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Things To Know Before Making a New Patient Appointment:

  1. Allow yourself an hour for your first chiropractic appointment. It will only take about 45 minutes if you choose to fill out our intake paperwork ahead of time. You can find it under the “Patient Resources” tab or ask us to email it to you with an initial email or text.
  2. Please bring any insurance information that you would like us to look into with you to the office.
  3. Feel free to call, text, or email us with any questions or concerns.

Things To Consider Before Scheduling Your Massage:

Lisa is trained in Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular Therapy, Prenatal Massage, and many other modalities. She is passionate about massage as a whole, and after 7 years in the industry, she is able and willing to tailor her sessions for each clients’ specific needs and wants.

Claire would describe her style as relaxing and therapeutic. She performs Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Prenatal, Sports, and various other modalities. Her favorite area of the body to work is the neck. She likes to use her tool belt of modalities, created from 6 years in the industry, to tailor each session to the individual client to achieve her goal – that each person leaves relaxed and with less pain.

Ashly focuses on a blend of relaxation and structural/alignment-based techniques, including Deep Tissue, Swedish, Trigger Point, Sports, and many others. Her technique, which has been developed over 11 years, uses deeper strokes to work out the knots and tight fascial tissue that can cause pain and loss of space/movement, and lighter strokes, rocking, and movement to relax the muscles and nervous system. She uses compression and stretching to build muscle memory. She specialized in shoulders, hips, and plantar fasciitis.

Chrystal has been massaging for 3 years and specializes in Neuromuscular massage. This type of massage is muscle specific. She does not prefer or favor one area of the body over another but prefers to work the entire body, which she feels is the most beneficial since she sees everything as being so crucially connected. She believes that body work and massage can change lives and would love to help you improve yours.

  • Please arrive 15 minutes early to your massage if you do not want to fill out your paperwork ahead of time. You can find this under the “Patient Resources” tab or ask us to email it to you with an initial email or text.
  • If you have any major medical issues or concerns that our therapists should know about, please call the office at (970) 587-7029 and let us know ahead of time.

Once you have read the information above, please fill out the form below to schedule your new patient or massage appointment. If you can’t find a time that meets your needs, please call or text us at (970) 587-7029.