Dr. Jerry Neufang was born and raised in Stafford, Virginia. He attended South Florida Community College on a baseball scholarship to play junior college baseball. From there he received another scholarship to play Division 1 baseball at Liberty University. He was then asked to try out for the Washington Nationals where he was offered a contract to play professional baseball. This was very short lived and eventually found a passion for health and wellness. He then attended Life University in Marietta, Georgia where he completed his Doctorate of Chiropractic. During his time at Life University, he spent many hours focusing on structural techniques to learn the intricate details of specific adjusting techniques, extremity adjusting, sports injury management and prevention, pediatrics, and many different soft tissue modalities.
Dr. Jerry views chiropractic as a chance to focus on the entire person and find the root cause of the problem. Your nervous system is the most important system you have in your body and controls everything that we do from thinking to digestion to moving your toes. Through specific detection techniques to find the vertebral subluxation that is putting pressure on the nervous system, he is able to detect and specifically correct the misalignment of the bone causing disease on the body and nervous system. This giving rise to the you being able to communicate brain to body and body to brain better to help the you express optimal health and wellness from above, down, inside, and out on your journey to achieving true total health.
Emily comes to us from North Dakota. She graduated from Arizona School of Massage Therapy in Tempe.
Along with traditional relaxation and Swedish massage, she specializes in therapeutic massage, deep tissue, and trigger point therapy.
In her spare time, Emily loves exploring Arizona, watching basketball, and spending time with her family and friends.