The providers at Accident & Injury Chiropractic would really like to help you.
Joel D. Vranna, D.C.
Dr. Vranna graduated from Northwestern University and came to Tacoma in 1984. Additional post-graduate education earned him status as a Diplomate of the American Board of Chiropractic Orthopedists.
Dr. Vranna credits his practice success with the philosophy that all his patients are treated as if they were his own family. His dedication to the profession has earned him awards within the Washington State Chiropractic Association, as well as appointments by three governors to the Washington State Department of Health Quality Assurance Commission.
Richard M. Raymond, D.C.
Born and raised in University Place, Washington. Attended Eastern Washington University on an Athletic Scholarship. Received his Doctorate in Chiropractic at Western State Chiropractic College in Portland, Oregon. After graduating, he returned to Tacoma and started his practice at his current location.
Over the last 22 years, he has maintained a diverse family practice. He has also been the team doctor to many sports teams including the Tacoma Sabercats Hockey team and the Pierce County Bengals Football Team. He has also worked with the Tacoma Dome to treat many band/concert members over the years.
Robert Chant, D.C.
Dr. Chant is originally from the Midwest, born and raised in a small town on the shores of Lake Superior called Marquette Michigan. He Graduated from the fountain head of Chiropractic, Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport Iowa. While attending Palmer he was a Chiropractic teaching assistant and also took advanced clinical work in upper cervical specific adjusting called the Blair technique.
After graduation he worked in Chicago Illinois for over 4 years at a multidisciplinary clinic called the Illinois Back institute where the main focus was spinal disc injury rehabilitation. He also worked for one of Chicago’s top ten orthopedic surgeons out of his private practice providing chiropractic evaluation and treatment of his patients. Following his time in Chicago he came to the Pacific North West, first practicing in Seattle for a year at a specific upper cervical clinic, and now in Tacoma for Accident & Injury Chiropractic. His wide range of techniques and clinical experience have made him a great addition to our office.
Matthew Hidy, D.C.
Dr. Hidy graduated from Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City, Missouri, and began working in the South Seattle area in 2014. In 2016, he joined the great team of doctors and staff at Accident and Injury Chiropractic, where he helps people in all stages of life achieve better health and wellness.
Dr. Hidy’s interest in chiropractic began after experiencing spinal trauma and other injuries in high school. After a team of surgical doctors helped stabilize the broken bones, chiropractic care helped Dr. Hidy rehabilitate from surgeries. For him, this experience revealed the importance of doctors working together across different specialties to help patients achieve their goals.
When he’s not in the office treating patients, Dr. Hidy enjoys cooking at home and hosting friends during nice weather. He also likes to explore the outdoors and attend local community events. Every day, he looks forward to working with patients to understand their needs and improve their quality of life.
Dean A. Shannon, LMP
Dean was born and raised in the Edgewood, Washington area. He graduated from the Seattle School of Massage with honors in 1995. He has been working in the injury/treatment area of massage throughout his career. Dean has spent his last ten years in practice with Accident & Injury Chiropractic and is committed to the health and well being of his clients.
He has an extensive background in weight training and nutrition, which has been a benefit to himself and to his clients. He looks at each client as an individual with specific needs. The road to total recovery may not be simple, but it is possible. Massage has many benefits and is an important part of soft tissue recovery.
Floyd Carbins III, BS, NASM-CES, NFP-CPT
Floyd is an Army veteran originally from Morgan City, LA. Floyd attended California University of Pennsylvania, graduating with Honors in Sport Management Studies: with a concentration in Wellness & Fitness, is National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Corrective Exercise Specialist and is also Certified Personal Trainer with the National Federation of Professional Trainers (NFPT). Floyd has a wide variety of experience in physical fitness training & conditioning, proprioceptive training, improving range of motion (ROM), neuromuscular re-education, balancing extremity strengthening, increasing muscular endurance and increasing cardiovascular function.