Dr. Kayla Clark
Dr. Kayla Clark grew up in Seattle, Washington. She followed in her father’s footsteps and received her doctoral degree in 2015 at Palmer College of Chiropractic in San Jose, CA, and she has been practicing in the Seattle area ever since.
Dr. Clark has pursued extra training in postural correction, as well as becoming certified in the Webster technique. Dr. Clark takes a holistic/wellness approach to chiropractic by providing patients with care that focuses on long-term healing and overall health.
When Dr. Clark is not in the office, she spends much of her free time enjoying the great outdoors- hiking, paddle boarding, white water rafting, and spending time with her friends and family.
Dr. Shane Walton
Dr. Shane Walton was born and raised in Bangor, Maine. He attended the University of Maine where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology with a focus in Exercise Science. Dr. Walton then moved to San Jose, California to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic West to receive his Doctorate of Chiropractic.
Dr. Walton grew up playing football, baseball, basketball and competed in track and field. His love for sports had him getting regular chiropractic treatments to keep him competing at a high level. The results of his own experiences and success with chiropractic led to him pursue a career in the field.
Outside the office, Dr. Walton continues to lead a health and fitness driven lifestyle. You can often find him on the Burke-Gilman or running around Greenlake when he is not out in the mountains hiking, camping and exploring all that the Pacific Northwest has to offer.
Licensed Massage Practitioner
A graduate of Port Townsend School of Massage in 2006, Traci has been helping people to heal naturally ever since. Traci suffered from frequent headaches for years, and her love for Chiropractic started in 2011 after her first adjustment while doing massage therapy in a Chiropractic office in Southern California. She was in awe that the pain she’d dealt with for so long seemed to disappear instantly. She always had a passion for natural healing through massage, healthy diet and exercise, and was now SO excited that she could add Chiropractic to that passion as well. She now sees massage and chiropractic going hand-in-hand – both great on their own, but even better together. She continued doing massage work at that office for six years before returning home to Seattle and joining the Fremont Spine & Wellness team. In her free time, Traci enjoys cooking healthy meals, reading thrillers, and traveling to new places as often as she can.
Licensed Massage Practitioner
Jay Davidson is compassionate and serene; he loves his job as a massage therapist, yoga teacher, and health coach because it affords him the opportunity to help others. His mission is to support his patients in achieving optimal health. He firmly believes in the inseparable connection between body and mind and is a proponent of massage for relieving physical as well as emotional imbalances.
Jay focuses on treatment massage to support the body’s healing process; utilizing different modalities: muscle energy techniques, deep tissue, Thai massage, and is certified to perform Intraoral massage. He has a contagious smile and enjoys making his clients and those around him smile. In his personal life: he likes watching superhero movies with his 2 boys, reading mysteries or sci-fi fiction novels and going on bike rides with his youngest son. He, his wife and 2 sons enjoy camping, playing board games, going on hikes, and playing 4-way catch.
Chiropractic Assistant/Patient Coordinator
I joined the Fremont Spine & Wellness team in June 2018. Previously, I worked in high luxury retail (Louis Vuitton) as an operations manager for nine years.
I am originally from France and grew up in both countries France and USA.
In my earlier years I was a ballerina in NYC dancing for Valentina Kozlova’s company.
My husband and I moved to Seattle two years ago for his work and have been enjoying the wonderful outdoors of the Pacific NW.
On my free time I am either reading a book or outside hiking, biking, camping, snorkeling… I love to travel and discover new places.
Ziggy S. Thompselquist
Chief of Morale Officer
Ziggy takes his position as "Chief of Morale Officer" very seriously. He's on a mission to make sure everyone who walks through the doors gets their spirits lifted and a smile put on their faces. He makes sure everyone feels welcome by greeting them at the door. If needed, he is happy to demonstrate stretches on the floor, show you how to relax while getting a massage, and even give you a little smooch on the hand during your adjustment to let you know you're in good hands and will be feeling better soon. Ziggy has also been know to go all out and crawl into patients arms for a cuddle or show off his belly for a scratch. Whatever it takes, Ziggy is up for the challenge.
When Ziggy isn't boosting morale at FSW, he enjoys playing at the dog park, chasing squirrels out of the garden, and snuggling with his mom and dad.