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Dr. Kellen P. Schweitzer, D.C.

Dr. Schweitzer was raised in Holly, CO, a small town in rural southeast Colorado. Having come from a family of care providers, Dr. Schweitzer always knew that he wanted to be in the health care field. Upon graduating high school he attended West Texas A&M University in Canyon, TX and received his Bachelors of Science degree in Biology with emphasis on pre professional studies for Chiropractic College. After graduation he took a year off from school and worked as a laboratory and radiology technician at a local hospital. He then attended Cleveland Chiropractic College in Overland Park, KS, where he received his doctorate degree in chiropractic with Summa Cum Laude honors. He was also named to Pi Tau Delta: Chiropractic National Honor Society alongside graduating Valedictorian of his class.

Along with his doctorate degree, Dr. Schweitzer received his certification in Meridian Therapy (Acupuncture) and attended many hours of advanced training in other specialties such as ICPA: International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (Webster Technique), Graston Technique, an evidence-based form of Instrumented-Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM), and has completed the required coursework for his Diplomate of Chiropractic Internist (DABCI).

Our mission is to provide people of all ages in Northern Colorado with a natural, alternative healthcare option that focuses on achieving optimum health and wellness. Dr. Schweitzer integrates a whole body approach to health and wellness. This approach focuses on finding the underlying source of a current issue or a potential future disturbance. Necessary steps are then taken through various treatment options including multiple chiropractic adjusting techniques, rehabilitation, nutritional counseling, acupuncture and massage to get and keep a person well.

Dr. Schweitzer’s interests include golfing, fishing, cars, mountain drives, family walks, spending time on his father’s farm and doing anything with his wife, two girls and dog.

Michelle Venter, C.A.

Chiropractic Assistant

Michelle Venter is a Chiropractic Assistant at Front Range Family Health & Chiropractic where she has specialized in administrative assisting for four years. Michelle is a Loveland native whose family dates back over 100 years in the state of Colorado. She graduated from Thompson Valley High School and upon completion of the esthetics program at Hair Dynamics, Michelle received her esthetician license. She has worked in customer service positions for twenty-five plus years in a variety of fields. Upon starting work at Shotts Family Healthcare in (2011), she found the perfect mix of customer service blended with her passion for natural medicine.  After marrying her husband, Lee, in 2006, she gained six grandchildren, who have become her favorite people. Lee and Michelle still reside in Loveland with their dogs, Lucy and Mollie.

She enjoys hiking, camping, cooking, and long walks on the beach. Michelle is a mainstay at our front desk, don’t forget to say hello!

Audrey Fisher, L.M.T.

Licensed Massage Therapist

Audrey Fisher is a Licensed Massage Therapist. She attended the Boulder College of Massage Therapy and graduated with honors from the school’s Associates Degree program. She has been practicing massage in Colorado for 3 years and has been part of our team at Front Range Family Health and Chiropractic for nearly 2 years. Audrey works to encourage change in the soft tissue of the body in order to create a better body balance, and a more pain-free life. She believes in the power of massage to reduce pain and stress, and increase the efficiency of chiropractic adjustments. Audrey loves educating her clients about their own bodies, enabling them to live happier, healthier lives.

Audrey provides therapeutic massage to clients with aches, pains, injuries, or recovering from surgeries.  She also provides prenatal and postpartum massages to mothers in all stages of pregnancy.

Audrey is a student of dance and a musical theater instructor in Longmont.  She also enjoys gardening, cycling, yoga and hiking in the mountains.