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McGraw Chiropractic Clinic P.A. located in the heart  of Shakopee, next to the( Public Library), the leading professionals are committed to helping you feel better and stay better. They will use all their resources to help you get better as  fast as possible. Dr. McGraw is committed to bringing you better health and better way of life by eating, exercising and getting the right amount of sleep and practicing the true principles of chiropractic wellness care. You can sign up on this website to receive a free monthly newsletter with many ways to get and stay healthy!

Dr. McGraw is certified in physical rehabilitation from Northwestern Health Science University. By utilizing appropriate exercises you can relieve your pain faster and more completely. 

We can treat virtually all conditions of the back and neck including: acute and chronic sprains/strains, soft tissue restrictions/scar tissue, postural dysfunctions, disc herniations, disc degeneration, fibromyalgia, arthritis, spondylolisthesis,whiplash, and pre and post surgical patients. 

Dr. McGraw is certified in acupuncture. He has treated various conditions successfully, back pain, whiplash, migraines, tennis elbow, arthritis, of knees, runner's knee, ankle sprains, plantar fasciitis,(foot pain), carpal tunnel(wrist/hand pain), fibromyalgia, back pain associated with pregnancy and many others.

Dr. McGraw is thoroughly trained and nationally board certified and licensed by the state of Minnesota to perform physical examinations. He is authorized to perform Minnesota state High school league sports physicals. He has also had advanced training in spine trauma, particularly in motor vehicle crashes.

Free consultations, most patients can be seen same day. Walk ins welcome. Fast Relief in shortest time possible.  Call 952 445 6384 today  We have  digital x rays for diagnosing arthritis, degenerative disc disease, fractures, spinal subluxations (misalignments) and  scoliosis.  


  • "All I can say is WOW! Stick to it and you are going to feel 150% better. Great job you guys! J"


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