Meet our Fargo team of chiropractic care professionals
Dr. Kevin Paape
Dr. Kevin Paape is the son of a chiropractor. He is blessed to say that he has never known a life without chiropractic. As he grew up, he decided to follow his father’s footsteps. He began his college career at Bismarck State College and finished at Northwestern Health Sciences in Minneapolis, graduation and fortunate to practice with his father at Paape Chiropractic Clinic. He later moved to his current location in Fargo and Healing Arts Chiropractic was formed. Dr. Paape is also a licensed Acupuncturist. He uses a variety of techniques to specialize in back, neck, and extremity pain.
Dr. Mark Gunderson
Dr. Mark Gunderson has always been amazed by the human body and the fact that the nervous system can control millions of things at once. Dr. Gunderson felt that a profession that allowed him to work with the nervous system and body all while helping people reach an optimum level of health safely and naturally was a perfect fit. Dr. Gunderson started his college career at Concordia College in Moorhead, MN and completed his doctorate of chiropractic at Northwestern Health Sciences in Bloomington, Minnesota, graduating in 2011. Upon graduation Dr. Gunderson moved back to his hometown area of Fargo Moorhead, and started practicing aside Dr. Paape at Healing Arts Chiropractic. Dr. Gunderson specializes in the Diversified, Thompson, and Flexion Distraction techniques.
Dr. Charlsey Johnson
Dr. Charlsey Johnson fell in love with chiropractic care at a young age. Inspired by her Uncle, she went on to pursue a career as a Chiropractor. She began her studies at North Dakota State University and received her Doctor of Chiropractic from Northwestern Health Sciences University. Upon graduation, Dr. Johnson returned to Fargo and lives here with her husband, son and puppy. Her and her family love to travel and spend time in the great outdoors. We are so excited to have her on the team.
Dr. Kaitlin Landowski
Dr. Kaitlin Landowski fell in love with how the human body functions and heals itself in high school when she took her first human anatomy and physiology class. With her love of helping people, working with her hands and this newfound passion of how the human body works, she began her pursuit to becoming a Chiropractor. Dr. Landowski received her education at North Dakota State University and her Doctor of Chiropractic from Northwestern Health Sciences University. She returned to Fargo and lives here with her husband.