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Meet the Staff

Billing specialist/ Office Manager

Becca joined our team in October of 2015. A native of Puyallup, Becca graduated from Rogers High School before studying at Pierce College. The staff of Nordquist Family Chiropractic is like a second family to her. Becca's role is the Office Manager and she keeps the auto injury side of the office running smoothly. Her caring disposition allows her the ability fill in as patient liaison as well. In her free time Becca enjoys spending time with her two children and soon to be husband, Anthony. Whether its camping at the dunes, family vacations to Disney or day trips, Becca loves being in the great outdoors.

Billing specialist

Amy was born and raised in California and has been a Washington resident for over 3 years. Amy has been in the medical industry for 17 years and a medical biller for 9 and has worked for Dr. Nordquist doing medical billing for major medical and workman’s comp since Jan of 2016, she enjoys photography and traveling in her spare time

Front Desk

Sharon is the first point of contact for our clinic. She will greet you by name and always with a smile. Sharon grew up in California but has lived in Washington for over 10 years and is a WSU graduate (GO COUGS!). Sharon will be attending Palmer College of Chiropractic this fall to receive her doctorate in Chiropractic. Outside the office, Sharon relishes time with her family and friends. She enjoys traveling, camping and exploring the Pacific Northwest.

Lee - Massage Therapist

Lee is skilled in Deep Tissue, Prenatal, NMR, Cupping, and Ashiatsu. He has worked in collaboration with Chiropractors and Physical Therapists to providing care to Patients suffering from injuries related to accidents or chronic pain. Lee has interest in learning new modalities such as Kinesio Taping, Ashi - Thai, and Gua- Sha Therapy. 

Massage Therapist

Amy is a massage therapist at our clinic and joined our team in June 2017. After an auto accident she was amazed at how body work helped her heal and decided to go into the field herself. Amy is passionate about listening to each client and creating an individual experience to help them live a pain free life. On her off time, she loves spending time with her little family, going on walks and gardening.

Chiropractic Assistant

Hello I am Skye. I love photography, music, food and movies. Always living life to the fullest!


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    Vadim N. Puyallup, WA

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