This week, YPOD toured Pathfinder Chiropractic in Bodo, Durango.
Drs. Garett and Haley Roop — chiropractor duo/husband and wife team — opened Pathfinder Chiropractic 5 years ago. This year, they welcomed a third doctor, Dr. Chris Keirnan, to their staff. As for the rest of their office staff, many are devoted former patients who experienced chiropractic miracles and never left… including YPOD member, Mackenzie!
YPODs strolled through the office’s various rooms, grabbing snacks, meeting the staff, and learning a bit about chiropractic work. By taking infrared temperature readings on our necks, Dr. Keirnan was able to give some feedback about our spinal nerve balance.
Pathfinder Chiropractic focuses especially on treating families, pregnant women, babies, and children. Drs. Haley and Garett are even certified in chiropractic care tailored for pregnancy and birth — called Webster technique.
It was surprising to learn that problems seemingly unrelated to the spine, such as hives, eczema, childhood bedwetting, digestive issues, and anxiety are often alleviated by chiropractic treatment.
Pathfinder Chiropractic is clearly involved with our community, and hosts activities such as an annual fundraiser called “Wines & Spines,” food drives, holiday fundraisers, free educational “Lunch and Learns” for local businesses, and more.
The doctors at Pathfinder are very happy to have landed in Durango. While there are several chiropractors in town, there is more than enough work to go around, and they believe, above all else — the more people who can receive chiropractic care, the better.
Writer: Maddie Côté