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Burns - home to new chiropractor


April 16, 2020

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Above: Doctor Kayla Madler with husband Trevor, son - John and daughter - Irene.

Burns, Wyoming is home to a new business as of last month. Doctor Kayla Madler is a new chiropractor in the area and is open for business as an essential worker. Dr. Madler has opened her office in the old high school next to the town hall building and is looking forward to moving with her family to the area. I spoke with Dr. Madler this week to find out a little bit about her desire to be in the area.

1. Talk to me a little bit about your business. Why chiropractic? How early on did you know that you wanted to be a doctor?

I chose chiropractic after getting the much-needed pain relief and function restored in my lower back after suffering a sporting injury as a Freshman in High School. I had tried other modalities and it wasn't until I started getting adjusted that I was able to play basketball without pain. I was sold on chiropractic after having my horse adjusted at a 4-H clinic a few years later. I had a great chiropractor that I mentored under during my undergraduate work at Casper College and was then able to do my internship as well. I was intrigued by the ability of the body to heal with the assistance of an adjustment vs taking something and I loved that chiropractic tries to find the mechanism of the problem whether it be muscular or spinal or a combination of the two.

2. Tell me a little about where you're from and what it was like for you growing up.

I grew up in Torrington, WY and graduated from Torrington High School. I went on to Casper College for my undergraduate work and continued at Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, MN. I received my bachelors and doctorate in 2004 from Northwestern. Growing up I was very active, participating in volleyball, basketball, softball, marching band, yearbook, school musicals, Rough Riders 4-H club, and church youth group. My parents are still in Torrington and I am enjoying being closer to home again. 

3. How did you decide that Burns was where you wanted to be?

We have lived in Hillsdale for the past 8 years and after moving our daughter to Burns elementary this year, we knew it was the right time. We were encouraged by many parents as well and honestly; everything just fell into place. We have seen businesses come and go in Burns, but the community is growing, and we believe there is a need for more businesses here and great opportunity. I had a practice in MN for 7 years, prior to moving back to Wyoming, in a small community and I miss the community involvement and being a part of a close-knit group. I have practiced in Cheyenne for the past 8 years and have been blessed with a great office to be a part of and will continue to work there as well, but I am truly looking forward to becoming part of Burns and supporting the local school and community.

4. Talk to me about your family...what does everyone else think of the move?

I have been married to Trevor for 13 years now and we have 2 children, Irene and John. Irene is a sixth grader and John a first grader. We enjoy riding horses, supporting our kid's activities and being a part of our church family. As a family we are very excited to be in Burns. The kids enjoy riding their bikes around town and going to the library. They also like the office to come to after school. 

5. Tell me about your business, location, hours, maybe some services that you offer that the people in the local area can come to you for instead of going all the way to Cheyenne. 

Your Family Chiropractic, LLC offers chiropractic and acupuncture. We also have a traction table that can be used to help relieve lower back and mid back pain. I am certified in pediatrics and maternal chiropractic care and received my Webster Technique certification. I have worked on patients as young as a day old all the way up to 99 years young. I use a manual diversified adjusting style and strive to help patients feel better, but more importantly get their body working optimally. We are in the old High School (north building of the Burns Plex) and have a sign on our door where you enter by the gym. We are here on Tuesdays and Fridays for now and our hours are flexible, however Tuesdays we are trying 8 am - 5:30 pm and Fridays 9 am - 2 pm. We are willing to work with patients though as we develop the schedule needed to serve the community the best we can. Please call us for an appointment at 307-547-3330. We also have a Facebook Page that we keep updated as well. We have a sign on the corner of the sidewalk that says OPEN when we are in Burns so look for that if you are in town. Our website is in progress, but not ready yet. Stay tuned. We look forward to meeting you and helping you with your healthcare needs.

6. Talk about anything else you want folks to know!!

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Above: Dr. Madler with her new open sign.

Due to the current state our country is in, we are taking extra measures to keep ourselves and our patients safe. We are here to provide service for those that may benefit from chiropractic and acupuncture to relieve their symptoms and are happy to help keep you out of pain and keep your body working as optimally as it can to be as healthy as it can be.

While Dr. Madler is certainly not advocating being out and about during the current stay in place suggestion, she would like people to know that she is there during business hours to help those who may need her services. While we all love our local small-town feel, it's always encouraging to welcome new businesses to the area keeping our economy alive and vital. If you get a chance to stop by once things are back to normal, I suggest it!


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