Dr. Rachel Novak
Dr. Novak relocated to Tucson from Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 2008. She decided she was going to be a chiropractor in her high school anatomy and physiology class and began her pre-chiropractic education at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. There she concentrated on Kinesiology and pre-chiropractic studies. She received her Doctorate in Chiropractic in 2007 from Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, Minnesota. Dr. Novak is interested in continuously learning and educating herself so she can better serve the community. She has completed training in Addiction Therapy and Pettibon Rehabilitation. She enjoys hiking, rowing, and lifting weights. In her free time you can find her in the garden growing lots of vegetables to use in the kitchen where she is cooking and exploring healthy recipes which she loves to share with her patients. Dr. Novak and her husband Jon have three dogs; a Shar-pei Gus, a Huskie Crusher and a Heinz 57 mix Squirt which they love to take camping at Roosevelt Lake.
Dr. Courtney Davis
As a young competitive gymnast Dr. Davis was often around injuries and early on became fascinated with the body and injury prevention and healing. Dr. Davis is a native Tucsonan who graduated from the University of Arizona in 2002 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a minor in Chemistry. She received her doctorate in chiropractic in 2007 from Northwestern Health Sciences University in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Dr. Davis is a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, has received certification in the Webster Technique, Pregnancy and Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist, as well as in pediatrics and prenatal chiropractic. Along with practicing Chiropractic Dr. Davis is a certified childbirth educator and yoga instructor. Dr. Davis enjoys staying very active outdoors with her husband Ian, son Braydon and daughter Charlotte. They enjoy spending free time gardening, hiking on Mt. Lemmon and Wake surfing on Roosevelt Lake.
Dr. Jacquelyn Lewison
Dr. Lewison had a very active upbringing in the greater Phoenix area, participating in ballet companies, competitive dance and volleyball, and weekend adventures in nature. She became fascinated with the human body at a young age and began studying it after a personal injury in the beginning of high school. Dr. Lewison attended the University of Arizona and graduated in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences, with an emphasis in Physiology. She earned her Doctorate in Chiropractic in 2019 from Life Chiropractic College West in Hayward, California. It was there that Dr. Lewison began to truly understand the magnificent creation we human beings are. Her goal is to help people become more connected with themselves, their life’s purpose, and the world around them. She enjoys time well spent with heartfelt communities, delicious food, sunshine, exploring nature, yoga, with her Aussie Shepard Ranger.
Evin Abromowitz, a Tucson native, graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor’s in Communications and a thematic minor in Media Arts, English, and Sociology. She has been athletic her entire life, competing in soccer, swimming, and track and field. At the age of 16 she pursued weight lifting, power lifting and body building. From there Evin became interested in the health and wellness. Working at world renowned destination resort where she was able to deepen her knowledge of a plethora of modalities including massage and bodywork, energy healing, and aqua therapies. It was here that she became passionate about pursing a career in massage and bodywork. Evin knew that this kind of work could help people relax and heal on a deeper level and that was what she wanted to do. She attended the Providence Institute for Massage and Bodywork, and in 2006 completed a 650 hour program and receiving her certificate for Massage and Bodywork.
Mandi first became interested in holistic therapies as a teenager suffering from chronic migraines. The more she learned, the more her interest grew to not only encompass humans, but also to help the horses at the non-profit horse rescue that she co-founded in 2005. This led to her getting a Bachelor’s degree in holistic health from Prescott College and then becoming a certified and licensed massage therapist in 2016. Due to the chronic migraines that lasted into her 20’s, Mandi understands the negative impact pain can have upon a person’s life. At the same time she also knows and believes in the value of therapeutic touch and holistic modalities to help improve a person’s quality of life.