Central Washington Chiropractic & Massage opened its doors in 2007. Dr. Rich Anderson stood at the helm. Dr. Anderson received his BS in Biology from Central Washington University in 2002 and then pursued his Doctor of Chiropractic at University of Western States Chiropractic graduating in 2005. Something about Ellensburg captured his heart and so the Anderson moved back to Ellensburg, WA.
Dr. Anderson believes in personalized treatment plans accompanied with targeted stretching to encourage a speedy, lasting recovery. Helping Kittitas County become a healthier, happier, pain free community is the overall goal for Dr. Anderson.
When Dr. Anderson is not in the office, he can be found spending time with his wife and kids, participating in outdoor recreational actives, volunteering in the community, and perfecting his "Blue Steel" look for future photo opportunities.
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At Central Washington Chiropractic and Massage, we know that finding the right health care professional for your needs is not a choice to be taken lightly. That is why we offer free consultations to walk you through your needs, the scope of your goals, and your outline our plan for recovery.
Licensed Massage Practitioner
Ashley has been working alongside Dr. Anderson at Central Washington Chiropractic since 2013 as a Licensed LMP. Having been born and raised in Kittitas County, Ashley has a distinct understanding of the community she is working with. Ashley loves the laid back atmosphere and fun-hearted staff members of CWC. When she is not healing the bodies of Kittitas County, she can be found spending time with her kids, enjoying outdoor recreation actives, and going into the hills to enjoy some peace and quiet.
Kittitas High School, 2009
Certificate of Massage
Barlen Institue of Massage, 2010
• The Roadhouse Grill
Bridget has been leading the office staff of Central Washington Chiropractic and Massage for since May of 2016. When Bridget isn't enjoying her laid back staff members and the fun clients, she can be found camping, gardening, gambling, and searching for Mid-Century treasures.
Everett High School
Sometime in the late 80s (she's very mysterious)
• Oyama or Fiesta en Jalisco (it's a tie!)