Dr. Ashley Feldman is a Tyler native. She moved to Lubbock in 1999 to get her degree in Animal Science. She graduated there in 2003 Cum Laude. After that she moved to Atlanta, Ga to attend Life University to achieve her Doctorate in Chiropractic . She graduated from Life University in 2008 Magnum Cum Laude.
In Georgia, she met her husband, John Feldman, and they have 3 beautiful children; Hayes:10, Emma:8, Jojo: 6.
Dr. Ashley opened her practice in Tyler in December of 2008 and has been practicing ever since. She is a member of the ICPA and has her certificate in Webster's technique.
Dr. Tiffany Sarmiento is an East Texas native, born in Tyler and raised in Whitehouse. She graduated from Bishop T.K. Gorman high school in 2002 and completed her undergraduate education at Texas A&M University in College Station. She graduated in 2006 with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, minor in Psychology. After working for a chiropractor and seeing firsthand the benefits of chiropractic care, she realized his was her calling, her purpose in life and decided to go back to school. She received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Texas Chiropractic College in Pasadena, Teas in December 2014. Towards the end of January 2015 she decided to move back to Tyler. Dr. Sarmiento is a member of the American Chiropractic Association, Texas Chiropractic Association, the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, and the Filipino American Association of East Texas. She is certified in RockTape, Graston Technique, and FAKTR (Functional and Kinetic Treatment with Rehab).
Lila has lived in the Tyler area since 1998. She graduated from massage school in 2009, and has been working for Natural Health Chiropractic ever since. She incorporates several different modalities into her therapeutic massage including myofacial, trigger point, massage cupping, deep tissue, AIS, PNF and Swedish massage. Lila focuses on pain relief, injury prevention, treatment of frozen shoulder and lower back pain management.
Angie Ortiz was born in Tyler Tx moved to El Paso Texas for 5 years then returned home.. A Graduate from Robert E. Lee High School. Attended and graduated from Stone School of Massage also a member of the ABMP Massage Association. Angie specializes in unique stretching methods that will help increase for greater flexibility helping to lower the risk of injury. She also uses a combination of Swedish,deep tissue, reflexology and other techniques to promote healing to the body. She also uses essential oils and diffuses them to create a relaxing aromatherapy for clients. She has been a massage therapist for since 2012.
Peggy is married to Michael McCarty and they have 5 children from 10 years of age to 20 years of age. Peggy has over 18 years in the medical field as she use to work as an LVN, medical biller, office manager and is now a licensed massage therapist. A graduate of Stone School of Massage, Peggy enjoys the rewarding career in therapeutic massage. Peggy individualizes each massage to her clients specific needs to work their problematic areas. "If I had to pick a specialty area of the body than it would have to be the neck, as the neck is my favorite part of the body to work with". Peggy not only does therapeutic massage but is now able to offer hot stone massage to our clients.
Chiropractors bring the musculoskeletal structure into proper alignment. Adjustments change the position for your body and apply pressure to particular points along the spine that are not properly aligned. We seek to care for the whole person, from general wellness to disease prevention. We examine every patient, not only for the reason of thier visit, but also their level of health. Chiropractic care can improve joint range of motion, ease medication dependence, increase circulation, enhance imuunity, help athletes prepare for, and recover from, strenuous workouts, lessen depression and anxiety, relieve migraine pain, release endorphinsamino acids that work as the body's natural pain killer, decrease the frequency of fibromyalgia flares, decrease the pain of arthritis, and mange stress.
Massage Therapy can be an integral part of chiropractic care and can be incorporated into chiropractic care for many reasons. A massage done at a local salon or spa of course feels wonderful, and can be incredibly rejuventing, however, chronic pain or fatigue can return rather quickly. This in part because the underlying cause of pain is not being addressed. On the other hand, a therapeutic massage performed along with the medical knowledge and guidance of a medical practitioner, like a chiropractor, can change the course of your rehabilitation. Massage therapy techniques include deep tissue, myofascial, trigger point, neuromuscular therapy, sweedish, and sports massage. Massage Therapy can help with Headaches and prenatal care.
Cupping therapy is a therapeutic treatment that targets inflammation, adhesions, and muscular/ connective tissue pain. It is combined wih massage techniques such as Swedish, deep tissue, myofacial, and trigger-point to lift and separate layers, increasing circulaiton and range of motion, and decreasing pain.