Meet Dr. Shane
All his life, Shane has loved moving his body and excelled at it. Growing up he played competitive soccer, was a high school star pitcher (SouthPaw!) and quarterback. In his adult years, he's taken up rock climbing, road cycling, mountain biking, skiing, swimming, surfing, golf, triathlon, tennis, and running, not to mention weekly soccer games with a local adult league.
This love for the human body and movement led Shane to chiropractic school. He graduated from Palmer Chiropractic College West in 2000 and has been in practice ever since. He's performed over 70,000 adjustments and takes great pride in helping his patients get out of pain and stay out of pain.
His driving passion for chiropractic and athletic performance is rooted in the idea that our body is the vehicle in which we live our life. Taking care of our physical body is required in order to fully live the life we choose.
When Shane is taking a break from his busy schedule of playing outside, he loves to spend time with his family. He and his wife, Alicia, homeschool their three children (ages 16, 11, and 9); this leaves lots of time for afternoon adventures: hikes, sports, and exploring the beauty all around.
Some little-known facts about Shane: he makes tasty Mexican food (including refried beans from scratch), his permanent job at home is Head Dishwasher and Chief Organizer, and he can't resist biscotti dipped in dark chocolate pudding. In quiet moments, you'll find him listening to Tom Petty and 80's rock.