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Welcome to Advanced Health
Your Chiropractic and Nutrition Headquarters


Chiropractic

Advanced Health in Rhinelander is dedicated to offering patients the finest Chiropractic Care in the Northwoods of Wisconsin. We use state-of-the-art equipment and technology to provide our patients with the highest quality of diagnostic assessments and treatments and our Doctors are always keeping up with new cutting-edge techniques to better serve you. We take the time with each patient to go over their full medical history, and perform a thorough evaluation. In cases where imaging is needed, digital x-rays will be taken on site, no need to leave our office! Before considering invasive alternatives, look to Advanced Health for a more gentle and natural treatment.

Dr. Jerod Bergman, Dr. Ida Bergman and Dr. Brian Hansen hold doctorate degrees in Chiropractic Medicine.

Designed Clinical Nutrition

Advanced Health’s Designed Clinical Nutrition is a non-invasive system of analyzing the body in order to determine the underlying causes of ill health. When these are corrected through safe, natural, nutritional means, the body can repair itself in order to attain and maintain more optimum health. Our Autonomic and Applied Kinesiology testing is very precise and scientific. However, if we were to analyze you using this specific reflexive testing before it was explained to you, you might find it strange, or simply not believable – only because it is probably very different from anything you have used or experienced.

If you want restored health and longevity for yourself and your patients, it is important that you understand what Autonomic Nutritional Testing (also known as Nutrition Response Testing) is and what our recommendations are based on. Otherwise, you are less likely to comply with your very specific Designed Clinical Nutrition program.In medical practice there are two key parts: the diagnosis (identifying and/or naming the “disease” or syndrome) and the treatment (drugs, surgery, etc.). In Nutrition Response Testing we do not diagnose or treat disease—but we also have two parts: the analysis (the assessment of your body’s current health status) and the personalized health improvement program (using Designed Clinical Nutrition).

Your key to true health and wellness is available to you in Rhinelander, Wisconsin with Designed Clinical Nutrition.

Thermography

Current research has determined that the key to breast cancer survival rests upon its earliest possible detection. If discovered in its earliest stages, 95% cure rates are possible. Our center is dedicated to providing one of the most important adjunctive breast imaging procedures available.

Thermography may also be used for full body imaging. Our center provides full body thermography for the detection of thermal markers that may alert your doctor or natural health practitioner to a current or future problem.

Proudly serving the Northwoods of Wisconsin since 2003
Advanced Health Natural Health Improvement Center

401 S. Pelham Street, Rhinelander, WI 54501
Phone: 715-362-2300
www.AdvancedHealthNHIC.com
Email: [email protected]

Treating patients from: Rhinelander, Tomahawk, Minocqua, Eagle River, Three Lakes, Sugar Camp, Lake Tomahawk, Hazelhurst, St. Germain, Gleason, Pelican Lake, Antigo, Crandon, Elcho, Summit Lake, Sayner, Lac du Flambeau, Monico and Merrill


Meet the Doctors

Learn Who We Are

  • DR.
    BRIAN HANSEN

    Dr. Hansen is originally from Washington Island, a small community in Door County, WI. His father worked as an insurance agent and his mother was a second grade school teacher. He chose to become a chiropractor after suffering a spinal injury riding on a “chicken bus” while he was a Peace Corps volunteer in Guatemala. After returning to the U.S., Dr. Hansen visited an excellent chiropractor and received his very first adjustment.

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  • DR.
    IDA ALLEN-BERGMAN

    Today our society is more nutritionally deficient than ever. People are lead to believe that what they are consuming will not have an effect on their health, yet nutrition related degenerative diseases continue to plague our society. In order to heal the body from afflictions of improper nutrition, one must understand the importance of an individualized nutritional program. Just as each individual is unique, each individual's healing cycle is also unique.

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  • DR.
    JEROD BERGMAN

    General adaptations are taking place in our society every day. The human body adapts to stress whether it is physical, chemical, or mental. How our bodies handle these stressors is what is concerning. What triggers adaptations such as heart disease, diabetes, syndrome X, etc.? What makes one athlete perform better than another? Why do some people get cancer and others with similar backgrounds do not? Over the years I have only found one true answer to all of the above questions and it is derived from an individual's level of nutrition.

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Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Amazing. After two weeks on the program I noticed sleep every night and fell asleep right away. Pain started leaving my body fairly quickly. I have way more energy; even if I don’t get a full night sleep I still have energy for the day. My thought process has improved so much! I can think and not forget things I’m told. I eat better therefore I don’t have any stomach issues. I’m so thankful and grateful to Ashley for her help, knowledge, and concern for each individual. Praise God for knowledge!!"

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Primary Office

Monday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed