Dr. Travis Dunlap, DC
Dr. Dunlap is a Rogue Valley native, attending Phoenix High School and then going on to study Human Biology at The University of Kansas. Dr. Dunlap played Division 1 baseball at The University of Kansas and then professionally, working with some of the top sports physicians in the country. He attended Northwestern Health Sciences University receiving his doctorate of chiropractic degree. He then completed a preceptorship in San Diego, CA and worked closely with the military populations in Mission Valley and Oceanside. Although his training in sports medicine is extensive, Dr. Dunlap also has a passion for the family practice environment.
Dr. Heidi Henson, DC
Dr. Henson graduated Summa Cum Laude, earning her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Northwestern Health Sciences University. She then went on to complete her preceptorship training at the Inpatient Rehabilitation Center at High Point Regional Hospital-University of North Carolina Healthcare. Prior to beginning her doctorate, Dr. Henson earned a Bachelor’s degree in Gender Studies from New York University. She specializes in chronic pain management and pregnancy-associated back pain. Dr. Henson is a passionate advocate for expanding access to conservative approaches to healthcare through legislation and healthcare policy and is proud to be the Oregon Alternate Delegate in the American Chiropractic Association.
Dr. Nikki Walker, DC
A Medford native, Dr. Walker began her education at Southern Oregon University in Ashland before studying at the University of Western States in Portland, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in human biology. She added chiropractic sports medicine into her education mix, which allowed her to tend to athletes at sporting events while still attending school. She was granted her Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 2008. Dr. Walker is proficient in a multitude of adjustment techniques and manipulations, as well as in rehabilitation, flexion distraction, ultrasound, electrical stimulation, soft tissue therapy, K-laser therapy, and Kinesiotaping.
Janine Lamb, LAc
Janine graduated from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego with a certificate in Asian Body Therapy and a Master of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine. She is a nationally board certified Diplomate of Oriental Medicine and licensed in Oregon and California. Oriental Medicine is a broad term that encompasses many healing techniques such as acupuncture, herbal medicine, massage, exercise and nutrition. Janine’s practice is centered around pain management but Traditional Oriental Medicine can treat many conditions such as digestive trouble, insomnia and infertility to name a few.
Brittney Boren, Licensed Massage Therapist
Brittney Boren LMT is a licensed massage therapist, trained at Rogue Community College. As a Southern Oregon native, she is passionate about bringing health and healing to her community. She specializes in a mixture of Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy, Acupressure, Sports Massage, Prenatal/Postpartum massage and Swedish massage. Using these techniques, she strives to create a massage that best suits your bodies’ specific needs.
Matthew Robinson, Licensed Massage Therapist
Matthew Robinson is a licensed massage therapist, born and raised in Central Point, Oregon. He graduated from the Ashland Institute of Massage and continues to take courses to further his knowledge and techniques. Matthew specializes in Myofacial Release and Neuro Muscular Therapy.
Christa Czajka, Licensed Massage Therapist
Christa Czajka is a licensed graduate of the Ashland Institute of Massage. She grew up outdoors in North Pole, Alaska and served in the Alaska Air National Guard as an aircraft mechanic prior to practicing massage therapy. Utilizing massage and chiropractic as major tools in her own injury rehab, Christa brings attention to detail as she seeks balance in each individual using a combination of Myofascial Release Technique, Neuromuscular Therapy, Swedish Massage, and Energy Techniques. Christa continually expands her education as she strives to better assist each individual to improve their overall quality of life.
Amanda Cortez, Licensed Massage Therapist
Amanda was introduced to therapeutic massage when she received treatment for a minor motor vehicle accident. She was inspired by how massage facilitated her own healing and went on to become a Licensed Massage Therapist in 2015. She believes open communication is key in creating a thorough and effective therapeutic massage experience. She enjoys focusing on neck, shoulders, and hips using Swedish, Deep Tissue and Trigger Point Therapy. She is also certified in cupping.
Meaghan Weaver, Chiropractic Assistant
Kindra Fletcher, Chiropractic Assistant
Chrissy Atler, Office Manager
Carol Johnson, Front Desk
Jennifer Norum, Front Desk