Dr. Nancy Fitzgerald specializes in various traditional and low force adjusting techniques and is an Active Release Technique specialist. An honors graduate of Western States Chiropractic College, she is certified in Active Release Techniques(ART), multiple Craniosacral Therapies, Biomechanics, Network Chiropractic and chiropractic pediatrics. A licensed massage therapist before becoming a chiropractor, she has been doing body work for over 25 years. She regularly works on world-class triathletes and paddlers throughout the year at her Kona based office. She was especially touched by her volunteer work in Haiti where she worked in the children's hospital, working on children with injuries due to the 2010 earthquake. Dr. Nancy thoroughly enjoys cycling, yoga and swimming.  Dancing since she was a child, she continues her passion with Hawaii Irish Dance here on the Big Island. 



Dr. Kim Turnbull moved from her twenty year career as a Registered Nurse to a Licensed Chiropractor for one simple reason - her neck hurt!  After 2 years of unsuccessful allopathic medical treatments for an injury related to a fall, Kim was persuaded by a friend to see a Chiropractor.  Her relief was instantaneous!  Kim graduated from Western States Chiropractic College and has been in practice for the past ten years.  She utilizes traditional and low force adjusting techniques and is certified in ART (active release techniques), Craniosacral Therapies, Graston technique and frequency specific micro current.  Kim enjoys working with a wide range of clients, including extreme athletes.  Kim's passion for animals has led her to volunteer for Advo-Cats and she currently performs numerous kitten rescues of her own.  When not in the office, Kim also enjoys yoga, Pilates and snorkeling.



Kona born, schooled and nurtured, Moku-wai Busch, combines several systems of bodywork with the goal of helping his clients to achieve balance and symmetry in body, mind and spirit. Each session is specifically designed for a client's unique set of circumstances by combining the best of Deep Muscular Massage, Active Release Technique, Cranial Sacral Therapy, Reiki and Touch for Health Kinesiology. Aside from being a licensed massage therapist, Moku has had extensive training in Touch for Health, a blended form of Kinesiology, and holds an instructor's certification. When he's not working with clients, Moku spends his daylight hours hiking and biking all over the island or traveling looking for the next great adventure, enjoying a truly integrated life: at work and at play. Moku-wai Busch, LMT (License #MAT 4709)




Since 2008 I have been providing professional massage using multiple modalities. I attended the Hawaii Island Massage School, and have an Associate’s degree in economics from Tokyo Japan.  Over the years I have had the distinct pleasure of applying my craft to both Olympic and Champion Triathlon athletes. But, the main stay of my business has been providing health enhancing, massage therapy to my local clients here on the Big Island. I specialize in Sports, Deep tissue, Swedish and Trigger point massage. I am also a certified Zumba and Les Mills Body Jam, Tone and, Sh’bam instructor. My hobbies include piano, dancing, hiking, kayaking and baking. (License #MAT 10726)