About Us


The TEAM Difference

At Team Chiropractic & Rehabilitation we view all of our patients as athletes on some level. We combine this view point with a unique blend of traditional chiropractic manipulation, rehabilitative exercises and soft tissue work. 

This combination approach to treatment allows us to test, treat, and re-test our athletes. Ultimately getting you back on the field, court, or in the office faster.

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Dr. Brock Vosberg

Dr. Brock Vosberg was born and raised in Ames, Iowa. He grew up playing sports and dealt with several injuries as a young athlete. That meant spending a lot of time in physical therapy and chiropractic offices. He quickly realized that the two disciplines provide the greatest results when partnered together. This experience gave him a unique interest in the rehabilitative arts.

His education began at the University of Northern Iowa where he graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology. After graduating UNI, Dr. Vosberg attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. While there, there he was active in Motion Palpation Club and Palmer’s Sports Council Club. He also worked as a teaching assistant in Active and Passive Rehabilitation labs and was an intern in Palmer’s Sports Injury and Rehabilitation Department under former Olympian, Dr. Dave Juehring.

Upon graduation from Palmer, Dr. Vosberg received the Clinical Excellence Award. This award is given to the graduating doctor who has demonstrated outstanding accomplishment in service to patients, the college, and the Chiropractic profession. He also received the Academic Excellence Award and graduated Summa Cum Laude.

Currently, Dr. Vosberg lives in Ankeny with his wife Alyson and their four children, Owen, Lincoln, Carson, and Olivia. Alyson works as a Nurse Practitioner for UnityPoint Internal Medicine. As a family of six, they enjoy their chaotic attempts at hiking, camping, and outdoor recreation. Being Ames natives, they are happy to once again be close to family, friends, and the Cyclones.