Meet Our Team
At Active Life Chiropractic, we want to provide the best chiropractic care for you and your family in a friendly, pleasant and comfortable atmosphere. We are all here to help you with any questions you may have.
Kimberly Weese, our office manager & chiropractic assistant (C.A.), greets everyone as they come into the office! She is always energetic at any task she takes on. Whether it is finding patients a perfect appointment time, or assisting in watching children while parents get adjusted. She began her C.A. career with Dr. Stone in 2002. Through her chiropractic education, Kimberly learned how important it is for pregnant women and children to get adjusted. She received care from Dr. Stone throughout her pregnancy, and started getting her oldest son adjusted when he was born. She works hard to educate the importance of chiropractic to everyone she meets. In her free time, Kimberly enjoys cross-stitching, paintball, and reading murder mystery novels.
Kenzie Tapley is our newest team member and very excited to be joining us! She helps Kimberly at the front desk, greeting patients & playing with little kids. Kenzie is a student at Kennesaw State University where she is currently studying Biology. She enjoys traveling and has most recently been to Italy and Scotland with her university. Kenzie also loves to play music and spend time with family and friends. She has been an avid fan of chiropractic care for many years and has recently been learning more about holistic health. After seeing the difference these practices have made in her own health, she is eager to be part of each patient’s journey to a healthier, happier lifestyle.
Liz Santangelo is from Northern Maryland where she grew up under her father’s chiropractic care. Growing up in a health conscious environment and getting her nervous system checked from birth drove her interest in following her father’s footsteps in to become a chiropractor. After completing her B.S. degree in Health Behavior Science from the University of Delaware, she moved to Atlanta to pursue her dream of becoming a chiropractor. While in school, she attended multiple seminars that showed her the multitude of ways to assist the body in healing through chiropractic care. In her free time she likes to read, bake, and go hiking. After graduation, Liz plans to return to the northeast to serve her community.
Taylor Cox is so excited to join the awesome team at Active Life Chiropractic as a student intern. She is from a few places in North Carolina, but has a love for Raleigh. After completing a Bachelors degree in Exercise Science at UNC Charlotte, she began her journey to become a Chiropractor. She is so excited to spread the message of hope that Chiropractic gives and wants to share how everyone can benefit from Chiropractic with those around her. Her goal is to one day work with families of all ages and their beloved pets. In her free time, she loves hiking, hanging out with animals and friends, and simply enjoying life. After graduation she plans to move back to North Carolina and further spread the Chiropractic message.
Elizabeth Ereddia, LMT graduated from Rising Spirit School of Massage Therapy in 2002 where she received training in Neuromuscular Therapy, Swedish, and Deep Tissue Massage. She has also has training in Reiki, Fertility massage, Womb massage (helpful for PMA and other reproductive issues), Prenatal Massage, Qigong, Myofacial Release, and Visceral Techniques. Elizabeth has also been involved in dance and movement therapy. With a passion for health, she enjoys empowering others with the knowledge to nourish and heal their bodies using holistic modalities. She has been using and studying herbs for 15 years. Elizabeth has just recently launched her “Whole Woman’s Herbal Care” line of products.You can learn more about those in the office or on her website, www.MammaBizz.com. She is eager to help you balance, restore, and nourish your body for a healthier and happier you!
Sonia Castillo, LMT is a recent transplant from Florida where she graduated from Sarasota School of Massage Therapy in 2013. She holds a dual license in both Florida and Georgia as a massage therapist and bodyworker. Her focus is on working with the body, rather than against it. She uses a variety of modalities to help clients feel their best including Swedish Massage, Myofascial Release Therapy, Neuromuscular Therapy and stretching. Some clients also prefer to begin with Craniosacral Therapy, which she is certified in, so that they can address other issues not locked in the muscles. She believes massage therapy is beneficial as part of a larger self-care plan and looks forward to educating clients on ways they can become more aware of their body.
And lastly (we save the best for last), Kalo is at the office almost everyday, playing with patients in the backyard and fetching the ball for anyone who will throw it.