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Healing From Within

Most people look for cures or healing by using pills or surgery, yet the body does not respond.  Some people decide not to risk anything and continue to endure pain and suffering.  There is hope for you--healing comes from within!  Your body can heal itself!  How?

Who is Dr. Zen?

Zen Matsuda was born in the Twin Cities in Minnesota.  He earned his four-year Bachelor’s Degree in Biological Science from Northwestern College in St. Paul, Minnesota.  After graduation, he continued his study in the Doctorate of Chiropractic program at the Northwestern Health Science University in Bloomington, Minnesota.  During his course of study, he came across Gonstead Chiropractors that changed his ideas about Chiropractic.  Spending many hours of seminars, internships, and practice, he learned how to analyze the spine biomechanically and specific/precise correction of the spine.  In 2010, he opened Zen Chiropractic in Minnesota.

Dr. Zen Matsuda
Edina Chiropractor | Zen Chiropractic | 952-500-8733

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  • "“Dr. Zen’s passion for healing is wonderful. It made me feel that I wanted to be healed. Without Dr. Zen’s help, I didn’t think the performance of opera wouldn’t have been a great success. It feels like I finally found a doctor that can help my neck. Even if it takes a long time I would like his help to heal my neck.”"
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