Tracy is the newest member of the Larson Law team having previously worked for years in a multi doctor chiropractic clinic. She is a certified chiropractic coder and understands the importance of chiropractic care, especially after an accident. Tracy has also completed the certification for Motor Vehicle Collision Occupant Injury (through P.I.T.I.).
She is a mother of 4 and grandmother to six adorable grandchildren. She loves being outdoors doing things with her husband; this includes biking, hiking, fishing, camping and target practice with her pistol! She also enjoys traveling, concerts, dancing, movies, reading, and cooking – especially desserts!
April has worked for Larson Law for several years having first begun as a receptionist in the firm. April also served as the firm’s personnel manager for the staff of Larson Law and the other attorney firms that shared the same office complex. April was chosen for her position as personnel manager because of her great compassion, understanding and skill working with people. Before coming to Larson Law, April was the assistant manager of food service at Salt Lake Community College. In that position she ran the kitchen and the staff and saw to it that events ran smoothly. April knows her business. In her spare time, April enjoys working in her garden and spending time with her grandchildren. The extensive training she has received at Larson Law has enabled her to apply her skills and eye for detail to the management of files in such a way that no stone is unturned and our clients’ needs are met with both compassion and grace.
Christina has a medical background, both in her career and her personal life. She put herself through college with a degree in Medical Administration and is a Certified Professional Medical Coder. She worked in the pediatric department as a Health Information Coder at the University of Utah for many years. Christina is the mother of five boys, her youngest being disabled. She has spent a great deal of time with medical professionals helping to improve the quality of her son’s life through surgery and physical and occupational therapy. Working full time in her career and alongside her son has taught Christina that hard work and caring support can make a difference in the quality of someone’s life. Her education coupled with the care of her son has helped Christina become a compassionate and patient person when dealing with others. Christina works hard with the other employees at Larson Law to help each of their clients obtain the best recovery they deserve.
Virginia recently came to Larson Law after 9 years of being a Chiropractic Assistant in Chiropractic Offices. She is also a licensed LMT of 17 years and owned her own massage business for 5 years. She also did marketing with a computer networking distributor that sold and educated on Novell systems.While there she set up training seminars all over the US with regional sale representatives, and provided Customer service to customers. Her work history is broad and varied.
Virginia is very involved in the community. She loves music and dancing and is currently singing in a choir. She competed and taught ballroom dancing for many years and won national competitions herself and also with students. She likes to give back to the community by doing respite for Foster Children and has taught life skills to people involved in addiction recovery.
Tyla Newbold, our VP of Marketing and receptionist has a background in social media marketing, customer service, and medical records. She loves working with people and has a passion for helping others. She enjoys volunteering and has been a spokesperson for the American Red Cross, Donate Life and Make-A-Wish Foundation and has helped with fundraising events for them as well as Primary Children’s Hospital and other organizations. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends and loves making people laugh and smile. She loves being happy and finding the bright side to everything. In her spare time, Tyla loves being in the outdoors, traveling and experiencing new things.
Amanda is an office assistant. She works behind the scenes. She enjoys spending time with her two daughters and her large extended family.
Heidi has a background in health wellness. She has extensive training in Structural Integration Therapy, and is Auto Accident Certified. She has worked with a chiropractic/wellness office bringing people out of pain and injury for the past 5 years doing massage, physical therapy, and assisting in office work. She has worked with off season football leagues and sports teams helping them achieve their fitness goals, and prevent injury to play their best and longest. She spends most of her time caring for her family. She loves yoga, lifting weights, riding her road bike, hiking, boxing, modeling, and does a Sword form of Martial Arts where she loves to travel, compete and do sword demonstrations with her team and coach. She loves to come into our office and help our staff with whatever they need her to do so they can work more efficiently and focus on helping the needs of their clients.
Kathy Larson, RN, MSN, NNP, works as a consultant for our most complex cases. Kathy is married to Bryan and together they have three children. Kathy is originally from Innisfail, Alberta, Canada. She enjoys spending time with family and serving others.
Kimberly Larson has been working for Larson Law since 2006. With a Masters degree in Business Administration and a Bachelors degree in Health Administration, Kimberly brings unique insight and experience to Larson Law. Kimberly has worked as a therapy assistant in a variety of medical care facilities. Kimberly was a massage therapist at Bodyworks Chiropractic, working directly with people who suffered traumatic car accident injuries. While working at Hand Therapy Specialists, Kimberly assisted in designing rehabilitation programs for patients who suffered work-related injuries. Rancho Physical Therapy gave Kimberly the opportunity to work with people injured while playing sports and work-related injuries. Helping to heal patients who have experienced personal injury accidents in the rehabilitation setting has increased Kimberly’s understanding and compassion for clients who are injured. Kimberly can appreciate the suffering of the clients and appreciates the opportunity to assist clients at Larson Law. Kimberly is assigned to handle special assignments for the law firm.