Christopher Drews, D.C.
Doctorate of Chiropractic, Northwestern Health Sciences University
Bacholor of Science in Biology, University of Minnesota, and University of Nevada Las Vegas
Dr. Drews has owned and operated multiple clinics. His passion is for health, wellness, and mobility, as well as past experience has lead him to open HealthMax Progressive Medicine. The premise behind HealthMax is simple cutting edge treatment with proven results to improve patient’s lives……..nothing less!!!
In his personal life Dr. Drews enjoys traveling and sporting events with his family, wife Tara, sons Christopher II, Jake, and Luke. He is an active supporter and volunteer for local athletic teams and associations. In the summer Dr. Drews time is spent on the lake or at a lacrosse field, and in the winter you will most likely find him in an ice arena supporting one of his kids playing hockey.
Joshua Kasper, DPT
Director of Physical Medicine
Doctor of Physical Therapy
B.S. Exercise Science
Concordia University Saint Paul, MN
Basic Life Support – American Life Support
MN Board of Physical Therapy – Licensed PT
• Class of 2018 Capstone Research Team Member
• “Effects of an athletic season on balance and vestibular function in female soccer players. A Pilot Study.”
• Minnesota American Physical Therapy Association presentation of capstone research.
Member of MNPTA & APTA since 2015
My doctoral education has given me the opportunity and privilege of working and interning in a variety of settings from sports medicine with younger athletes to administering fall preventing training to older deconditioned adults and just about everything in between. I have worked in large hospital outpatient settings and smaller rural settings that treat all conditions and ages together. Although my experience has given me a broad spectrum of opportunities, my passion lies in treating orthopedic conditions and injuries in all populations.
My wife and I live in the west metro with our pug “Chazz.” My wife Lyndsey is a dental hygienist of the last 10 years and has served almost the entire metro area! We both love being active year-round, spending time with family and friends, and look forward to having the opportunity to travel and expand our family in the near future!
St. Catherine University – Bachelors of Applied Science, Physical Therapist Assistant
St. Cloud State University – Bachelors of Science, Business
My Physical Therapy degree has allowed me the opportunity to serve and dedicate my career towards helping others be healthy and regain their mobility and Independence.
I currently live in the North Metro with my wife and 2 children. Most of our time is spent at soccer, baseball, or football fields. When our family has down time we enjoy traveling or spending time in Northern Minnesota.
Dr. Heidi Robertson, MD
Education & Professional Bio:
Doctor Heidi Robertson’s love for helping started in high school after participating in a mission trip. Dr. Robertson began her medical training in southern California where she graduated with her medical degree at Loma Linda Medical University in 2002. She trained at the renowned Loma Linda Medical Center for Anesthesiology, graduating in 2007 and was board certified in 2008. In 2012 Dr. Robertson began to feel a pull toward regenerative medicine. She realized the hope that could bring many patients by using prolotherapy. Doctor Robertson has always believed that bringing hope and healing to patients, is one of the greatest privileges she can have in this life. Watching patients with chronic pain even after many surgeries prompted her to research the possibilities of reversing or curing such pain. She completed the extensive Hackett-Hemwall training for prolotherapy in Honduras in 2013 and again in 2014. She also completed the American Academy of Orthopedic Medicine prolotherapy workshop in Peru in 2014. Not only does Dr. Robertson have the training and expertise to treat your pain, she has superb bedside manor and a genuine love for medicine. Dr Robertson’s skills include pain management, spinal and epidural blocks, peripheral nerve blocks, and prolotherapy.
St. Cloud State University – Bachelors of Fine Arts
Courtney has a wide variety of office manager, customer service, and administrative assistant skills in her background that has benefited her in her position with HealthMax. Courtney believes keeping customer service at the top of the clinics priorities, and making relationships with patients to help them succeed in their goals in health, wellness, and mobility is key to success.
Courtney and her husband along with their 2 children live in Cottage Grove. Courtney’s favorite things to do are spend time with family, visiting the lake, and the family farm. She loves to spend time outside with her 2 dogs, gardening, bonfires, and watching the excitement of new experiences with her children.