Dr. Reed Richards
Chiropractic Physician

I grew up in Central Washington where I loved spending time outdoors either on the rivers or mountain biking. 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. I was able to treat a diverse population through the school’s outreach clinics in downtown Portland, and see the benefits this hands on approach gives. The body is an amazing thing with networks of wiring, the ability to produce and breakdown complex molecules, and heal itself. I strive to help the body perform its many tasks through my care. Although I loved being back in the Northwest, opportunities opened up for me, Brittany, and our 3 amazing kids right here in Springville. I am thrilled to be serving Springville, Mapleton, and the surrounding area.

Dr. Aaron Mangino
Chiropractic Physician

I was raised in Kent Washington where I enjoyed being involved in sports such as rugby and football. After high school I had the privilege to serve a 2 year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Kentucky, after which, I attended school at Brigham Young University-Idaho. There, I met my wonderful wife Julie, had amazing professors who peaked my interest in having a career that involved anatomy and healing of the human body. I then transferred to Brigham Young University Provo where I finished my prerequisites for Chiropractic school. I received my Bachelors of Science and Doctorate of Chiropractic at Parker University in Dallas Texas. After school I had an opportunity to own a practice in Virginia Beach, Virginia where my family and I lived for 6 years, and enjoyed the beach and surrounding historical sights. Eventually, we realized that we missed our family in the West so I sold my practice. My family of 6 and I are overjoyed to call Utah county our home.

Kayla Procell
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.

Our mission

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.
• Integrating the latest scientific chiropractic, physical medicine, physical therapy and massage research into each individualized evaluation and treatment plan.
• Conducting treatments with sensitivity and consideration for each patient’s tolerances, expectations and resources.

We believe health is a holistic product of physical structure and activity, nutrition and environmental input, mental and emotional outlook. We know that health is valuable, that is why we’re here. We want to make sure that we can relieve your health issues in the least invasive way possible through our gentle hands on approach. We personally strive for optimum health, but we know that everyone has there own views and are willing to help you meet your individual goals without being pushy. We firmly believe each patient plays a vital, active role in their own health and recovery.