DR. PAIGE MEYER
I’ve worked on bodies of all shapes, sizes, and states of health. I have a gentle, whole-body approach to chiropractic.
Education / Training
- Southern California University of Health Sciences – Doctorate of Chiropractic
- Montana State University – Bachelors of Art in English Literature
- Health Works Institute – Massage Therapy Program
- Montana State Board of Chiropractic Examiners – Licensed Chiropractor
- Ra Yoga Teacher Training – Lead Anatomy Instructor
How did you decide to go into your field?
After working for nearly a decade as a massage therapist, becoming a chiropractor was the natural evolution of the hands-on bodywork and thoughtful diagnostic analysis I was looking for! I had several phenomenal mentors along the way who showed me that chiropractic care really could be a healing art. Also, I LOVE being adjusted!
What makes you unique in your field?
I consider myself an empathetic, intuitive, and patient-centered practitioner (and I honestly hope that’s NOT unique in my field!) I also specialize in deep, structural bodywork and myofascial reorganizing. My expertise is not limited to one particular condition but rather focused on individuals who are ready to feel better in their bodies. And while I love a traditional chiropractic adjustment as much as the next person, my focus during treatment is often on manipulating the soft tissues to create movement and flow in the body.
What makes you excited about your work?
I love this field for so many reasons! But primarily because engaging with patients in this way is the perfect combination of critical, evidence-based thinking and a healer’s intuition. I’m so grateful for my patient’s trust – and seeing them not just survive in their bodies but THRIVE as a physical being – is fulfilling beyond words.
Favorite musician? Favorite food? Favorite TV show this year?
Currently, Tyler Childers. Pepperoni pizza (maybe there are some black olives involved. I don’t know. Let’s not fight about this). The Bureau