Hall Family Chiropractic reconstructs


Photo by Madison Engstrum

Engstrum Hall Family Chiropractic decided that with all the construction on Highway 36, it was the perfect time to remodel. “It’ll be a brand new facility...We plan on having a state-of-the-art healing center,” said Dan Hall.

Katie Wilmes

It seems that nearly everyone has been impacted by the seemingly endless construction taking place on Highway 36, and mostly negatively. In spite of this, there is one local business that is using the timing of the construction to coincide with their own remodeling.

Hall Family Chiropractic, located in Oak Park Heights, had been planning on reconstructing their practice for a while. When considering his options, owner Dan Hall decided that it would be best to tear down the entirety of the previous building and start from scratch.

The new center is set to reopen sometime in October of 2014, and there will be many new changes that patients can expect to see. Until then, they are still open at a temporary location in the Valley Ridge Mall.

“It’ll be a brand new facility…We plan on having a state-of-the-art healing center,” said Dan Hall in an interview with the Stillwater Gazette.

Initially, it would seem strange to have construction and relocation coincide with the ongoing road construction, but for the Halls, it actually coincides nicely.

“I think it’s really important that Stillwater has a great place to go as far as chiropractic assistance concerned.”

— Jackson Thiets

“One of the reasons we’re doing this project now is because MnDOT is going to change and fix the road there,” Hall told the Stillwater Gazette. “We figured this was a good opportunity to do what we need to do,” he explained.

SAHS students and other community members alike are equally as excited as the owners about the renovations that will be made. Although the exact plans for what will be implemented in the new center are tentative, there is a possibility of a yoga studio being added, as well.

“I think it’s really important that Stillwater has a great place to go as far as chiropractic assistance concerned,” said junior Jackson Thiets. “I’ve gone to chiropractic centers before, and I think that the new and improved location and facilities will be a huge plus for everyone who needs chiropractic services here in Stillwater.”

One of the many great things about the renovation is that although the building will be the same, all of the same quality service and personable staff will stay constant throughout the refurbishment.

Dr. Danial Hall and Dr. Lois Hall, along with the rest of their staff, are committed to providing excellent service to all of their patients, while maintaining a cohesive and healthy atmosphere for all who walk through their doors.

According to their website, Hall Family Chiropractic “strives for excellence through superior patient treatment, education and satisfaction,” and with their new and improved building, they are sure to please patients old and new even more than they already have.