Dr. Lauren Whittaker’s work has been inspired by the brilliance and resilience of the human body and human spirit ever since she experienced “being in the zone” as a young athlete. Motivated to embark on a life of healing, she completed her undergraduate studies in Human Development and Family Studies at Penn State University and earned her doctorate in Chiropractic from Life Chiropractic College West. Licensed in the state of Colorado, Dr. Whittaker’s services include gentle chiropractic adjustments and additional holistic therapies tailored to meet the needs of each individual. She dedicates her work to the healing of the whole self from the physical, chemical, and emotional stresses of contemporary life. She welcomes all to her practice at Lux Wellness Center in Carbondale, Colorado—a place of sanctuary, empowerment, holistic healing and joy.
Jade Wimberley, Naturopathic Doctor, is a graduate of the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, a four-year, post-graduate program located in Tempe, Arizona. She treats clients nationwide and hosts the vitamin B12 clinics biweekly. Jade is an author and the founder of The Health Revolution, a social movement to create awareness and affect change in America’s healthcare system.
“As a Naturopathic Doctor, providing alternative medicine, I believe in healing with nature as a primary aid. But, most of all, I believe that the relationship between practitioner and patient is paramount in quality healthcare. My life has been a journey of learning how to be healthy and then assisting others to do the same.”
At Lux you will be greeted by our office manager Sarah. Her friendly and approachable personality will make you feel right at home. Sarah is a Carbondale native who recently returned after spending over a decade in Denver. While in the Mile High City she earned a bachelor’s degree in photography from The Art Institute and continued schooling for digital communication and design. She fell in love with live music, snowboarding, the Broncos, and her husband Jason. Together, they shared a love for the mountains, so they packed up their animals and headed back to the Roaring Fork Valley.