Meet the Team


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Dr. Byers received his Doctorate in Chiropractic from Parker University in Dallas, TX after earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutritional Science from Brigham Young University in Provo, UT.

Dr. Byers believes that when patients move the wrong way, it can cause pain and complicate recovery. He uses a unique assessment procedure called the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) to evaluate the way patients move and how it is contributing to their pain. This unique assessment allows him to better tailor a patient’s care plan to their unique problems.

Dr. Byers has advanced training in Active Release technique (ART), which helps to reduce pain and inflammation and improve flexibility of the neck, shoulders, elbows, low back, hips, knees and ankles. These treatments are usually combined with exercises and activities, which retrain patients the proper way to move for faster and longer-lasting results.

Dr. Byers first discovered the benefits of healthcare that improves the body’s ability to move as a wrestler in high school. Today he uses his education and these experiences to improve the way others move, perform, and live


Kim uses the term "therapeutic relaxation" to describe her work. She uses a combination of Swedish, deep tissue and myofascial release to address troublesome spots and relieve muscle tension. 

Don't worry about falling asleep during her massage. To her this means that the part of your nervous system that assists in recovery (parasympathetic nervous system) has taken over and that true healing can occur!

She can help with auto injuries, daily aches and pains, headaches and more.

Kim has been a massage therapist since 2018. She studied at Carrington College in Portland, OR.


Olivia studied massage therapy at the Pacific College of Health and Science in San Diego, CA.

She uses a holistic approach to healing the body from sprain and strain injuries following motor vehicle accidents, or other traumas and or surgeries. 

Olivia specializes in myofascial decompression or cupping, lymphatic drainage, hot stone therapy and facial sculpting to improve circulation and reduce the effects of sprain and strain injuries and lymphedema. She has additional training in circulatory swedish and Tui Na massage. 


She is versatile and willingly accommodates those who prefer a lighter touch or deep tissue pressure. She enjoys helping others!



Celina received her training from the Utah College of Massage Therapy in Salt Lake City, UT. She has over 7 years experience as a massage therapist.

She believes there is nothing better than helping people heal “with your own two hands” from sprain/strain injuries as a result of sports-related overuse, auto accidents, or other trauma.


Celina specializes in deep tissue, prenatal and Swedish relaxation massage. Her goal is to help her clients decrease pain, move better and recover faster. 

She is a believer in the benefits that come from massage therapy.