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8714 E Vista Bonita Dr

Scottsdale, AZ 85255 US

480-247-9063

Our Team

  • Karen Atkinson
    LMT

    Karen, or 'Gert' as she is more affectionately known by her clients, is a Licensed Massage Therapist who has been in practice for over 17 years.  Karen attended Montana State University in 1994 and graduated from Phoenix Therapeutic Massage College in 2000.  Karen specializes in deep tissue, therapeutic and rehabilitation massage.  This includes sports & pregnancy massage as well as reflexology.  We are very lucky to have Karen as part of our team! Karen is a native of Montana, but has been residing in Arizona for the past 24 years.  When Karen is not busy with her massage clients, she loves skiing, golfing, softball, racquetball, swimming, running and competing!  She recently completed a 50K trail running race!

  • Raianne Wright
    Office Manager

    Raianne  has been a patient here since 2010, and joined the practice professionally in 2013.  She is a firm believer in the healing power of chiropractic care and massage therapy.  Since having her daughter in 2015, she is only in the office part-time, but she is always available through email to answer any questions you may have concerning billing and insurance coverage.  Raianne enjoys participating in activities through her church, spending time with her husband and daughter, and catching up with her extended family.

  • Cambria Zollinger
    Chiropractic Assistant and Social Media Manager

    Cambria has worked with us for the past few years, supporting her family while her husband attends law school. She has loved getting to know and developing friendships with our patients during this time. When Cambria isn’t working she spends her time with her sweet son who she recently welcomed into the world this past March and husband. She is grateful for the power of chiropractic healing and has witnessed it first hand as it has blessed her family. She grew up in the valley and has a very large extended family surrounding her and enjoys spending time with them.

  • Maria Taravella
    Billing and Insurance Specialist

    Maria is originally from Harrington Park, New Jersey.  She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Hotel Restaurant Institutional Management from Johnson and Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island.  Upon graduation she worked for Marriott Hotels which ultimately brought her to Scottsdale, Arizona.  Maria and her husband Lou have  a daughter who is a dance major at The University of Arizona.  Maria and her family have been patients of Grayhawk Family Chiropractic for many years and she is happy to be part of the team.

  • Kelly Copley
    Front Desk Receptionist

    After receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts from the University of Arizona, she pursued a career in Human Resources.  Working at Tucson Medical Center, and other businesses in California and Washington. Kelly chose to stay at home to raise her two active children.  Now that the kids are grown, she has rejoined the workforce. While she was at home, she stayed busy with philanthropy work, serving on the board of National Charity League, Sunflower Chapter, along with mentoring and church activities. After moving around the country with her family to different career opportunities for her husband, the Copley’s have been in the Valley for 3 years. Moving here after being in North Dallas for 12 years explains her propensity for “y’all”. Kelly has been a patient at the clinic since moving to the Scottsdale area. She transitioned from a marketing position at a busy Emergency Veterinary Practice to join Grayhawk Family Chiropractic. She enjoys the busy practice, interacting with the great patients, and supportive co-workers.

Welcome to Grayhawk Family Chiropractic

Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-3:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Locations

Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Drs. Frank and Sarah are extremely skilled in chiropractic care. They utilize powerful, cutting edge techniques such as the Graston Technique, trigger point therapy, chiropractic manipulation, ultrasound and electrical stimulation, to alleviate pain. In addition, they teach their patients how to strengthen their muscles and protect against relapse. Their personalities are warm, compassionate and attentive. Despite a crowded waiting room, they always take extra time to treat their patients and ensure they are feeling better."
    Patient M.W. May 2011

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