Dr. Scott Asay is a board certified Doctor of Chiropractic with extensive training and clinical experience. Dr. Scott earned his Bachelor of Art (BA) from The University of Utah and his Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) from Parker University in Dallas, Texas.
Each treatment is individualized and tailored to the specific needs of every patient. Dr. Scott utilizes a multitude of techniques with a wide spectrum of clinical application. Adjustments can be light using a non-force technique to full manual-style adjustment with many options in between.
Whether you are seeking symptomatic relief, reconstructive care, or wellness care, you can trust that Dr. Scott’s main focus is your health.
Outside of the office you can find Dr. Scott spending time with his family, out on the golf course, or at a University of Utah football game. Dr. Scott currently lives in Salt Lake City with his wife, Amy, his daughter, Scout and son, Thomas.
Dr. Travis Castillon is from the small town of Green River in southwestern Wyoming. After an LDS mission to Portugal, he earned his bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Utah State University. He later attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA, the birthplace of the chiropractic profession, where he earned his Doctor of Chiropractic and became board certified.
He completed post-graduate studies in treating car accidents from the Spine Research Institute of San Diego in Whiplash and Brain Injury Traumatology: Graduates of this program have received the most in-depth, science-based training available today. The program covers the entire spectrum from the physics of motor vehicle crashes to human biomechanics to diagnostics and management.
Dr. Castillon also has certifications from Bridgeport University in the following areas: Fundamentals of Functional Blood Chemistry and Mastering Functional Blood Chemistry.
Dr. Castillon has the desire to ensure that everyone that comes into the office is treated like family. He understands that each patient is an individual with different health care needs and he tailors his treatment to reflect these unique differences.
When not treating patients Dr. Travis enjoys spending time with his family and being outdoors hunting and fishing. He currently lives in North Salt Lake with his beautiful wife, Crystal, and their four kids, Carson, Cooper, Chasely and Cambria.
Dr. Felix went to the University of Utah for his undergraduate and graduate schooling. He received his BA degree in Spanish in 2008 and his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2012. He has been a licensed physical therapist since May of 2012.
Dr. Felix has a passion for helping individuals understand their injury and how their body works in trying to restore function. He loves the opportunity to help educate patients on the anatomical structures of the body during the recovery process. Dr. Felix looks at the individual as a whole and how the body functions together, not just the injured body part.
Dr. Felix has had the opportunity to treat patients with a wide variety of diagnoses. These injuries have been acute on the field injuries, pre/post-surgical, repetitive overuse injuries, car accidents, traumatic injuries, work related injuries, and basic aches, sprains, or strains.
Outside of the clinic, Travis is an avid University of Utah fan. He enjoys being active outdoors, especially with his wife Liz and two children, Maren and Wells. Travis loves almost any sport and also loves outdoor cooking whether it be barbeque or dutch oven.
Dr. Young earned his medical degree from St. George’s University School of Medicine, He completed residence at the University of Utah. Undergraduate education was completed at Brigham Young University. He has participated in several medical trials and enjoys the lifelong learning part of being a physician.
Dr. young enjoys health promotion and many of the aspects of medical care. His care philosophy is to work with patients to meet their health goals.