Our Mission

Help people achieve holistic health through a deeper understanding of their specific needs to give customized care, individual instruction, and personal encouragement.

Our Vision

To become a trusted partner that helps people and inspires our community to live healthier, more active lives.

Our Values

Body, Brain & Balance

Better health comes through a combination of body, brain, and balance. These three “B’s” are our guiding principles to achieving a happier, healthier, and fuller life.

Invest Time to Do the Right Care

Your time is priceless. We invest the time to ensure we deliver the results you need while providing the care you deserve.

Customized to Individual Needs –  No Two People Are Alike

We learn, treat, and adapt to your needs. We customize our care to help you reach your health goals.

Long Term Health Solution

Nothing happens overnight. Better health is a journey, not a destination. You deserve to be healthy and we want to be your lifelong partner.

We are a Team

Good health is a struggle. It takes a team effort to cross the finish line. We understand where we fit and work together to help you achieve success.

Our Team

Dr. Becca Taylor

What drove you to choose this profession?

As a competitive tennis player, I dealt with shoulder pain for six years. In college, after about one and a half years of an hour a day in the training room just for my shoulder, the trainers sent me to a chiropractor. Three weeks later, I had my first pain-free tennis match in six years. My instinct was to start along that career path, but I continued my degree in physics and mathematics. That summer I had an internship at Johns Hopkins for biomedical engineering. All summer I became more intrigued by the body and realized more and more that I couldn’t have a computer job. I knew I wanted to help others as my chiropractor had helped me.

Schooling and Experience:

  • Doctor of Chiropractic from the University of Western States
  • Bachelor of Science in Physics and Mathematics from Linfield College

What is the ultimate goal you want for your clients?

To help my clients achieve a healthy and active life.

What do you love to do outside of the practice?

I love playing the game that has inspired me and got me where I am today: tennis.

Andrea Aanonson

What drove you to choose this profession?

It was amazingly simple for me, just seeing everyday people in pain. Whether it was observing a young person limping down the street while dining at a restaurant or watching an elderly person slowly bend over and grimace, I hate to see people in pain. I just wanted to sit them down for five minutes to give them relief through massage, provide sound education to help them through their pain, and help them feel better. That is my motivating factor in becoming a massage therapist.

Schooling and Experience:

  • Licensed Massage Therapist from The Seattle School of Massage

What is the ultimate goal you want for your clients?

The main goal for clients is to have them experience pain-free living. I want to teach each of them to listen to their bodies, then use massage as a tool in that healing process.

What do you love to do outside of the practice?

When not helping people through massage, I enjoy studying and researching the bible, camping, hiking, and travel.

B’s Chiropractic

Certifications | Accreditations

  • Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC)
  • Functional Range Conditioning mobility specialist (FRCms)
  • Functional Range Release Practitioner (FRR)
  • Strong First Kettlebell Instructor
  • CPR/AED Certified
  • Postural Restoration Institute (PRI)

What drove you to choose this profession?

I’ve always been interested in and fascinated by the relationship between human movement and exercise. This is what drove me to become a certified athletic trainer. Because of this, I initially focused on sports medicine, working directly with athletes on and off the field to help with their movements during exercise, allowing them to better understand their bodies and perform optimally. After graduating, I transitioned my focus and experience of working with athletes to the clinical setting. Now, I enjoy working alongside chiropractors to help with movement challenges and provide athletic training to a variety of patients.

Schooling and Experience:

  • Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from San Jose State University
  • Two seasons of athletic training internship with the San Francisco 49ers
  • Two seasons of athletic training internship with the San Jose Earthquakes
  • 6+ years as an athletic trainer in the chiropractic setting

What is the ultimate goal you want for your clients?

My goal is to teach patients how to move their joints and body better, helping each gain independence in daily life through exercise. I also want to give patients lifelong tools to take care of their own bodies.

What do you love to do outside of the practice?

While I enjoy providing athletic training and exercises for patients, I also love to exercise. When
I’m not exercising, some of my hobbies are cooking, running, hiking, backpacking, camping, and snowboarding.

Brandi Punch

What drove you to choose this profession?

Becoming a massage therapist was not my first choice in life. It was meant to serve as a bridge for supporting my family while pursuing a degree in Civil Engineering. As I jumped into the profession and learned more, the work was very comfortable for me and I really loved what massage therapy was about. During training and sessions, I recognized that I can make lives better by providing one on one, focused attention and energy to people. And it’s wonderful to see people walk out of my sessions with more fulfilled lives.

Schooling and Experience

  • Seven years massage therapy experience
  • Training from Ancient Arts
  • Coursework in cupping therapy
  • Training in Cranial Sacral at Bastyr University

What is the ultimate goal you want for your clients?

To teach my clients how important it is to take care of themselves. As much as I can help, I want to instill that the best person to take care of your body is yourself. I am here to help, guiding clients on how to manage or relieve pain. This pain could lead to unhappiness, anger, or even depression. My goal is to help clients release that negative energy through massage. But ultimately I want to help them recognize that if they do the right things, they will feel better and will only need to use me when it’s necessary.

What do you love to do outside of the practice?

When not providing massage therapy for clients, I love traveling. I enjoy getting out of town, whether it is camping or hiking with my family or going somewhere to catch a concert, visit a museum, or better yet, going to a sporting event like a Timber or Trailblazers game.

Kelsey Tangaro

What drove you to choose this profession?

My road to working in the chiropractic industry was not as linear as some. Before I joined B’s Chiropractic, I owned and operated my childcare business in Butte, Montana, shortly after I graduated high school and continued to run it for almost 8 years. Shortly after getting married, my husband’s job needed us to relocate to the Tri-Cities and I chose to close my business and we moved to Washington.

Once here, I began to work on getting myself healthy after years of dealing with an uncontrolled autoimmune disease. Chiropractic care was one of the things I started doing weekly to help deal with symptoms. So, when I came across the receptionist position at B’s Chiropractic, I was excited for the opportunity to learn more about Chiropractic care and leverage my business management skills.

Schooling and experience

  • Small business owner
  • Entrepreneurship

What is the ultimate goal you want for clients?

Providing a wonderful experience at B’s Chiropractic. I love getting to interact with the patients and getting to hear how their adjustments help them too!

What do you love to do outside of the practice?

Outside of work, I enjoy spending time at home with my husband and dog, watching movies, making crafts and shopping.

What drove you to choose this profession?

I joined the B’s Chiropractic family two days before the opening of the practice and never have looked back. It’s been great to come to work every day to help the team with customer service and interact with clients.

What is the ultimate goal you want for your clients?

My goal one day is to become a therapy dog, but for now, I enjoy being an office manager and barking doorbell. But through some more training, I’ll get to my goal soon.

What do you love to do outside of the practice?

Outside and inside of work, like a mini golden doodle, I enjoy taking walks as much as I can. As a patient at our office, feel free to grab my favorite leash and take me for a stroll around our neighborhood.

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