The Doctors & Staff

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Doctor of Chiropractic



Dr. Ian received his Doctor of Chiropratic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic, Davenport, Iowa in 1999. Prior to beginning his chiropractic studies, Dr. Ian studied human anatomy and physiology at Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada. At Palmer, great things were in store for Dr. Ian. He met his wife Stacy, originally from Eden Prairie, MN while studying in the first semester of chiropractic school. Eventually, they were married and currently have four children, Lauryn, Austin, Paige and Natalie.

Before moving to Eden Prairie in 2002, Dr. Ian spent almost 2 years teaching chiropractic at Palmer College while his wife Stacy was finishing her schooling toward her own Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Teaching was amazing and an incredibly rewarding experience but Dr. Ian yearned for the opportunity to directly help more people experience optimal health through chiropractic care. In March of 2002, Dr. Ian began practice in Eden Prairie and has been providing the best possible chiropractic care for people of all ages, utilizing the Gonstead technique. With his athletic background, especially in hockey, Dr. Ian has been able to help athletes of all levels with injuries and with their overall performance.

Let me share my story and passion with you. Since I was eleven years old I have been an avid Atlantic salmon fisherman. In 1993, while rowing up a river in Newfoundland, Canada, (where I'm originally from) my father seriously injured his back. Excruciating pain overcame my dad and he was unable to sit, stand or walk. Immediately we sought the traditional medical treatment including a series of drugs, physical therapy and he even contemplated surgery. NOTHING WORKED! Finally, a friend recommended seeing a doctor of chiropractic. The chiropractor did a thorough exam, took x-rays and then "adjusted" my dad's spine. After only one adjustment my father noticed a drastic improvement and was well on his way to better health…and this doctor used the Gonstead technique!!!

Realizing the phenomenal results my father was getting I began to wonder if chiropractic could help me with the debilitating headaches I frequently experienced. Not only did my headaches disappear but also my constant sinus congestion and allergy symptoms. Chiropractic worked so well for my family I knew I had to do this for other people. As soon as I graduated from high school, I began my journey to become a Gonstead chiropractor. The focus of Gonstead chiropractic is to be as specific, precise and accurate as possible. Adjustments are usually less forceful, more comfortable and much more specific.






Benjamin Hartman, DC

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Doctor of Chiropractic

Dr. Benjamin joins Platinum Chiropractic after 8 years of education. His focus is on Structural Correction and Neuro-Spinal Restoration. He graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, which is the first chiropractic college in the world. Prior to beginning his chiropractic studies, Dr. Benjamin graduated with a Bachelor's of Science degree in biomedical sciences and chemistry at St. Cloud State University in St. Cloud, Minnesota. At Palmer, great things were in store for Dr. Benjamin. He was invested in multiple clubs and sports teams while living with his beautiful wife Heather, whom he married while attending school in September of 2016. He was awarded the Clinical Excellence Award by Palmer College of Chiropractic for his outstanding work in the clinic at school.

Dr. Benjamin yearns for the opportunity to directly help people experience optimal health through chiropractic care. In March of 2018, Benjamin is practicing in Eden Prairie and is providing the best possible chiropractic care for people of all ages, with a focus on Structural Correction and Neuro-Spinal Restoration. With his athletic background, especially in hockey and baseball, Dr. Benjamin is able to help athletes of all levels with injuries and with their overall performance.

His passion for chiropractic and helping others comes from being exposed to chiropractic at a young age. Dr. Benjamin has been to a chiropractor since before he learned to walk. His family, especially his mother has always thought highly of chiropractic care. During school he knew he wanted to become a doctor because of his love for people and his caring nature, but did not know which direction of healthcare he wanted to pursue. He prepared to become an orthopedic specialist because of his affection for sports and athletics. After going through all of the preparation, Dr. Benjamin decided to go another route in terms of healthcare. With the rich history of chiropractic in his life, he decided to enroll in chiropractic school after visiting Palmer College’s campus while his brother-in-law was going to school there. Chiropractic has worked so well for his family that he knew he had to do this for other people. The focus of Structural Correction and Neuro-Spinal Restoration is to be as specific, precise and accurate as possible as it relates to the Primary Condition each individual presents with.

Dr. Benjamin learned many different techniques while at school. The main technique he utilizes is the Gonstead Technique. He also occasionally uses Sacro-Occipital Technique, Diversified, and Thompson depending on how an individual presents and what type of technique will be best suited for them. Dr. Benjamin is affiliated with the Eden Prairie Chamber of Commerce, International Chiropractors Association, Minnesota Chiropractic Association, International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, and International Federation of Chiropractors & Organizations.


Stacy McNeil

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Stacy's career in Chiropractic started while she was just starting Eden Prairie High School when she became a member of Pennebaker Clinic of Chiropractic's(now Platinum Chiropractic) front desk team. Stacy instantly fell in love with and became passionate about chiropractic and all that natural health had to offer. Stacy studied science and nutrition at both the University of Minnesota and Normandale Community College before attending Palmer College of Chiropractic and receiving her Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 2001. While attending Palmer College, Stacy met and eventually married Dr. Ian McNeil. They now have 4 beautiful children, who keep them very busy! Along with being CEO of the McNeil household, Stacy works part time at Platinum Chiropractic helping practice members achieve their health and wellness goals with Nutrition Response Testing, Designed Clinical Nutrition, Core specific training and Personal Training.