Our goal is to find the cause of your pain and dysfunction and address it quickly and effectively. As chiropractors we serve as primary care physicians, with specific interest in the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries, so that our clients can bike harder, run farther, ski longer, shred deeper and climb higher.
In addition to the latest treatment techniques and modalities, we focus intensively on patient education. Our distinguishing objective is to build each patient a “toolbox”, which they can carry with them for the rest of their lives. We want our clients to spend more time doing what they love and less time in our office.
Tyler Wright, DC
No stranger to harsh winters, Dr. Tyler was raised in Minnesota just outside the Twin Cities. In the humid summers of the Land of 10,000 Lakes, he water-skied competitively, taking home state championships. He rounded out the year as an all-state track and field athlete. In search of more cold temperatures and the chance to take to the skies, he attended the University of North Dakota for his undergraduate studies in commercial aviation.
Upon realizing flying would keep him seated for the rest of his life, and recognizing the toll that takes on a body, Tyler switched gears. He transferred to Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, Minnesota. He completed B.S. in Human Biology and Doctorate in Chiropractic Medicine.
Dr. Tyler understands what it takes to treat athletes and enjoys applying his experience to help everyone achieve their athletic and wellness-related goals. In Minnesota, he treated athletes and taught mobility classes at local Crossfit gyms. He believes that chiropractic care encompasses more than just “the adjustment” and takes the time to understand the intricacies of each patient’s case. Certified in Active Release Techniques, Graston and Rock Tape Fascial Movement Taping for Performance, Dr. Tyler has helped hundreds of aspiring athletes successfully return to their passion after injury, with his comprehensive treatment plans, rehabilitation exercises, patient education, and continuing maintenance care. He is thrilled to be in Jackson and strives to provide each patient with the care and training they need to realize their ambitions.
Laura Peterson Wright, DC
(Returning part-time from maternity leave end of June.)
Raised by two medical doctors with a penchant for travel, Laura spent her childhood moving every few years, living in Kenya, Wisconsin, Georgia, Zimbabwe and Virginia. She attended the College of William and Mary, graduating magna cum laude with a B.A. in linguistics. When her love of travel called, she spent a year teaching English in Nanjing, China before returning to Virginia and earning a degree in culinary arts. This led her to her first job in Jackson, Wyoming – creating desserts at the Four Seasons. She fell in love with the town and mountains, and soon her “one winter stint” in Jackson turned into six years. Her passion for sports and health conflicted with her work in pastries, and arm deep in cookie dough she decided to make the switch to a career in health. She found the perfect match in chiropractic, and moved to Minnesota to study at Northwestern Health Sciences University.
With a plan to return to Jackson after graduation, Laura focused intently on learning what would help her treat the everyday athletes of Jackson Hole. She worked with the Minnesota Vixen and Minnesota Freeze players, treating sports injuries and creating rehab programs. She is full body certified in Active Release Techniques, certified in Graston and SmartTools, and holds the FMT Performance Certification by RockTape. She has taken continuing education seminars on extremity joints, including the jaw, shoulders, elbows, knees, and feet, and is ready to work on your tennis elbow, dysfunctional knee or plantar fasciitis. Dr. Laura is a director of Wyoming Chiropractic Association and a member of the American Chiropractic Association as well as a lifelong student of health.
Dr. Laura is enthusiastic about nutritious delicious food, gut health, reducing inflammation, sleep hygiene, biomechanics, and exercise- especially snowboarding, rock climbing, and mountain biking.
Parker Hewes, DC
I want you to get out of my office. Seriously, I hope you spend as little time here as possible. That might not be what you expect from a chiropractor, but we do things differently at JH Backcountry Health.
Your life is better when you are outside adventuring and doing the things you love. And I want your life to be better in every way. Therefore, when you come to see me, we are first going to work on getting you out of pain and back on the mountain as quickly as possible. Additionally, it means I will help equip you with the tools to take care of your problem on your own, so you don’t have to keep coming back to see me.
Sometimes, you won’t have the time or knowledge to figure things out on your own. So, by all means, come see me and get better, faster. But my ultimate goal is to teach you how NOT to need me. Therefore, muscles, bones, and joints aren’t the only thing I will focus on. In fact, we are going to focus on YOUR goals, not mine. If that means diving into the world of food, sleep, or even financial security, I’m here for you. I want to be your resource for all of your health and happiness questions.
Actually, that’s one reason why I wrote my book “Lifelong Youth: The Simple Path to a Long & Youthful Life.” I wanted to create a tangible resource for people who may be confused and frustrated by all the noise in the health industry. That’s also why you will get a copy of this book after your first appointment with me.
On top of all that, when you leave my office, you’ll have a personalized treatment plan that is specific to YOUR goals and YOUR wants. We are going to work TOGETHER to get you back out there because YOU are the hero in this story. I’m just here to guide you. So let’s get after it!
Just hit the “Book Now” button and schedule your visit with Dr. Parker so we can get you back to your old self!