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phoenix, AZ 85028 United States

(480) 368-2639

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Meet the Doctors

  • Dr.
    Sonya Bladow Kiser

    A true passion for making a difference in people's lives led Sonya Bladow to pursue a career in chiropractic. After completing her B.A. in nutrition at the University of North Dakota, she sought an outlet for reaching even more people, heading to Northwestern Health Sciences University, where she received her Doctor of Chiropractic.

    Dr. Sonya's passion is helping families achieve their optimal health. She specializes in working with children with chronic ear infections, ADD and allergies. She has had extensive training in chiropractic technique and wellness, specifically as they relate to lifestyle choices in the biochemical, physical, and psychological realms. In addition, she has had many years of experience in personal training and nutritional consulting, giving her a unique perspective on health and wellness.

    When not at the office, Dr. Sonya enjoys myriad outdoor activities, including hiking, golf, yoga, and being in the sun. She also enjoys traveling and spending time with her husband, which usually includes cheering on the Dbacks!

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    Chris Bonin

    Dr. Chris Bonin was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. He spent most of his summers at his family cottage fishing and hiking, and most of his winters on the ice, playing hockey. After experiencing a close family member's sudden death, Dr. Chris knew he was interested in the realm of healing. Following his hockey days, he attended the University of Manitoba where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry and Microbiology. In these courses, he studied how the nervous system controls every cell in your body, and learned that if there is any interference to the nervous system, a diseased state will occur. He then realized what chiropractors around the world have been doing for over a hundred years. Health wasn't about covering up aches and pains with potions, lotions and pills -- it was about prevention. This research changed Dr. Chris' life forever.

    Dr. Chris attended Northwestern College of Chiropractic in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Upon finishing his education at Northwestern, he made the decision to move to Arizona to be in a warmer climate and to experience the challenge of living in a new place. Over the years he has attended many seminars to provide the most up to date care for his patients including studies in nutrition, physical therapy, radiology and philosophy. He has been a featured speaker and has given many health seminars on a number of topics across the Phoenix valley. Dr. Chris' passion is to provide the highest level of Wellness Care for everyone. As a member of the Total Lifestyle Chiropractic team, his mission is to educate and empower the community to make better health choices for themselves and their children. When you come in to visit, don't be shocked at the occasional Canadian 'eh!'

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  • "Sonya and tlc is great. I have always hated chiropractic in the past but they totally turned my views around. They actually care about your total wellness and life. It's a strong community and they always have had the best support staff like Meghan and Nicole etc."
    Andrew S. / Phoenix, AZ

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