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Brian Graff is a Certified Active Release Technique (ART) provider that joined Adkins Chiropractic in September 2011. He earned his massage therapist certification as valedictorian of his class, is National Board Certified and inducted into Alpha Beta Kappa National Society. Brian has treated athletes at the Ironman World Championships and has also provided care to local marathons for competing athletes. His current ART certifications include full body and long track nerve entrapment. He works in the treatment rooms performing ART as well as assisting Dr. Adkins in the care and treatment of injured patients. Brian has lived in Alaska for over 20 years and is an avid fisherman and outdoor enthusiast.
Shelly Lindell is a Licensed Massage Therapist and Certified Active Release Technique (ART) provider that joined Adkins Chiropractic in June 2016. Her education includes:
Shelly received her LMT certification from Colorado School of Healing Arts in 2002 and has been practicing ART since 2010. Shelly began her Massage practice in McMurdo Station, Antarctica. From the bottom of the continent, she went to the top and began working in Denali, AK, eventually arriving and staying in Anchorage. Shelly has had the honor to be mentored by amazing Chiropractors, PT’s and other LMT’s, one of the most influential being Dr. Adkins. Given the education she has received, it is safe to say no two treatments are ever the same. They are tailored to each individual based on the information received from the patient and their doctor. Shelly believes in partnering with patients in their personal journey toward wellness. She has also been fortunate to be able to partner with other health care professionals to provide the best possible care to her patients. “I always offer my services to other professionals, in hopes that together, we can bring the client back to health and well-being.” In her free time, she loves the outdoors, “where I recharge my batteries.” Biking, hiking, skiing, snowboarding, camping, fishing and triathlon training. She especially loves being entertained by her four legged furry friends and her husband. Her commitment to activity helps her understand your need to be able to continue your daily work and active lifestyle. “It’s been my privilege and an honor to care for and partner with people in their journey of wellness, in mind, body and soul.”
Lillian Crayton is a licensed massage therapist that joined Adkins Chiropractic in June 2017. Lillian, a lifelong Alaskan, graduated high school from Anchorage Christian Schools and became involved in the Miss Alaska Scholarship Foundation. The money she won from competing in pageants helped her complete 2 years at UAA, striving for a Bachelor's Degree in Physical Education, as well as a full ride scholarship to the Alaska Career College where she graduated as class speaker and valedictorian of her massage class. Lillian is dedicated to providing patients with effective treatments tailored to each individual's needs to promote general relaxation, alleviate chronic pain, improve sports performance, increase mobility, speed up injury recovery time and ultimately educate and help patients develop a healthy lifestyle and well-being. You can see Lillian at the front desk and in the back office as she assists throughout the office with patient care. In her free time she enjoys exploring what Alaska has to offer. She participates in a plethora of outdoor activities that promote an active lifestyle. She truly believes that if you take care of your body, mind and soul...it will take care of you.
Kati Hackenberger is our office manager and billing coordinator. She keeps things running smoothly throughout the day and is an integral part of the Adkins Chiropractic team. Kati is extremely helpful to our patients and is happy to answer any questions about your insurance or billing. She graduated from South Anchorage High School and continued her education at Evergreen State College in Washington, Metropolitan State College of Denver, UAA and Alaska Pacific University. She earned her Health Services Administration degree and joined the Adkins Chiropractic team in July 2011. She enjoys yoga, soccer as well as exploring the Alaskan outdoors with her two pups.
Kamuela Williams is a Chiropractic Assistant and patient advocate. She works closely with Dr. Adkins assisting him with patient care in the exam and treatment rooms. Kamu has been in Alaska her whole life and graduated from Eagle River High School. On her days off she enjoys spending time exercising, hiking and exploring Alaska with her husband and child.
|Shannon Edmiston is one of our Front Office Assistants. She has lived in Alaska her whole life and graduated from Chugiak High School in 2013. She is continuing her education at UAA. Shannon joined the Adkins Chiropractic Team in November of 2016. She enjoys going on adventures through Alaska and traveling with her family and friends.|
The staff from the front desk all the way up to Dr Adkins is always positive as well as professional. I always leave the office feeling better physically as well as in good spirits. They all truly care about each patient's health and do their best to get the treatments you need on your schedule! I was a Chiropractic skeptic before coming here, and I was very honest about that with Dr Adkins. He and his staff have since convinced me that at least in their case, it really is about our health and longevity. Other Chiro's I've dealt with were about the long term paycheck, NOT here, at Adkins Chiropractic, the whole staff is really great. Like I said from everyone at the desk, to ART and Massage, all the way up to Dr Adkins, This practice is built on making people feel better. (Bonus, they have been a dream to work with on Work Comp cases too, not just personal conditions)!
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