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Faith Doyle is a Puyallup chiropractor who serves Puyallup and the surrounding communities in WA for the last 25 years.
Faith Doyle uses traditional chiropractic care, in conjunction with exercises and manual therapies (Stecco Fascial Manipulation, Active Release Techniques and Graston Technique) to improve the health and wellness in all areas of patient's lives, whether they are having problems with back pain, neck pain, sports injuries or just want to start feeling better when they wake up in the morning. Dr. Doyle takes a "whole person" approach in chiropractic care, which means looking for the underlying causes of disease, discomfort, and pain, as opposed to just treating the symptoms. Many seemingly unrelated symptoms often arise from imbalances in the spinal column, and Dr. Doyle will be able to determine the root of the pain and create a personalized chiropractic and wellness plan to suit each patient's individual needs. Under the supervision and care of our caring and skilled chiropractor, patients report higher functioning in all areas of their lives.
If you have any questions about our Puyallup chiropractor, or would like to learn more about chiropractic care at Faith Chiropractic, PS, please call us at 253-841-5940 today!
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More About Me
I was born and raised in Massachusetts and I’m the 5th out of 8 kids; 5 boys, and 3 girls.
I think my interest in sports started at a young age, having 5 brothers and by my mother’s constant encouragement to make us get out of the house and play! Organized sports began in junior high school, with basketball and softball. It was the best of times, making life long friends! I also kept myself busy in high school volunteering with the special needs students and various activities with the honor society. Summers were spent working with the local parks and recreation department. Best job ever!
Injuries kept me from playing a few seasons. Unfortunately it was a time when women didn’t seem to matter. The athletic trainer at the high school was earmarked for the boys’ sport. Although, they did share their HEAT, hot stuff! After another shoulder injury in college, I was rehabbed by a proficient athletic trainer, who had me back in the game relatively quickly, so perhaps that’s where the spark began.
College was an adventure. Although I did well all throughout school, I had no idea what I wanted to be when I grow up. I switched my major with each change in school; 4 total. Within a few years I ended up in the Exercise Science program at UMASS and found out about the Exchange programs which lead me to the University of Oregon! I fell in love with the great northwest instantly! By that time, I had decided on chiropractic for my post education and Western States Chiropractic College was a natural fit.
I took a year off after undergrad to work in real world and gain experience. I was a substitute teacher for the first half of the year. I made it through a few high school classes, a few junior high classes, then finally got a semi-permanent position at an elementary school working under one of my favorite teacher, then principle, Mr. Ventura. The position ended just before Christmas and at the start of the new year, I got a position as a physical therapist’s assistant at a well know sports facility in Providence, RI. The experience was good, but I managed to get in at the local YMCA and worked in the Nautilus Training center, was a lifeguard and a camp counselor in the summer!
Chiropractic College was a rigorous 4 year program. I learned a lot. My summers were spent decompressing and soaking in all that I had learned. I returned to Massachusetts to work at Camp Finberg in the summers! What can I say; a girl’s gotta have her fun.
I graduated from WSCC on St. Patrick’s Day 1990 and started as an exam doctor, first in Vancouver WA and then moved up to Puyallup in 1991. I have been here ever since. I opened my own practice in February of 1995 with Charles Christnacht, ND and Michelle Taitano, LMP; thus our sign Chiropractic, Naturopathic and Massage. Although the massage therapists had come and go our practices had grown, and so do our need of space. In February of 2015, I moved in with my friend and college, Dr. Kevin Earle, at Rainier Sport and Spine Rehab at the corner of 136th and Meridian.
So here I am, more than 26 years later, still learning and loving what I do; working with people to help them and help them, help themselves. I am truly blessed. My focus has been on sports chiropractic, but the techniques that I have learned are applicable to all sorts of injuries; auto, work and home. I am continually taking classes to learn more, so that I can help my patients in more ways. Looking forward to meeting you soon and helping you with any physical road blocks that is keeping you from doing the things that you love!
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