Dr. William Davis DC

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Chiropractic care is all natural – we put nothing in the body and take nothing out. Chiropractic care allows the body to heal itself, and the results are amazing!

A high school football injury led me to chiropractic. A coach convinced me to see a chiropractor because of his own chiropractic success story. You know how it is when your play in high school or college sports – you don’t want to miss a single play! I would be lying if I said I wasn’t nervous for my first appointment, but my chiropractic experience was incredible! I had almost immediate relief, and when it was all said and done, just like I had hoped, I didn’t miss a single play! Chiropractic care corrected my problem, it didn’t simply cover up the symptoms with drugs, and allowed me to successfully continue to play football in both high school and college. I can vividly remember, immediately after my first appointment, telling my teammates, coaches, parents and anyone else who would listen, that I was going to become a chiropractor.


Dr. Davis is married to his wife Sandy. They have five children and five grandchildren!  Dr. Davis stays active with all sorts of community activities, along with golf and more recently, Ironman Triathlons. He has served on his chiropractic state board multiple times and is a past president of the Washington State Chiropractic Association. He has also been named Washington State Chiropractor of the Year on two separate occasions.

“I can’t expect my patients to work out and stay fit if I don’t.” When training for one of his triathlons, Dr. Davis will train six days a week, usually late after work. He doesn’t expect you to train 15-20 hours a week like he does, but he does strongly believe the body was made to move and that you should 'do something' to break a sweat at least four or five days each and every week. “And no, I don’t buy the 'no time' excuse for not working out.”

Dr. Tashauna Devine DC

Grant County Native

Dr. Devine was born and raised just a few miles outside of Ephrata on the outskirts of Moses Lake, WA. She attended Washington State University where she earned her first Bachelors of Science in Movement Studies. After working for a chiropractor in Moses Lake, Dr. Devine felt called to go in to the field and applied to the University of Western States  in Portland, Oregon. While at University of Western States, Dr. Devine earned a second Bachelors of Science degree in Biology as well as her Masters Degree in Sports Medicine. 

Dr. Devine is certified corrective exercise specialist with the National Academy of Sports Medicine. She can focus on teaching you the proper way to move through your daily life to prevent the aches and pains that can bog you down. Chiropractic adjustments along with home education is her main focus with specialties in sports medicine. Whether you are a high school athlete, or have been working on a farm for 40 years, she can help you maintain your health. 

In her free time, Dr. Devine enjoys spending time with her family as well as playing golf and being active in her local community. On any given day she can be found spending her time learning the most up to date treatments and focusing on her own well-being. Meal prepping and staying active is a key part of what keeps Dr. Devine up to speed with her busy patient schedule!