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Meet The Team

  • Sonia Allen
    Chiropractic Assistant

    Sonia is our experienced Chiropractic Assistant. She has been with Ashland Chiropractic since 2008 and has been in the Chiropractic field for 10 years.  Sonia has always known she wanted to be part of something bigger and at Ashland Chiropractic Center, she can be.  Sonia greets each patient with a warm smile and makes each patient feel comfortable and relaxed.

    Sonia provides Electric Muscle Stimulation, Therapeutic Exercises, Paraffin Therapy, Ultrasound Therapy, Intersegmental Traction Therapy and Hot/Cold Therapy. Sonia prides herself in the education she brings to her patients about healthy living and how therapy can enhance their lives.

    Sonia graduated from Boyd County High School and did her undergraduate studies at Morehead State University. She is the proud mother of two daughters, Elisabeth and Brittany and the Grandmother to Elijah and Cade. Sonia enjoys spending time off-roading in her Jeep, gardening and painting. Sonia has a passion and appreciation for the arts, she is an inspirational artist and has been featured in several local galleries.

  • Sherry Keese
    Certified Massage Therapist

    Sherry is our Certified Massage Therapist. She has been with Ashland Chiropractic Center since 2008 and has been practicing Massage Therapy for 40 years.  During that time, her therapy has helped people relieve the pain of injuries, stress, car accidents and body discomfort, as well as maintain good body and mental health. The clients she has worked on range from newborn babies to Professional Dirt Track Racers. 

    She is certified for Cranial Sacral Therapy with the Upledger Institute in Palm Beach, Fl, Touch of Health applied Kinesiology levels I, II, III, IV, a graduate of The Alpha Institute of the Treasure Coast in Port. St. Lucie Florida with High Scores in all four levels of the N.C.B.M.T.B and currently a member of A.M.T.A.

    Sherry was born and raised in Ashland. Sherry and her husband have 3 children and 8 grandchildren. She enjoys spending time with family, reading and walking.

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Ashland Chiropractic Center

Monday:

9-12

1-6

Tuesday:

9-2

Closed

Wednesday:

9-12

1-6

Thursday:

9-2

Closed

Friday:

9-12

1-6

Saturday:

Closed

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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Testimonial

  • "I have benefited tremendously from the chiropractic care I received from Dr. Swann."
    John S. / Ashland, KY

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