Val Vista Chiropractic / Dr. Steven Ray, Chiropractor

Graduated from Palmer Chiropractic College in Davenport, Iowa in 1984. Practicing chiropractor for almost 30 years. Proud Mesa native, Mesa High School alumnus, Eagle Scout. Grew up on the family farm where Val Vista Chiropractic now stands. Enjoys mystery novels, action movies, computers and video games. Likes animals -- BIG and small. Gourmet cook and BBQ enthusiast. Bikes to work daily. Curious and constantly learning. Favorite movie: Star Wars and Indiana Jones series. Happy husband, father, grandfather.

 


Office manager, Doctor's wife and Party Girl. Mesa High School alumnus. Loves to travel - recently returned from Eurpoean trip. Enjoys shopping sales (really, shopping any time!). 

Gets free, 24/7/365 chiropractic treatment (she's married to the Chiropractor!)
Known for great parties and delicious food. Always cheerful and helpful. Favorite restaurant: Papaya Thai.

 


Susan Ray, Office Manager

Mesa native, happily married, mother of two boys. Likes movies, especially chick-flicks and mysteries. Loves to take her boys to the park and to 
Grandma's house.

​Graduated from Arizona School of Massage Therapy.​                                 
Practices Swedish, Russian Sports, Reflexology and Cranial Sacral massage.

​To contact Massage by Lisa, call 480.909.8381.

 


HOME REMEDIES FOR PAIN

Dr. Steven Ray, Chiropractor

  • Stretching
  • Relaxation techniques
  • Deep breathing
  • Distract your mind
  •  Self massage
  • Ice/Heat packs
  • Apply pressure
  • CALL YOUR CHIROPRACTOR

About Us

Annette Lunt, Receptionist

Lisa Wolfe, Licensed Massage Therapist

Welcome to Val Vista Chiropractic!  Our goal is to help our patients be healthy by providing a positive chiropractic experience.  We value honesty, integrity and compassion, and we deliver these to you by listening, basing our recommendations on your individual needs and making your visit to our chiropractic office welcoming and comforting.  We like working at Val Vista Chiropractic and helping our patients feel better.  You are going to like it here, too. 

 


​Almost a native Arizonan. Loves spending time with her grandkids.


Is a Foot Zone therapist and teacher.


Loves dancing Hula and reading.

 


ESSENTIAL OILS FOR PAIN

    If pain is making you uncomfortable, try proven essential oils to take the edge off.  A few drops of peppermint, wintergreen or lavender rubbed into the neck, shoulder or back can help control the pain.  And, it smells good, too.