Dr. Anderson grew up in Olympia, Washington before moving to Salt Lake City to attend the University of Utah. He was a walk-on for the University of Utah Football Team and had the great opportunity to be a part of a great program and go to the BCS Fiesta Bowl in 2005. Following football he began pursuing his career in Chiropractic and started with an undergraduate degree in Exercise Physiology. During those last years at the University of Utah, Dr. Anderson found a love for rugby and finished his time at the U playing rugby and preparing for graduate school.

Dr. Anderson moved his beautiful wife Alicia and young daughter Addy to St. Louis, Missouri to attend Logan College of Chiropractic. There Dr. Anderson would continue his love for Chiropractic and Sports Science by earning his Doctorate and a Masters Degree in Sports Science and Rehabilitation. Following graduation Dr. Anderson and his family, with the addition of another daughter Eliza, moved back the Salt Lake City area and opened Salt Lake Sports Chiropractic. Since opening up Salt Lake Sports Chiropractic Dr. Anderson and his wife Alicia have added their first boy, John in 2015. Currently, Dr. Anderson is now the Head Coach for Olympus High School Rugby.


Dr. Ingle is a 2004 graduate from the University of Central Florida (UCF) in Orlando, Florida where she was born and raised. She received her Bachelor of Science degree with honors in Health Care Administration before following her dream to become a chiropractor at the prestigious Life University in Marietta, Georgia. Dr. Ingle graduated from Life University as the valedictorian of her class in 2009 and practiced in Kennesaw, Georgia for 12 years with a focus in sports chiropractic, pregnancy and wellness care. In 2014 she became a professor at her Alma Mater and taught chiropractic students the fundamentals of patient care and examination.

Dr. Ingle and her family decided to move to Utah this year to be closer to their family. In her spare time, she cheers and supports her husband’s basketball team at Cedar Valley High School, loves cooking and trying new recipes and avoids hiking at all costs.