Dr. Kurt O'Neill, DC
Dr. Kurt O’Neill graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic West in 1996 and has been practicing in the state of Washington since then. Dr. O'Neill is well-versed in sports injury as well as training and conditioning for athletes. He has an undergraduate degree in Sports Medicine from Alberta, Canada. He is also experienced in treating injuries related to work (repetitive stress) and those sustained from auto-accidents.
Dr. Matt Mullaney, DC
Dr. Matt Mullaney grew up in South Dakota and graduated college cum laude with a B.S. in biology. Dr. Mullaney went to chiropractic school in Minneapolis, MN and graduated from Northwestern Health Sciences University with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree. He is a very active person and enjoy about anything one can do on a nice day such as Rrunning, hiking, snowboarding, flag football, baseball, etc.
Dr. Mullaney was exposed to chiropractic in high school when he visited his first chiropractic office and was shocked at the great amount of energy and fun that everyone was having. He talked to the doctor and found him to be an exciting guy who really loved what he did.
In his words, “ … He told me how chiropractic helps people live healthier lives through helping the nervous system work better because it controls everything the body does and people get loads of added benefits like more energy, stronger immune systems, lowered stress, a greater sense of happiness/wellbeing and more in addition to their pain/discomfort symptoms getting better. I realized chiropractic helps people live better lives because it focused on that very important system. His patients were having a great time and so was I. I couldn’t believe that I didn’t know about this before. I visited his office many more times, and I knew I wanted to be a chiropractor and bring that energy, health, benefit, and service to the world”
Dr. Mullaney cares deeply about helping his patients get to better health. He states “the feeling I get when I know I helped someone get back to something they love to do, like playing with their kids or doing an activity they haven’t done in years because their discomfort was stopping them, is a rush for me and I get a great sense of accomplishment and happiness from it.
Joining Bellevue Center for Health was a great decision. I now get to work with other health professionals and organize custom treatment plans for my patients that include several different healing therapies and providers so that each patient can have a treatment plan that covers all bases and works best for their individual needs and goals”.
Dr. Mullaney is available from Monday to Friday and every other Saturday for appointments.
Sik Chi Stanley Chan, M.S., L.Ac., LMP, Dipl. Ac & CH (NCCAOM) [fluent in Cantonese]
Mr. Chan was born and raised in Hongkong. He received his Bachelor of Science in Oriental Medicine and Master of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at Bastyr University in March 2000 and December 2001 respectively. He is licensed as an acupuncturist and massage practitioner in Washington State and has been practicing since 2002.
Mr. Chan holds National Board Certification as Diplomates of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology (NCCAOM). He is one of the compilers who translated the articles and compiled a book “Acupuncture for Stroke Rehabilitation – Three Decades of Information in China (Blue Poppy Press)” published in June 2006. His focus is on pain management and other health concerns. His philosophy is to use a holistic approach to address the root cause(s) of the patient's health issue(s).
Max Simonovsky, LMP
Max graduated from Ashmead College and employs sports and deep tissue massage therapy. He also conducts active stretching with clients. He is studying to be a Physicians Assistant and is fluent in Russian.
Ryan Willsey, LMP
Ryan graduated from Bellevue Massage School and has been a licensed massage practitioner for 10+ years. He uses a range of techniques and pressures with the belief that muscles can be coaxed to relax rather than being manipulated and forced into 'relaxation'. Ryan wants to promote and improve function while decreasing pain.
A mountain bike enthusiast, Ryan understands the aches and pains that can come from pushing your athletic limits.
Paula Taylor, LMP, Spa Specialist
Pavel Lurie, LMP
Babe "Keiki" Dacones, LMP
Sunshine Davis, LMP