Co-owner of Physical Dimensions and Physical Dimensions of Mead, LLC, Dr. McKenzie graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic (PCC) in Davenport, Iowa. She received the Salutatorian honor as well as the Presidential Scholar award and summa cum laude honors. Dr. Reifschneider is certified by both the Colorado Chiropractic Board and the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners and is a certified Graston Technique (GT) provider (www.grastontechnique.com). Having completed her undergraduate studies at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas, Dr. Reifschneider earned a B.S .degree in Biology/Pre-Med before attending PCC.
Graston Technique, a state-of-the-art soft tissue system that improves injury treatment and rehabilitation, is an essential part of Dr. Reifschneider’s sports medicine/family practice. She treats patients varying from active young children to professional athletes competing on the national level. Marathoners, figure competitors, swimmers, volleyball players, cyclists, and skiers are just a few of the sport-specific patients that Dr. McKenzie has treated for injury.
Dr. Reifschneider’s primary clinical objective is to assist each patient reach their maximum potential by addressing every aspect of his or her health. Individuals are extensively evaluated for muscular imbalances, structural alignment and nutritional status in order to reach a dimensional state of wellbeing. Whether you are an athlete or non-athlete, mother-to-be or a child, Dr. Reifschneider will provide you with a compassionate and integrative avenue to health.
Away from the clinic, Dr. Reifschneider enjoys the many outdoor pleasures of Colorado living. She enjoys running, mountain biking, hiking, and gardening. She also enjoys spending time with her two Italian greyhounds, Stella and Sophia. She has completed various races ranging from short trail runs to the Cincinnati marathon. A fitness and health enthusiast, Dr. Reifschneider encourages her patients to lead a proactive lifestyle and wellbeing.