time to blog!

We thought it was time to get a blog going, so here you go Midvale, Utah: a blog about chiropractic and massage stuffs.  And it’s ok if you’re not from Midvale, everyone’s invited!

First things first: introductions!

Dr. Eric L. Cheney, DC

Dr. Cheney completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He then went on to earn his Doctorate degree in Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. In 2009 Dr Cheney completed a clinic abroad in India helping hundreds of underprivileged children and adults. Dr. Cheney has advanced knowledge in many chiropractic techniques and is able to use that knowledge to find the right combination for each patient’s individual needs. His goal is to not only help people get well, but to help people stay well.

Gretchen Cheney, LMT

Gretchen is a graduate of the Institute of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork in Davenport, IA. Her training includes technique in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Prenatal, Hot Stone Therapy, and Reflexology. Before relocating to Salt Lake City, Gretchen worked in both Chiropractic clinic and Day Spa settings. She brings a blended experience of therapy and relaxation to the Balanced Health family.

Tasha Johnson, LMT

Tasha completed her massage studies in Las Vegas, NV in 2006. In addition to traditional massage protocols, Tasha completed extensive postgraduate training in Spinal Touch Therapy, a soft tissue approach to correcting postural distortions. Her experience and expertise is a great asset to everyone at Balanced Health.

It’s nice to meet you!  Stay tuned for more.

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