Meet the Team

Dr. Connie Meis-Robertson

 With my 25 + years of experience, I have enjoyed working with people to get them to live a more productive and pain free life in this stressful world.  You may ask what causes stress?  It is a variety of events and differs from person to person.  It ranges from food and drink choices, trauma, aging parents, young children, job, no job, and computer work and gaming, and POSTURE!   All of these and more can lead to PAIN and inflammation.  These things can cause an exaggerated aberrant neuropathway in the brain that communicates through the spine to the spinal nerves.  This pattern isn’t normal and reoccurs repeatedly and can move from place to place.

Acute pain happens because of trauma, and hijacks that brain. This goes away eventually.  If gone untreated it creates a pattern of discrepancy from side to side or top to bottom and usually in the future, it comes back.  Chronic pain enslaved the brain.  My purpose is to relieve any pain to the best of my ability. 
With my unique innovative approach with muscle reactivation, I find I can reduce peoples pain to a more manageable pain pattern or in some cases, eliminate it.  I teach you how to retrain your brain and make different life choices to improve your health and allow you to live longer healthily.  Once the pain is changed, my approach is to make these sessions a lifetime choice.  You and I will determine what would be your normal treatment schedule.  This is the BEST insurance to prevent reoccurrence.
In my spare time, I am bossed around by my 2 cats, Henry and Harrison.  I enjoy traveling with my husband, Bob.  I enjoy cooking and I am making new recipes that nourish my soul.   My favorite tv shows are The Good Place and Sheldon.  My favorite color is greenish blue. 

Gary McCarthy, Massage Therapist

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