Chiropractor Matthew Collins D.C.

Chiropractor St. Paul MN

Welcome to Twin Cities Headache Neck & Back located in St. Paul. Chiropractic is one of the most amazing healthcare professions, but very few people understand what it's all about. Dr. Matthew Collins has extensive post graduate education and credentials in imaging, spinal trauma and rehabilitation along with years of accumulated experience. This information is here to help you gain a basic understanding of how our St. Paul chiropractic clinic can help you and your family.

Twin Cities Headache Neck & Back

Twin Cities Headache Neck & Back is positioned to function as a “primary spine care” clinic working with all forms of musculoskeletal spine pain and injury, excluding serious pathology such as cancer, fracture and infections. New patients receive a comprehensive history and thorough evaluation of their area of complaint. If clinically necessary, imaging such as x-ray and or MRI will be ordered to reach an accurate diagnosis, prognosis and treatment plan. Some spine conditions require a team approach and at Twin Cities Headache Neck & Back we will co-manage with appropriate medical specialists in the fields of neurology, pain management, neurosurgery, orthopedic surgery and other related fields.

A chiropractic evaluation is one of the best initial steps for a neck or back problem rather than going directly to a specialist. Patients can have a rapid diagnosis and early conservative treatment often without the needs of drugs, surgery or injections.

The current scientific literature verifies that chiropractic, when utilized as the first provider significantly reduces disability in the workplace, overall pain, prevents recurring injuries and improves function in almost every aspect of life. The scientific literature reports that when chiropractic is considered as a first option for spine care, the need and use of opiates decreases.

Nearly all causes of spine pain including whiplash, facet joint pain, disc herniation and degeneration have a mechanical component to the pain. “Mechanical spine pain” is the general term that refers to any type of neck or back pain coming from disorders of the moving parts of the spinal column. These moving parts include the ligaments, tendons, muscles, intervertebral discs, spinal facets joints and the bones. Mechanical spine pain is responsible for over 80-90% of all cases of neck and back pain, with around 10% of the neck and back pain coming from serious pathology. Mechanical spine disorders can also cause radiating pain felt as headaches, arm pain and leg pain. At our clinic, we focus on the diagnosis and management of mechanical spine pain.

Common conditions that we diagnose and offer treatment for include:

  • Injuries to the neck and back (whiplash & work related)
  • Headaches (neck related, tension type, migraines)
  • Mechanical neck and back disorders
  • Neck conditions with radiating arm pain
  • Low back disorders with radiating leg pain
  • Facet joint pain/injury
  • Disc bulging
  • Disc herniations
  • Scoliosis
  • Posture syndromes
  • Sacroiliac joint conditions
  • Muscle strain
  • Ligament sprain

Our goal is your goal: accurate diagnosis, prognosis and treatment plan combined with home treatment for pain relief and ability to resume activity.

If you are suffering, we invite you to schedule an exam to diagnose what is wrong and see how treatment at Twin Cities Headache Neck & Back could help you.

Monday8:30am - 12:00pm
2:00pm - 6:00pm
Wednesday8:30am - 12:00pm
2:00pm - 6:00pm
Thursday2:00pm - 6:00pm
Friday8:30am - 12:00pm
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Twin Cities Headache Neck & Back
245 Ruth Street North #205
St. Paul, MN 55119
(651) 925-5530

Chiropractic St. Paul MN COX Technique


This guide will help you find the best chiropractic clinic in St. Paul for you. When most people in St. Paul decide they need a chiropractor, they end up doing a search and just picking someone at the top.

Being at the top of Google for the chiropractic search does not necessarily mean they are the best chiropractor for you. Follow the steps below to make sure you are picking the right chiropractor for you.

Time Needed: 5 minutes

Total Cost: USD 0.00

Things Needed ?
- Computer or Phone
Required tools:
- Google Search


Step 1: Open up a Google search

You will want to type one of the following in the search bar:

  • Chiropractor St. Paul
  • Chiropractor 55119
  • Chiropractor near me
  • Best chiropractor in St. Paul
Step 2: Review Their Website

The best chiropractors in St. Paul put as much care into their website as they do into the rest of their office. By reviewing their website you will get a good feel for the doctor and if they are right for you.

Step 3: Check Out Their Reviews

Check out the Google Business Page of a chiropractic clinic you are thinking about visiting. It is easy for someone to say they are great, it's a different story to get other people to say great things about you.

Step 4: Give The Office A Call

Now that you have a basic understanding of what the office is about. Give them a call to make sure they fit the message that their website and GMB have been sending. You will know in a few minutes whether the office is the right one for you.