Corrie Pollard has been in Chiropractic for 24 years now and is currently practicing in the Kent/Covington area. She was born and raised in Canada where she completed 3 years of undergraduate education. Dr. Pollard then went on to Western States Chiropractic College in Portland, Oregon, where she received her Doctorate of Chiropractic after attending 3 years at Western States Chiropractic College. Dr. Pollard is experienced in working on cases that include Auto Accidents, on-the-job injuries, and general aches and pains. She has been trained in the use of the Graston Technique that helps in reduction of muscle tightness, tissue regeneration and increased blood flow.
Dr. Corrie Pollard currently resides in the Covington area in which she is active in volunteering in the community with different schools. Her activities include working out, weight lifting, cycling, golfing, traveling and spending time with her friends and family.
Dr. Kyle Wagner was born and raised in the pacific northwest. He grew up playing a variety of sports and found chiropractic after sustaining a football injury. It was at this point he was introduced to Dr. Pollard and after realizing the healing impact of chiropractic, decided it was the right career path for him. Over the next 8 years he graduated with a bachelors of science degree in kinesiology from Western Washington University and received his Doctorate in Chiropractic from the University of Western States. After seeing the impact that chiropractic can have in sports, he has continued his education through the Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician Program to provide the best quality of care for his patients. This experience made him an expert in sports related injuries and how to treat them. Common sports injuries that Dr. Wagner treats include tendinitis, shoulder impingement, rotator cuff tears, muscle strains, & ligament sprains. Dr. Wagner is certified in the Graston technique to address myofascial soft tissue injuries, & RockTape certified for kinesiology tape. When Dr. Wagner is not working he enjoys playing guitar, hiking, camping, working out, playing board games, spending time with family, and giving back to the community that helped shape him. Dr. Wagner enjoys treating all his patients & his greatest joy is getting people back to doing what they love.