Lacy has worked in medical offices for eight years and loves what she does. She handles the day to day operation at Bower Chiropractic and is your go-to for questions regarding scheduling, insurance, payments/billing and anything else you need! Originally from Reno, Lacy has been here in the Treasure Valley for a large part of her life and loves living in Idaho. She is married and loves to spend time with her family, traveling, cooking and reading.
Malinda has been in Nampa since 2011 and loves all Nampa has to offer. She has worked with insurance for 10 years and works with patient accounts and billing in our office. She also works with our office publicity and social media. In addition to working at Bower Chiropractic, she is a licensed real estate agent and works with the Woodhouse Group of Eagle, Idaho.
Malinda is married and is the mother of five children. She enjoys watching her children compete in sporting events at Nampa High, musical events, and volunteering with the youth and schools in the area. She enjoys exploring the beautiful state of Idaho and spending time outdoors, especially spending time on the boat with her family.
Bonnie has been practicing massage therapy since 2001. She received certification from the Idaho School of Massage Therapy, owned by Cindy Langston-Mason, in 2004. She has been a licensed massage therapist since 2013 when Idaho first became a licensed state. Bonnie specializes in healing and pain relief using various massage modalities such as trigger point therapy and scar tissue release. She believes strongly in the power of educating her clients about many natural and holistic healing methods that are available such as Body Code, diet changes and using food to heal the body. Bonnie has worked for Bower Chiropractic since it opened and she enjoys being able to collaborate with Dr. Bower in patient/client treatment and believes the combination of chiropractic and massage increases success in healing.
Michelle - Licensed Massage Therapist
Idaho native Michelle has 25 years of experience in massage therapy. Her focus has always been injury treatment and pain relief. Over time her treatments have evolved from Swedish, or spa massage, into a blend, which includes therapeutic techniques such as lymphatic drainage, sports massage, unwinding, trigger point therapy, and muscle energy technique.
A life-long learner, Michelle is now directing her attention toward myofascial release - using techniques that broaden or loosen fascia to affect structural mobility and release pain. Treating the causes of tissue adherence to relieve symptoms builds client awareness of postures or repetitive motions that can contribute to chronic pain. In her spare time, Michelle can be found reading.
Robyn has been a massage therapist since 2012. She got into the field of massage because she wanted to be apart of the healthcare field without the aspect of blood! Robyn believes that if you take care if your body it will take care of you. She considers herself a therapeutic therapist, she enjoys the fluffs of the industry but much prefers the rebuild and recovery aspect of it all. Robyn says, “no day is ever the same and no one ever has the same aliment, which makes what I do even more awesome.” Robyn is a mom to three girls and loves spending time with her family outdoors.
Leslie Warwick- Chiropractor
Leslie is a graduate and 4 year basketball athlete at Northwest Nazarene University; where she obtained a bachelors in kinesiology with an emphasis in athletic training. During her four years there she was a three time all athletic academic team and two years as captain. Now Leslie currently is finishing up her doctorate of chiropractic at Southern California University of Health Sciences. She was a two year EAC rep for her class and the president of the Christian Chiropractic Club. She is board certified in physiotherapy and rehab, and obtaining her corrective exercises specialty and hope to get a master of nutrition in the near future. Leslie has worked with pro football athletes in their recovery and rehab during offseason at her internship with TCR in upland California and has volunteered over 60 hours at events like the Aids life Cycle and Healing Hands For Humanity. Leslie is passionate about empowering patients to take control of their health and specializes in soft tissue techniques like FAKTR, ART, and many others.