Prepare for Care
Deeper Than Your Back
Care with Dr. Ryeder can look very different session to session. There may be standing, sitting, movement exercises, meditation, journalling, depending on our collaborative care plan.
Chiropractic is done clothed. Come to your sessions wearing comfortable clothing that you can move in, but is loose enough that it can be rolled up easily.
Clear your schedule after sessions if you are able. It's best not to have to rush after an appointment to allow for integration in all that you do.
Consider this option: prepare a loved one in advance to talk with you or see you after your appointment. Sometimes sessions are emotional or inspiring and aftercare or a debrief may be beneficial.
Licensed Chiropractic Physician & Functional Medicine Practitioner
Ryeder completed their Doctorate of Chiropractic in Portland, OR where they first began practice in 2018 and are a recent transplant to the City of Seattle. Ze identifies as neurodivergent, trans, non-binary, a white-passing mixed person of African heritage, Italian & Estonian descent, and of the Jewish diaspora. Ryeder's pronouns are ze/hir, they/them, or she/her but you can't mess them up so don't worry about it too much. They are a survivor of early childhood loss as well as other traumatic events, have a history in one on one and group addiction counseling, are familiarized with 12-Step lineages including ACA, and are in a constant state of awe for the movements and visions we co-create for a better, caring future.
I'm a chiropractor local to Seattle who also travels for special events within the state of Washington. I currently offer single sessions and packages with two to three tiers of payment options, Access, General and Launch. Theoretically, General Rates keep me open and Launch Rates support a growing sliding scale.
Schedule a free consultation to ask me anything about my practice, including community chiropractic, whole family care, and special event offerings.
ORIGINAL PEOPLE OF THIS LAND
I am local and not indigenous to of the land that is now referred to in the settlers' tongue as Seattle, WA. Today I live and work in King County, the traditional lands of the Duwamish, Coast Salish, Stillaguamish, Suquamish, Cayuse, Umatilla, Walla Walla and many other Tribes who made their homes along the Duwamish River. People from these bands today have joined to become Muckleshoot, as well as the Confederated Tribes of The Umatilla Indian Reservation.
The Bone Witch D.C. pays respect to the elders past and present who have stewarded this land and each other throughout generations. They also pay Real Rent to the Duwamish Tribe.