Dr. Victoria Welch, D.C. is a Vermont native who has been a chiropractic patient since age three. She grew up as the daughter of a Registered Nurse and an Acupuncturist and knows the harmony that can be achieved through multidisciplinary medicine.
Tori attended the Center for Natural Wellness School of Massage Therapy in 2004 where she became a licensed massage therapist and started a private practice based on a medical massage model in Bennington, Vermont. She then attended Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology and graduated magna cum laude. Her journey then took her to New York Chiropractic College where she was eventually chosen to participate in an honors internship at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland where she provided chiropractic care for our Wounded Warriors and Active Duty Military. There she participated in rotations in several allopathic departments. Dr. Welch graduated first in her chiropractic class in December 2012.
Tori has based her practice around a model developed along this journey. In addition to her massage and chiropractic training, she has had additional training in Neurokinetic Therapy® and Proprioceptive – Deep Tendon Reflex®. Her training in Webster Technique is a safe and effective method of treatment for expectant mothers. Webster Technique is a chiropractic analysis and adjustment of a pregnant woman’s pelvis and spine allowing for better positioning of the baby. This can assist in easing delivery pain, sciatica, and headaches associated with pregnancy.
She has been well trained in identifying where chiropractic ends and other therapies should take place, and is excited to get you to your healthiest knowing that can be a team effort. Dr. Welch relocated to join the team at Denver Pain and Performance Solutions in April 2017 and can’t wait to enjoy the Rocky Mountains as much as she enjoyed the Green Mountains of her childhood.