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Fife, WA 98424 US

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Meet Our Team


Benji Brandon

Billing Specialist

Benji has been managing claims and insurance accounts for Fife Chiropractic since July of 2011. After graduating from Everest College Tacoma Campus in 2010 with an Associate’s Degree specializing in Medical Insurance Billing and Coding; prior to working at Fife Chiropractic, Benji worked in customer service management and sales, most recently working for Comcast for 6 years. In his free time Benji enjoys music, photography, hiking, and cooking. Benji is available Monday, Wednesday, and Friday’s and is happy to answer any of your insurance billing questions!


Marice Sacoman

Front Desk
Marice came to Washington from southern New Mexico. While pursuing an art education she found herself yearning for freedom and independence. The Northwest called her and she soon found her place within the Seattle massage community. During her training and education, she developed a passion for Ayurveda (the medicine of India) and a desire to heal (herself and others). She was drawn to southern California where a massage opportunity in an Ayurvedic wellness facility presented itself. After 5 years of Ayurvedic massage practice and education in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, she again heard the NW calling. Always striving for health and alignment, she has found like minded folks at Fife Chiropractic where, as a front desk face, she happily greets those who seek the same.  She continues to practice massage part-time and shares a loving home with her significant other and two furry kids.


Mishon Wooldridge

Front Desk, Massage Therapist

Mishon Wooldridge became a massage therapist because she was fascinated with how the body works, and how to increase quality of life for herself and those around her. She graduated from Peninsula College massage school in 2010. She loves working with both chronic and acute pain, and creating a relaxing, stress-free environment for people she works with. Mishon is a Washington native and WWU alumni. She spends her spare time with her husband, or working on her hobbies writing, painting, and playing guitar. Mishon specializes in intraoral, cupping, and pregnancy massage.


Tessa Bennett

Massage Therapist

Tessa Bennett knew she wanted to be a Massage Therapist since the age of 7 when she had her first professional foot massage. She graduated from Sawyer College massage school (Merrillville, IN) in 2003. She has work experience in clinical settings with Chiropractors and Physical Therapists and also at high end Resort Spa's. She loves working at Fife Chiropractic because the setting allows her to combine her experience and bring a relaxation/treatment style to the "table". She thinks massage is a great career and is always excited to learn new modalities. She has training in cupping, hot stone, serpentine stone and barefoot shiatsu. Tessa has a passion for Yoga and hopes to be an instructor some day. She just recently moved to the area from Sherwood, Oregon with her husband and six-year old daughter. Her spare time is spent having fun adventures with her family, cooking and reading.

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6:00pm

Tuesday:

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6:00pm

Wednesday:

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Thursday:

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6:00pm

Friday:

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12:00pm

Saturday:

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  • "We have been coming to Fife Chiropractic for 20 years. Each of our children have been since birth. We have always valued Chiropractic care, but this last fall it was really put to the test when our daughter fell off a horse and displaced her disk. Well, it was surgery or chiropractic care. Long story short, our daughter could have ended up in surgery but Dr.Chrissy and the staff at Fife Chiropractic helped her heal. She is the star defender of her soccer team."
    Jeff and Lynn F. /Fife, WA

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