DR. MARK WEBBER, D.C., C.C.S.P.
Dr. Mark Webber is a family and sports-oriented chiropractic physician. For more than 20 years, Dr. Webber has been dedicated to educating, training, and motivating patients who are interested in returning their bodies back to their natural state of health. His clients rely on his compassionate approach to patient care, his commitment to listening and understanding what they need, and his practical approach to treatment.
“I love what I do, and I'm continually connected to other types of professionals in the healthcare community. I especially like learning about alternative treatments to similar problems so that I can provide my clients a more holistic approach to restoring their health.”
In conjunction with his diversified style of adjusting the spine and extremeties, Dr. Webber performs muscle work, develops stretching routines, provides active release therapy ("ART"), and designs exercise programs to help his clients maintain better health. He regularly collaborates and co-treats with medical physicians, physical therapists, acupuncturists, naturopaths, and massage therapists.
Although he treats a wide variety of clients, Dr. Webber's passion for sports medicine is rooted in his strong athletic background — including college football, track, and 220-pound class power lifting. This first-hand perspective is invaluable to all of his patients, resulting in knowledgeable sports injury assessment and specific treatment approaches for any type of injury.
Over his career he's worked with athletes ranging from junior high school track stars to professional and Olympic-level athletes and teams. He's been a ring doctor for more than 200 mixed martial arts fights and is currently the official chiropractor for the Seattle Thunderbirds hockey team, the Seattle Mist Legends Football League, and the WABDL (World Association of Bench Press and Dead Lifters). He's also been the IPF World Powerlifting Championship medical director and head drug tester for more than 20 years and provides chiropractic care at marathons, motocross, golf, and many other athletic events.
DR. MATTHEW KILL, D.C., B.S.
Dr. Matt is a sports chiropractor from Spencerville, Ohio. After earning his bachelor's degree in biology from the University of Cincinnati, he received his doctorate of chiropractic degree from New York Chiropractic College (NYCC).
He made his first visit to a chiropractor when he was a freshman in high school and suffered low back pain after being injured in a football game. It was after that first visit that Dr. Matt decided to become a chiropractor because he was fascinated by how quickly his doctor was able to make changes to his pain level and improve his functionality.
Dr. Matt has always focused on using multiple ways to help his patients feel better including combining soft tissue techniques with rehabilitation therapies. This approach dates back to his studies when Dr. Matt was involved in both the Rehabilitation Performance Club and Motion Palpation Club while also fulfilling his required clinical services training.
“I work with a variety of patients including everyone from average ‘Jills and Joes’ and weekend warriors to elite athletes.”
When it comes to treating patients, Dr. Matt’s goal is to remedy dysfunctions and educate his patients on what they can do to have proper biomechanics in order to achieve their goals as quickly as possible. He utilizes Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), Active Release Technique (ART), Fascia! Movement Taping (FMT) via RockTape, and chiropractic adjustments.
Dr. Matt currently treats a wide range of patients including marathon runners and triathletes.
Outside of work, Dr. Matt enjoys hiking, camping, playing a variety of sports, spending time with his friends and family, and weightlifting. He’s excited about relocating to the West Coast and enjoying all the state of Washington has to offer.
CRYSTAL BENNETT, LMP
Crystal has been a proud member of the Webber Chiropractic Sports Clinic since 2010. She graduated from the Myotherapy Institute of Nebraska in 2006, and is accredited with the NCTMB, AMTA, and WA massage boards.
Crystal provides deep therapeutic massage with lasting relief to those who have suffered from a wide range of injuries. Her specialties include deep tissue and hot stone massage, and she tapers each massage to meet her clients’ needs and works to get to the root of the problem and proceed from there.
“I like to educate my clients and encourage them to pursue overall health and well-being in their daily lives.”
Although sports massage therapy is her favorite type of work, Crystal is experienced working with motor vehicle accident injuries, work-related injuries and many other various types of injuries. She also enjoys working with children as well as pre- and postnatal women.
During her time off she enjoys hiking, fishing, and helping those in need.
BRYON LEYRITZ, LMP
Bryon Leyritz is a Seattle-area native. Bryon graduated from Cortiva Massage School in July 2010 and has been a member of the Webber Chiropractic Sports Clinic since 2014.
As a former high school and collegiate athlete, Bryon has a particular passion for working with athletes and sports teams. He’s certified in deep tissue, Swedish, sports, and hot stone massage as well as neuromuscular therapy. He likes to incorporate stretching into his sessions since it helps with blood flow, range of motion, and inflammation.
“I love working with people and aiding in their recovery.”
When he’s not working, Bryon enjoys spending time with family and friends.