We help you change your stance on life.

Our goal is to help you get back to doing the things you love, and empower you to trust your body to keep on doing them. Whatever has been holding you back from feeling enthusiastic about your work, enjoying family time, or throwing yourself into your passions and hobbies, we want to help you over the obstacle and pour yourself more fully into your life and the world. When your spine and nervous system are moving freely and functioning fully, it’s easier for you to be the person you know you’re supposed to be, do the things you love, and stop holding yourself back.

Doctor Z, chiropractor and posture wizard

Doctor Z

There is a vitality, a life force, an energy, a quickening, that is translated through you into action, and because there is only one of you in all time, this expression is unique.

-Martha Graham

Healing means returning to that sense of joyful participation with life and the world that we are born with, despite all the things that have happened between birth and now. It may also mean pain dropping away and illness resolving. It means your uniqueness  coming out into the world, where it is needed.

I was diagnosed with multiple epiphyseal dysplasia (a genetic defect in the growth of my long bones) when I was 12 years old, and underwent a series of corrective surgeries to reduce the knee pain I had been experiencing since I was 7. Because of these surgeries, I can walk relatively normally and painlessly, now. I have spent years learning to manage the challenges that the condition and surgeries created, and apply everything I continue to learn from my own body to working with yours. I take particular delight, therefore, in working with “special” bodies; i.e., those  who also have a history of surgery, early injury, or genetic variation (such as scoliosis, for instance).

I  have been passionate about serving the LGBTQ, poly, and kinky communities since I began working in health and wellness, and actively welcome trans, queer, poly, and kinky people to join my practice in full confidence of being a part of an affirming, celebratory community.