About Us

Our Mission

At Conger Chiropractic, we only accept those patients for care that we sincerely believe we can help. When we meet you, we'll do an initial consultation and examination before beginning any treatment. Your condition, what's wrong, and how long it will likely take to fix will all be explained to your satisfaction.

A patient that understands what's wrong and how they can be a part of their health always get the best results, and we want you to live the healthy and pain-free life you've always wanted.

Now's the time to finally end your pain with all natural chiropractic care. We are more than happy to offer you a no-charge, no-obligation consultation. During that time, we'll discuss the history of your condition and help determine if chiropractic can help.

What we can help

Chiropractic is a natural way to help you get healthy and be pain-free. Since it's beginning in 1895, people from all over the world have experienced the benefits of this healing art.

The most common reason someone comes into our office is due to a symptom (usually pain), that hasn't been helped through other means. For some, we're their last hope to help them avoid surgery. Here are some of the reasons people visit us:

  • Car Crash Pain
  • Headaches
  • Neck Pain
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Upper Back Pain
  • Lower Back Pain
  • Numbness
  • Tingling
  • Sciatica

Our Staff

Dr. Ted L. Conger

Dr. Conger attended Brigham Young University where he completed his Pre-chiropractic requirements. He studied chiropractic at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. Dr. Conger has served as the president of the Utah Chiropractic Physicians Association from 1988-89 and 1997-99, and as a board member in several other capacities. He is also active in The International Chiropractic Alumni Association where he currently serves as the President. He has various post-graduate hours in diagnostic and clinical x-ray, chiropractic adjusting technique, nutrition, spinal trauma, pediatrics, sports injuries, rehabilitation, professional ethics, federal compliance, and HIPPA totaling over 500 additional hours since 1983. Dr. Conger was born and raised in Seattle, Washington. He is an Eagle Scout, served a mission for the LDS Church in South Carolina, is married to Debbie Bailey, and they are the parents of two daughters.

Kayla Kent

Kayla is a native to Utah. She has spent most of her time residing in Saratoga Springs, next to Utah Lake. She grew up boating most summers on the lake with her parents and two younger siblings. She graduated from the Utah College of Massage Therapy in October of 2011 with a 3.6 GPA and 815 hours of schooling as well as having 115 hours of clinical internship. Kayla spends most days practicing massage and loving every opportunity to learn and improve her skills as a holistic healer! She does regional and trigger point work as well as full body massage in our office. In her spare time, Kayla likes to go hiking with her boyfriend, dog, and good friends and family. She also enjoys doing yoga and dancing. She was given the nickname "Disco" during massage school by one of her instructors for always dancing in class.

Hannah Young

Hannah is one of our massage therapists in both the Downtown and the Holladay offices. She is fun and bubbly and loves being part of a healing profession. She did her massage training from 2011 – 2012 in Cedar City, Utah. She was born and grew up in Cedar City, but spent a lot of time in Salt Lake City with family over the years. She also lived in Lake Elsinore, California for a year before moving back to Utah to be with her friends and family here. Hannah is driven and has an outgoing personality. She has hosted blood drives, she loves to bike, cook, hike and do all sorts of outdoor activities! She is currently living with her family and her dog, Koa. She would eventually like to expand into working with physical therapy in addition to massage and she someday hopes to be able to eat a whole watermelon.

Heather Johnson

Heather has lived in Salt Lake City most of her life. She has a great personality and loves what she does as a massage therapist. Her favorite modalities to practice are Thai massage and Reiki. She just loves that, as a massage therapist, she can keep learning new modalities and improve her technique and training for her whole life. Heather is married to her high school sweetheart and they have two teenage boys and a dog. She graduated from the Myotherapy College of Utah in 2008 and has been working in the field since then. They live in Salt Lake City and enjoy taking advantage of all of the opportunities and benefits of living by a city, but being so close to the "great outdoors"! During the summer they enjoy hiking and biking and try to get to get down to Southern Utah for vacations during the summer. They bike everywhere on the weekends and love spending time together as a family.

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