Meet the Staff
Judy Dennis- CCA, Office Manager
Judy has been with the practice since 1994. She loves helping people discover the road to better health through chiropractic,nutrition response testing and other natural means. Getting to know the patients and their famiies and friends is a great honor to her. She has served as past president of the Chiropractic Assistant's Council of the NC Chiropractic Association. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from UNC-Charlotte. A native of nearby Indian Trail, NC, Judy currently lives in Charlotte, NC. She has two adult children,Olin and Emily and a son-in-law Emily's husband Joshua.The new love of her life is her grandson Jackson! She enjoys traveling, and reading.
Aubrey Witkowski - Chiropractic Assistant
Aubrey, a Charlotte Native, is the newest addition to the practice. She has an Associates Degree in Criminal Justice and has a passion for helping people. She has one four legged child, Adrian, who is the love of her life. She enjoys taking Adrian to the beach and for hikes. She also enjoys the game of golf and a good book to read.
Norman EllerbeNorman Ellerbe is a native of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Before finding massage therapy, he worked in the beauty and barbering field and as a group fitness instructor. In 2017, Norman moved to Charlotte to attend Southeastern institute to complete their massage therapy program. During his tenure at Southeastern Institute, he got a job at Massage Envy as a spa attendant, with the intent of learning the pulse of massage therapy in a spa atmosphere. He was soon promoted to Stretch Specialist at Massage Envy. In 2018, he graduated from Southeastern Institute and received his North Carolina licensure. Still eager to absorb more information and credentials, Norman followed his new found love of eastern natural healing and found continuing education courses such as accupressure and hot stone, which he is very enthusiastic about. We welcome Norman to the Charlotte Natural healing team.
Susan Duncan - Massage Therapist
Susan is a recent gradate of Gaston College with an Associate Degree in Therapeutic Massage and over 1100 hours in classroom and clinical training. She has spent most of her adult life raising five children, but has always dreamt of being a massage therapist. She incorporates Swedish massage with deep tissue work and stretches to help her clients. Susan has worked with a variety of clients, including those who struggle with depression, chronic neck/back pain, fibromyalgia, and opioid addiction. She also enjoys working with prenatal clients.
Susan chose to go into massage therapy because she has dealt with chronic pain for many years and has overcome it with a healthy diet, exercise, and massage therapy. Because of her experience with chronic pain, she has empathy for those dealing with similar issues, and enjoys facilitating their healing process.
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