Dr. P. Chris Bierbrauer opened his clinic in downtown Minneapolis with a belief in advanced personalized chiropractic care at an affordable price in contrast to the "mill-style" of many chiropractic clinics.  Dr. Chris avoids the prescription of "cookie-cutter" treatment plans that some doctors employ to all patients despite differences in their conditions.  

At Bierbrauer Chiropractic each and every patient is thoroughly evaluated, diagnosed and treated according to their specific condition.  If your problem is something that can be helped by chiropractic, Dr. Chris will discuss all treatment options with you, as well as duration of care, cost and the necessary stretches and/or exercises to keep you well.

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To serve the good people of the Twin Cities by...

  • Enhancing health, function and mobility through effective and affordable chiropractic care;

  • Speeding the recovery from symptoms and dysfunction through the combined use of soft-tissue techniques and joint manipulation;

  • Strengthening our patients' knowledge of health and wellness through straight-forward patient education.


Dr. Chris Bierbrauer, Licensed Chiropractor  View my Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Chris Bierbrauer, Licensed Chiropractor
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 Dr. Chris Bierbrauer uses both hands-on and low-force instrument adjusting, and the application of either style of chiropractic technique is entirely based on patient preference.  In addition to traditional Chiropractic adjusting techniques, he is certified in and known for two popular and extremely effective soft-tissue techniques: Active Release Techniques (ART) & Graston Technique.  These soft-tissue techniques increase the effectiveness of treatment, and therefore, the speed of recovery and resolution of symptoms.

Dr. Bierbrauer graduated magna cum laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1995 and moved his practice to the Twin Cities in 2008.  He has been treating new-born infants, children and adolescents, adults and elderly, entire families, actors, dancers and both amateur and professional athletes ever since.

Dr. Chris lives in South Minneapolis with is wife, Missy, their twin daughters, Nola and Cassidy, and their dog Gracie.  In his spare time, he enjoys sports and the arts.  He has run several marathons and half marathons and even completed a sprint triathlon without drowning.

Haley Jensen

Haley Jensen

HALEY JENSEN                                                                                                       

Haley Jensen has been a smiling face at the front desk of Bierbrauer Chiropractic since graduating from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign with a BFA in dance in 2015.  While at UIUC, Haley had the pleasure of accompanying professor/choreographer LInda Lehovec to Santiago, Chile, to perform her works.  After graduation, Haley became a member of Eclectic Edge Ensemble, the premier professional jazz dance company in the Twin Cities.  Haley is grateful for the opportunity to work with such a caring and progressive chiropractor as Dr. Bierbrauer.

Haley grew up in Burnsville, MN., and currently resides in Lowertown St. Paul.  When she is not dancing or behind the front desk, you can find Haley spending time with her family and dogs, and enjoying all of the art that the Twin Cities has to offer.







Maria Klein

Maria Klein


First a patient of Bierbrauer Chiropractic, Maria Klein joined the staff in September of 2015 following a 21-year career at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum as director/graphic designer, art gallery manager, adult education program manager.  Maria has worked in the Twin Cities as a communications professional and volunteer for three decades, currently serving as president of her condo association board of directors.  She has a BA in psychology and speaks pretty good French, rusty Italian and beginning Spanish.

A grandmother of six, Maria has a lifelong interest in health, horticulture, the arts and environmental stewardship.  She lives in Hopkins with Fred, her husband of 44 years and when at home, you might find her gardening, stitching, reading, taking a walk or playing with her grandchildren.