Wes Rickman DC, CSCS
Dr. Wes Rickman is originally from Colorado Springs, Colorado. He moved to Tallahassee, Florida to study at Florida State University and compete for the Seminoles as a NCAA athlete in cross country and track & field. In 2013, he graduated with his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science. Dr. Rickman then attended Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in Toronto, Canada where he received his Doctorate of Chiropractic.
While at CMCC, Dr. Rickman participated in the Rehab 2 Performance club on campus to “bridge the gap” between differing health professionals (medical, sports performance), in addition to working as a personal strength coach in a gym clinic setting. Dr. Rickman has extensively sought out formal training in treatment techniques that focus on preventing and rehabilitating injuries incurred from sports and active lifestyles; particularly for runners and other endurance athletes. His clinical practice focuses on movement assessment/rehab, sports injuries, and myofascial pain.
Dr. Rickman is a strong advocate of preventative care and places an emphasis on educating patients on how to manage their own conditions and reduce future injuries. He is certified in Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS), Sports First Responder and Active Release Technique. Dr. Rickman is a member of the Colorado Chiropractic Association, the American Chiropractic Association, and the Canadian Chiropractic Association.
Kim Schemahorn: Licensed Massage Therapist
Kim is a licensed massage therapist and a Colorado native. She has over 5 years of medical massage therapy experience and enjoys sharing her health and fitness knowledge with others. She spends her free time rock climbing, mountain biking,
During her treatments Kim uses deep, slow, broad massage strokes to help loosen fascial restrictions and release trigger points, while incorporating sports massage and neuromuscular therapy when needed. Kim is also certified in pre-natal massage and craniosacral therapy.
Dana Reynolds: Scheduling/Front Desk
Originally from Southern California, Dana has been living in Colorado since 2008. Before her move, she obtained a bachelor’s degree in psychology from California State University, Northridge. She also has an extensive background in martial arts, and has been practicing both Kung Fu and Tai Chi for twelve years. During her time as an instructor, Dana became interested in studying the concept of chi (qi), and incorporated it into her classes by using a variety of methods such as meditation, qi-gong, and breathing techniques. She found great satisfaction in guiding students along the path to a healthier and more relaxed way of life. Dana is also a passionate animal lover.