Hope Clinic is an independent group of health care specialists from multiple disciplines who work together as a team. We focus on finding the root causes of your problems by listening to you and using applied kinesiology, palpation, and western and eastern medical diagnosis techniques.
Our natural health care practitioners are certified and trained to help you make the most appropriate decisions for your care. Regardless of what it is your body suffers from—chronic pain, concussions, hot flashes, acne, or migraines—it's our goal to help you find hope for your health condition.
We believe your body was built to heal itself. By using natural therapies that specifically work for you at this time—chiropractic adjusting techniques, nutrition, exercise, acupuncture, massage, or homeopathy—we can offer your body the support it needs to help itself.
We help people suffering from everyday health symptoms. We also specialize in helping people with cases that have been unresponsive to traditional health care.
You can read more about our approach to natural health care in the blog articles below.
Dr. Brad Molskness, DC
Functional Medicine Chiropractor
Dr. Brad has been practicing natural health care for over 15 years and has over 15 years of post-graduate continuing education and clinical experience in chiropractic, nutrition, and traditional natural medicine. He graduated from Evangel University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, a minor in Chemistry, and emphasis in Pre-Medicine.
Dr. Brad went on to graduate from Northwestern Health Sciences University with a Doctorate in Chiropractic. He then taught as an adjunct professor for five years at the American Academy of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and the Touch of Life School of Bodywork. Dr. Brad has written and taught class curriculum for human anatomy, physiology, microbiology, kinesiology, nutrition, and clinical pathology.
Chiropractic and natural health care first intrigued Dr. Brad after his mother’s chronic pain was drastically improved with the help of regular chiropractic adjustments. He then became a fan of chiropractic after his football “career” was saved through chiropractic care.
Dr. Brad feels great satisfaction seeing hope return to a person's life and then transform into healing. He especially enjoys watching children growing up with vibrant health.
Wells Bovard, Licensed Acupuncturist, Masters in Oriential Medicine, Diplomate of Canonical Chinese Medicine
Wells Bovard has been practicing Traditional Chinese Medicine for over 10 years. He has a Master's Degree of Oriental Medicine from Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, Minnesota. He is licensed to practice acupuncture and herbology through the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice.
Mr. Bovard has completed a two-year intensive program through the Institute in East Asian Medicine. He is a certified Diplomate of Canonical Chinese Medicine through ICEAM. He has also furthered his training at a university hospital in Aheng Ahoq, Henan, China.
Sue Mills, CHC
With over 25 years of experience in natural health care, Sue Mills has 14 years of clinical experience in Classical Homeopathy.
After four years of training at the Northwestern Academy of Homeopathy, she finished her certification and has since logged numerous post graduate education hours. Sue has also been published in the American Homeopath Journal and is currently a clinical advisor at the Northwestern Academy of Homeopathy.
Sue has been intrigued with natural health care and especially preventative care her entire life. She thrives on finding solutions to complicated cases and finds great joy in seeing autistic and developmentally distraught children begin to shine as they cope effectively with life’s challenges.
Kim Fox, RDN, LD, CDE
Functional Medicine Dietitian
Kim Fox knew she wanted to be a dietitian since the 7th grade when her parents returned from a health convention and incorporated stricter nutritional changes into the families already healthy lifestyle. She was fascinated that nutrition could impact one’s health.
Kim has been a Registered Dietitian for over 20 years, working in a variety of health care settings. Kim began studying functional nutrition in 2014 after seeing the effects that prescription medications, inactivity, and high intakes of sugar and processed foods were producing in others, and when traditional medicine was unable to determine the cause and prevention of her own gastrointestinal concerns.
Helping people put the pieces of their health back together with optimum nutrition and an individualized approach is what drives Kim to expand her knowledge and expertise in this field.