Dr. Travis Roedocker
Dr. Travis Roedocker was born and raised in Burlington, ND. He graduated from Des Lacs-Burlington High School in 1996. He performed his undergraduate studies at the University of Jamestown, double majoring in Chemistry and Biology. He also played football and baseball for the Jimmies. Dr. Roedocker graduated with honors (cum laude) in 2002 from Northwestern Health and Sciences University in Bloomington, Minnesota. Dr. Roedocker utilizes Diversified, Gonstead, and Activator techniques. He also utilizes modalities such as electrical muscle stimulation, intersegmental traction, manual therapy, and therapeutic exercise. Dr. Roedocker is also a certified chiropractic insurance consultant (CCIC), working primarily with WSI of North Dakota.
Dr. Roedocker and his wife, Tara, were married in 2002, and gave birth to fraternal twins in 2008. Brooklynn and Ashton keep Dad and Mom busy! Dr. Roedocker is an avid Los Angeles Rams and St. Louis Cardinals fan. He enjoys traveling, camping, boating, and watching his kids play sports.
Dr. Brenden Howe
Dr. Brenden Howe was born and raised in Minot, ND. He graduated from Minot High School and attended Minot State University where he completed his undergraduate studies. He attended Palmer College of Chiropractic and graduated in the spring of 2003. He was in private practice from 2003 through 2009 before joining the staff at Chiropractic Arts Clinic. Dr. Howe treats patients of all ages from infants to the elderly. He accepts most major insurances as well as treating patients with work injuries and injuries from other types of accidents.
Dr. Howe typically uses a hands-on approach with several different techniques including Diversified, Gonstead, and Thompson drop technique. Further he implements alternative style treatments with other less physical techniques including Activator and Flexion Distraction. He complements patient care with stimulation, manual therapy, and therapeutic exercises.
In his free time, Dr. Howe enjoys his passion for nearly anything that burns fuel including racing, motorcycling, snowmobiling, flying, spending time on the water in his jet boat, and working on collector cars and their restorations.
Dr. Chris Falcon
Dr. Chris Falcon grew up in Minot, ND and attended the University of North Dakota and Minot State University for his pre-chiropractic studies. He obtained his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree at Northwestern Health Sciences University in Minneapolis, MN. After sitting for the National Board exams Dr. Falcon moved back to Minot where he practiced in private solo practice for 10 years before joining Chiropractic Arts Clinic in April 2014. He is proud to be living and working in the same community in which he grew up and where his children go to school. He is a preferred provider for most health insurance plans including Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Healthcare, Medicare/Medicaid, Personal Injury (PIP auto claims) and Worker's Compensation (on-the-job injuries) among others.
Dr. Falcon utilizes the Diversified Chiropractic Technique meaning he can manually adjust the spine extremities or use instrument /soft tissue adjusting for a more gentle approach. Dr.Falcon also utilizes ultrasound and electrical stimulation therapies in his practice.
Dr. Falcon and his wife, BettyGene, have two daughters. Along with spending time with his family Dr. Falcon enjoys coaching basketball and fast pitch softball, playing softball, basketball and golfing. Dr. Falcon is an avid fan of the Atlanta Braves, the Los Angeles Lakers, and the Denver Broncos.
Dr. MacKenzie Jones
Dr. MacKenzie Jones was born and raised in Minot, ND. She attended Minot State University for her undergraduate studies, where she majored in Chemistry. Dr. Jones graduated from Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, MN in 2014. She is in her sixth year of practice. Prior to joining Chiropractic Arts Clinic in March 2020, she was in her own private practice. She treats patients of all ages, using mainly Diversified and Activator techniques. She is also certified in Acupuncture and Graston therapies. She is currently in training to become certified in Applied Kinesiology technique. She also utilizes modalities such as electrical muscle stimulation, ultrasounds, and laser therapy.
Dr. Jones married her husband, Eric, in 2013 and together they have a daughter, Archer, and a son, named Orin. With two kids and 4 older siblings, Dr. Jones stays quite busy outside of work. She enjoys spending time with her big family and playing board games. She states the "The satisfaction of helping people feel good without invasive surgeries or pharmaceuticals is more in could imagine."