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821 Raymond Ave. #260, St. Paul

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Please note that at The Matrix Repatterning Therapy Center of Minnesota we do not accept insurance for payment of services. Treating one person per hour has allowed us to focus on outside of the box types of results for difficult cases. In order to be able to do this we have learned that we must operate outside of the third party reimbursement system whose payments can be arbitrary. Our focus, commitment and relationship are with our clients. Remember, since this care is not frequency dependent, you may come in less frequently to enhance affordability. Most HSA's and cafeteria type health plans reimburse you for this care. Payment options include Credit Cards, HSA cards, checks and cash at your time of visit

Matrix Repatterning (MRT)

MRT permanently relieves physical tension in the frame of the body, bringing profound changes to frustrating conditions to people with frustrating conditions.

MRT & TBI/Concussion Therapy

MRT allows the brain to heal by effectively relieving the physical tension in the skull that comes from the injury that causes concussion.

About Us

Our practitioners, Dr. Rosamilia, DC, CMRP, and Dr. Stella, DC, CMRP have a combined 60 years of experience using a variety of approaches to help people attain their health goals. They have extensive, up-to-date training in a revolutionary, cutting-edge form of care called Matrix Repatterning Therapy. 

This is their primary care of choice because of the exciting results it brings to their clients. They will call you before your first visit to ensure you are a great candidate.

Sorry Insurance not accepted. Please pay at time of visit.

60 years of combined experience helping people live better lives

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Scheduling & Fees

How many visits will I need? 

We will, of course, have to do a consultation and examination first before we determine how many visits you will need. Simpler adult cases may need 6 or 7 one-hour treatments and more complex cases may need 11 or 12. Very complex cases with high levels of impact injuries may certainly need more.

How often do I need to come in?

Unlike other forms of care, MRT is not dependent on frequency. Most clients come in once per week and others more or less frequently depending on scheduling and financial factors. We’ve seen plenty of people who have scheduled every two or three weeks to be able to afford the work or because that is what the schedule allows.

Does it hurt to receive MRT?

MRT is very gentle hands-on bodywork therapy. Most clients, at first, find it hard to believe that such gentle treatment can make important changes in your body. However, it makes a profound change in your body as it relieves deep underlying tension patterns in your body and it can lead to temporary pain patterns as your body adjusts to the changes after treatment. 

How is your work different than other forms of concussion care?

Remember, a concussion is an impact injury. We work on the premise that the impact injury had to change something physically for things to have changed. In other words, in order to have symptoms something had to change when the head impact happened. We call it a physical strain pattern and we relieve that strain pattern with a gentle, hands on technique that alleviates deep tension 


from impact. Dr. Norman Doidge, MD, renowned expert in brain neuroplasticity, recommends MRT as a “first intervention for most concussions” after he did a thorough personal investigation of this work. Other forms of concussion care are generally working on the symptoms of concussion. We, and Dr Doidge, say, relieve the physical strain pattern first.

Do you accept insurance as a form of payment?

No. This is a one-time (series of treatments) investment in transforming your chronic patterns or concussion. Treating one client per hour and a few people per day does not allow us to accept an arbitrary form of payment for services. Insurance reimbursement is arbitrary and we cannot make up for arbitrary reimbursement by seeing more clients per hour. And we do not desire the necessity for higher fee’s to make up for the time and cost of tracking down insurance reimbursement. HAS’s’s and Cafeteria Plans generally reimburse for this therapy. You may submit receipts for insurance, but as an alternative therapy, reimbursement rates are minimal and arbitrary.

May I come in and try a few visits?

We fully recognize that it is a tough decision to invest in a therapy without understanding or experiencing it. MRT, by its nature of relieving tension step by step in the frame of the body, is not designed to bring step by step results. By relieving just a little of the tension in the frame of a musical instrument, for instance, you would not be able to judge the ultimate outcome by an incomplete job. It is the same with MRT. Getting paid to treat people a few times and not helping them is not our goal. However, making a living by finishing and transforming and changing lives is a joy!

Our New Location in the Baker Court Office Bldg

From the North, Northeast or Northwest: 

Take 35W south to Hwy 280, then take the Territorial Road / University Ave exit. Make your first left onto Territorial Road and proceed 3/10 mile to Baker Court Office Building parking lot on your left just before you get to Raymond Ave.

From South, West and Southwest: 

Take 35W North or 394 East to 94 East towards St. Paul. Once you pass the Huron Ave exit, get into the left lane for left lane exit to Hwy 280. Immediately bear right onto the University Ave. exit. Proceed straight through Franklin Ave and University Ave, then make your next right onto Territorial Rd. Make a right onto Territorial Road and proceed 2/10 mile to Baker Court Office Building parking lot on your left just before you get to Raymond Ave. 

From the East: 

Take 94 East to Hwy 280. Exit onto 280 and immediately bear right onto the University Ave. exit. Proceed straight through Franklin Ave and University Ave, then make your next right onto Territorial Rd. Make a right onto Territorial Road and proceed 2/10 mile to Baker Court Office Building parking lot on your left just before you get to Raymond Ave.

821 Raymond Ave. #260, St. Paul, MN 55114 -- just off of University and 280

Contact us at (651) 493-9560 or email us at

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Classmates, colleagues & friends for over 30 years, 

we teamed up to bring the most dynamic hands in chiropractic bodywork to you.

Meet our Practitioners

Dr. Andy Stella, DC, CMRP

MRT Whole Body & Concussion Therapy

Dr Stella has been a Doctor of Chiropractic since 1988 and has been practicing Matrix Repatterning Therapy since 2003. The first part of Dr Stella’s career was focused on Musculoskeletal care, utilizing muscle and soft tissue techniques, motion-oriented chiropractic adjustments, exercises, supports, kinesio taping and other approaches. Those years of learning about and treating patterns of musculoskeletal issues laid a foundation of understanding the body that underscores his approaches with Matrix Repatterning Therapy (MRT).

In the second half of his career, Dr. Stella has treated well over 1,000 clients with MRT including over 200 concussion clients from all over the U.S. and Canada as of 2022. With over 15,000 MRT treatment visits since 2003, this experience contributes to efficiency of treatment. Staying up to date with continuing education and new developments in Matrix Repatterning is an expression of his passion for this gentle, profound therapy. He is also a teacher and mentor for new clinicians studying MRT. 

When he was introduced to this work in 2003, he immediately recognized that this was a completely different paradigm in understanding how the body gets injured and how to fix it in a more permanent way. It provided an answer as to why no matter how many soft tissue and other techniques he learned, he had to continually manage many of his patient’s symptoms over time. Now, his joy is dismissing his clients once they are done with their care program and watching them leave feeling and functioning better than they thought was possible. 

Dr. Stella’s practice is now evenly divided between patients with frustrating chronic pain and conditions, chronic concussions, new concussions and new impact injuries.  He calls all new clients before their first visit to determine if this care is right for them. If it isn’t he will help direct you to what would be most helpful.

Outside of work, his other passions include bicycling around our lovely city, hiking the parks and city lakes with his wife Sandy, enjoying jazz music and theatre and, of course, spending time with his grandchildren.

Dr. Barbara W. Rosamilia, DC, CMRP

MRT Whole Body & Concussion Therapy

Dr. Barbara Rosamilia has been a licensed chiropractic physician since 1988 and a certified Matrix Repatterning Therapy Practitioner since 2019. Her training has incorporated the most up-to-date innovations in MRT, including concussion care, as taught by Dr. George Roth D.C., the creator of the technique.

Dr. Barbara has advanced training in Craniosacral Therapy, the neurologic integration of childhood learning and behavioral disorders, nutrition, acupuncture, qigong and Shafaw. Early in her career her practice was primarily focused on women’s health, pregnant women and children.  The revolutionary concepts of Matrix Repatterning Therapy have added a depth to her work that she is excited to share, especially with those who are looking for help addressing chronic, recurring or challenging patterns in their health. Dr. Barbara has completed all coursework and is completing paperwork towards her Matrix Repatterning Therapy Certification.

If you are out enjoying a local musical or theatrical production, keep your eyes peeled because you just might run into Dr. Barbara wearing her volunteer badge.  When not absorbed in an ever-expanding stack of books, she also enjoys knitting, bird watching and a good conversation.