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Dr. Terry Weyman
Clinic Director, Doctor of Chiropractic, Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner, Chiropractic Sports Institute
Dr. Terry Weyman lives in Southern California where he has been the Clinic Director of Chiropractic Sports Institute for over 25 years. He graduated from Chiropractic College in 1989 from Cleveland Chiropractic College-LA and received his CCSP in 1991. In 2003 he finished his Sports Medicine internship at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs and in August of 2005 he was selected by the USOC to be the Team USA Chiropractor at the World University Games in Izmir, Turkey.
Dr. Weyman has been the Chief Medical Director of many professional and top amateur athletic events including the Professional Water ski and Wakeboard tour, Rodeo and Four winds Adventure Race. He has also been the Team Chiropractor for the National cycling team, and Team Luna Womens mountain bike team. In 1994 he was the Norwegian Alpine Ski Team Chiropractor for the 1994 Winter Olympics held in Lillehammer Norway. Dr. Weyman has been a post graduate faculty member of two Chiropractic colleges and an instructor for both CCSP and Diplomate sports programs held across the US.
Currently Dr. Weyman works with Pepperdine University overseeing all athletic teams alongside athletic trainers. He also lectures on Chiropractors roles in Sports related injuries both Nationally and Internationally. He has Authored more than 20 publications, magazine columns and 2 book chapters.
Dr. Heather White
Doctor of Chiropractic, Chiropractic Sports Institute
Heather White received her Doctor of Chiropractic at Southern California University of Health Sciences in 2005. There she graduated summa cum laude as valedictorian of her class. She also holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physiology through the University of California, Santa Barbara, where she focused her studies on developmental neurology and health sciences. Heather’s specialty is in sports performance and rehabilitation, along with family chiropractic care. She began her practice in Westlake Village at Body Logic Sports Therapy in 2005 treating athletes and children from all ages. While practicing in California she also served as the team chiropractor for Victory Gymnastics and co-doctor for Transcend Triathlon Club. In 2009 she moved to Denver, Colorado and began practicing at Lone Tree Chiropractic. While in Colorado she received a certification in Integrative Dry Needling under a highly recognized pain management and sports doctor out of Boulder, Colorado. In August of 2014 she decided to move home and join the highly talented team at Chiropractic Sports Institute.
Luka Mentzer, B.S.
Exercise/ Corrective Therapist, Chiropractic Sports Institute
Luka graduated from California State University, Northridge, where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology in the area of Exercise Science. During his undergraduate study he interned at Proactive Sports Performance where he provided group and individual training to youth, college, and professional athletes, as well as to the general population, in order to help improve performance and prevent injury. Luka also did job shadowing at Stevenson Fitness where he learned to biomechanically analyze functional movements and implement appropriate fitness techniques based on those analyses.
In addition to these experiences, Luka interned in CSUN’s Motor Behavior Lab where he helped in the creation and implementation of youth fitness activities, including movement assessments of fundamental motor skills in children and adolescents. Upon receiving his degree, Luka became an Exercise Director for 3WINS Fitness, which is a public health program affiliated through CSUN, which provides free exercise programs to disadvantaged communities throughout Southern California. Luka’s ultimate passion is to help all populations of individuals, with varying skill levels, improve their movement abilities through exercise, and ultimately increase their quality of life.
Corporate Office Manager, Chiropractic Sports Institute
Michele is a graduate of California Lutheran University where she received her B.S. in Psychology. She joined the staff in late 2004 as our Office Manager. Prior to joining the CSI staff, she worked for State Farm Insurance Company for several years in the field of claims. She is well versed in the knowledge of insurance and care.
She has been associated with the Chiropractic profession for many years and brings a sense of organization with an emphasis on patient care. She is multiversed in everything from Chiropractic Care for Children to Care for the athlete.
Michele is also the Billing Specialist for CSI and is happy to help with any questions regarding Health Insurance coverage and Chiropractic Care. If you ever have any questions please do not hesitate to contact her.
Front Office Supervisor, Chiropractic Sports Institute
Lisa comes to us with over 25 years of experience in the medical field. Throughout her medical career, she has worked in various doctor’s offices, hospitals and MRI centers. Lisa is a perfect fit for our staff with her friendly personality, organizational skills and commitment to quality patient care. Lisa utilized the knowledge and training she gained over the years to open and operate a very successful medical transcription business. This allowed her to work from home and raise her children for the last 20 years.
Lisa’s proudest accomplishments would have to be her two children. Katelyn and Wyatt. In her spare time, she enjoys walking, hiking and jogging, spending time with her family.
If you have any questions regarding our office or your visit, please do not hesitate to call and ask for Lisa. She is dedicated to making your experience with CSI a pleasant one.
CSI Therapy Dog
Many patients have come to the office and seen Bailey. She is Dr. Terry’s dog but has been a calming presence for many patients young and old! Come by and visit with Bailey….she loves to be around people.
CSI Therapy Dog
CSI’s Pup in training is Dug. He has brought many smiles to patients faces and been requested to stay in treatment rooms if possible. If you want to meet the happiest dog ever, come by and give some attention to Dug!