Our Office Staff
Kayla Ulrich is a Licensed Massage Therapist, LMT. She graduated from Lancaster School of Massage. She is a member of the ABMP (Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals)and has been practicing massage therapy for 16 years. Her integrative style combines flowing Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue, Myofacial Release, and Trigger point therapy.
Kayla works to assist her clients in relieving stress related tension, reducing chronic pain, reduicing recovery time of injuries , and restoring mobility. She believes in the importance of tailoring each session to the clients individual needs.
Her outgoing personality along with her kind collaborative approach will help you feel at ease. Please contact our office at (717) 299 – 9600 to schedule an appointment with her.
I have worked for Chiropractic Associates since August 2013. I enjoy coming to work and being part of the healing process of our patients. I am mother of three boys which keeps me busy outside of my job here. I am a huge health advocate and enjoy seeing people take steps to better health. I spend a lot of time reading a researching. Some of my life interests include; crocheting, food, movies, some sports and anything outdoors.
Cassidy is the Claims Specialist. She is responsible for processing your medical claims to both primary and secondary payers. Her goal is to proivide accurate information to both you the payer and the patient. She reviews patient's bills for accuacy and completeness and obtains any missing information. If you have any questions about your insurance, it is best to contact your insurance company directly. However, if you have any further questions you can contact Cassidy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wanda joined our team in September 2015. She graduated with her nursing degree in 2010. She is bilingual and has been a great asset to the team so far, by translating between doctors and patients for accurate care. In the future, she will be joining our doctors in seminars, to encourage those who are in need of Chiropractic care and have the inability to seek it appropriately.