Dr. Dana O’Neil
Dr. Dana O’Neil, a native of Louisville, Ky., attended DeSales High School, the University of Louisville, and graduated from Texas Chiropractic College in 1984. As one of nine children, Dr. O’Neil has personally received regular chiropractic care since childhood. He firmly believes in the incredible healing ability of our bodies. “When we have a health challenge of any type, we should always give the body the chance to heal itself first through the use of chiropractic spinal care, gentle exercise and good nutrition. Drugs are a distant second, and surgery, of course, is a last resort.”
Dr. O’Neil is a past President and Chairman of the Board of the Kentucky Association of Chiropractors. He continues to remain current with the latest developments in the chiropractic field. Dr. O’Neil enjoys a family practice where he treats a wide variety of patients and conditions from children to seniors. His greatest enjoyment in chiropractic comes from seeing patients experience greater health and vitality as their spinal health improves. People are amazed to see the far-reaching effects of a healthy spine as well as reduction in pain. Dr. O’Neil has been married to his wife Gail for 26 years, and they have been blessed with two wonderful children.
Dr. Patrick Trenary
Dr. Patrick Trenary decided that he wanted to pursue a career in chiropractic after he had seen what it had done for his wife, Samara. Samara had suffered horrible migraines all of her life. She would get one or two a month. He took her to see a good friend of his that was a chiropractor. After a having few adjustments, Samara hasn’t had a migraine since.
Dr. Trenary graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. There, he learned the Gonstead technique. This technique is a specific adjustment that corrects spinal misalignments. Dr. Trenary also completed an extremity course and is a Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner, or CCEP. This is very helpful to athletes to improve the biomechanics of the joints in the arms and legs, while improving muscle function.
Before Dr. Trenary attended chiropractic school, he served in the United States Marine Corps, where he was a hydraulic mechanic on military aircrafts. He served in both Afghanistan and Iraq.
Dr. Trenary is married to his wife, Samara. Samara is a CPA and works for LG&E. They have one child, a boy named Roman.
Jessica Buie, LMT
Hello, my name is Jessica Buie and I am one of the Licensed Massage Therapists at the Louisville location. My introduction to massage therapy and chiropractic care came as a result of being in a car accident in 2003. I received chiropractic adjustments, Craniosacral therapy and massage therapy right away. At the time I was working as an ABA Therapist with children with Autism. One of the little boys I worked with received Craniosacral therapy on a regular basis, and after a session I noticed an improvement in eye contact, a decrease in self-stimulatory behavior, an increase in attention and an overall calm demeanor. I knew ultimately this was the kind of work I wanted to do.
I took my first Craniosacral course through the Milne Visionary Craniosacral program in 2004 and started at the Louisville School of Massage as well. I did my internship at Kentuckiana Children’s Center, graduated in 2006 and became a Licensed Massage Therapist in 2007. Shortly thereafter I started my family. I have three amazing children (one daughter has Down’s Syndrome) who keep me on my toes. I love working with children and I have had a lot of practice working with my own. I am also trained in Lymphatic Drainage Technique, Deep Tissue Massage and Reiki.
I love what I do and am so grateful for the opportunity to follow this path of healing.
Meet our Staff:
My name is Aileen Brooks and I have been a part of the O’Neil Chiropractic team since we moved to the area in 2011. In 2009 I was introduced to Chiropractic. I was looking for a position in the health field and was drawn to the approach of treating ailments and injuries naturally. Our oldest son had many health issues growing up and we saw first hand how a healthy lifestyle and diet can greatly improve health.
I began learning how chiropractic enables the body to heal itself. It was exciting to see so many come through our doors who were helped by chiropractic. When we moved I decided I wanted to continue in this rewarding field.
In my position as Office Manager, my responsibilities include patient billing and insurance as well as overseeing the staff and daily operations. I am thankful to work in an environment that is so focused on patient health and well being.
My name is Megan Wilson and I am the front desk receptionist at O’Neil Chiropractic Center. I joined the Louisville team in July 2012 after my husband and I moved to Louisville from Missouri. I was looking for a position in a positive environment where I could serve and help others.
I began seeing the benefits of good chiropractic care after my husband became an O’ Neil Chiropractic patient and finally experienced relief after years of back and leg pain. It is a joy to see the care given by the doctors to each patient that comes in the door.
In my position as front desk receptionist I will do my best to ensure that each visit to our office is a pleasant one. I will assist you in filling out paperwork, making appointments, signing up for our “How to Stay Young Class”, and answering any other questions you might have for the O’Neil Chiropractic family.
My name is Brittany Riley and I am the front desk receptionist at our Louisville office. I have only been a part of the team since September of 2012. But even in this short time I have fallen in love with our team and our patients.
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O'Neil Chiropractic3613 Lexington RoadLouisville, Kentucky 40207(502) 896-6171
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