Dr. Regina Brott is a Minnesota board certified chiropractor serving Farmington and the surrounding south metro communities. She is committed to giving each individual patient the best of her knowledge, skill and attention. Her primary focus in practice is optimizing function of the nervous system through gentle removal of vertebral subluxation. She specializes in pediatric, maternity and family wellness care and enjoys supporting families in building health from within through an understanding and support of the body’s natural self healing design.
Dr. Gina grew up in the small town of Ashby, MN and attended Concordia College in Moorhead, MN with plans of a career in natural healthcare. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Concordia with a Bachelors of Science in Biology in 2006. Shortly after college, she married her best friend and college classmate, Lukas, a teacher, coach and Montana native.
While in college she began chiropractic care for the first time. To her surprise, she was helped with much more than just neck pain and headaches. Improvements in sleep, stress management and ability to focus led her to learn more. She soon decided to pursue a career in chiropractic for several reasons:
- It is an extremely effective, safe and non-invasive way to drastically improve health and quality of life.
- It affords her the freedom to practice with a patient-centered model of care.
- It benefits all ages and walks of life.
In 2009, Dr. Gina graduated Magna Cum Laude from Northwestern College of Chiropractic and was licensed as a chiropractor. After graduating, Dr. Brott practiced in Lake City, Minnesota for a short time before opening Victory Family Chiropractic, a family run home-based practice, in Farmington, MN.
Beyond her experience at Northwestern, Dr. Brott has advanced training in neurological and neurodevelopmental disorders, pediatrics, maternity and infant care, family health, nutrition, and sports performance. She is certified in the Webster technique. Her diplomate work is through the International Chiropractic Pediatrics Association and is focused on all aspects of pediatric and maternity care, including care of the challenged child. Dr. Brott uses neurologically based adjusting techniques including Torque Release Technique, Functional Analysis, Logan Basic, Thompson, and Webster.
In the office, Dr. Brott most enjoys hearing the chatter and giggles of a family in the waiting room trying to decide who gets to be adjusted first.
In life, she takes most pride in her Savior’s finished work on the cross and in her roles as wife to Lukas and mother to four precious little ones.