HealthSource of Champlin
11225 Commerce Dr. N.
Champlin, MN 55316
Don't let back pain, joint pain, or other aches and injuries keep you from living a full life. Your chiropractic care team at HealthSource of Champlin, MN, will help you find the source of your pain and develop a treatment plan that avoids invasive procedures and addictive medications. Come see how we can help you feel better now and live a healthier life.
Meet Our Local Team of Professionals
Dr. David Fandrich, D.C.
Dr. Fandrich is a 2006 Graduate of Northwestern Health Sciences University, where he received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree and his Bachelors degree in Human Biology. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Minnesota, Duluth and is originally from the Twin Cities. Dr. Fandrich opened HealthSource of Champlin in 2009 after working for a few years in another Chiropractic office. Dr. Fandrich and his wife Sara live in Champlin with their two girls, Nora and Lydia. They have lived in Champlin since 2009 and really love the community. In his time away from the clinic, Dr. Fandrich enjoys spending time with his family camping, riding bike around all the great trails in Elm Creek park and spending time outdoors. Dr. Fandrich also enjoys golfing, working out, fishing and has also recently gotten into running sprint triathlons. Dr. Fandrich is also a huge sports fan, especially the Vikings!
Dr. Dean Bechard, D.C.
Dr. Dean Bechard received his Bachelors degree in Biomedical Science from St. Cloud State in 1980 and earned his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree From Northwestern Health Sciences University in 1985. He has over 24 years of clinical experience and has spent most of this time practicing in the northwest suburban area.
Dr. Bechard has served as adjunct clinical faculty for Northwestrn Health Sciences University in the intern and preceptorship training programs. He has extensive post graduate training in orthopedics, neurology and motor vehicle accident injuries. Special skills include light force activator technique and traditional manual techniques.