Dr. Chelsea Albright grew up in Woodinville, WA with a love for horseback riding. She barrel raced throughout the western United States, then went on to compete in college rodeo at Central Washington University. She now has 2 horses and enjoys spending her free time hiking, camping, and golfing.
Dr. Chelsea earned a Bachelor’s in Biology and Minors in Mathematics and Chemistry at Central Washington University. After graduation, Dr. Albright's passion for rehabilitation led her to pursue her Doctorate of Chiropractic at the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon. In addition to this program, she attended many seminars with the world leaders in rehabilitation to further her education. This placed her among the first chiropractors to be certified in Clinical Neurodynamics. She also earned her Masters in Sports Medicine which included volunteering with local high school and college sports teams, the Portland Winterhawks, triathlons, and professional rodeos.
· McKenzie Diagnosis and Therapy, Part A & B
· Stecco Fascial Manipulation, Parts 1A and 1B
· DNS Exercise Part 1
· Stuart McGill's Building the Ultimate Back: From Rehabilitation to High Performance
· Michael Shacklock’s Clinical Neurodynamics, Upper and Lower Extremity
· Greg Lehman's Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science
· Craig Liebenson's Prague School to Athletic Development, Parts A & B
· Jason Brown's PS2AD Follow-up, Parts A & B
· Quinn Hennoch's Assessment and Correction for Weightlifters
· Ryan DeBell's Movement Fix
· Rocktape Fascial Movement Taping, Human and Equine
· Strong First Kettlebell Exercises
· Applied Kinesiology, 100 Hour Basic Certification
· Motion Palpation Institute - Upper Dynamic Movement
· Motion Palpation Institute - Extremities
Dr. Chelsea's education allows her to explore numerous contributors to pain, creating a comprehensive diagnosis with an effective, customized treatment plan to help patients quickly achieve their goals. Care is centred around developing quality of movement, educating patients on the latest evidence-based practices, and empowering them to participate in their recovery process.