Dr. Kyle Trontvet
Co-Founder | Chiropractor
Dr. Kyle grew up in Thief River Falls, MN. From a young age, he had a deep desire to serve and help others, which led him to the University of North Dakota, where he pursued a degree as a Registered Nurse. While working as a nurse, his wife Rachel began to experience life-changing results from chiropractic care. Dr. Kyle then realized that true health comes from the inside out, not from over the counter medications and prescription drugs which only put a bandaid on the problem. The significance of Rachel's story triggered a response by Dr. Kyle. He made it his life's mission to pursue chiropractic, so that he could facilitate this kind of life-changing story in hundreds of individuals and families in his own community. The human body is the greatest healing organism every created; no man has yet to make or duplicate a human cell! This is exactly what drove Dr. Kyle to become a Doctor of Chiropractic. He says “The human body is amazing! Now, as a chiropractor, I devote my career to witnessing life-changing healing and restoration throughout my community, seeing people live healthy, happy, and drug-free lives, through specific and scientific chiropractic care!"
- Logan University, Magna Cum Laude, Doctorate of Chiropractic
- University of North Dakota, Bachelor of Science, Nursing (Registered Nurse)
Awards | Certifications | Memberships:
- Certified Advanced Proficiency in Torque Release Technique®
- Fellow of the Holder Research Institute (FHRI) in Torque Release Technique®
- Webster Technique Certification: Enabling him to provide the safest and most effective chiropractic care to pregnant women throughout their pregnancy
- Member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA)
- Member of the International Chiropractic Association (ICA)
- Award of Excellence from the Chiropractic Science Division, Logan University: In recognition of outstanding and unselfish contribution of time, energy, and enthusiasm to fellow students in attainment of the art, science, and philosophy of chiropractic
Co-Founder | Office Manager
Rachel grew up in Thompson, ND and met Dr. Kyle while attending the University of North Dakota. Rachel struggled with significant health concerns through high school and college which included severe, chronic headaches, neck and back pain, digestive issues, menstrual irregularity and allergies. She was already taking two prescription medications daily by the time she graduated college and had been told by her OBGYN that it would be extremely difficult for her to get pregnant due to her menstrual irregularities. At the suggestion of Rachel's cousin, she went to a chiropractor to get relief from her chronic headaches. Little did she know, chiropractic was going to completely change her life. Since being under chiropractic care, Rachel no longer suffers from chronic headaches, back pain, neck pain, allergies, or digestive issues, she is medication-free, and she birthed three beautiful children (without the use of fertility medications)!!! Rachel is passionate about educating the community on the incredible health benefits of neurologically-based chiropractic care. "I am excited to work alongside my husband Dr. Kyle, serving our community and seeing people's health restored!"
- University of North Dakota, Bachelor of Science, Social Work
Restore Team Member
Jenny Huynh is a student at Metropolitan State University, studying Human Resource Management. She will be graduating in the fall semester of 2018! She was born in Vietnam, and moved to Minnesota when she was 4 years old. Since then, she has resided in Brooklyn Park, MN. She spent most of her high school career doing volunteer work and giving back to the community. When she started college, she continued her passion in helping others. In her second year of college she welcomed her son, Aizen, who is now 2 and a half years old. Now as a busy mom of a talking two-year-old, a full time student, and an amazing team member here at Restore Chiropractic, she continues to find opportunities to give back to community.
Growing up Jenny has always taken extra caution in her lifestyle choices to prevent developing diabetes which was very common in her family health history. She experiences knee pains frequently, which prohibited her from attending school or getting out of bed at times. She was told at the age of 18 that she would need to wear a knee brace for the rest of her life to help with her pain and walking. Refusing that as her solution and fate, but not knowing who to turn at the time, she dealt with her pain over the years. Jenny experienced many health complications while she was pregnant. Half way through her pregnancy, she encountered a head on auto collision. This incident has caused her health conditions to worsen. Her lower back and neck pain prohibited her from spending time with her family, feed her son, or even getting work done at the desk. We are so blessed to have met her! She has brought much joy into our practice. It’s a blessing to see her find answers to her health concerns through principled chiropractic care, and join her on the incredible journey of healing!
- Metropolitan State University, studying Human Resource Management
Restore Team Member
Ethan Hadd Larson was born and raised in Austin, MN with his parents and sister. He spent the last four years receiving an education at the University of Colorado where he played hockey and snowboarded whenever he could. He graduated in May with a degree in Integrative Physiology and he aims to continue his education and become a Doctor of Physical Therapy. Ethan spends most of his time cooking, working out, playing video games, hanging out with friends and watching sports. He is looking forward to helping the Maple Grove community become healthier through principled, neurologically-based chiropractic care.
Throughout his life Ethan has been blessed with very good health and minimal symptoms. However, upon initial evaluation he realized his scoliosis diagnosed as a kid had not fully healed. Through neurologically-based chiropractic care, his spine has become much more in alignment and he has reported sleeping better at night.
- University of Colorado, Bachelor of Integrative Physiology
Junior Team Members
Loves Hatchimals, Calico Critters & Shredding paper at the office
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Loves Rescue Bots, Eating LOTS OF FOOD & Getting into trouble at the office