Dr. Zimmerman’s career has taken him from Iowa and Colorado to Fargo, ND, where he enjoys the Midwestern culture and kind of people he grew up with. He currently lives in Fargo with his wife and three children and enjoys sports, learning, cooking and outdoor activities- primarily walleye fishing.
He has worked with dozens of doctors from throughout the U.S. and consults regularly on cases from all over the state. He practices with a patient-centered approach and includes post-graduate training in neurology, functional movement, soft tissue techniques, rehabilitation, non-surgical spinal decompression and nutrition. He stresses a cause-based approach and specializes in finding effective, non-invasive methods of treating chronic pain conditions in most areas, including the low back, neck, hips, knees and shoulders.
“We have turned into a ‘hands-off’ care culture that is ineffective and costly. You can only really help by understanding what changed…and helping to change it back. When we do this, it works quickly and people get results.”
His post-graduate training includes sports injury and performance, neurology, orthopedics and rehabilitation of acute and chronic conditions. He has worked with a wide variety of athletes that include semi-professional football, baseball, gymnastics, wrestling, professional tennis and top-level runners.