Dr. Marvin Eberts is a Chiropractor practicing in Dickinson, ND. Dr. Eberts specializes in preventing, diagnosing, and treating conditions associated with the neuromusculoskeletal system, while improving each patients functionality and quality of life. Conditions treated include sciatica, neck pain, and arthritis pain, among many others. Dr. Eberts seeks to reduce pain and discomfort through manipulation and adjustment of the spine. He specialized in rehabilitation and exercises as well, and is a Certified Holistic Therapist with Amino Neuro-Frequency therapy. He is a Rotarian and served as a Director for one year. He loves supporting his community and lecturing or helping businesses with simple ergonomic recommendations.
Education and Training
University of North Dakota Undergraduate 2006
NorthWestern Health Sciences University Human Biology & Doctorate of Chiropractic 2009
Dr. Marvin Myron Eberts D.C's Expert Contributions
Managing your condition naturally will be very helpful with the frequency and intensity of your flares. Chiropractors will do a assessment and determine if treatment using manipulation is helpful, but most chiropractors are familiar with nutritional and diet recommendations that would help you as well. Getting an examination is the best way to know what options you have. READ MORE
I recommend getting an examination, because sudden swelling could be infection and that must be ruled out first before proceeding with an exercise routine. If the swelling is due to acute strain/sprain, then chiropractic is a good option to start managing your injury. READ MORE
Exercise is helpful, but diet restrictions are also important during a flare. Choose a provider that can help you both nutritionally and provide you a customized exercise routine that is specific to your physical ability. Unfortunately, there is no "one size fits all" routine to help your condition. READ MORE
Chiropractic is a very safe treatment option that is very low risk. The easiest way to demonstrate this is by the simple fact that chiropractors have some of the lowest malpractice rates compared to other disciplines. I personally and almost every chiropractor and extended family have their children and relatives adjusted on a regular basis. Specifically for your son, it will be important to find a chiropractor that specializes in rehabilitation as well, or coordinate treatment of chiropractic manipulation and physical or occupational therapy for best results. READ MORE
I do not prefer the term "slipped" because it is not anatomically accurate. It is better to discuss the restrictions within the rib articulation. If she is having instability and poor mobility, it would be very helpful to have an evaluation to determine what treatment interventions based on her medical history are appropriate. If there is diminished bone density, there are safe instrument assisted techniques that could help significantly. READ MORE
I recommend getting an evaluation by a chiropractor, because most providers are comfortable treating during pregnancy and there are some providers that even specialize in pregnancy and infant chiropractic. Hip pain is very common during pregnancy, and chiropractic manipulation in conjunction with stretching could be very beneficial to you. READ MORE
There are many conditions that can cause the discomfort you are describing. The best thing to do is get a good orthopedic, neurological, and physical examination to determine the origin. Chiropractors are very well trained in providing this type of exam and can assist in treating you directly or refer you to the appropriate specialist. READ MORE
X-ray is the first imaging modality to perform to diagnose bone deformity. If there is evidence that suggests underlying disc pathology contributing to your pain, an MRI may be necessary to rule out any stenosis or nerve entrapment. X-rays will show if there is scoliosis or congenital deformities. READ MORE
I would recommend getting evaluation for any "growing" abnormality, because it could be pathological. Orthopedic evaluation is the best starting point for your description and X-rays or other imaging modality may be necessary to fully diagnose your problem. READ MORE
Your description could be developmental, or postural. If there is a congenital or bone malformation that is causing the appearance, then it will not be corrected with exercise. If the deformity is postural or due to imbalance in your shoulder musculature, then it can be corrected, developed, or improved functionally. READ MORE
Your description suggests that she is experiencing a tremor. In her age group, this could mean Parkinson's Disease or there are many other conditions that cause this type of involuntary movement. I would recommend an evaluation by a neurologist to rule out any central nervous system origins. READ MORE
Charities and Philanthropic Endeavors
- Rotary Club
Professional Society Memberships
- Director of the North Dakota Rotary Club
What do you attribute your success to?
- Dedication, curiosity, always learning, challenges and making a difference.
Hobbies / Sports
- Family, Camping
Favorite professional publications
- All major chiropractic, holsitic therapy and acpuncture research
Dr. Marvin Myron Eberts D.C's Practice location
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