Kati Schwabe, DC, CCSP®
I'm Dr. Kati Schwabe. I knew from a very young age that I wanted to do something in the world that would help people to live better lives. In fact, my first hint at Chiropractic may have come from walking on my dad’s back when I was just a child.
After graduating from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse with a Biology degree focused on Human Anatomy and Physiology, I moved to Seattle to pursue a career in Massage Therapy. Eventually I moved my practice to the beautiful mountains of Colorado. Having a long career in Massage Therapy prior to becoming a Chiropractor has really allowed me to develop a strong understanding and an intuition of the body and soft tissue. I’ve been doing bodywork for over 20 years! I believe this is one of the things that makes me very different than many other providers and adds a unique ability to read the body and integrate soft tissue work into your care.
After deciding that it was time to return to a passion I had long discussed, I completed and graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in San Jose, CA. During my time there, I was an active participant on campus, an all too familiar fixture in the library, a Campus Guide, and member of the Palmer West Sports Council, which has become the model for Chiropractic sports councils across the nation. This allowed me invaluable on-field experience with amateur and professional athletes at such events as the National Senior Games – Stanford University, Sea Otter Classic cycling event – Monterey, and the US Half Marathon – San Francisco, among others.
As a former college rugby player and someone who loves to get outside whether it be snowboarding, mountain biking, or just a walk around the neighborhood, I understand how important it is to keep you out moving and doing what you love.
I love that I get to contribute to the health, wellness, and happiness of this community every day!
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Dr. Malia Weinandt
I was first drawn to chiropractic care in middle school when I'd tag along with my mother to her visits. It was inspiring to see a healthcare provider sit down, truly listen, and work to with the body to support its natural
healing systems. I immediately knew this was what I wanted to do.
I grew up in small town South Dakota and made the move up to the great north where I attended the University of Minnesota Twin Cities to complete my bachelor's degree in Kinesiology with a minor in Spanish. During my time there, my focus on health led me to work in a variety of settings from the university's athletic training room rehabbing Division I athletes to a residential facility providing treatment for people with physical and developmental disabilities.
I went on to obtain my Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Northwestern Health Sciences. My interest in providing individuals with high quality, patient centered care has further developed into an additional passion for women’s, maternal, and infant health. I have sought out additional training in pregnancy and pediatrics through becoming Webster certified and enrolling in additional courses on prenatal care, postpartum care, tongue ties, and pain science education. Due to my own personal experiences navigating the difficulties of health and injury, I hope to be a source of aid, education, and empowerment to patients.
Using diversified adjusting, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, drop table, myofascial release, and more, it's my goal to help patients get back to doing what they love.
In my free time, you'll find me out on a hike with my sweet rescue pup Rui, snowboarding, walking around the city's newest art exhibit, or trying out a new matcha recipe.
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