Our Friendly Staff

Vicki Bryant, Office Manager

As our office manager and medical coding and billing specialist, Vickie will help you with your questions about billing, therapies, insurance and do her best to guide you through the maze and confusion that often accompany billing your health insurance. Just call her Elmer’s, as she is the glue that holds the business end together.

Deanna Neill, Doctor Assistant

As Dr. Piva's assistant, Deanna provides patient therapy including but not limited to relaxation treatments, answers phones and schedules appointments.  She joined our team in 2009 and Deanna and her husband have lived in the community for the past 14 years.

Sheri Bourey, LMT

As one of our Massage Therapists, Sheri, provides her customers with professionalism and compassion. She specializes in providing Therapeutic massages that promote healing and pain relief . She treats you with respect and works on the areas that you and the Dr. feel are needed.

Bethany, Massage Therapist

Bethany joined Dr. Piva's office and massage team in October 2015.
She takes the approach of every body is unique with differing life experiences and works with the clients needs and desires to encourage healing. She believes in the body's ability to heal itself and that massage is one of the many avenues to restoring health and vitality.
Bethany graduated from Wellspring School of Allied Health, in Kansas City, Missouri, August 2015. Her work hours are Mon, Tues 9a.m.-6p.m. and Fri. 9a.m.-3p.m.

Elizabeth Halfhide, Massage Therapist

A graduate of Heritage College in Kansas City Mo, I am passionate about helping people feel better. My love for massage therapy started at a young age massaging family members and friends. It was when my grandmother developed Rheumatoid arthritis that I discovered my calling through therapeutic touch for her relief from pain and depression. I saw firsthand the benefits massage imparts on clients suffering from everything from everyday chronic aches and pains to the old injuries as well as a powerful way to comfort and improve the quality of life in those who are terminally ill. I believe massage is a very powerful tool in improving the quality of life for people of all ages from infants to the elderly.