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11723 Old Glenn Highway, #101

Eagle River, AK 99577 US

(907) 696-4878

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Meet The Awesome Staff


  • Barbara A. Harris
    Licensed, Board Certified Massage Therapist
    Orthopedic Massage Certified

    Barbara is a lifelong Alaskan and enjoys the great outdoor sports and adventures of Alaska.  You can find her “snowmachining,” mountain biking, jet skiing, four wheeling, hiking, fishing, flying & diving.  Barbara's adventures even include the Iron Dog Trail in 2012, “Team Doo-Chicks.”

    Barbara joined Northern Chiropractic in January 2001. She offers a variety of different massage techniques, including: Swedish massage, deep tissue massage and myofascial Release.

    Barbara became a Licensed and Certified Massage Therapist in 2000 after graduating from the University of Alaska Anchorage Massage Therapy Program. Barbara attends continuing education courses in many different types of techniques. These courses have included myofascial release, positional release, muscle energy and modern neuromuscular technique. She also studied & certified with James Waslaski in orthopedic massage and George Kousaleos in myofascial release technique.

    Barbara is a professional member of both the American Massage Therapy Association and the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. Barbara is Nationally & Board Certified in Alaska.

  • Jessyca Blackburn
    Licensed, Board Certified Massage Therapist

    Bio coming soon...

  • Julia Jette
    Office Manager and Marketing/PR Manager

    Julia has worked for Northern Chiropractic since 1999 and has worn many hats during that time. She began working at the front desk, then moved into insurance billing/collections and is now the team's office manager. Julia also handles all the marketing and public relations for the office. She is the main contact for all advertising, marketing, public relations and media questions.

    Born and raised in Alaska, Julia graduated with honors from the University of Alaska Anchorage in 2007 with a Bachelor's degree in Journalism and Public Communications. Julia enjoys enriching her mind, reading fiction books, hanging out with her family, golfing, wine and beer tasting and traveling. Put simply, she enjoys all things Alaska with Alaskan style.

  • Samantha Schoaf
    Office Administrator

    Samantha signed on with Northern Chiropractic June 2016.

  • Khari Wright
    Office Administrator

    Khari missed us and the patients so much that she re-joined us in September 2017 after being gone for three years.

  • Justin Jette
    Chiropractic Assistant

    Bio coming soon...

  • Patti Cole
    Chiropractic Scribe/Assistant

    Patti joined the Northern Chiropractic team in January 2017.

  • Aerin Gaines
    Whatever We Tell Her:)

    Aerin joined the Northern Chiropractic team in December 2010. She began working as the front desk administrator and has since moved into assisting Dr. Greg with his documentation. Aerin always has a smile on her face and takes any opportunity to crack a joke in order to spread her enthusiasm for life.

    Aerin was born and raised in Alaska and has spent most of those years in Eagle River. Aerin received her Bachelor's degree in 2015 in Journalism and Public Communications through the University of Alaska Anchorage. Aerin enjoys many aspects of Alaska, but she is ultimately finds herself at a warm beach or thinking about a warm beach outside of Alaska.

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Office Hours

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Northern Chiropractic

Monday:

7:00 am - 5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am - 5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonial

  • "I have been a patient of Dr. Greg’s since 1996. Back when my children were still young and he had none. Dr. Greg has helped me in many ways, from injury, recovery to keeping me mobile through an extremely long and difficult medical issue. Barb his senior massage therapist has been right there providing massage treatment that complimented Dr. Greg’s therapy. His entire office staff is very sweet, nice and professional. That is why I refer Dr. Greg and Northern Chiropractic at every opportunity."
    Dana C. / Chugiak

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