Dr. Reed Richards
Chiropractic Physician

I grew up in Central Washington where I loved spending time outdoors. After serving a 2 year mission for my church in Northern Colorado and Wyoming, I went to Brigham Young University in Provo, UT where I met my beautiful wife Brittany and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science. I then went on to the University of Western States in Portland, OR where I graduated with a Bachelor’s in Human Biology and a Doctorate of Chiropractic. While there I developed a certainty that I could help others through chiropractic care and have been doing that here in Springville since 2014!


Licensed Massage Therapist

I am a Payson native and graduated from Salem Hills High School. After serving an LDS Mission in Peru, I decided to become a massage therapist so I could use my hands to help better people’s quality of life. I attended Provo College and increased my knack for finding and reducing knots and tight muscles. I became a licensed massage therapist in March of 2016, and I love working on each of my clients and performing deep tissue, craniosacral, and pregnancy massage. I am very excited to help you loosen tight muscles, relax, and heal.


Licensed Massage Therapist

I grew up in Tremonton, Utah. I attended Bridgerland Technical College for massage therapy and I have been practicing massage since October 2021. It has been the best decision I’ve ever made! I especially love providing deep tissue, neuromuscular, craniosacral, and prenatal massage. I am committed to lifelong learning and providing you with a safe space to feel better in your body.




At Maple Ridge Chiropractic & Massage we are committed to treating each patient with the attention, respect and determination we would hope for in our own family’s health care. We will strive to provide the highest standards of effective, dynamic and holistic care by:
• Taking the time to listen to each patient as an individual.
• Addressing the needs and goals of our patients, not our own professional agendas.
• Conducting treatments with sensitivity and consideration for each patient’s tolerances, expectations and resources.