Link P. Larson

Link Larson
College of Chiropractic

Personal Information


Currently Teaching (2017-2018)

After spending over 20 years in a variety of roles in different hospitals, I entered the chiropractic profession. As a doctor of chiropractic, I spent ten years in a holistic health care clinic seeing a wide variety of health concerns. At Northwestern, as a full-time faculty member, I am where I am supposed to be. I love chiropractic. I love what it can do for patients and the opportunities it can provide for our graduates.

With a love of teaching, I am always learning myself - whether it is updates on current research or new ideas from different sources. This constant learning is not just in the classroom, but also as I supervise interns in the University clinics. I try to find ways to help students improve their adjusting and overall skill set to help them be the best doctors of chiropractic they can be.

My interest in the future is to be able to see a time when research will help demonstrate what my colleagues and I have been witness to - all the positive non-musculoskeletal benefits of chiropractic care.


  • Certified Chiropractic Spinal Trauma, 1998
  • Bachelor of Science - St. Mary's College, 1975
  • Doctor of Chiropractic - Northwestern College of Chiropractic, 1986


Larson L, Bergmann TF. Taking on the fall: The etiology and prevention of falls in the elderly. Clinical Chiropractic. 2008 11(3): 148-154.

Bergmann TF, Larson L. Manipulative Care and Older Persons. Clinical Chiropractic. 1996;3(2):56-65.

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