Meet the Doctors
Meet the RMTs
Anna is in the clinic Tuesday through Friday.
Orasa is in the clinic Monday through Friday.
Melissa is in the clinic Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
Chonnatda (Emmie) Maneesang
Emmie is in the clinic Monday, Thursday, and Saturday.
Kanyaluk (Joy) Ratsameekaew
She has spent years working in every type of massage environment from chiropractic, spa, sports therapy. She brings all of that to the table, combining several modalities in one very unique style designed to get the best therapeutic results to fit the client’s needs.
Her result focused massage techniques combine myofascial, deep tissue, active release, Thai Massage, cupping techniques and relaxation techniques to provide lasting results. She is well versed in prenatal massage and hot & cold stones massage as well.
She enjoys cooking, flying, hiking, and spending time outside on her days off. Cooking has always been a very big passion in her life and will remain. She looks forward in assisting you on your path to wellness.
Joy is in the clinic Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday.
Elizabeth is in the clinic Thursday & Friday.
Meet the Receptionists
What is chiropractic?
Chiropractic focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of conditions related to the nerves, joints, and muscles. The target of chiropractic treatment is to align the back, neck, pelvis, and joints to allow the nervous system to function unimpeded. Misalignments (called “subluxations”) of the spine and joints can prevent the nervous system from communicating effectively with the rest of the body, resulting in pain, discomfort, and disorders.
The primary form of treatment that chiropractors deliver is called an adjustment. Adjustments are a manual therapy in which your chiropractor will direct precise movement to adjust the position of your joints in order to relieve pain or discomfort.
Chiropractors do not prescribe drugs, but often seek to counsel patients in nutrition, lifestyle, and exercise.
What is Theralase?
Theralase is a cold laser treatment that triggers the body it heal itself. It penetrates tissue and stimulates your body’s cells to produce additional ATP, which is what deals with cell repair and regeneration. It can accelerate healing, minimize or eradicate pain, and decreases inflammation. Check out this video for a visual explanation!
What is acupuncture?
Acupuncture involves the insertion of very fine needles into specific points on the body, called acupuncture points, which stimulate the body’s natural healing mechanism. Acupuncture can involve several methods of stimulation, including the application of heat or pressure.
Acupuncture is a key component of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), which is a broader range of medical practices based on a tradition over 2 500 years old. TCM includes herbal medicine, massage, exercise, and dietary therapy.
What is Thai massage?
Thai massage involves a combination of massage and manipulation. It was developed in Thailand, heavily influenced by the traditional medicine systems of India and China, as well as by yoga.
Unlike deep-tissue or relaxation massage, recipients of Thai massage wear loose, comfortable clothing while their therapist positions the body in various yoga-like positions. Deep static and rhythmic pressures form the core of the massage, and involves deep pressure and assisted stretching.
Unlike therapeutic or relaxation massage, which can leave you somewhat drowsy, Thai massage relaxes and invigorates your body.