Dr. Angello Clinic Director of Spine & Injury Center is trained and licensed to practice Chiropractic, EMG and Nerve Studies, sEMG, Acupuncture, Class IV Laser Therapy, Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Therapy (our clinic is a Lordex Spine Institute), and Physiotherapy in the State of Colorado and is a certified Level I Workman’s Compensation Physician.
Christopher obtained his Bachelors in Chemistry from the University of South Florida in 1997 where he was also the president of the American Chemical Society his senior year and treasurer during his junior year. He received his Doctor of Chiropractic designation from Life University in 2001. Christopher also took several additional courses at Life University outside the Chiropractic Curriculum in line with a Masters in Sports Health Science.
For the last 11 years Christopher has worked as a Grand Junction Chiropractor and Rehab Specialist, where he is currently the clinic director of Spine & Injury Center of Grand Junction. He is also married and has 2 wonderful little girls.
Christopher has continued to take post graduate training in the areas of spinal injury, radiology, neurology, EMG and NCV, examination, acupuncture, acupressure, treatment techniques, and nutrition leading to several different certificates of training.
Christopher is an active member of the APS (American Pain Society), the CCA (Colorado Chiropractic Association), and is on the Colorado IME (Independent Medical Examination) panel. Patients seen by him include all age ranges from children to the elderly, those involved in automobile accidents, sports injuries, work injuries, chronic headaches, neck & back pain, CTS (carpel tunnel syndrome), fibromyalgia, nutritional consulting, and general wellness care.
Shantelle A. Angello, RMT
Shantelle Angello, graduated from Cedaredge High School as Valedictorian in 2000. She is also the winner of the National Award for the Who’s Who Among American High School Students. She was part of the dance team, choir, show choir, and took private voice and piano lessons.
Shantelle started massage training in August of 2000. She graduated from the Utah College of Massage Therapy in Lindon, Utah in March of 2001 with the Outstanding Academic Achievement Award and a 4.0 GPA. Her office and business, Serenity Island Massage, Inc. are located inside her husband’s chiropractic clinic, Spine and Injury Center of Grand Junction. Shantelle currently practices massage on infants to the elderly, as well as medical conditions such as MS, Parkinson’s, Guillain Barre, Cancer, Diabetes, and repetitive motion injures. She is trained in many techniques such as Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Stone Therapy, Infant, Injury, Myofascial, Sports Massage and Craniosacral. She knows many other techniques, but the aforementioned are among her favorites. Shantelle is also certified in Spinal Pain, Cancer and Massage, and Pharmacology for Massage. She was also a nominee for the Manchester Who’s Who Among American Massage Therapists.
Shantelle resides in Grand Junction, with her husband, Christopher and their daughters.
At the Spine & Injury Center of Grand Junction we educate our patients on how the body works, and its ability to heal. Read our patients’ testimonials to hear how we help to eliminate pain and restore quality of life.
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Our clinic recognizes this new technology can help many patients who have had little success with other conservative treatment. Spinal Decompression has been the most important medical advance in the non-surgical, non-invasive treatment of back pain in the past 10 years. This FDA cleared Spinal Decompression technology is presently being utilized by neurologists, orthopedic surgeons, chiropractic physicians, family physicians, pain specialists, and physical therapists across the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia.
We now can help patients that prior to Spinal Decompression would have had to live in pain for the rest of their lives. They come to us when other treatments have failed to give them relief.
We look forward to being of help to you!
How Can I Get Things Rolling?
Get in touch with our office at (970) 248-9833 to schedule a preliminary consultation with the Health professionals at the Spine & Injury Center of Grand Junction to identify your specific problem. Medical Assessment and Diagnostic testing processes may need to be conducted prior to commencing any treatment method as a way to establish the most beneficial course of action. After thoroughly examining your case history and exam results, the Doctors will sit down and explain his encouraged course of action for you personally. After giving answers to any questions you might have in regards to the encouraged program, you may perhaps get started with your treatment plan.