The Wilderness Team

The Team at Wilderness Wellness Chiropractic work together to offer the highest standards of service and care in our quest to impact our patient's life.

Our goal is to equip the Duluth community with better health strategies through completely natural, drug-free healthcare that allows the body to heal itself.

 

Come see for yourself and experience our dedication to helping you achieve your health goals.

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Meet The Team

Dr. Kyle Severson

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Dr. Kyle Severson grew up in a small town in the heart of Wisconsin. It was there that he first discovered his passion for a healthy lifestyle as an avid competitive distance runner and he soon discovered the endless preventive and performance benefits of chiropractic wellness care during the recovery of several injuries. 

 

After receiving his high honors Bachelor's degree in Exercise Science at the University of Minnesota- Twin Cities, Dr. Kyle then dedicated his education to learning about Chiropractic and natural healing. He graduated magna cum laude in his class at Northwestern Health Sciences University as a Doctor of Chiropractic in 2017, ready to spread the word of the true meaning of health. 

 

Dr. Kyle loves to work with a variety of people in the community including children, athletes, elderly, and expecting moms, and specializes in optimal performance, maintaining health, and chronic pain and health conditions. Understanding the frustrations of injuries and poor health, it is his mission to give hope to anyone who finds themselves at Wilderness Wellness Chiropractic.

  

When he is not in the office taking care of patients, he enjoys running, hiking, canoeing, and being outdoors. 

Chiropractor

Carli

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Carli joined the team at Wilderness Wellness Chiropractic in June of 2020. 

 

She was born and raised in Duluth, Minnesota and has called it home for most of her life. She has always had a passion for helping others and started her college career at Minnesota State University, Mankato pursuing Dietetics. Soon, she realized she wanted to expand her options for career opportunities in the healthcare industry and switched her focus to Community Health Promotion. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Wisconsin, Superior in 2014.  

 

Carli loves working with and caring for the members of the community which is why her position here as a Chiropractic Assistant is such a good fit. She truly loves what natural Chiropractic care does for the body which is why she gets adjusted every week herself. 

 

In her spare time, Carli loves to travel and spend as much time as she can outdoors hiking, skiing, and strolling the shores of beautiful Lake Superior.

Office Manager

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Makenna

Makenna joined the team at Wilderness Wellness Chiropractic in June of 2022. 

 

She was born and raised in Bemidji, Minnesota and soon moved to Duluth after graduating from Bemidji High School. Makenna always had an interest in the healthcare field and knew she wanted to pursue some sort of career in it. Four years later, she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology at The College of St. Scholastica in 2022. Towards the end of her senior year, Makenna developed a passion for natural medicine and well-being. Eager to make a career out of this, she decided to continue her education to obtain a masters degree in Nutrition and Human Performance in the near future.

 

Makenna looks forward to working as a Chiropractic Assistant at Wilderness Wellness on the daily; not only gaining knowledge in chiropractic wellness, but having the opportunity to help educate and optimize health within the community.

 

During her free time, you can find her spending time with friends and family, traveling, and trying to maximize her time spent on a wide range of outdoor activities including hiking, alpine skiing, hunting, and wake surfing.

Chiropractic Assistant

"The doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease."
                                                                                                                                                                 - Thomas Edison