Douglas C. Wright, D.C., C.C.S.P.
Dr. Wright is a 1995 graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic. He has postgraduate degrees in Acupuncture and is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician. He has served as the team physician for the Hillsboro High School and Jefferson College athletic departments.
Dr. Wright treats an array of conditions with an emphasis on educating his patients about their diagnoses, providing quicker than average recovery, and equipping his patients with the means to prevent recurrence.
He offers a variety of treatment options and has experience many complex neurological and musculoskeletal disorders. Dr. Wright's unique expertise in the field of Acupuncture has benefited patients with even the most difficult of cases.
Dr. Wright enjoys golfing, backpacking, camping, and canoeing. He coaches youth football, and with four kids of his own, he and his wife keep busy with all their sports and other activities.
Joshua R. Browning, D.C.
Dr. Browning completed his chiropractic training in 2013 at Logan College of Chiropratic. He graduated with honors in both clinical excellence and research. He is the current team physician for the Hillsboro High School athletic department. Dr. Browning is currently completing his postgraduate degree in advanced orthopedics.
Dr. Browning is the area's leader in evidence-based conservative healthcare. His broad knowledge of the latest research and treatment advances allows him to successfully manage many complex conditions with proven interventions.
He is proud to offer 'treat and release,' short term chiropractic care. His philosophy is centered around providing patients with accurate diagnoses and rapidly eliminating their pain.
In his spare time, Dr. Browning bowls semi-professionally and coaches the Quonset Lanes Youth Bowling Program.
Christine Beeson, L.M.T.
Christine Beeson is a licensed massage therapist and has been in practice for eight years. She completed her massage training at Allied College and holds a national certification.
Christine specializes in therapeutic massage. She treats a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions. She routinely works directly with Drs. Wright and Browning, assisting with conditions needing extended soft tissue treatment.
Prior to massage, Christine worked as a physical therapist assistant. This experience has allowed Christine to develop a deep understanding of many musculoskeletal conditions. In addition to massage, Christine assists patients with home exercise programs and stretching.
Christine is currently completing her specialization is medical massage. She spends her time running long distance races. Christine also advocates strongly for Autism Awareness.