Dr. Larson earned his Doctorate of Chiropractic from Parker College of Chiropractic in 1999 at the suggestion from his father who graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1964. Dr. Larson is a native of Washington State and a second generation chiropractor who has been helping patients for over 23 years.
He cares for patients of all ages using various techniques to best serve each individual. He has worked as a chiropractor in 6 countries on 4 continents; The US, Germany, Peru, Indonesia, China, and Vietnam. He has been married since 2010. Together Dr. Larson and his wife have two energetic children. When not in the office, Dr. Larson loves to travel, learn languages, read books, hike and rollerblade, and mostly just spend time with his family.
Dr. Swan has extensive experience in western medicine, exercise therapy, and chiropractic. He began his patient care as a Navy corpsman and was hired by Duke Medical Hospital after he left the service. There, he assisted the Neurology, Orthopedic, and Ophthalmology Surgical Departments. Dr. Swan has always been passionate about educating and fostering relationships with his patients throughout his career. He completed his nursing degree at UNC in 1979, received his degree in Exercise Physiology Lab at UCLA, was director of a spinal cord injury rehabilitation center and has since worked as a chiropractor for the past 27 years after graduating from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1995. He is certified in Cranial, Cox Flexion-Distraction, and SOT Chiropractic adjustment techniques and has advanced degrees in Atlas work.
An avid sailor most of his life, Dr. Swan won the Snipe Class Junior National Championships in 1965 and has also raced on a world class outrigger canoe team, winning the Molokai Channel Race 4 times. He also stays active as a 3.5 level tennis player. You can find him playing on both a men’s 18+ tennis league and a mixed doubles team.
As a certified Personal Trainer and Corrective Exercise Specialist Natalia thrives to provide the best experience to her patients to help achieve their goal and eliminate their pain. She likes to educate people about what they do, how they do it, and why they do it in terms of their recovery and exercise. In her free time she enjoys reading books, watching movies and outdoor sports.
Nicholas has always been interested in health care and when he discovered Massage Therapy and the benefits it had to offer, he immediately applied to Cortiva School of Massage and completed the program in May of 2010. Nicholas specializes in deep tissue, trigger point, and active release massage. He also enjoys performing assisted stretching with patients. Massage Therapy helps to increase circulation, and compliments chiropractic care. He currently lives in Duvall , WA, and has been a Washington resident since 1985. He enjoys the outdoors, and spending time with family and friends.
Katlyne is an experienced medical biller and has also managed many different types of businesses over the years. Her favorite part of working at Towers Family Chiropractic is hearing from the patients how good they feel and how much better their life is after a chiropractic adjustment. Katlyne loves spending time outdoors and going for walks with her husband and 2 young kids. When not outside she enjoys reading, playing games and serving at her church.
Born and raised in Bellevue, WA, Leo enjoys spending time outdoors and taking photos in the PNW nature. He is currently studying Digital Marketing at Bellevue College and lives in Redmond with his cat Buck. Besides the front desk, Leo is also responsible for checking patient's insurance benefits. Leo’s favorite part of working at Towers Chiropractic is getting to know the patients and helping them on their healing journey.