MEET THE TEAM
Dr. Troy Hayes
Dr. Ashley Hayes
Tucker (Professional Greeter)
Tucker is Dr. Troy and Dr. Ashley’s golden retriever, who is 2 years old.
At the office you can find him walking around getting pets from everyone or playing with kiddos, waiting by the front door, barking at leaves flying by, or up by the front desk doing other puppy things like trying to eat sticky notes from the trash. He is super friendly and loves everyone, so feel free to cuddle him any time!
Outside of the office, he loves to go on runs, go hunting with Dr. Troy and play with his sisters, Emma and Madelynn.
Lori is originally from Pennsylvania, but has grown to love the Midwest. She earned her doctorate in Chemical Biology and taught chemistry for several years. Her interest in fitness, health and wellness led her to become a certified running coach. Lori discovered the benefits of chiropractic care several years ago and saw first-hand how it made her and her family function better. Lori and her husband, Matt, have 3 children, Hailey, Zach and Grady. They all love the outdoors and vacationing in the mountains. In her free time, Lori enjoys running, hiking, baking, and watching her kids in all their activities.
Courtney is originally from Exeter, NE. She went to Joseph’s College of Beauty and did hair for 6 years. She first found chiropractic care about 5 years ago after experiencing severe low back pain that was affecting daily activities in her life. Today she utilizes chiropractic care as part of her own health journey. In her free time she loves to cook, go hiking/running, eat sushi, and spend time with friends and family. She also enjoys spending time with her husband and their cat named Rex!
Alyssa is originally from Beatrice, Nebraska. Constant headaches impeded on her daily life, until she discovered the benefits of chiropractic care. She graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a Bachelor’s degree in Advertising & Public Relations. Alyssa loves the sunshine and enjoying the outdoors with her pets; a dog, 3 cats, and a hamster.