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Purpose

To intervene on God’s behalf to change lives for the better.
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Mission

To create a path to health capable of being followed.
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Vision

To see entire families achieving full genetic potential to live out their God-ordained purpose.
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Values

Integrity, Respect, Courage, Honor, Compassion, Honesty, Duty.

Meet Dr. Jake Schmitz

Dr. Jake played a lot of sports when he was younger. He experienced several injuries from his passion for the game. He sought the help of a chiropractor to help his recovery.

“When I got adjusted, I could stay in the game longer, heal faster from injuries and perform better.” He initially decided to become a chiropractor to help others with sports injuries.

Dr. Jake attended chiropractic college at Northwestern Health Sciences University. It was there that he found out how much more chiropractic could do. It is much more than help for pain.

When he started his chiropractic education, Dr. Jake was on six or seven different medications and living an unhealthy life without even realizing it. He started receiving regular chiropractic care and was off his medications nearly overnight. His body started healing again and he’s never taken any medication since.

Practicing what he preaches includes a healthy lifestyle of eating right and receiving regular chiropractic adjustments. Freedom Chiropractic Health Center is an active part of the Fargo community. We participate in regular fundraisers for local organizations such as the YWCA and Toys for Tots. We welcome the opportunity to show you all that your body is capable of with the help of chiropractic care.


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Meet Dr. Jake Schmitz

Dr. Jake played a lot of sports when he was younger. He experienced several injuries from his passion for the game. He sought the help of a chiropractor to help his recovery.

“When I got adjusted, I could stay in the game longer, heal faster from injuries and perform better.” He initially decided to become a chiropractor to help others with sports injuries.

Dr. Jake attended chiropractic college at Northwestern Health Sciences University. It was there that he found out how much more chiropractic could do. It is much more than help for pain.

When he started his chiropractic education, Dr. Jake was on six or seven different medications and living an unhealthy life without even realizing it. He started receiving regular chiropractic care and was off his medications nearly overnight. His body started healing again and he’s never taken any medication since.

Practicing what he preaches includes a healthy lifestyle of eating right and receiving regular chiropractic adjustments. Freedom Chiropractic Health Center is an active part of the Fargo community. We participate in regular fundraisers for local organizations such as the YWCA and Toys for Tots. We welcome the opportunity to show you all that your body is capable of with the help of chiropractic care.


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Grand Forks, ND 58201

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Fargo, ND 58103

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