Meet Your Doctor

Became an Airrosti Provider:2016

Undergraduate School:Utah Valley University

Graduate School:Logan Chiropractic College

Hometown:Provo, UT

Hobbies:Hiking, Camping, watching sports, spending time with my four children.

Interesting Facts:I once won a greased pig competition in a rodeo.

Professional Affiliations:Previous board member for the Tennessee Chiropractic Association

What Airrosti Means to Me:Airrosti is a team of people all working towards one goal, getting people out of pain fast.

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by Angela Wojcik

I’ve seen Dr. Young for a few different issues. He always takes the time to listen to my concerns and answer any questions I have. Dr. Young, his assistant Adam, and the rest of the staff in the office are knowledgeable, friendly, prompt, and caring. Thanks for keeping me moving!

by Terry Ankrom

The week before Thanksgiving, I was seriously wondering how and if I would be able to continue running my plumbing business! I had a persistent pain in my left elbow and arm for over a year and a newer injury in my left thumb/wrist that had me all but incapable of using my left arm, I couldn’t even carry a drink in that hand! Being a plumber, I couldn’t work without both arms and hands functioning. During the week of Thanksgiving, I started my treatment with Dr. Sheldon Young and his CRS, Veronica. After that week I was able to at least work and after the 3rd treatment, I was better than I had been in a year. I did experience a minor setback as I was sitting in the left lane to turn into my final Airrosti appointment when I was rear-ende+ show mored and my car was totaled. I was uninjured except it did aggravate my thumb injury somewhat when I braced for impact, as the pickup was bearing down on me. Both Dr. Young and Veronica came out to check on me as I waited for the police to take care of business and they also did follow-up contacts just to check on me. I eventually made a final appointment a week or 2 later and even though I was not 100% well because I had some inflammation that needs additional attention, Dr. Young made some recommendations and now I am back to running my plumbing business and I am so very grateful for their professional yet personable attention and expertise that has kept me doing my job! Many thanks and God Bless!

by Elvia Obregon

While training for my first highest peak, I started having issues with my left shoulder. The pain was concerning as I would need to carry a backpack up the mountain and due to the pain I was not able to bare weight. Dr. Young’s knowledge and care allowed me the opportunity to heal And be pain free in time for my hike. I was able to Summit and have the tools necessary to recover as well. Thank you again!