Dr.Mandy Jairell, D.C. CACCPChiropractor
Dr. Mandy Jairell, D.C. CACCP, is the only chiropractor in the Laramie area with her pediatric chiropractic certification from the Academy of Family Practice (CACCP). She believes that wellness doesn’t come with a “standard” rather that it is made up of each piece of a person’s individual needs and desires. Health should be evaluated at an approach that understands every person as a whole, not just pieces. Using this gentle approach, Dr. Mandy is able to help others with their health journey, weather it is feel better, function better, reaching new heights, or maintain the best level of health.
Dr. Mandy understands that it is important to get kids in for adjustments to help with their developments, the earlier the better! She believes that adjusting our youth not only helps them, but our community to be a healthier, happier, and better connected society for all future generations as well. She loves adjusting and removing interference from “children” of all ages. She is also Webster Certified through the ICPA, increasing her knowledge of the pelvic floor and positioning for an easier pregnancy and birthing process.
Dr. Mandy has always had a desire to work with in the health field. She started as a certified nursing assistant, was then an Athletic trainer/Sports Medicine for Laramie High School, the University of Wyoming, and Justin Sports Medicine for the PBRA. Dr. Mandy holds Bachelors in Kinesiology with a specialization in Sport Medicine through the University of Wyoming. Following her undergraduate degree, Dr. Mandy completed her Doctor of Chiropractic degree at Parker University in Dallas, Texas. She then returned “home” to open Aspen Family Chiropractic in 2011.
Dr. Mandy has created a chiropractic clinic where her patients are informed and understand the importance of chiropractic care, and optimum functionality. Her main focus is connecting a person with their true potential in life, and does this through connecting the brain and body. She sees the importance in continuing education and believes it is key to keep up-to-date on the newest research and effective techniques.
When she is not in the office, you can see Dr. Mandy spending time with her husband, Darl, and her two “fur babies’ Forrest and Ludo, or all their family. They enjoy playing games, seeing the world, volunteering their time, and just spending time together. And there is always room for Ol’ Rag Time Joe and a “Go Pokes” cheer!