Dr. Aaron Stauber
, is the developer and creator of The Stauber Procedure. He is a board certified licensed Doctor of Chiropractic, with extensive training in Upper Cervical Methods, spinal mechanics and spinal rehabilitation. He’s a 2002 graduate from the world’s premier and founding school for chiropractic, Palmer College of Chiropractic, in Davenport, Iowa. His work in health care has spanned from Europe to South America, Canada and the U.S. His unique method has helped thousands get out of pain and stay out of pain. The Stauber Procedure
, is the product of years of research and development for pain relief and spinal restoration and the need to transform the health industry’s ability to provide quality, trans formative care. He works on professional athletes that have sought his help and everyday people that want to feel better,get out of pain, and improve the quality of their lives.
He was a member of the 1997 University of Minnesota
men’s basketball team, the only team in the school’s rich history to reach the prestigious FINAL FOUR
. He is the proud father of Jacob and Liam and husband to Dr. Karen Palkovits-Stauber.
Dr. Karen Palkovits-Stauber enjoys joining patients on their path to better health. Whether you are seeking pain relief, help with a colicky child or tweaking your already great health, she can help you on your way!
Dr. Palkovits-Stauber discovered chiropractic during her first year of university. She was experiencing upper back pain and headaches and found relief with the help of Activator adjustments. After just a short time under chiropractic care she found other symptoms were
unexpectedly improving as well. Her knee pain and winters of bronchitis had also improved with consistent chiropractic care. She began sharing her news with friends and large family so that they, too, could experience the benefits of chiropractic.
After graduating from the University of Toronto, Dr. Palkovits attended the prestigious Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa where she met her husband, Dr. Aaron Stauber. They participated in the Clinic Abroad Program in Montana, where they, along with other clinic students and faculty, brought chiropractic services to the Blackfeet people, helping those who would not otherwise have the access to care that we so fortunately do. During their last trimester at Palmer they participated in the Preceptorship Program, completing their clinical studies in Spain. She’s looks forward to helping you.