Our Therapists

robRob graduated from the Florida Academy of Massage in December 1997. He began practicing massage therapy in Florida the following January. He moved to Virginia the following year and provided patient care for Valley Health for the next couple of years as a massage therapist and group fitness instructor.

He started working with Dr. Scott at Natural Results Chiropractic in February of 2000 and continues to provide therapeutic care to most of Dr. Scott’s patients each day. Rob specializes in myofascial release, Swedish massage, and uses various Rehab modalities such as scrapping, cupping, banded therapy, reflexology, and many other techniques to provide rehabilitation and pain relief to his clients.

He has been a Certified Personal Trainer since 1991 and teaches a very strenuous class guaranteed to push you to your limits and beyond as he readies his students and their bodies for athletic excellence.

Rob is a father of four, a former amateur and professional fighter and trainer, a VSA Weightlifting Club coach, and is a very enthusiastic Highland Games athlete and coach.

KellyKernKelly graduated in 1996 from massage school (with 500 hours) and in 1998 was certified by NCBTMB and is still an active member. She currently works with Dr. Scott and Natural Results Chiropractic practicing out of the Stephens City Body Renew gym.She considers herself “well-seasoned” with numerous continuing education classes to fill out her tool belt including: Myofascial release, hot stones, facial rejuvenation, seated chair, just to name a few. Completely dedicated to the field of massage therapy and the healing of her clients, she says, “I’ve always believed in the power of touch and my belief hasn’t let me down. My goal was still is and will remain to serve you. Once on my table it’s all about You.”

She started out in a hair salon in 1996 and successfully marketed her own small business practice over the years. Her hobbies include nutrition, yoga, herbology, aromatherapy, cooking, and walking. Most recently she completed a 200-hour teacher training yoga class.

erinErin has been practicing since she graduated First Institute’s Massage Therapy Program in 2012. She has worked in a variety of environments from spas to chiropractic offices. She brings a variety of skills from traditional Swedish massage, to deep tissue, to stretching.

She fully believes in the body’s ability to heal itself and utilizes her skills to assist that process for her patients. She tailors each massage session to accommodate each individual client’s needs, understanding that pressure and pain tolerance is varied and different for everyone.