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801 Twelve Oaks Center Dr., Suite 810

Wayzata, MN 55391 USA


Our Team

  • David Freidson, DC, CSCS, A.R.T. & Graston Cert., B.S. Kines., CKTP

    Doctor of Chiropractic

    Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist

    Active Release Technique Certified

    Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology

    Certified Kinesiotaping Practitioner

    Graston Technique Certified

    For Dr. Freidson's curriculum vitae click here.

    Dr. Freidson began his education at the University of Wisconsin Madison, obtaining a B.S. in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Exercise Science in 2002. In 2005 Dr. Freidson obtained his Doctorate of Chiropractic from Northwestern Health Sciences University. (Click here to see the similarities and differences between the education of doctors of chiropractic and medical doctors).

    Dr. Freidson worked as a personal trainer while finishing his bachelor's degree and while in chiropractic school. He obtained the highest level of personal training which is the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist from the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Although Dr. Freidson no longer does personal training, he uses his knowledge on exercise to customize rehabilitation programs for his patients, and he will also develop exercise routines to help people work around their areas of pain.

    Dr. Freidson experienced benefits of muscle work since high-school, such as improved athletic performance and pain reduction. Because of this he knew that he wanted to not only be an expert of the skeletal system, but also of the muscular system. So, he became certified in Active Release Technique (ART), immediately after he finished Chiropractic School. He chose ART because it is the gold standard soft tissue technique.

    Soon after becoming becoming a licensed physician, Dr. Freidson realized that people would leave his office feeling great, only to undo the benefits at work. That is why he started learning about ergonomics and occupational health. Dr. Freidson recently completed the course work necessary to become one of 100 chiropractors in the country with a diplomate in occupational health. Dr. Freidson is the company chiropractic physician for Tempur Sealy, PepsiCO and Plastics and Molding.

    Dr. Freidson has also been granted Associate Clinical Faculty status for Northwestern Health Sciences University and provides internships to students looking to complete their education in a successful clinical setting. To date, he has personally mentored five students as they have successfully made their way to doctor status.

    In Dr. Freidson's free time, he likes to spend time with his wife and their two children. He practices what he preaches and exercises most days of the week. He enjoys movies and reading (mainly journals and text books relating to his profession), as well as spending time with family and friends.

  • Jenny Kingsbury

    Operations Director / Rehabilitation Specialist

    Jenny graduated from Concordia College in Moorhead, MN where she received her Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science.

    Always knowing that she wanted to work in the healthcare field she first started working at Synergy Health in March of 2013; moving to St. Thomas, USVI in April of 2014. While in St. Thomas Jenny worked at an orthopedic clinic and gained more knowledge about the rehabilitation of the shoulders, hips, and knees. Jenny started working at Synergy Health again in May of 2015.

    In her role as Rehabilitation Specialist Jenny teaches therapeutic stretches and different strengthening techniques. With what she has learned from her education at Concordia and from Dr. Freidson, she is confident she can help the patients at Synergy Health reach their wellness goals.

    Outside of the office, Jenny enjoys spending time with her boyfriend and their 3 dogs, working out, and spending time with her family and friends.

  • Brittany Johnson

    Brittany went to Minnesota School of Business and graduated with her Massage Therapy Diploma in 2010. She has previously worked in two chiropractic offices and after having her daughter has decided to join the awesome team at Synergy Health. She has really noticed what a difference in how she has been feeling since receiving care from Dr. Freidson and doing stretches and strengthening exercises. Now she is able to take care of and enjoy all the moments with her daughter.

    In her free time she enjoys listening to music, catching up with friends and learning new ways for her family to live healthy, happy lives. She loves being a Massage Therapist because she gets to help people heal and relax.

  • Scott Johnson

    Massage Therapist / Rehabilitation Specialist

    Massage Therapy and Chiropractic Care have played an important role in Scott’s life since High School, when he sought treatment for chronic pain from years of playing football. Scott decided that due to his interest in Alternative Medicine, Physical Fitness, and Musculoskeletal Anatomy, Massage Therapy was the right path for him.

    In 2012, he began his training at Centerpoint Massage and Shiatsu Therapy School and Clinic in St. Louis Park. During his time there, he had over 900 hours of training, including 60+ hours of hands-on work in a functioning student clinic. He also had the opportunity to share his skills with the community, from performing chair massage at corporate events, to treating the finalists of the 2013 Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon at the finish line massage tent. He received his Diploma in 2013, and is currently studying to become NCBTMB Board Certified.

    In his free time he likes to cook, enjoys seeing local bands, and work out. He lives in Northeast Mpls with his wife and their cat.

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Staff is always friendly. Dr Dave always asks (and listens!) how I am doing and adjusts my treatment as needed. He is great about letting me know what I can expect from treatments and has referred me to a sleep center and a neurologist for symptoms he felt could be better addressed by them. Best of all, he was right. The combination treatments have me feeling better than I have in years."
    Lisa M.

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