We are excited to announce that Kelli Evans will be joining the Hatch Chiropractic & Wellness Team, in January 2023 as our physical therapist..
Kelli Evans, MSPT, is excited to offer physical therapy services at Hatch Chiropractic & Wellness. Kelli received her degree from Washington University in St. Louis. She has over 30 years of experience in treating patients of all ages primarily in orthopedics.
Kelli focuses on helping patients gain function by improving muscle imbalances in the body, addressing spinal alignment, and treating in particular, headaches. Kelli also
treats balance and vestibular issues patients may be experiencing during the physical therapy sessions.
Kelli lives near Parker with her husband. They enjoy having two grown children and two grandchildren living close by. Kelli likes to hike in the mountains, snowshoe, kayak, paddleboard, garden, read, and spend time with her family.
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Choose Physical Therapy over Surgery
As the owner of a wellness clinic incorporating chiropractic, exercise therapy, physical therapy, acupuncture, and nutritional counseling I am often asked why one would choose natural holistic medicine in place of drugs and surgery.
My reply is often that as Americans we make up 5% of the world’s population and yet we consume 80% of the world’s pharmaceuticals in the U.S.. We spend over 2.5 times that of other developed countries per person on healthcare and yet in a recent study, we ranked 31 out 34 countries for overall health and wellness. In summary, if we are spending more on healthcare per capita than any other nation then why are we still so unhealthy? Some would say diet and smoking and yet many European countries eat a great deal more processed meats and grains than we do and smoke a great deal more and are still deemed healthy and live longer. Could it be that our “medicine” is killing us and making us sick? It’s a question that will require serious research and in a depth look.Dr. Ryan Hatch