Dr. Ted Pagel is a Minnesota born Doctor who grew up in South Minneapolis. He attended high school at the Academy of Holy Angels (AHA) where future football hall of famer Larry “Legend” Fitzgerald also attended. Dr. Pagel during his youth played a multitude of sports with the focus of being a tri-athlete once arriving at AHA. Playing football, basketball and baseball during his high school career. At this time like most athletes he had various athletic injuries from the sports he played during his 4 years of high school. While also sustaining a whiplash injury from an automobile accident due to the icy winters in Minnesota.
Because of these injuries he was for the first time recommended and introduced to Chiropractic. With the help of Chiropractic treatment he was able to get back to the playing fields, classroom and with the ability to return to his day to day activities, being pain free. Nonetheless, after seeing and living with injuries, he wanted to be able to give back to his community and decided to pursue Chiropractic. Dr. Pagel attended and received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Northwestern Health Science University along with his Bachelor degree in Human Biology in 2018. After graduating he joined the Accident Care team in the Pacific Northwest. Always knowing that he would end up back in Minnesota he decided to bring the experience, knowledge and skill set he learned back to Minnesota. Knowing that the snow and icy winters would always have an impact on the health of his fellow Minnesnowtans.
Dr. Pagel takes a modern multi dynamic approach to neuromusculoskeletal injuries caused by automobile accidents. Using the most advanced and up to date equipment, treatments plans, procedure, and diagnostic tools to help treat each person involved in automobile accidents. With years of experience and clinical expertise in treating cases of acute trauma, chronic injuries, whiplash, disco genic injuries and concussions from automobile accidents. Dr. Pagel has worked towards providing excellence care from the time the patient walks into the clinic and start care, to connecting with each and every patient’s individual needs. Having in mind that the treatment is just one phase of multiple phases that each patient experiences. He not only intends to help the patients with their injuries but also educate the patient on what they’re going through and why these treatments are necessary. Such that they can leave not only fully recovered but with a better understanding and a sense of something learned from their experience.