Sarah E. Radabaugh, D.C.
I have a passion for helping people, and my career is incredibly rewarding. My mission is to provide natural health care with compassion and respect for every person we see, and I think listening is the most important skill a health care provider can possess. I believe that drugs and surgeries are the last resort. There is so much we can do with conservative care to improve health and decrease pain without drugs or surgery.
I became a chiropractor after seeing the results that chiropractic could produce, and seeing the relationships that develop between chiropractors and their patients. I earned my Bachelor of Science degree from South Dakota School of Mines & Technology in Rapid City, South Dakota. Later, I graduated as Valedictorian from Northwestern College of Chiropractic in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with my Doctor of Chiropractic Degree and Acupuncture Certification.
I enjoy treating patients of all ages, from newborn to 100+, and I have a special passion for treating babies, children, and women during pregnancy. I am one of the few chiropractors in Wyoming specializing in treating infants, children, and pregnant women. I use a variety of techniques in my adjusting including Diversified, Drop, Activator, Webster, and Craniosacral Therapy. I do acupuncture as well, which I find is a great adjunct to chiropractic care.
Additionally, I am trained in Kinesiotaping and various soft tissue techniques and enjoy treating young athletes.
I am also a member of the Business and Professional Women's Group, the Worland/Tensleep Chamber of Commerce, the American Chiropractic Association, the ACA Council on Chiropractic Pediatrics, and the Foundation for Chiropracic Progress. I also enjoy volunteering my time as a local La Leche League Leader.
I was honored in 2016 to be recognized by my peers as the Wyoming Chiropractic Association Chiropractor of the Year. I served as President of the Wyoming Chiropractic Association from 2014-2016.
I have been practicing in Worland since 2007. My father, Dr. Bill Hayes, now practices in my office as well as in Thermopolis. My husband, our two children, and I are committed to Worland. We love Wyoming's wide open spaces and enjoy horseback riding, hiking, and camping.
Dr. Sarah Radabaugh
"Chiropractic for Breastfeeding Success." ACA News. http://www.acatoday.org/content_css.cfm?CID=5480
Bill F. Hayes, D.C.
I have been practicing natural health care for over 30 years. My studies in natural medicine and healing began under the direction of an osteopathic physician, my personal friend and mentor, at the Beechwold Natural Clinic in Columbus, Ohio. I earned my Bachelor of Science degree in Human Biology and my Doctor of Chiropractic degree, with honors, from Logan College of Chiropractic. I am also an experienced acupuncturist, having obtained the status of Fellow in postgraduate acupuncture studies, with the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture.
Our team members are welcoming and friendly as well as professional and confidential. They include Gail Klispie, office manager; Angela Michel, chiropractic assistant; Gloria Sala, chiropractic assistant, and Khela Morado, chiropractic assistant.