All Good Things Come To An End,
          BUT
                    New Things Begin!

No Dr. Anderson is not retiring, but he IS moving on to a new adventure:
 
Three years ago, the VA came calling and asking me to become their chiropractor at the new Missoula Clinic.  I could not bring myself to leave our patients.

Last year, they came calling again.  This time, things were different.  These are two doctors I knew would continue my legacy of caring for patients as friends and family.  They are both good Chiropractors, but more importantly, they are both just good people.  (For more information, please see their bios at the end of this announcement)

 I know my patients are in good hands, in more ways than one. I hope you get to know them as well as you know my family and I. 
 

Here are a few important Dates:

*August 24th - my last day in the clinic 

*August 26th – BBQ - I will be holding a barbecue in the parking lot as a time to say good bye, thank you for your love and trust throughout the years, and introduce you to your new Doctors.
*August 28th - starting my new adventure at the VA.
 
We will be in contact with you via e-mail and letter to fill you in on all the details.

Dr. Anderson, Sandy, and Jessica thank you from the bottom of our hearts and will miss you more than you can know. 

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  • Dr. Emily Diaz

    Dr. Emily Diaz, D.C. was born and raised in a small town in southwestern Wisconsin. She grew up active and spending time in the outdoors, playing soccer, volleyball, track and basketball and enjoying hiking, camping and hunting with her family. She attended the University of Wisconsin Madison (Go Badgers!) for her undergraduate degree, majoring in Biology with a minor in Global Health. Following undergrad, she moved south a few hours and started school at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, where she took a number of techniques, got to study under an extremely talented pediatric doc, practiced in the sports rehabilitation clinic and started to play rugby! She visited Missoula for the first time through the famous rugby tournament, Maggotfest, and fell in love and moved here after graduation. Dr. Em is absolutely thrilled to have finally found somewhere she can follow her passion for serving others while being in a place she truly loves. Dr. Em' s favorite thing about chiropractic is the holistic, whole-body approach it takes on health care and she truly loves being able to help people find their optimal health. Dr. Em utilizes diversified techniques, cupping, dry needling and Webster technique for prenatal care.

  • Dr. Maricelli

    Dr. Maricelli is originally from Clearwater, MT and grew up hunting, fishing and enjoying the great Montana outdoors. An avid athlete, Dr. Glen played many sports growing up in Missoula and eventually attended Life University in Atlanta, Georgia as an All-American rugby player. During his time there, he used chiropractic care to keep active and playing on the field. This inspired him to pursue a chiropractic education at Palmer College in Iowa. Dr. Maricelli's passion for chiropractic originates in its non-invasive techniques, which he has seen produce astounding results. He truly enjoys getting to meet and help people and especially athletes of all ages. He uses diversified techniques, IASTM, cranial techniques and CFR.

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