Dr. Kinney (formally Moser) was born in Brazil and raised in Central Washington where she still keeps a close relationship with her family. She graduated from Central Washington University with a Bachelor of Arts in Biology, then went on to graduate with a Doctorate in Chiropractic at Western States Chiropractic College in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Kinney spent her last three months on a preceptorship with two fellow doctors in the Seattle area where she found her foundation in patient care and practice management . Dr. Kinney consistently lives a healthy lifestyle and wants to instill the same values in her patients through quality care, home exercise, and nutritional guidance . Her love of the profession will shine through at Performance and Spine Chiropractic Center and make a lasting impression on all of her future patients. She has wanted to be in the health care field giving back to her community. Dr. Kinney’s specialties are family practice, overuse injuries, postural overload injuries associated with teachers, secretaries, manual labor etc., pregnancy/postpartum pain, infant to adolescent children and sports performance related conditions. Her educated background and wide variety of techniques are a perfect match for any presenting condition or patient.
Favorite Group X Class: Step and Pilates
Favorite Hobbies: Hiking, spending time with family and friends, snowboarding, and reading.
Dr. Kinney was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Kinney accelerated through Oregon State University to arrive at Western States Chiropractic College (WSCC). At WSCC Dr. Kinney received two degrees: A Bachelor’s of Science in Human Biology and a Doctorate in Chiropractic. He spent his last quarter working in Kirkland, WA working under Dr. Lew Estabrook who was Chiropractor of the Year amongest his peers in Seattle Magazine on three different occasions. Dr. Kinney got to observe and participate in multidisciplinary care where chiropractors worked closely with physical therapist and medically managed care. Dr. Kinney’s experiences outside of school with different chiropractors has molded his vision of chiropractic which will be projected through Performance and Spine Chiropractic Center – “where the patient comes first”.
Dr. Kinney is also a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and worked as a Personal Trainer at the Seattle-Downtown 24 Hour Fitness and 24 Hour Fitness-Tualatin Super Sport before he started into practice with Dr. Moser.
Questions about Personal Training and nutritional habits are encouraged in our office, Remember, we are here to help!
Favorite Group X Class: 24 Cycle and Yoga
Favorite Hobbies: Golfing, working on his computer, reading, running, plyometric training, flag football, snowboarding.
Marissa Shaylor is a native Oregonian who grew up in Tigard. She attended St. Marys College of California on a tennis scholarship before transferring to Portland State, graduating in 2005 with a degree in Liberal Arts. In 2009 she graduated from East West College in Massage Therapy finding her passion to help others. Marissa uses a variety of techniques such as deep tissue, neuromuscular therapy, sports massage, and myofascial release to help her patients decrease pain and increase enjoyment in life. When she is not massaging, Marissa enjoys playing golf and barbequing on weekends with family.
For each massage, she utilizes an eclectic blend of techniques and customizes the session to the client’s needs. Just a few of the techniques used include swedish (Stress relieving massage), deep tissue (auto accident, sports massage), trigger point, pregnancy, acupressure, reflexology and Reiki. She will quickly pinpoint problem areas and release tension you may be unconsciously holding.
Krystelle has been managing our office and keeping patients happy for over a year now. She is a loving mother of two wonderful boys, Logan and Peyton, and a devoted wife to her husband Mike. Krystelle came to us from the Dental Assisting Program and has been working with health insurance claims, managing office personnel and patient services. She loves helping people and seeing the change they get with treatment at Performance and Spine. Krystelle has a firm belief that Chiropractic in her own family’s life is important for her and the overall health of her family.
When Krystelle is not working at PSCC she is home with her “kiddos” having fun. She enjoys reading and listening to music, but overall loves spending quality time with her family.