Meet The Team
Chiropractor Craig Roberts D.C.
I was born and raised in the small town of Scandia, Minnesota. My family has utilized Chiropractic care since I was very young, and I feel fortunate to have had such exposure. I can remember walking past the local chiropractor's house when I was five or six. My father pointed out the house and said, "the man who lives there is a Chiropractor." "What's that?" I asked. "Chiropractors are doctors who don't use drugs or surgery--they heal with their hands." He then added, "Chiropractors are the doctors of the future." I was intrigued by Chiropractic from that point on.
In 1999 my wife, my first daughter, and myself headed for Western States Chiropractic College (WSCC) in Portland, Oregon. WSCC was the last school that D.D. Palmer, the founder of Chiropractic, founded in 1904. Oregon has the largest scope of practice for Chiropractors, and therefore a wide range of material was taught at the school including minor surgery, obstetrics, and pharmacology. I feel this broad scope has enhanced my capabilities as a Doctor as well as my effectiveness as a Chiropractor.
- 2003 Graduated valedictorian and Summa Cum Laude with honors from Western States Chiropractic College
- 2003 Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
- 2005 Qualified Medical Examiner for the state of California
- 2006 Chiropractic Certification in Spinal Trauma
- 2007 Diplomate in Chiropractic Neurology
- Published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Chiropractic Medicine
- Advanced training in soft tissue techniques including ART, Graston, and Fascial release (FAKTR)
I enjoy using every treatment modality at my disposal to make patients better than they’ve been as fast as possible. I’ve had the privilege of working with professional and high level athletes from many fields including football, powerlifting, bodybuilding, martial arts, kayaking, running, multiple track events, crossfitters and triathletes to name a few.
In my free time I enjoy spending time with my wife and three daughters, cycling, weightlifting, making music, organic farming, building, and exploring the Sierras.
LIBBY WOODS, PERSONAL TRAINER
Libby has been teaching exercise and movement for 7+ years. She studied under her strength coach, specializing in traditional kettlebell lifts. In 2016 she completed her personal training certificate at Sierra College. Libby has experience teaching people of all ages how to safely get strong and active. Libby is passionate about helping her clients get out of pain and feel physically empowered.
AMY ZUHLKE, MASSAGE THERAPIST
After 15 years of competitive sports, followed by 9 years of chronic back pain, and seeing both of my sisters undergo herniated disc surgery before the age of 21, I had nearly resigned myself to a life of pain and inactivity. Fortunately, through diligent practice and self-care, I am now pain free and as active as I have ever been! Through personal experience (and countless hours of education) I have developed a passion for pain relief via postural assessment and correction. I believe that given the right ideas and tools, we can change our lives for the better, and I am committed to sharing my knowledge and experience with those in search.
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