Greg Pfiffner, DC
Chiropractor & Clinic Owner
Greg Pfiffner, DC, Chiropractor and Owner, graduated with honors from Palmer University West in 1993 and has practiced in the Snoqualmie Valley since 1999. Dr. Greg specializes in soft tissue injuries, including automobile injuries, work injuries, and sports related injuries. Dr. Greg’s personalized care mirrors his philosophy that all patients come with unique and different conditions. He tailors care to patients’ specific needs. Dr. Greg’s gentle approach, holistic viewpoint, and extensive referral network have been the cornerstone of Alpine Chiropractic’s success in the Valley over the years.
Alastair Harper, DC
Dr. Harper completed his chiropractic education at Palmer College of Chiropractic West in 1999. After graduation he spent three years practicing in the San Francisco bay area. While being the senior associate doctor in the busy clinic, his knowledge in the areas of sports, work and automobile injuries expanded exponentially. His next move in his adventurous life was back to the Pacific Northwest. A year was spent as an independent chiropractic contractor before starting practice in issaquah in 2004. He is a welcomed new addition to the Alpine Chiropractic family and will be here to serve patients every Tuesday and Thursday.
Aimee Bahr, LMT
Licensed Massage Therapist
I have been practicing massage for fifteen years. I have advanced training in deep tissue and injury treatment and prevention massage, therapeutic massage, massage for orthopedic conditions, sports massage, cupping & massage for whiplash syndrome. I am a provider for most insurance companies & have experience in motor vehicle & work injury claims.
I have special interest in working on soft tissue injuries, sprains and strains, tendonitis related conditions, muscle spasms, headaches, fibromyalgia, chronic pain and nerve impingement conditions. I demonstrate my expertise in treating conditions & assisting to prevent reoccurrence.
I believe that combining multiple techniques allows for better results, and understand that one patient may respond better to one technique than another. Examples of techniques I use are myofascial release, trigger point therapy, pain free passive stretching, pin and stretch, Swedish massage, hydrotherapy and deep connective tissue massage.
My goal as a therapist is to help facilitate tissue healing, decrease inflammation, help restore structural imbalances in various muscle groups throughout the body, dissolve muscle adhesions, lengthen connective tissue, hydrate joints, help release entrapped nerves and help speed the recovery of soft tissue trauma and injury.
I believe it's important to encourage patients to be actively involved in their treatment plan and stay committed to their physicians recommendations. Professionalism and quality care are my strengths.
In my spare time, I love spending time with friends and family, hiking, biking, fishing and trips to the ocean.
Rio Vega, LMT
Licensed Massage Therapist