Dr.Blair W. CoppChiropractor
Blair W. Copp is an AZ chiropractor who serves Peoria and the surrounding communities. Dr. Copp is a nationally board certified chiropractic physician and uses chiropractic care to improve the health and wellness in all areas of patient's lives, whether they are having problems with back pain or neck pain, or just want to start feeling better when they wake up in the morning.
Banessa HerreraLicensed Massage Therapist
Banessa, a native of California moved to Arizona in 2000. She has been a licensed massage therapist for 11 years after graduating from Apollo College. Banessa's favorite modalities are trigger point, Swedish, prenatal, and cranial sacral. In an effort to find new techniques to help improve her massage techniques, Banessa became a Reiki Master in 2017. One of the greatest reiki benefits is stress reduction and relaxation. In her free time, Banessa loves to go to games such as basketball, baseball, football and hockey. She also enjoys going to shows with her family and friends.
Jennifer GardinerLicensed Massage Therapist
Jennifer attended the Arizona School of Massage Therapy - Phoenix Campus. She graduated in December of 2010, completing their Professional Massage Therapy program. She received her license to practice in the State of Arizona in March of 2011. Since then, Jennifer has been happily practicing massage. In June of 2013 she joined the fantastic team at Healing Touch Chiropractic. In 2015 Jennifer went back to school to learn about skin care.
Bethanie FreshourLicensed Massage Therapist
Bethanie has been a massage therapist for almost 10 years, after graduating from the Arizona School of Massage Therapy. She approaches massage as both a physical and spiritual healing process. Usually physical pain transfers into shorter tempers, impatience, loss of energy, and can lead to stages of depression. This is not good for everyday living. Most individuals believe they have to live with this physical and emotional pain. This is widely a misconception. Massage is a fascinating tool with several modalities (types of massage) that allows us to address certain areas where the pain can be the most intense and alleviate it. Bethanie’s favorite modalities for alleviating chronic pain are a combination of therapies that include deep tissue (moderate to deep, but she does not perform extreme deep tissue massage), trigger point, relaxation techniques, and injury protocols. This allows her to work down to the deeper layer of muscles and address anything that could be referring pain. She also highly recommends the deep heat treatment with these types of massages, as it allows for a deeper massage without some of the pain. The Prosage and Biofreeze also continues to work after the massage, allowing for faster recovery and less soreness.
Cranial sacral therapy is another modality she will sometimes use to alleviate an assortment of conditions including sinus pressure, headaches (including migraines), stress, balance issues, and in some cases- sleep disorders. This is an interesting modality where the effects can last up to 72 hours. Some of the most stubborn and vicious headaches can be alleviated with this modality.