As a #1 ranked “Best Chiropractor in Denver, Colorado,” we understand the challenges that come from a life of chronic pain. From car accidents and sports injuries to slip-and-fall or workplace accidents, no one should live with the long-term physical and emotional effects of neck and back injuries.
Here at Cherry Creek Spine & Pain, we help Denver area patients recover from repetitive and traumatic injuries, allowing them to experience comfortable, pain-free living the way it was designed to be. Our proven chiropractic techniques and patient-centered care make it possible to treat and correct spine and neck conditions at their source. We spend every day helping our patients find real and lasting relief from chronic and debilitating pain.
Every patient is different; your individual needs will vary from those of others. We will personalize a treatment plan to fit your unique needs, with a focus on rapid relief, restorative recovery, and long-term maintenance. Whether you have experience pain for days, weeks, months, or years, there is no better time than now to begin enjoying the pain-free life you deserve.
Take the first step to your new life today. Call us at (303) 223-0287 to speak with one of our helpful staff members and schedule your consultation. But hurry – you still have time to take advantage of our limited-time special offer for new patients. Just ask about it when you call.
Thank you for choosing Cherry Creek Spine and Pain. We look forward to serving you soon.
Meet Our Team
Dr. Tamara Johnson, M.D.Tamara is a family doctor and supervisor to the Medical and Rehab departments at Cherry Creek Spine & Pain. Dr Johnson is pleased to be a part of a cutting edge clinic like Cherry Creek Spine & Pain and continues to look for new ways to help people with chronic pain, especially musculoskeletal conditions.
In addition to her work with Cherry Creek Spine & Pain, Dr. Johnson is the Medical Director for Region 2/Heartland Counseling and Consulting Clinics. Heartland is based in North Platte, NE and has 3 satellite clinics, which keep her busy. Dr. Johnson graduated from University of Nebraska Medical Center in 1984, where she began her residency and eventually went into Family Practice in Cambridge, NE in 1986. In 2003 Dr. Johnson took the position of Medical Director with Heartland.
Dr. Johnson enjoys spending time with her family, music, and golf.
Dr. Bryan Foss, D.C.
Dr. Foss, D.C. is a passionate chiropractor who graduated from the National College of Chiropractic in Chicago in 1992. He brings years of experience treating patients who suffer from musculoskeletal conditions, autoimmune diseases, neurological and nutritional conditions.
Dr. Foss, D.C. worked in several clinics throughout the country prior to owning Cherry Creek Spine & Pain. As a result, he’s been exposed to a variety of issues and has seen first hand how Chiropractic care can change lives. He enjoys meeting new patients from all walks of life and is committed to bringing holistic care to his community.
What does Dr. Foss, D.C. specialize in?
Dr. Foss, D.C. specializes in individualized chiropractic techniques, dry-needling, therapies, nutritional counseling, therapeutic massage and exercise programs. These techniques are each beneficial for a variety of conditions. Depending on your situation doctor Foss, D.C. will decide which option is best for your needs.
Why do most people come to the office?
Most people come to Dr. Foss, D.C. because they’re suffering from chronic pain. Oftentimes, through an exam and x-rays the doctor can determine the cause and treat it with a plan that is specific to your needs.
Why Chiropractic medicine?
Dr. Foss, D.C. believes strongly that everything in the body is connected. He’s passionate about the relationship between a person’s overall health and their lifestyle. That’s why he went into chiropractic medicine. It’s the only field that takes a holistic approach toward treating patients. When you visit Cherry Creek Spine & Pain you get a team of caring individuals behind you who are here to ensure you enjoy the best quality of life possible.
What are adjustments?
Chiropractors look at the body as a whole before they ever start with adjustments. When a part of your body is injured or faces some type of trauma it can cause issues to surrounding structures and tissues. In the long run, this impacts your overall health. An adjustment focuses on realigning the injured area and helping your entire body heal. Sometimes one adjustment does the trick, while other times you might need multiple adjustments or even additional therapies like dry-needling. Dr. Foss, D.C. brings experience in both adjustments, and other chiropractic specialties.
Betty Rudisaile started her career in geriatric rehabilitation back in 2012. She received a Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree from Union College and a Master’s of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Colorado. She is certified through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and licensed as both a registered nurse and a nurse practitioner through the state of Colorado. She has been affiliated with Sigma Theta Tau, American Nurses Association, American Association of Nurse Practitioners, and the Colorado Society of Advanced Practice Nurses. Throughout her career, she was worked in different settings including skilled nursing facilities, acute-care rehabilitation, hospitals, home health, primary care, urgent care, and orthopedics.
Betty enjoys spending time with her husband and son, mountain activities, travel, dance and music. Her family has been an active part of the Denver community since 1997.
“I am so happy to be working with Dr. Bryan Foss and Dr. Johnson; I am grateful to be a part of such an exemplary practice. I find this work both enjoyable and impactful, which is hard to find in healthcare. Being a part of an integrated practice that offers so many modalities to treat pain outside of opioids has been my most rewarding experience in healthcare yet. The opioid epidemic in our country has become such a negative aspect of healthcare, I am proud to be providing pain relief outside of that.”
Patricia Fitzsimmons, LMTI have been a licensed massage therapist for the past 4 years specializing in therapeutic, deep tissue, Swedish, hot stone, myofascial release, sports massage, Thai massage, Hawaiian Lomi Lomi, prenatal, TMJ issues, Reiki (level I – II), therapeutic massage and stress-reducing massages. My goal is to assist in improving my client’s health and enhancing their well-being. I believe that a massage can balance a person’s mind, body, and soul. Massage revitalizes our most precious resources in order to improve physical, mental and emotional health. I have high expectations for myself because I feel very strongly that those to whom I report deserve the best.
Prior to being a licensed massage therapist, I was a CNA for more than 17 years. One of my job duties were to include active and passive range-of-motion exercise guidance for a wide variety of clients, including those with spinal cord injuries (both para and quadriplegic) and terminal care (from adolescence to elderly.) In 1993, I became a Certified Natural Health Professional. I acquired experience in nutrition and natural health alternatives in order to better educate my clients on how they can heal themselves using natural remedies.