Young peoples' bones stop growing by approximately age 20, somewhat earlier in women and somewhat later in men. Long bone growth, that is, in the arm, forearm, thigh, and leg, ceases later and sma ...View Article
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Kristen, Chiropractic Assistant
Kristen moved from northern Indiana to Summerville in 2014 with her husband and two sons. She’s worked in healthcare for the past fifteen years focusing mostly on home health hospice. In her free time, Kristen enjoys exploring the Lowcountry with her family. While pregnant with her first son, she began researching a more natural lifestyle that has since led to a slight obsession with nutrition, essential oils and anything pertaining to pregnancy and childbirth. She is currently studying to become a doula in hopes of assisting other women in having a positive birth experience.
Annieke, Chiropractic Assistant and Physical Therapy Student
Annieke is studying at the University of Hartford in Connecticut. Moving from Upstate New York, she is attempting to get accustomed to the weather here is Summerville. When hiding indoors, she enjoys reading, family time, and baking. When the weather permits, you can find her exploring and discovering the history of the area. Why physical therapy? She loves working with people. Her goal is to make a difference in a person’s life, so what better way than helping them become rehabilitated. She is excited to have the chance to work in the chiropractic field and see how the two professions coincide.
Jose, Licensed Massage Therapist
Jose graduated from American Massage and Bodywork Institute (AMBI) in May 2017. Licensed under the Nursing Board of Virginia and the Massage Board of South Carolina he practices therapeutic massage therapy. His techniques currently focus around Swedish Massage Therapy, Active Release Technique, and Trigger Point Therapy. Pressure for massage can range from light to deep pressure.
When not practicing massage therapy, Jose enjoys diving into research books as well as novels full of mystery, magic, and suspense. Other hobbies include going out on runs, taking adventurous hikes, and experimenting with new food recipes.
Jose’s biggest goal: Help his patients start healing better.