For as long as he can recall, Dr Christianson wanted to help people feel better through chiropractic care and fitness. His primary focus is helping patients become more physically active in their lives. This includes helping people get out of pain and enjoy their sport or recreational activity. Dr Christianson’s specialty is helping soft-tissue injuries (muscles, tendons, joints, ligaments, nerves) specifically developed through athletic or occupational stress or repetitive motion (running, cycling, swimming, lifting or work). His goal is to see his patients achieve a quick recovery then help to support their wellness 5, 10 or 30 years down the road.
From Colorado Springs, Alyssa graduated from Colorado Mesa University and earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Kinesiology with a concentration in Fitness and Health Promotion. She serves as COOR Wellness’ Health Promotions and Care Coordinator. For patients who want individual instruction on corrective exercises, she is your go-to team member! She is also (usually) the quiet motivator behind the health promotion messages at COOR Wellness.
Karen has a heart for serving others. After helping people in home health she found a new avenue for providing care in massage therapy. Having completed massage school in December 2016, you’d have a tough time distinguishing her massage therapy skills from a seasoned veteran! A mother to her son, Grant, a soccer player, Karen is also a self-declared bookworm and enjoys antiques.
Veronica Stiles loves helping people. She says every patient has unique needs and Veronica prides herself on using her professional training and years of experience as a licensed massage therapist to help customers get the most out of their massage experience. Veronica is a Grand Junction native who was trained in massage at Intellitec College, receiving her license in 2010. She spent the last five years in Denver where she built a long list of loyal customers who raved about her “magic hands” … a reference to Veronica’s intuitive and relaxing massage sessions. Veronica recently returned to Grand Junction to be closer to her family, friends, and dogs.
A lifelong swimmer, former professional Olympic-distance triathlete, and career U.S. Marine Corps Officer, Susie is a Certified Health & Wellness Coach. She enjoys leading and encouraging others to achieve their biggest baddest goals! She is a World Championship medalist (1 gold, 4 bronze: 2000-2003), U.S. Olympic Trials Qualifier (2004), coach of the 1st quadruple amputee to complete a triathlon (2007), leader of 3 (wounded) Warrior Games titles (Marines, 2010-2012), and author of 4 books. She helps clients OWN their BIG DREAMS, no matter the obstacle or past performance!
Diana’s roles include insurance and patient billing, scheduling, and helping things flow smoothly since 2011. She enjoys studying nutrition and applying it to cooking for her family. She has 7 children and 14 beautiful grandchildren. After graduating from Delta High School, Diana operated a daycare business for 12 years and was an owner-operator of a window coverings franchise for 12 years.
Chelsy Henline is an Exersice Science student at Colorado Mesa University in pursuit of a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Shes from Vernal, Utah and enjoys weightlifting, playing softball, and spending time outdoors.