Sarah Radabaugh, D.C.
Natural health care delivered with compassion and respect – that’s the vision that drove Dr. Sarah to create Cloud Peak Chiropractic and it’s that same mantra that fuels her continued devotion to every patient in the Cloud Peak family.
Dr. Sarah’s first exposure to chiropractic came at a very young age courtesy of her father, Dr. Bill Hayes, an experienced and highly skilled chiropractor in his own right. Inspired by the incredible results and long-lasting relationships she witnessed in her father’s office, Dr. Sarah enrolled at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology in Rapid City, South Dakota, where she earned her Bachelor of Science. Later, she graduated as Valedictorian from Northwestern College of Chiropractic in Minneapolis, Minnesota, accomplishing both her Doctor of Chiropractic and her Acupuncture Certification.
Today, Dr. Sarah is one of the few chiropractors in Wyoming specializing in the treatment of
infants, children, and pregnant women. Her approach to patient care centers around three crucial beliefs:
Listening is the most important skill a health care provider can possess
Drugs and surgery are the last resort
Conservative health care has the power to improve overall well-being and decrease pain
There’s a special, unspoken connection between mothers, and, as a parent herself, Dr. Sarah is passionate about helping mothers — and mothers-to-be — find natural ways to achieve optimal health so they can thrive and bond with their children.
As part of her practice, Dr. Sarah uses a variety of adjusting techniques, including Diversified, Drop, Activator, Webster, and CranioSacral Therapy. She’s also a skilled acupuncturist and is trained in kinesiotaping and other soft tissue techniques that are beneficial to a wide range of patients, including young athletes.
A few of Dr. Sarah’s numerous achievements:
Inaugural Pediatric Chiropractor of the Year, ACA Council on Chiropractic Pediatrics –
Treasurer, ACA Women’s Health Council – 2018 (Current)
Wyoming Chiropractic Association Chiropractor of the Year – 2016
President, Wyoming Chiropractic Association – 2014-2016
She’s also an active member of the local Worland community, currently serving as the East Side Elementary Representative for the Worland Elementary PTO and a member of both the Business and Professional Women’s Group and the Worland/Tensleep Chamber of Commerce.
Dr. Sarah lives with her husband and two children in Worland, where the family shares country life with their horses, pygmy goats, dogs, and cats.
Bill Hayes, D.C.
Dr. Bill Hayes, who likes to be known as Dr. Sarah’s Dad, has been practicing natural health care for more than 30 years. His studies in natural medicine and healing began under an osteopathic physician – also a close friend and mentor – at the Beechwold Natural Clinic in Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Bill later earned his Bachelor of Science in Human Biology and Doctor of Chiropractic, with honors, from Logan College of Chiropractic.
Dr. Bill is also an experienced acupuncturist, having obtained his status of Fellow in postgraduate acupuncture studies with the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture.
Dr. Bill sees patients in Thermopolis and in Worland. He loves to spend his free time enjoying the Wyoming outdoors and playing with his grandchildren.
Jessie Carroll, Massage Therapist
Jessie grew up in Wyoming and Montana where she was raised by a rancher and a fencing contractor. Being well accustomed to physical labor and long days molded her to be the professional she is today.
While waiting four years after high school to decide what she truly wanted to do with her life, she tried many different types of jobs. Her personal experience of different occupations makes her understanding of her patients’ needs in-depth and unique. She is driven to help people live the lifestyles they love, without being restricted by pain or discomfort.
Jessie graduated from the Utah College of Massage Therapy, She has been trained in many different massage modalities, such as Swedish, Deep Tissue, Hydrotherapy, Acupressure, Lymphatic, Cranial Sacral, Prenatal, Injury, and Structural massage.
Jessie and her dog Zoey currently reside in Worland, but she plans eventually to move outside the city limits so that she can get back to her love of working with dogs and horses.
Darcy Axtell, Massage Therapist
Darcy grew up on a cattle ranch in Thermopolis. The wide-open Wyoming expanse created a love for the freedom of movement in her spirit. Her passion for using movement as a tool for self-expression, calming the mind, and healing the body came from this beginning.
After experiencing some serious injuries from several horse wrecks, she began her journey into alternative healing modalities including acupuncture, massage, chiropractic, and yoga. She is thankful every day for the gift of movement in all its forms and hopes to reach this out to other people.
Darcy has completed over 500 hours of training and certifications in personal fitness training, yoga instruction, massage therapy, Thai massage therapy, yoga therapy, CPR/First Aid, dance and Zumba.
Angel Smart, Massage Therapist
Angel grew up on a farm in rural Alberta. It was here she gained a deep love of the earth and all things natural, and wide open spaces. She didn’t expect to fall in love with bodywork. Three weeks after checking it out, she was sitting in class at the Utah College of Massage Therapy, graduating in 1999.
Angel has worked in a variety of places with a wide range of clients, giving her a very broad knowledge base. Her talents have taken her all over the country including Utah, Washington, Nevada, Texas, and now Wyoming. She uses this to customize each massage to the individual’s needs. Whether you need those deep triggers worked out, or need a gentler approach, Angel can incorporate elements of Craniosacral, sports massage, Swedish massage, Structural Integration, Deep Tissue, facilitated stretching, shiatsu, and reflexology in every session. She describes her bodywork as results-driven. Her goal is for you to feel amazing when you get off her table.
She recently moved to Wyoming with her four kids to be closer to family and get back to those country roots.
Khela Morado, Licensed Esthetician
Khela obtained her esthetician license in 2000. She began her career doing specialized facials, chemical peels, microdermabrasion and assisting the doctor in a dermatology setting and has also worked in spas doing facials, waxing, body polishing treatments and body wraps.
A second generation Esthetician in her family, Khela grew up with a wonderful knowledge of proper skin care techniques, care and regular facials. However, after turning 20, she began suffering with severe cystic acne and decided to pursue her own esthetics license to be able to help others struggling with skin disorders as well. From early on in her career, she’s loved taking on cases that help purify and beautify struggling skin and give clients back self-confidence as their conditions improve.
Whether you have a chronic skin care issue or would just love to relax and be pampered, we’re here to help. Khela’s facial treatments are all built upon an amazing, results-driven, professional skin care line called Bioelements. They believe in a fusion of nature and science and don’t use any artificial fragrance or colorants that could irritate the skin. Each treatment is focused on targeting specific results through customized products, skin analysis and treatment goals between the client and esthetician.