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Meet The Team

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At Dailey Chiropractic we recognize that your choice of physician is driven both by the doctor's competency and personality. With chiropractic problems, you need a chiropractor who is experienced, understanding and supportive. You get this caring attitude from all the staff at Dailey Chiropractic every day. Our staff works together as a team to be sure we are responsive to your needs and keep you informed about your health issues. We look forward to getting to know you.



Dr_Laura_R_Dailey_Wise.pngLaura Dailey Wise, DC

Dr. Laura was born and raised in nearby Negley and was a Beaver Local valedictorian. She went on to receive her Bachelor of Science at Westminster College. She decided to specialize in chiropractic medicine and received her Doctorate from New York Chiropractic College. She is trained in Diversified (hands-on) manipulation, she's certified in Impulse IQ (instrument adjusting) Technique, and uses drop-piece, Flexion-Distraction, ultrasound, electric muscle stimulation, and pelvic blocking. Dr. Laura was also one of the first doctors in the nation to achieve National Certification in the Department of Transportation as a Certified Medical Examiner.


Rosalyn-massage-therapist.jpgRosalyn Gorby, FRONT DESK

"Roz" is your go-to girl at the front desk. She recently was promoted to the front office when Miss Vickie semi-retired, having been our massage therapist for the last 6 years. She received her certification from Youngstown College of Massotherapy and has been a practicing Massage Therapist for 12 years. She will still be available to administer acute care as needed to all patients. She specializes in Swedish Massage, Pregnancy Massage, Neuro-muscular Therapy, Active Release Muscle Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy, and Deep Tissue Massage. She has received training in Kinesio Taping as well. Roz is also a graduate of Beaver Local, and is a EMT with the Negley Fire/EMS department. In addition, she currently serves as a member of the Air National Guard where she is a medic. We are proud of her commitment to our Country and our office.


vickie-secretary.jpgVickie Dailey, BACK OFFICE/BILLING

Vickie Dailey is also from Negley and not only graduated from Beaver Local, but she worked at Beaver Local Middle School as a secretary for 16 years. Recently Miss Vickie semi-retired, transitioning to the back office. She continues to bring her years of experience and her love for working with people to our office. We are thrilled to have her running our billing department and to have her continued wisdom!


Jennifer Shafer, MASSAGE THERAPIST

Jennifer and her family recently returned to the area after living in Wyoming and South Carolina where she owned a massage therapy business. Most people remember her from working at Natural Touch Massotherapy before moving away. She currently holds licensure in both Ohio and S. Carolina. Jennifer is a 1988 graduate of Crestview Local, and an 8 year veteran of the US Naval Reserves. From her years of travel she has acquired a vast portfolio of certifications and experience in massage therapy. She is very approachable, willing to listen to what your needs are so that she can help you become as pain-free as possible. We are also proud of her service to our country and to have a Veteran as a member of our team.


Gauge & Wyatt

Gauge and Wyatt Wise are the welcoming faces you may also see at our office.

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00 AM-6:00 PM

Tuesday:

9:00 AM-1:00 PM

Wednesday:

3:00 PM-8:00 PM

Thursday:

9:00 AM-1:00 PM

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

8:00 AM-1:00 PM

Sunday:

Closed

Location

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