Liz was born and raised in Utah. While attending UVU to receive her Nursing degree, she met the love of her life and future husband, Todd. They were ‘Chemistry’ lab partners! They now have three grown boys who love motocross and life. The boys race most weekends, and Liz is a professional spectator.
Liz first came to love Chiropractic care due to chronic shoulder issues. She was told by many doctors that she would need surgery. Referred by a friend and neighbor, she came to Dr. Bill’s office. Not only did she not need surgery, but she has been pain free and feeling better now for many years.
Her husband and sons have also been patients for about a decade. Chiropractic has been able to help them through many motocross and other injuries, and help boost their immune systems and overall health.
After practicing as a nurse for the last 27 years, Liz decided to make the shift from medicine to a career that gave her a more holistic approach to health.
Liz is thrilled to be a part of Chiropractic 4 Kids and Families and to be able to see and help people recover from pain and injuries and be healthy and happy. She also loves seeing Dr. Bill work with babies and children and help them be as healthy as possible naturally.
Carry grew up in Sandy, Utah and attended Utah State University where she met her Canadian husband Rob. She became a massage therapist while living in the Seattle area. She has always had a great interest in learning about the body. She practiced as a massage therapist for the next several years. The Adys moved back to Utah in 2003 and Carry became a full time stay at home Mom to raise their three children. They are an active family that loves boating and traveling and beach time. Carry enjoys hiking, pilates and cooking. Carry met Dr. Bill through the world of tennis. She became a patient at his office due to back pain from tennis. Years later when Carry heard about the job opening at Dr. Bill's office, she jumped at the chance to work with him and his amazing team. 'In the little time that I've worked here, I have seen amazing things that Dr. Bill has been able to facilitate by helping children and adults heal themselves through proper alignment of the spine.'
My name is Kayla Peyrani Noyes. I'm a California native but can't help but call Utah home. That being said I am a 'homebody' but I also like to lounge outside and listen to music. So when it comes to my trade a.k.a massage I'm really in my element. Choosing to become a massage therapist was a natural choice for me. I knew it would keep me on my toes and give me the sense of fulfillment I'd been searching for. Which is why I am so thrilled to work with Dr. Bill and his team! All of us working together to serve and educate our community in becoming