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"At Fisher Family Chiropractic, helping people quickly return to activities of daily living is what we strive to do everyday."   

-Dr. Brian Fisher

Welcome to

Fisher Family Chiropractic

Office Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 8-12 and 1-5

Thursday 8-12


Dr. Fisher grew up in the Spencer area and graduated from Spencer High School.  After secondary school, he attended Iowa State for his undergraduate work. Then he furthered his education at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa.  After graduation, he opened an office back in Spencer where he has been in practice since October 2000.  As for his personal life, Dr. Fisher lives on an acreage near Dickens with his wife, Kristi, and their 4 kids: Nate, Elisa, Brenna, and Luke.  Locally he is involved with the 4-H program as a club leader and chairs a church committee, as well as attending all his children’s school activities.

5 Signs That You Should Go See A Chiropractor

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Restricted Range of Motion

Muscular Pain or Joint Pain

Chronic Back Pain

Are you feeling stiff or have you had a drop in flexibility? Seeing a chiropractor will help improve joint stiffness and restore your range in motion.

A chiropractor is able to assist you if you are having continual pain in one or more joints.There might be a misalignment, and  your chiropractor is able to recognize this problem. After the problem is identified, then it can be corrected.


Going in early to see your chiropractor will help deminish more major problems arising later. Are you in pain when you are active in your back? Does the pain subside when you are resting? If your answer is yes, then please see your chiropractor.


If you have common headaches, your chiropractor may be able to help symptoms. In addition, they can improve blood flow by increasing amounts of oxygen to the brain.

A Headache


Occupational Hazards Bothering You?

Does your job force you to stand or sit for multiple hours a day? If so, your joints are likely to stiffen.

You are one adjustment away from a good mood.