Dr. Leigh Frisbee Lenz, DC, CVC
Dr. Leigh was raised mainly in Texas. She graduated from Marcus High School in Flower Mound, Texas and then attended the University of Mississippi where she played Division I soccer for Ole Miss for 4 years and helped her team win the Western Division of the Southeastern Conference in 1999.
After graduation from Ole Miss in 2000, she started chiropractic school at Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, Texas. While in school, she tutored other students in chiropractic technique and radiology. Upon graduation in 2003, she earned honors in radiology and student clinic. She was honored with the Oregon Healthy Living Reader's Choice Award, "Favorite Chiropractor", in 2015.
Dr. Leigh started seeing a chiropractor at age 7 after a major fall. She fell 18 feet off a cliff and landed on her head. Soon thereafter, she started experiencing severe back pain and also had a lump appear under her throat. Her parents took her to a chiropractor who evaluated her condition and started treatment immediately. Dr. Norris (her first chiropractor) found 7 curves in her spine, some of which could have lead to paralysis later in life. After extensive treatment, Dr. Leigh’s back is corrected, the lump is gone and she is enjoying life to the fullest!
The treatment she received with chiropractic care helped to give her her life back and also helps her reach her health potential. She feels so blessed to have been introduced to chiropractic at a young age and felt the Lord was calling her to become a chiropractor while she was attending college at Ole Miss. She gets adjusted regularly to maintain the proper alignment of her spine, better range of motion and nervous system function.
Today, she enjoys helping her patients become healthier with the help of chiropractic care and is certified in the Webster technique, Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation and Fascial Movement Taping. She is also a Certified Medical Examiner for CDL physicals. She enjoys flying, playing soccer, triathlons, running, outdoor activities, scuba diving, cooking, knitting, and reading. She has two sons, Bradley and Brandon, who have been adjusted since birth as well as a chocolate Labrador, Reese, who comes to the clinic on a daily basis.