Our team of highly rated chiropractic care, massage therapy, and athletic training professionals are dedicated to providing you with the highest quality health and wellness care to meet your needs.
Dr. Niall Dillan
Dr. Niall Dillan is originally from Seattle. He finished his doctoral degree in 2011 at Life Chiropractic College West in Hayward, CA and has been practicing in Seattle ever since. Dr. Dillan started seeing a Chiropractor at an early age and has been receiving Chiropractic care throughout his life. Dr. Dillan promotes the ideal that a healthy spine is essential to a healthy life.
Besides being a Chiropractic patient Dr. Dillan finds regular exercise and a healthy diet are pillars to a properly functioning body. You can find him many days out of the week running around Greenlake. In his free time, Dr. Dillan enjoys outdoor activities like hiking, fishing, skiing, and boating with his friends and family.Book With Niall
Sean Harken, ATC
Sean is our resident Certified Athletic Trainer and born and raised in Hawaii. Sean attended Portland State University where he received his Bachelors in Exercise Science and Pacific University for Graduate studies in Athletic Training. He is new to Washington, however, loves the Pacific Northwest and has been a resident for several years.
Sean believes that functional rehabilitation and strengthening are great additions to chiropractic care. His approach is a systematic process of looking at the body as a whole to find the primary source of movement dysfunction and pain. This drives his rehabilitation to focus on restoring proper posture and movement patterns essential for pain-free movement in everyday life. He also believes that continuing education is the key to providing the most up to date and effective treatments to patients.
Outside of work Sean enjoys leading an active lifestyle which includes recreational basketball, hiking, and snowboarding.Book With Sean
Adam Tong, LMP
Massage throughout my life has always been a wonderful experience. When I was younger I have memories of my mother and various friends requesting a massage for achy shoulders or tension in their back. No matter the length of the massage session, it was always appreciated and they felt better than before!
All through school and my practice, unraveling the structure of the human body has been both challenging and rewarding; no-one body is ever the same. Being the person who helps people feel more complete gives me great pride in what I do.
I graduated from Cortiva Institute – School of Massage Therapy in 2013 where I transitioned into a more medical approach to massage. At Cortiva I learned Swedish massage, myofascial release, deep tissue massage, trigger point, tender point techniques, client communication and other approaches to help facilitate the recovery of my clients. I blend my work in an efficient and present client participatory session to help bring more awareness to the client’s body. My goal in treatment work is to make long-lasting progress. I look forward to helping you regain optimal function of your body… and beyond!Book With Adam
Joey Babauta, LMP
Dysfunction within the body can be mere by-products of how we use it. Without proper maintenance, an active or sedentary lifestyle can set one up for injuries & chronic holding patterns that eventually manifest as tension & pain.
As a bodyworker, Joey seeks to restore balance & movement within the body. He uses a diverse set of assessment skills that allows him to devise the best possible treatment plan. He employs techniques that are effective in realigning structure while maintaining a safe space for the nervous system to incorporate his style of work.
Joey is methodical in his approach, works with great specificity in each area of the body, & assigns simple self-care homework to mitigate symptoms between each session. His fundamental goal is a long-lasting change that leaves you feeling more comfortable in your body.Book With Joey
Kendra Graham, LMP
After spending years in the service industry, Kendra decided to finally put massage school back on the front burner. Having always been an anatomy and physiology enthusiast, she attended the University of Western States looking for scientific answers to all of her questions. There Kendra learned neuromuscular techniques, myofascial release, sports massage, passive release, trigger point therapy and cupping. Later, she went back for an intra oral endorsement course.
The foundation of massage to Kendra is tensegrity; the idea that the body is like a sweater and when you pull one side the other side gets pulled to, meaning everything is connected. When the body is in pain you can find structural compensation patterns which help lead to the source of pain. Finding the source of everyone’s pain and ending the pain-spasm cycle is Kendra’s goal, so everyone can walk out feeling taller than ever.
When she isn’t helping others out of pain, you can find Kendra hiking, studying Japanese, or spending time with her cat.Book With Kendra