Some individuals may look at chiropractic as a simple adjustment or manipulation, but it’s much more. Chiropractic is a lifestyle. Once our patients understand how valuable chiropractic care is, they embrace it as part of their lifestyle. They realize that chiropractic care empowers them to be as healthy as possible.Learn about Chiropractic »
Massage therapy is a safe and direct approach to stimulating the muscular, circulatory and nervous systems of the body through soft tissue manipulation. A treatment is intended to maintain, to prevent and relieve pain and dysfunction, rehabilitate, and to enhance the overall well being of the client.Massage Services »
The purpose of using acupuncture is to treat the root cause, rather than provide a temporary solution. Chinese medicine works to bring balance to the body through acupuncture, cupping (use of suction to increase circulation in an affected are), herbs, nutritional and lifestyle counseling.Discover Acupuncture »
Since 2011, we have been providing quality holistic care for the whole family. Our goal is to uncover the root cause of your problem, resolve it, and empower you to take control of your own health and well being!Our Mission & Promise »
Graduating Magna Cum Laude from Life University College of Chiropractic in 2003, Dr. Wendy Cunningham strives to provide professional holistic care in a warm and caring environment.
Catherine is a long-time resident of Hayden, moving here in 1979 with her family from Illinois. Which is why she will forever be a Chicago Bear fan. She and her husband live in Rathdrum, where they raised two beautiful children.
Dawn is the Office Manager of Cunningham Chiropractic. She handles the majority of insurance billing in the office. She also performs physical therapy modalities such as electro-muscle stimulation, ultrasound and low level laser therapy.
Dana graduated from Utah College of Massage Therapy in the spring of 1998. She is also Board Certified in Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork.
I hunt big game and am very active in archery shooting competitions. I started having pain in my shoulder and was getting weakness and tingling into my
hand that was preventing me from being able to pull back the bow. Within the first few visits, my shoulder pain went away, and I regained the strength
in my hand. I have not had any problems since and am back to shooting my bow regularly.
I also had been having pain in both knees, especially walking down hill. Dr. Wendy recommended supplements for my chronic knee pain. My knees were virtually pain free within 30 days of taking them.