Our Staff


“I am very excited to be working at Wayson Family Chiropractic. The bond you create with the doctors, staff, and patients is almost instant. It’s amazing to see the positive impact that our doctor’s chiropractic techniques have on our patients. I graduated from Hawkeye Community College with a degree in Medical Billing and Coding. In my free time, I spend lots of my time with my family and friends. I also love watching movies, shopping, and traveling.”






 “I am so excited to be working for Wayson Family Chiropractic. It is such a privilege to work alongside the doctors, staff, patients and their families. I love seeing the impact that our patients experience through chiropractic care! I am a recent graduate of Hawkeye Community College where I received my Associate’s Degree in General Education. Beginning this new chapter in my life at Wayson Family Chiropractic makes me so excited for what lies ahead. In my down time, I love spending time with my family and friends! I also enjoy doing yoga, golfing, playing tennis, and enjoying the outdoors.”





“I am thrilled to be working at Wayson Family Chiropractic! I love seeing how much of a difference the gonstead method makes in our patients lives, and the general piece of mind knowing that patients of all ages are in great hands with Dr. Blake, Dr. Thad, and Dr. Sara. Outside of work I spend lots of time working on our family farm, hanging out with friends and anything associated with being outside!”






“This office means so much to me! Getting to know patients and their families gives me a real sense of the wonderful community we have here in the Cedar Valley. Seeing their lives change for the better through chiropractic care reaffirms my passion for chiropractic as the best primary source for healthcare. I also love working with our staff members, who always display a genuine care for our patients and thrive on making this the best place to be. Outside of Wayson Family Chiropractic, I spend my time enjoying life with my family, sports, staying active and being outdoors.”