You deserve Better Healthcare
This is why we strive everyday to provide a one of a kind experience to set the standard for how healthcare is being done. At Altair Integrative Wellness we focus on the whole person. We specialize not only in your spinal and musculoskeletal health with chiropractic, but your internal functioning through regenerative medicine, medical spa and massage therapy..
Every function of the body is controlled by the nervous system. Chiropractic care approaches health and wellness from the command center. Through gentle realignment of the spine, painless laser therapy, and other cutting edge techniques, we help your body do what it does best... heal itself.
Meet the Team
Dr. Tara Workman D.C.-Chiropractor
Dr. Tara Workman is a born and raised Alaskan who specializes in working with patients who struggle following a traumatic brain injury. She herself is a fellow TBI survivor which lead her to go to Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA to receive her Doctorate in Chiropractic. She has a passion to helping serve her community with helping people understand how their bodies work and to be a partner with them in healing their bodies so they can enjoy life in the Alaskan outdoors. Dr. Tara has 7 children, with 3 children still at home, and she is proud to have 3 grandchildren. She loves to spend time outdoors, camping, boating, fishing and hunting in her spare time.
Dr. Tammy Saddler D.C.- Chiropractor
Dr. Tammy is originally from a small town in upstate New York and moved to Alaska for an adventure of a lifetime in 2006. She has lived in the Matanuska Valley for the past 15 years and really enjoys all that Alaska has to offer. Dr. Tammy received her degree at New York Chiropractic college in Seneca Falls, New York. She has been a chiropractor for over 20 years now and her passion is working with kids and introducing them to the benefits of healing and chiropractic care. Dr. Tammy and her husband have two daughters and in her free time she enjoys reading, biking, beekeeping, exploring Alaska and taking care of her 7 chickens and 2 dogs.
Dr. Darlene Dunn, PhD, NP-C
Dr. Dunn has been a board certified Nurse Practitioner for over 30 years specializing in adult primary care provisions including well woman gynecology and cosmetic medicine. For most of her career she worked in her own medical practice in North Carolina until coming to Alaska to provide medical locums village work in 2011. She has a special interest in female care, as well as self-esteem promotion, also holding her doctorate in Psychology. Dr. Dunn received specialized post graduate medical aesthetic training including intradermal cosmetics in 2000 and has since earned her advanced procedure master certification. She then received her Botox and Tissue Filler training through Dr. Pfenninger's prestigious cosmetic medicine training program in Arizona. Dr. Dunn has over 20 years of experience in cosmetic procedures and is excited to now bring these regenerative medical services such as IV Nutrition Therapy, Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP), revised HCG weight loss program, hair loss and Varicose vein treatments, Aesthetic medicine, peptide therapy, nerve regenerative therapy and much more to her patients here at Altair Integrative Wellness.
Dr. Cody Crockett, Physical Therapist
Doctor of Physical Therapy, NCAA All-American Athlete, author, speaker, educator, and peak performance coach passionate about optimizing human performance. I have over 15 years of experience in the health and wellness industry working with a wide range of individuals including professional athletes, lawyers, doctors, moms, dads, industrial workers, business executives, military veterans, high schoolers, and indigenous populations. I have helped thousands of people recover from physical injury, fix their posture, correct muscle imbalance, and get their dream body.
I was once a competitive athlete, powerlifter, and bodybuilder and I understand what it takes to be a competitive athlete at a high level. I’ve overcome painful injuries such as a lumbar disc herniation, rotator cuff injuries, surgeries, and broken bones – so I’ve experienced the pains of life-altering effects of injuries and dysfunction firsthand. Fortunately, me being a PT obsessed with this physiological performance stuff is helpful in healing and fine-tuning my physical function and mental framework.
I currently live in Alaska where I get to enjoy outdoor activities such as; hiking, running, glacier climbs, hunting, fishing, epic mountain adventures, and raising awareness of the essential role nature and physical movement play in human health. I am passionate about supporting 1-1 clients, group coaching, and providing corporate wellness solutions – to create a positive impact worldwide.
Dr. Gina Phillips, Physical Therapist
Dean Wolcott, Physical Therapist Assistant &
Dean has been a practicing PTA for over ten years, with most of that time spent in outpatient settings. He was born and raised in Louisiana, before moving to North Carolina and attending PTA school at South College Asheville. After graduating in 2012, Dean traveled around the lower 48 working as a PTA, before
moving to Alaska in 2018. He has worked with patients of all ages and many different injuries/disabilities, and loves getting people back in shape to do what they love. Dean is also a certified
personal trainer and enjoys working with kids with special needs. Outside of work, he enjoys exploring the mountains with his Fiance and 2 dogs!
Janeth Favors, Certified Medical Assistant, Insurance Coordinator & Office Manager
Janeth is originally from California but once she was introduced to the beauty of Alaska she decided to stay. She has raised 2 kind hearted and intelligent children while earning her Certified Medical Assistant Certification, Associates in Allied Health and Bachelor in Health Care Administration. She hopes to further her education in the medical field as psychology holds a high interest for her. In her spare time she enjoys exploring Alaska, photography and berry picking. Her passionate causes are LGBTQ community, troubled and homeless youth and mental health. She also is very interested in obtaining her pilots license.
Elisa King LMT-Massage Therapist
Elisa’s passion to help people led her to obtain a degree from Alaska Career College and begin her second career as a licensed massage therapist. She graduated June 2019 and completed 920 hours. She is a member of the American Massage Therapy
Association AMTA. She has been trained in a range of modalities including Swedish massage, prenatal, hot stone, Shiatsu, reflexology, cupping and aromatherapy. She has received training in Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMJ), TRE tension & amp; trauma release exercises and Myofascial release, John F. Barn’s approach. She also practices various forms of energy work such as Reiki & Bars. Elisa enjoys doing yoga, meditation, reading, cycling and dancing to Latin music.
Elisa believes in healing from within to properly maintain overall wellness.
Brandy Coe LMT-Massage Therapist