AJ Gregg, DC, CSCS, MS

A.J. is a graduate of the University of Western States where he received his Doctorate of Chiropractic and Masters of Science in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist(CSCS) and achieved his B.A. in Health Management from Luther College. A life-long athlete, he loves finding new things to stay active. A collegiate wrestler at the NCAA DIII level he has since found activities such as biking, running, triathlons, resistance training, climbing and coaching to stay busy. He completed his first Ironman Triathlon in Madison, WI in 2008 and had his second finish in 2009. He moved to Flagstaff in July 2012 to enjoy the beauty of Arizona outdoors, weather, and community.

A.J. uses an evidence-based, conservative, non-invasive, and holistic approach to helping people reach their health goals combining the best evidence from chiropractic, physical therapy, and nutrition. This approach looks beyond simply relieving your pain, but looks to conquer the underlying issues causing it. First, treatment is not only directed towards the injured, painful area but also related muscles and joints that might not be painful. Then, to prevent re-injury, any imbalances in your posture, muscle balance, and movement are addressed with corrective treatment, rehabilitative exercises and self-care techniques. Dr. AJ strives to help you resume your favorite activities as soon as possible!

Wes Gregg, DC

Wes completed his undergraduate degree at Luther College in Decorah, Iowa where he competed as a collegiate wrestler. Through his athletic career he realized the important role chiropractic care played to help him reach his peak performance and maintain a healthy, well-balanced lifestyle. His education continued with four more years of clinical education in Portland, OR, where he earned his Doctorate of Chiropractic from the University of Western States. During school his interest in sports medicine led to fostering an integrative, functional restorative approach to the management and treatment of injuries of the spine and extremities.

A dedicated enthusiast of health and healthful living, he enjoys inspiring his patients develop life-long, healthful lifestyle habits. Dr. Wes is committed to helping his patients realize their optimal health, vitality and performance. Whether you are a competitive athlete, a weekend warrior, or one who simply wants to live pain free, Dr. Wes looks forward to helping you succeed.

When not treating patients, Dr. Wes loves spending his time mountain biking, rock climbing, running, reading and spending time enjoying all the beauty Flagstaff has to offer with his wife, Allison.

Katie Kendall, NASM CPT, CES

Katie Kendall’s passion for fitness can be traced back to the mountain town of Flagstaff, AZ; growing up a competitive athlete from gymnastics to soccer.  Katie learned to appreciate the physical and mental fortitude of athletic training and how it translates positively in all aspects of life.  Contributing to someone’s fitness journey is an especially rewarding part of her career. She believes that coaching, community and caring go a long way in helping clients move better and live healthier.

Katie graduated from Northern Arizona University, with a double major in Public Relations and Advertising. Shortly after she headed to New York City to pursue her true passion of health and fitness. Working in the wellness space since 2010, the New York City health industry provided a vast amount of exposure and opportunity: training a variety of clientele, contributing to fitness events and managing one of the top fitness companies. Now back in Flagstaff, she is thrilled to be close to her family and provide her son the same environment that helped shape her love for the outdoors and athletic aspirations.  Katie is a Certified Personal Trainer and Corrective Exercise Specialist through The National Academy of Sports Medicine. She is also Pre-Post Natal Certified, AFAA Group Fitness Instructor and Pilates Certified.  In her free time, Katie enjoys running, yoga, cooking and spending time with family.

Bryan Taylor, CSCS

Bryan Taylor is an Alabama native who moved to Flagstaff from Phoenix in 2015. He received his Bachelor’s of Science from the University of South Alabama, and Master’s of Science from California University of Pennsylvania in Exercise Science. Along with his education he hold certification as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach, and Certified Exercise Physiologist. Since graduating from USA Bryan has worked in physical therapy, cardiac rehabilitation, corporate, private, and public health and wellness. Additionally, he spent two years with the University of Mobile Rams Soccer team as a player, and coaches youth soccer for the FUSD Public Schools. Hobbies include: mountain biking, trail running, and most importantly spending time with his wife and young son.

Emily Harrison Torrence

Emily is a three-time high school state champion in cross country and track. She went on to be a three-time All American at the University of Virginia in cross country and track. After college graduation, she joined adidas-McMillanElite in Flagstaff and ran her marathon PR, 2:32:55, at the 2011 Twin Cities Marathon. She’s since competed in two U.S. Olympic Team Marathon Trials.

In 2012, Emily entered her first ultramarathon and placed second in the prestigious JFK 50 Mile (6:17) – she’s since won the race twice. She holds the course record at Moab’s Red Hot 55K (4:24). Emily was selected for the 2013 and 2018 100K World Teams and placed 7th female (26th overall) at the 2013 Western States 100 Mile Endurance Run. She holds the second fastest North American Road 50K time of 3:15 and followed that up with a 50k World Championship win in Qatar.

Emily also serves as an Arizona Trail steward, the assistant race director for the Flagstaff to Grand Canyon Stagecoach Line events and holds a Personal Trainer certification with ISSA (International Sports Science Association).