Dr. Ron Singleton was born and raised in the Wenatchee Valley, graduating from Eastmont High School. He chose the chiropractic field for a career, following in the footsteps of his older brother, Richard. He enrolled at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa and graduated there in March 1989. After working along side his brother and in a solo practice in Massachusetts, he moved back to Washington to establish himself. He opened his Wenatchee office in October 1998 and still practices today, with the help and assistance of his wife and office manager, Joi. They have five children, six grandchildren (seven come September 2019) and currently, a 5-year old son at home. Dr. Singleton uses many techniques in the care of his patients, but is “Advanced Rated Proficient” in Activator Methods, the highest rating which can be attained. In his spare time, he enjoys outdoor activities with his family like golfing, swimming, basketball and soccer.
Anna graduated from Therapeutic Touch and Bodywork Massage School in 2010. She enjoys helping people heal and recover through massage therapy. She is trained in Swedish massage, pregnancy massage, gua-sha and cupping. She married in 2012 and had their first child, Wyatt, in 2018. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, being outside with her dogs, crafting and traveling.
Joi grew up in Portland, Oregon and later moved to Wenatchee and married Dr. Ron Singleton in 1999. She has five children and six grandchildren (currently). Her hobbies include traveling, baking and spending time with family. Any spare time she gets is dedicated to providing and working with foster care kids.
Angela was born in Silver City, New Mexico, but has lived in the Wenatchee Valley since age 3. She grew up in Cashmere, Washington where she established a love for rafting and fishing the Wenatchee River. She has one son who taught dance in the valley for four years, but is now
pursuing his dream in Hollywood.