Thursday, October 27, 2016


Joe Berenyi,  a highly decorated U. S. Paralympian, won a silver medal in cycling (3000m individual pursuit) at the 2016 Paralympics in Rio.

Joe's story is a remarkable one.  Back in the early 90s, he found success in a handful of amateur cycling races, but, in 1994, he put his bike away when a construction accident cost him his right arm and left kneecap.  Nearly 13 years later, Joe decided to join some of his neighbors for a ride and his love of cycling was reignited from there.  He only had 3 years of experience riding at the national level when he won 3 medals and set a world record at the 2012 Paralympics in London.  Since that time, Joe has participated in 4 World Championships, winning an additional 6 medals (4 gold, 2 silver),

Joe was named the USOC's men's Paralympic Athlete of the Year in 2015, and was nominated for an ESPY in '15 in the Best Male Athlete with a Disability category.

Lindstrom Chiropractic is proud to call Joe Berenyi a client.  He's an inspirational guy!

Tuesday, August 16, 2016


Sports medicine is an important and growing segment of our overall business.
We regularly provide soft tissue therapy to athletes ranging
from recreational runners all the way up to a gold
medal winning Paralympian.

One of the most dedicated athletes we are privileged to treat is Amanda Nobles.  Amanda is a health and physical education teacher at Cowherd Middle School in Aurora and a competitive figure bodybuilder.

Amanda was recently featured on the front cover of Suburban Life FIT Magazine, a publication dedicated to motivating and inspiring by sharing stories about local athletes who are pushing athletic boundaries.  Amanda's story of finding balance through bodybuilding while making a
difference in the lives of local kids is inspiring.

Way to go, Amanda!

Amanda Nobles, Competitive Figure Boldybuilder
Photo from Suburban Life Fit Magazine
Cover of Spring 2016
Yvonne Benson, "Noble Causes," Surburban Life Fit, Spring 2016

Monday, April 25, 2016


Andy Wood, international sales director for Litecure LLC, recently interviewed Tim Macre, trainer for the NHLs'  Buffalo Sabres.

Macre is the first NHL trainer to use Litecure Class IV laser in the locker room.  Wood asked him how Litecure has helped him in the training room, and whether he would recommend it for other teams and/or sports.

Macre: The Litecure has been great this past season.  The effectiveness of this laser in reducing pain levels of foot and ankle contusions, AC join sprains and wrist sprains surprised even me.  The deep penetration of this unit even allowed for use on hip flexor and groin strains with excellend results.  Many of my players have identified the Litecure as a modality that truly helps them feel better and ask for it by name.

If you suffer from joint or muscle pain, Lindstrom Chiropractic invites you to learn how Litecure laser therapy can help you feel better,  just like hockey stars from the Buffalo Sabres.