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Our friendly Team is here to serve your needs and make your time at Mason Chiropractic Health & Wellness a happy experience. We share a common passion to help others. Give. Love. Serve. Together we are making a difference in the health and wellness of our community. Please meet our team...

  • Lisa Barron

    Lisa and her husband, Ridley, live in Thompsons Station and have four children: Morgan (married to Alex Heckman), Harrison (20), Abigail (17), and Landon (16). They are active in The Church at Station Hill, where Ridley is a pastor. They also travel across the country for speaking engagements. Lisa, who was raised in Franklin, is the daughter of Jim and Sharon DeHart. Lisa was a second-generation real estate agent in our area for 17 years.

  • Jenny Kemp Watson

    Jenny was raised in West Tennessee and has enjoyed living in states all across the USA. She relocated to Franklin in 2015 and has recently married. She received Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from The University of Tennessee at Martin. She has been in administrative roles for over 18 years. Interested in health and fitness, Jenny is also a Registered Yoga Teacher.

  • Erin Menges

    Erin was born and raised in Michigan and has been living in Franklin, Tennessee for nearly 6 years with her amazing husband Jason and 2 beautiful daughters Ryley(14) and Addison(10). She received a BA in Accounting from Michigan State University. She has worked at an auditing firm, a plastics manufacturing company, a marketing firm, a hospital foundation and at Oscar Mayer as a Weinermobile driver. She enjoys golfing with her hubby, dancing in the kitchen with her girls, walking her 2 sweet pooches and having her alone time with God. She feels blessed and grateful to work with such a great team at MasonChiropractic Health and Wellness.

  • Christy Buck, Licensed Massage Therapist

    Christy was born and raised in East Tennessee. After living in several states around the US, she moved to Thompson's Station in 2011 and fell in love with her community. That same year she graduated from Southeastern Institute on the Deans List. She is passionate about being a Massage Therapist! She loves serving others and believes that there's no better way to spend her life than by helping others improve their quality of life. She is proficient in several therapeutic modalities and takes her time with each client to personalize each session. She attends Conduit Church, has a fiancee, Kurt and two little dogs, Jax and Ariel.

  • Miki Ogorodnik, Licensed Massage Therapist.

    Miki grew up in Franklin, Tennessee and their little growing family moved to Thompson's Station in 2014. She has spent time working in a private practice and a local studio. She is proficient in numerous modalities including Myofascial Release, Craniosacral Therapy, Thai Massage, and Pre-Natal massage. She is intent on meeting the healing needs of her clients while bringing a positive energy to the therapy room.

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Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

Closed

2:00 pm-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Thursday:

Closed

1:00 pm-6:00 pm

Friday:

7:00 am-12:00 pm

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Closed

Sunday:

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Testimonial

  • "I was experiencing a stiff neck and painful low back with limited ranges of motion. My results were much improved range of motion and low back pain was eliminated. After adjustments and a couple of massages, I played my best round of golf of the year - pain free!"
    Chris R. / Franklin, TN

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