Life is full of adventure!
Pain or a fear of injury can inhibit individuals from engaging in fun and exciting activities. A migraine or intense headache can interfere with productivity at work or school. Generalized body aches can affect the capacity to be fully present for family and friends. Dr. Marsha will provide a detailed assessment, identify the obstacles to optimal vitality, and create a holistic plan to reach goals.
Dr. Marsha earned her Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 2002 from Northwestern Health Sciences University. She became certified in the Webster Technique in 2002, and in Chiropractic Pediatrics in 2004. Over the last 20 years, she has worked in a variety of clinics and acquired skills practicing a collection of holistic methods. In her own practice, she combines this knowledge and experience to bring care customized to each patient and circumstance.
The goal of chiropractic care is to facilitate the enjoyment of life to the fullest. Sometimes, the methods work immediately, and at other times, several visits, or an integrative maintenance plan can provide the most benefit. Dr. Marsha's intentions are to enable the body to participate in activities without hesitation, to stay active and productive, and recover from minor injuries with ease. Imagine taking a board out at sunrise, biking down a long stretch of the beach, or carrying a toddler on shoulders through a nature preserve.