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After a 10 year career as an associate doctor with the Kaufman Chiropractic Clinic, Dr. DuBois opened Bothell Chiropractic & Wellness to help women and their families receive quality Chiropractic care from one of the few female Chiropractors in the area.
Her undergraduate studies was started at Bellevue Community College and completed at Palmer College of Chiropractic (the Fountainhead of Chiropractic) where she obtained a Bachelor of Science degree and a Doctorate in Chiropractic. She successfully completed National Chiropractic Boards, Parts I, II, III, IV, Physiotherapy and Washington State Chiropractic Boards. She has over 200 hours of post-graduate chiropractic neurology education. She is also Motion Palpation certified which includes over 250 hours of continuing education.
Mark Parker, DC
Dr. Parker graduated from Western States Chiropractic College in 1989, and worked in several chiropractic clinics before joining the Bothell Chiropractic & Wellness team.
During his years of practice, he has learned various effective techniques for balancing joints, muscles, and the nervous system. These include manual techniques such as Motion Palpation and Diversified, the low force technique of Torque Release, and the muscle balancing Active Isolated Stretching and Strengthening.
I completed my undergraduate degree at Highline Community College in Des Moines, Washington on a wrestling scholarship. Then, I attended Palmer College of Chiropractic West (PCCW) in San Jose, California where I earned my Doctorate of Chiropractic. While attending PCCW I took many hours of extracurricular chiropractic technique classes and was recognized for my work with the PCCW Sports Council. In addition, I have studied Diversified, Chiropractic Biophysics, Instrument adjusting, Gonstead, Thompson Drop, Cox Flexion Distraction just to name a few and many more techniques. I continue to stay up to date with the latest techniques and research through my continued education.
Dr. Lynna Lies
ICPA Member, Webster Certified
I personally experienced successful chiropractic treatment for my De Quervain’s tenosynovitis. After years of pain and limited success with treatments like physical therapy, steroid injections and surgery, two adjustments to my wrist and my pain was nearly completely resolved. This inspired me to return to school and become a chiropractor.
I am a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic West (PCCW). As a student at PCCW, I earned the clinician's respect and provided exceptional care to my patients, for this I was awarded the prestigious Clinical Excellence Award. Additionally, I have been a licensed physical therapist assistant for over ten years.