Dr. Cho's inspiration to become a chiropractor came at the age of 16, when he injured his low back while playing very competitive soccer. He visited a chiropractor through a neighbor’s referral, and it turned out to be a LIFE CHANGING experience. While studying Sports Medicine in college, he knew he wanted to become a chiropractor. The goal was to blend the body’s ability to heal itself with the functional improvement of injured structures using sports medicine. That goal became a reality when he joined the medical staff of the Seattle Sounders professional soccer team.
Dr. Cho continues to be actively involved with the local sports community and has been serving the Bellevue and Greater Seattle Area for 20 years.
Laurel is passionate about her career and helping others. With her extensive training and experience, she uses an array of modalities to meet your specific needs and goals. These include Deep Tissue, Lomi Lomi, Sports Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Medical Massage, Pregnancy Massage, Swedish Massage, Acupressure, Contemporary Cupping, Chair Massage and Aromatherapy. Laurel believes that best results are achieved with clear communication about your treatment and understanding of your history and daily activities.
Laurel also shares her knowledge of health and fitness with her local community as a class instructor at the local YMCA and a certified yoga instructor.
Diane recently moved here from Calgary, Canada, where she received her 1100hr Massage Certification from Mount Royal University. During her 7-year career as a massage therapist, she has become especially skilled in Deep Tissue and Neuromuscular Massage, which she has found to be very effective for active people, athletes, and anyone experiencing pain or discomfort. Diane has advanced certification in whiplash treatment and pre/post-natal massage techniques. She especially enjoys helping people recover from injuries and working with pregnant women.
Her best skill is her ability to tailor a massage to her client’s wants and needs. Diane believes that each person is unique, and so, each massage should be unique.