Dr. Abby Reverts
Dr. Abby Reverts is a Board Certified Doctor of Chiropractic serving Madison and surrounding communities. She is originally from Lake Park, Ia and completed her undergraduate studies at Southwest Minnesota State University with a bachelor's degree in Exercise Science. She went on to receive her Doctorate of Chiropractic degree at Northwestern Health Sciences University. Upon graduation Dr Reverts began practicing at Vitality Chiropractic in Sioux Falls. There she had the opportunity to treat many great patients along with gain valuable experience in practice and business skills.
She is an active member of the South Dakota Chiropractic Association, American Chiropractic Association and is the current treasurer of the Sioux Empire Chiropractic Society. Dr. Reverts utilizes a "whole person" approach when working with her patients by looking beyond the symptoms into the underlying cause of the problem. Dr. Reverts is enthusiastic about educating patients on increasing their overall wellness and preventative care.
Stacey grew up on a farm in the small town of Spencer, SD. After graduating from McCook Central High School she went on to the University of South Dakota where she received her Bachelor of Science with a major in Psychology and a minor in Business Administration in May of 2013. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, playing volleyball, golfing, and creating Pinterest crafts.
SD Licensed and Nationally Certified Massage Therapist
It was about 25 years ago that I was in a “minor” car accident that left me suffering from neck problems and headaches for several months. My Chiropractor suggested that I see the Massage Therapist in his office because of the tense muscles that made the adjustments very difficult. She was the person that finally gave me relief from the headaches. I decided that I wanted to be able to help other people the way she helped me, and enrolled in school to become a Massage Therapist… The best career decision I ever made!
My first five years of work were focused on dealing with the “Therapy” part of massage and helping people with their issues. It was so rewarding to see clients experience relief and relaxation. I knew this was what my hands were supposed to be doing!
After a move to a new community (Aberdeen), I worked in the YMCA for 6 years. While there, I found the clients on my table to be athletes that were pushing themselves to their limits and wanting massage to help them to perform better and recover more quickly. Being somewhat of an athlete myself, I was able to relate to what they were experiencing and how they were using their muscles. I absolutely loved being a part of their training programs and seeing them reach their potential. Again, I knew that working with this group of people was what I wanted to do!
I’ve also had courses on working with geriatric clients, pregnant clients, spa –minded clients and so many other specialties. All of which, I thoroughly enjoy!
We all get just one body and we should really learn to take care of it! Massage is a great way to give the body some “Tender Loving Care”, and that’s why I love what I do… Every-Body needs it! Seeing a person go into the total state of relaxation and achieve a higher level of peace, calmness and comfort is the reason I’ve enjoyed the past 24 years of being a Massage Therapist.