Integrative Chiropractic and Extremities (ICE) is a Kennewick, Washington based chiropractic clinic that strives to provide top quality holistic care for people in the local Tri-cities community and beyond.
Integrative Chiropractic and Extremities (ICE) seeks to help our community’s health and well being through chiropractic services and education. Our goal is to improve our patients’ current health outcomes and outlook by providing excellent treatment, education, and empowerment for our patients to live healthier and more fulfilled lives.
9 – 12:30 | 3:30 – 6
9 – 12:30 | 2:30 – 5
9 – 12:30 | 3:30 – 6
9 – 12:30 | 2:30 – 5
7117 W. Hood Pl Ste 130, Kennewick, WA 99336 Kennewick, WA 99336
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Dr. Eric Turner is a Tri-Cities native, born and raised in Richland. A 2009 graduate of Richland High School, he was actively involved in track, cross country, and student leadership. After his freshman year at Brigham Young University in Provo, UT, he served a two-year church mission in Arizona. While serving as a missionary, he had become well acquainted with a chiropractor in the Glendale area. Dr. Eric refers to this as his first personal experience with chiropractic.
“Two years of walking, biking, and just being on my feet was all starting to take a toll on my body. Thanks to regular adjustments, this great chiropractor helped me to feel better and take control of my own health. The more we spoke, the more he encouraged me to consider becoming a chiropractor myself!”
Upon finishing his mission, Dr. Eric returned to his studies at BYU (where he met and married his beautiful wife, Carly!). He received his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science in 2015. The Turners then moved to Davenport, Iowa, where Dr. Eric enrolled at Palmer College of Chiropractic. For the next three and a half years, he immersed himself in the science, art, and philosophy of health at the birthplace of chiropractic. His passion for the body and its capabilities only grew as he worked as a dissector in the human cadaver lab, and as a teaching assistant in the chiropractic technique department. He continued serving in student leadership capacities such as president of his class, and vice president of the Palmer cycling club. In February 2019, Dr. Eric graduated from Palmer College and immediately joined the team at ICE.
“I chose to become a chiropractor because I want to help people achieve their health and wellness goals in a unique and personal way. The body is capable of healing and regulating itself, but I don’t want to just tell people about that—I want to help them to experience it. To me, there is no ‘one way’ to approach chiropractic care, and I seek to give people the individually tailored approach that will best help them achieve optimal functionality. I look forward to treating individuals and families of all types.”
Dr. Eric enjoys spending time with his immediate and extended family, and is grateful to return to the Tri-Cities. He loves outdoor activities including cycling, hiking, and baseball. He can often be seen (or heard) playing his bagpipes. The Turners have been more recently enjoying life with their son, Ben (4) and daughter Natalie (~1) who has plenty of energy and joy to keep them on their toes!
Hailing from Dallastown, PA, Dr. Joseph Friedman began his journey in health and wellness as a teenager. During high school he found a passion for bodybuilding, which sparked his interest in the human body and the world of sports and human performance. “I spent most of my high school anatomy classes daydreaming about the gym after school. I could put the things that I just learned into practice. I was fascinated!”
He attended Temple University in Philadelphia, PA, where he earned his Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology with a focus in Pre-Health Professions in 2014. It was during a lecture at Temple University that Dr. Joe was first exposed to chiropractic. “I came home after that class and said to my girlfriend (now fiancee), Kimberlyn, ‘I think I just found the career that I want to do for the rest of my life!’” During this time, he began shadowing chiropractors to gain exposure to the various ways that chiropractic can help patients.
In 2016 they packed up their car and made the journey to San Jose, CA, where Dr. Joe attended Palmer College of Chiropractic West. During his time at PCCW, he was involved in many Sports Council events including being an on-the-field treating intern for San Jose State Men’s Rugby, Avon Breast Cancer Runs, and the Sea Otter Classic. He also became a champion bodybuilder when he won the NPC Mr. San Francisco Classic Physique Overall in 2017. In his last quarter of school, Dr. Joe went to a preceptorship with a sports-based chiropractor in South San Jose. This eventually turned into the first place where he practiced chiropractic. That experience proved to be invaluable as he was able to treat athletes of all ages and from many organizations including the NFL, NHL, MLB, UFC, and more.
Dr. Joe has continued his education with certifications including FRCms, FRA, ELDOA, SOMA Therapy, and NASM CES.In late 2020, Dr. Joe and Kimberlyn moved to the Tri-Cities area, where they now reside with their kitties, Luna and Apawlo, and their dog, Bill.
“Being a chiropractor has been one of the most rewarding experiences–and best journeys–of my life. Because every body is different, I believe in empowering each patient to reach their wellness goals: no matter how big or small. With chiropractic, I help people move better, which means that they can get back to doing the things that they love; and with the correct patient-oriented exercise selection, I know that we can continue to learn how to move better and make our bodies more resilient. I am excited to bring my skills to the wonderful people of the Tri-City area!”
Meet Desiree, ICE Clinic’s Director. When she is not herding cats (children) while at home, she is behind the scenes making our clinic run smoothly and effeciently. She is responsible for much of the clinic’s representation as well as the push for a healthy and holistic approach to our overall culture.
“Growing up in the small town of Walla Walla, I was blessed to be raised by an upbringing that valued nature and surviving off of the land. I admired my mom and dad who were both focused on health and fitness, while also having a great appreciation for the outdoors.
After graduating from Walla Walla Highschool, I set out on my collegiate education where I eventually graduated with my Bachelor’s degree from Evergreen State College. From there I traveled the world for a few years working as an English teacher while living in various countries including Israel, Turkey, Korea, and Tanzania. It eventually landed me in between pursuing my Master’s degree, which is where I met Kyle.
Fast-forward a few years and we now have 3 beautiful, healthy children together and have created our dream clinic at ICE. I feel so fortunate to use this clinic to help those ailing in our local community, and am very passionate about making a difference in the health of others. My background and traveling experience has lead to a deeply engrained appreciation for natural and holistic approaches to health care and management.”
Meet Shayla – someone who has really grown and developed within her roles while working at ICE. Shayla is able to wear many hats in our clinic but has an exceptional ability to provide quality care with her assisting duties while in the treatment rooms. Her strong work ethic, graceful attitude, and inspiring spirit make her an extremely valuable member of our team and to our patients!
“I was born and raised in Tri-cities, Wa. I attended Hanford highschool where I graduated in 2019. Growing up I played a wide variety of sports all year round. My main sports being softball and basketball which I played into highschool. Sports being a huge part of my life gave me an appreciation for staying active in fun and entertaining ways. I continue to do so today in activities like snowboarding, hiking, pick up volleyball games and many of my other hobbies.
A few of my passions that inspire me and fuel me the most in life are travel & spontaneous adventures, people, and the wellness of our body, mind and spirit!
I started coming to ICE as a patient of Dr. Eric’s in early 2021. I had been experiencing some bad neck pain from being a receptionist, as well as having poor body awareness. At the time I had never been to a Chiropractor and didn’t know what to expect. I left not only feeling better physically, but more aware of how to prevent pain and strengthen my body. At the time I had been working at a massage studio for almost 2 years, which had already inspired my love for a holistic approach to medicine. Having first hand experience with Chiropractic care relieving my pain only fueled my interest in holistic health.
Since working at ICE I have been blessed to receive countless amounts of knowledge regarding all aspects of health. Most of which I come across myself using in my everyday life. I look forward to helping create and build the same health focused environment that has helped change my view on healthy living!”
Whitney has been one of our more recent additions at ICE, but she has adapted quickly and has become a key part of our patients’ experience. With her athletic background as well as certification in Grief Counseling, Whitney brings special attributes to the Chiropractic Assitant role that help generate a valued overall patient experience.
“I was born and raised in Pasco and attended Chiawana High School. For my entire upbringing, I played softball. This passion took me out to Colorado, where I played collegiate softball for four years while completing my Bachelor of Arts. After my time in Colorado, I was off to find my newest passion in life. This journey started in Utah and has now brought me back to my family and hometown where I have pursued a life of service and continue to learn how to better support others in their health journey. My hobbies include serving the community, playing sports, reading non-fiction, spending time with friends and family, and going on dates with my loving husband, Jack.
I am a firm believer that taking care of our health provides relief and value not only to our lives but also to the lives of those around us. I am more than excited to join the team at ICE. Their commitment to providing genuine care is apparent as soon as you step through the office door. I feel blessed to routinely be in an environment where I can deepen my understanding of the holistic health benefits that come from chiropractic care.”
Meet Kelsey, ICE clinic’s Media and Marketing Manager. Kelsey is someone who began at our clinic at the beginning of the year as a floating position, however was quickly thrust into the dynamic demand of a bustling clinic. Kelsey has proven herself to be a very valuable asset to ICE and given her recent transition towards motherhood, we have managed to hold onto her talents and abilities to generate a lot of the ICE content that you see throughout the clinic.
“I was born and mostly raised in Walla Walla Washington. I graduated as a Wa-Hi Blue Devil in 2013 and completed my AA at Columbia Basin College. During my early 20’s I lived in Idaho and Nevada. Along the way I was able to experience the dynamic of larger city life and met my amazing husband, Elliot, while residing in Las Vegas.
From there we moved to the Tri-Cities. My top hobbies include watching scary movies, drawing, and above all, staying active. After 3 years of consistent weight training and meal prepping, I decided to channel my passion of fitness to help others take more control of their health. I then received my CPT through the National Academy of Sports Medicine in 2017.
Leading up to my second year as a personal trainer, I came to Dr.Kyle with consistent headaches, anxiety, and mild depression. Even as a professional in the fitness and health world, I was still in the dark. I had accepted my symptoms as a normalcy of everyday life. As I continued to come to the clinic for adjustments, I was introduced to a new outlook on health and natural ways to drive the human body to its potential. With minimal to no headaches, and a new outlook on health, I joined the ICE clinic team February of 2020.
I am so thankful to be a part of everyone’s growth just as the clinic team was a crucial part in mine!”
Kasidy joined ICE in the spring of 23′ but given her background she fluidly fit into the ethos at the clinic. She primarily provides the majority of treatment and promotion with our Cold Laser program, and is a big reason for so many powerful testimonials associated with their treatments at ICE. She has extensive knowledge of human anatomy and is passionate about helping patients!
“I was born and raised in Tri-cities, Washington and attended Riverview Baptist Christian School as well as Columbia Basin College, where I received my Associates of Arts and Applied Science. Shortly after graduating from CBC, I married my high school sweetheart and moved to Colorado Springs, where we were stationed, for five years. In those five years, I completed my Bachelor’s in Exercise Science, from the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, received my Yoga Teacher Training Certification through Cambio Yoga and had the privilege of working with the Air Force Special Operations community. I also had the privilege of traveling and visiting all of the national parks across Colorado, buying and selling our first home and welcoming our beautiful daughter to the world. Once my husband’s enlistment came to a close, we moved back to our hometown to grow and raise our family. My hobbies include: coaching soccer, hiking and spending time with my family.
Having a strong background in health and wellness, I knew ICE was for me. ICE strives to better the health and wellness of the community while providing you with all of the tools and resources to be the best version of yourself. I admire the holistic approach that ICE takes to assure you that you are receiving the best care possible. I appreciate how knowledgeable and flexible the staff is and always look forward to being surrounded by like-minded individuals who share similar values- serving the community.”
Meet Jacey, who has been with ICE since the beginning of 2022 but has quickly established herself as an important part of the ICE machine. She has exceptional knowledge in health and fitness, with a mind that is contuinually pursuing research and asking the right questions to better challenge our clinicians and our patients. We are very thankful for her presence at the clinic!
“My name is Jacey and I am from the small farm town of Oakesdale Washington. I graduated in 2018 from Washington State University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology. Being healthy and active is extremely important to me. In college I worked as a Personal Trainer and discovered my passion of helping others improve their fitness and mobility.
Curiosity is large portion of my personality. I especially love learning about the human body and how everything is interconnected. ICE immediately caught my eye because of their unique approach to health. Not only do our doctors want to treat their patients, they also want to educate everyone that walks through our doors.
I am thrilled to be a member of their team so I can continue to help others on their wellness journey and expand my own knowledge.”
MONDAY – 9:00 – 12:30pm | 3:30 – 6:00pm
TUESDAY – 9:00 – 12:30pm | 2:30 – 5:00pm
WEDNESDAY – 9:00 – 12:30pm | 3:30 – 6:00pm
THURSDAY – 9:00 – 12:30pm | 2:30 – 5:00pm
FRIDAY – 9:00 – 12:30pm | 3:30 – 6:00pm
SATURDAY | SUNDAY – CLOSED