Dr. Bridget Conway
Dr. Bridget Conway grew up in Wagner, SD, on her parents’ farm. She attended South Dakota State University in Brookings, SD, and received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. She later attended Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, MN, where she earned her Doctorate in Chiropractic and also became a board certified acupuncturist.
Dr. Bridget held internships working alongside certified chiropractic sports physicians and learned a multitude of techniques including extremity adjusting, instrument assisted soft tissue manipulation, kinesiology taping, and active release and relaxation myofascial stretching.
Prior to joining the team at Cannon Pointe Chiropractic, Dr. Bridget spent multiple years working at a primarily craniopathic chiropractic clinic, where she learned and performed a technique which allows her to assist in the adjusting of the bones of the skull to directly take pressure off of the brain and dural systems. With this technique, she has had experience in alleviating many patients’ symptoms from headaches, migraines, visual light sensitivities often associated with headaches, concussions, sinus issues, fibromyalgia, tinitus (ringing in the ears), balance issues, vertigo, emotional issues, attention deficit disorders, hyperactivity disorders, Tourette-like tic disorders, and more.
Cranial issues/malpositions often begin from birth (a babies skull contorting through the birth canal or from force through incisions during Cesarean delivery) or from injury and can often manifest symptoms many years after the initial malposition occurs. She also practices a chiropractic reflex technique and acupuncture to alleviate many abdominal and digestive issues as well as allergy symptoms. She often uses applied kinesiology and muscle testing for diagnostic and treatment protocols.
Being an athlete and working on her parents’ farm, Dr. Bridget always knew the importance of chiropractic care and how it allowed her to continue doing what she loved. From an early age, she wanted to become a chiropractor. The career was especially intriguing because it allowed her to work with athletes to enhance their performance and heal injuries.
Dr. Bridget is involved in multiple volunteer organizations in Northfield, and you will often see the pair of Conways offering to give time to help their community.