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Parry N. Comeau, PT, DC - Parry has a Bachelor of Science degree in physical therapy from the University of New England in Biddeford ME, and a doctorate degree from New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls NY. Parry has experience as a table instructor for Activator Methods and teaching Cold Laser Therapy to practitioners and colleges. Parry has been in practice for 20 years as a physical therapist and 16 years as a chiropractor.
He is the father of 2 children Connor age 13 and Katelyn age 9. He currently lives in Lynn in a house his great grandfather built and he rebuilt 10 years ago. His favorite thing to do is spend time outside in nature with his family.
COMEAU MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Teri Comeau, Office Manager
Lisa F. Aziz, LMT, NCTMB, MMP, is a state licensed massage therapist, nationally certified and medically certified massage practitioner. She is committed to helping patients in this community and has been practicing since 1994.
Lisa utilizes an individualized approach and a solid understanding of human anatomy to determine the best techniques for your body. Therapeutic massage for relaxation and medical applications are offered. Some of her techniques include: deep tissue, Myofacial release, cupping, heat, prenatal, hot stones and Reiki.
Melissa Clark, LMT, graduated Spatech Institute’s Holistic Massage Therapy Program in September 2009, and has been practicing at Comeau Health Care from the very beginning of her massage career. She is trained I Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue / Sports massage, Myofacial Release, Reflexology, Chair Massage, Polarity Therapy, ROM (Range of Motion improvement), and Prenatal Massage. With surprisingly strong hands and an equally strong desire to help others heal, she is an excellent choice for those who need and prefer deep work.
Barbara Rush, LMT has been working as a massage therapist for 20 years, graduating from Myotone Institute in 1993, and has been practicing at Comeau Health Care Associates since 2013. Beyond relaxation techniques, Barbara uses a combination of stretching and trigger point release directed to the areas of necessity: which may include rotator cuff muscles, headaches and sinus congestion, and sciatic pain.
Through ‘The Institute of Integrative Health Studies’ Barbara has been certified in Personal Training and Nutrition, Sports Injury, Modalities and Treatment; and Ethics management. Barbara also has her BS in Education from Salem State College from the dinosaur era.
XolaRose Reddick, LMT (pronounced Joe-la Rose) has been a therapeutic bodyworker since her graduation from Healing Mountain Massage School in Salt Lake City, Utah. She has been a licensed massage therapist since 2007. Her massage has been described as intuitive, relaxing and relieving. She likes to integrate breath work and soothing suggestion into the massage to take you even deeper into relaxation during your session.
Her Modalities include Swedish, Deep Tissue, Prenatal, Advanced integrative therapy, Thai Yoga massage, Shiatsu, Hot stone Massage, Craniosacral therapy, Qigong, Breath Empowerment, 9-breath Meditation, and Food Healing.
When she is not at work, she plays Mom to 3 fantastic children and wife to her loving husband. She does her best to find the time every day for Prayer and Meditation.
Dr. Wayne A. Comeau graduated cum laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1969, and has had a private practice in Danvers for the past 46 years. Dr. Comeau is active in the profession of Chiropractic, serving as a member and past chairman of the Board of the Massachusetts Chiropractic Society, and serving the Commonwealth as a member and past chairman of the Board of Registration of Chiropractors, for 13 years. He taught the Activator Method of instrument adjusting for 20 years to other practitioners both in the United States and in Australia. He is presently a member and Secretary of the American Chiropractic Board of Occupational Health.
During his 46 years of practice in Danvers, Dr. Comeau has been highly involved in the community: he is a member and past president of the Kiwanis club, a member and past president of the Touchdown club, a member of the Board of Trustees and past president of the Danvers Historical Society and serves the Town of Danvers as a voter registrar.
Dr. Wayne Comeau
DC, DACBOH, FACC
Parry N. Comeau
Liza Rogers MPT, ATC – Liza received her Bachelor’s of Sports Medicine from Castelon University and her Master’s of Physical Therapy from the University of Vermont. She has worked extensively with high school and collegiate athletes doing sports rehabilitation, pre-and post-season training. She completed her Master’s Research Study on Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo and has been treating patients with dizziness and inner ear dysfunction for 10 years. Liza has completed over 150 hours of training in the John Barnes Myofascial Release manual technique seeing good success with this technique in treating patients with chronic neck pain. She believes strongly in educating patients about their conditions and the human body to improve their overall health and outcome with physical therapy. She also has experience working with patients with neurological deficits to improve quality of life and ability to maximize independence with walking and daily activities.
Laura R. Zohman, MA, LDN, CHT, has been a practicing nutritionist and holistic educator for 20 years. She is licensed in nutrition, certified in nutrition and gnosis, and is a Reiki master. She has taught nutrition at Northeastern University and other colleges. He spent nine years as a nutritional consultant for a medical practice and a reproductive health center. She continues to teach at colleges, holistic centers, hospitals, businesses, and counsels private patients in Danvers in Salem Massachusetts.
Laura helps clients transform outdated behaviors into healthy, self-nursing ones that support positive healthy life changes. As a former fatty, Laura learned firsthand, the life skills necessary to maintain ideal weight in good health. It is her privilege to teach others optimum “wellness from the inside out”
Amy G. Rowe, Licensed Acupuncturist, Masters of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine is certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and licensed by the Massachusetts Board of Medicine as a practitioner of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal therapy. She graduated with a Master’s degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (MAOM) from the first acupuncture school in the United States, the New England School of Acupuncture (NESA) in Newton, Massachusetts. Her course of study included training in Chinese and Japanese Acupuncture Styles as well as Chinese herbal medicine. Her clinical experience included rotations at the PACE center for Seniors in Lynn, Pathways to Wellness in Boston, as well as the teaching clinic at NESA. She finds great reward in assisting her patients on their journeys toward improved health in body, mind, and spirit.
Eric Knight, owner and operator of Knight's Personal Training, has been in the fitness profession since 1994. In 2003, Eric earned an Associate in Science degree from Northshore Community College and is now a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant. He holds a certificate for personal training through the American Council Commission on Exercise (ACE), a National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) accredited organization and is a certified boxing coach through USA Amateur Boxing (Level 2).
In addition, Eric has practiced various martial arts throughout his life and he holds a third-degree brown belt in Niten Ichi Ryu. He has competed in both kickboxing and amateur boxing competitions.
Laura R. Zohman,
MA, LDN, CHT
Amy G. Rowe, Licensed Acupuncturist