My goal as a chiropractor is to help you feel your best so you can live the life of your dreams.


I am passionate about working with people across their lifespans including, entire families, expectant moms, children, people who experience headaches and TMJ issues, and people living with pain.


I believe that an individualized approach to chiropractic care and soft tissue treatment, combined with healthy movement, healthy thoughts, and a healthy diet have a massive impact on how you feel and how fully you are able to participate in life!

I am certified in Webster Technique, Birthfit, Dry Needling, Functional Movement Taping, and am completing my 200 hour training to become Certified by the Academy Council of Chiropractic Pediatrics (CACCP) through the ICPA.

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New Patient Visit

A new patient exam typically includes: A thorough health history, an orthopedic, neurologic, and chiropractic exam and a posture and movement assessment. Depending on your history and complaints, Dr. Tessa will determine if any further testing needs to be completed. The first visit may also include a chiropractic adjustment.


Dry Needling (Initial Visit)

First visit for dry needling treatment (for patients not currently under chiropractic care at Resilient Chiropractic). This visit includes exam, consultation, and dry needling treatment. 

 Dry needling involves inserting a very tiny microfilament needle into symptomatic tissues with the intent to reduce pain, increase circulation, and improve function of the neuromusculoskeletal system.


Chiropractic Adjustment

This is the most common visit type. A typical visit consists of a brief history, a physical assessment, an individualized chiropractic adjustment, and any other muscle work or treatments that may be needed.

A new patient exam must be performed before this service may occur.

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Dry Needling (Follow Up)

For patients who have been treated with dry needling therapy at Resilient Chiropractic previously and are not getting adjusted during the same visit.


Progress Exam

A progress exam happens periodically during chiropractic care in order to assess how you have progressed towards meeting your health goals

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Consultation (By Phone)

Wondering if either chiropractic care or dry needling (or both) could help you heal better and feel better? Chat with Dr. Tessa to find out! ​