Dr. Amy Reeves, D.C.

Chiropractor/Licensed Acupuncturist 

Dr. Amy Reeves has been a doctor of chiropractic since 1999, and a licensed acupuncturist since 2007. She received her undergraduate degree from Saint Louis University and graduated from Logan Chiropractic College in April 1999, when she relocated to Colorado and opened Abarr Lake Chiropractic & Acupuncture Clinic. In 2004 she completed her fellowship in pediatrics and prenatal chiropractic.

Dr. Reeves is Advanced Proficient rated in the Activator Methods technique. Activator is an instrument adjusting style that has been well researched and is safe for all patients, including babies, elderly, post surgical and anyone preferring chiropractic without an aggressive approach. She also utilizes electric muscle stimulation, ultrasound, diathermy and cranial sacral technique, as well as acupuncture.

Dr. Reeves is well versed in nutritional supplementation and counseling. She incorporates Metagenics products into her practice to offer an effective and safe alternative to prescription medications.


Dr. Tom Krueger, D.C.


Dr. Thomas Krueger has been a doctor of chiropractic in the state of Colorado since 2003. He received his undergraduate degree in Biology from the University of Jamestown and graduated from North Western Health Sciences University with his doctor of chiropractic in 2002.  Dr. Krueger joined Abarr Lake Chiropractic and Acupuncture clinic in 2009. 

He practices several different adjusting techniques including Diversified, Gonstead, Thompson drop, and Activator. He also utilizes electric muscle stimulation, ultrasound, diathermy, and has over 10 years of treating with low level (cold) laser therapy. Laser therapy is primarily used to accelerate the healing process of injury and non-injury conditions. Dr. Krueger is certified to perform PREP sport physicals. He is also a certified medical examiner for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to perform DOT physicals for CDL and non CDL drivers. 



Hannah Culp, LMT

Licensed Massage Therapist

Hannah Culp, Licensed Massage Therapist, graduated from the massage therapy program at Front Range Community College in 2016 and has been practicing in Loveland since then. She is proficient in light, medium and firm pressure Swedish massage, along with using hot stones and neuromuscular therapy. Offering a gentle touch when needed, she loves doing prenatal massage for mothers, after the first trimester. She is trained in reflexology, a therapy that gently works specific points on the feet, hand, and ears that correspond to areas of the body, as well as aromatherapy, a complement to any therapeutic or spa treatment.

Lasea Branson, LMT

Licensed Massage Therapist

Lasea Branson, Licensed Massage Therapist, graduated from IBMC in 2015 where she received her state licensure for massage therapy and an associate’s degree in occupational health. She has a passion for helping others achieve their wellness goals which was what initiated her pursuit of massage. Her training includes prenatal massage, hot stone massage, Swedish and neuromuscular therapy. She specializes in deep tissue massage which works the muscles at a deeper level while utilizing stretching to improve range of motion. She is a proud Colorado native and is grateful for the opportunity to give back to her community through massage therapy.