At Baze Chiropractic, PLLC we believe that chiropractic care is a vital part of the journey to optimal health. By assessing your current physical condition, providing necessary spinal adjustments, supportive therapies, and education on exercise, nutrition, and stress management, our doctors will help you improve your health and overall well-being.
Our objective is to help you find your path to optimal health.
Randy Baze, D.C.
Gentle, Effective, Compassionate Natural Healthcare
Graduated from Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic in 1983. Other degrees: University of Washington; Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic. Memberships: WSCA, World Chiropractic Alliance, Chiropractic Philosophy Forum Honors: Sherman Regent of the Year, 1983, Chiropractic Knights of the Round Table, 1998, Chiropractic Sentinel Award, 2002, Washington State Chiropractic Pioneer Award, 2002
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Exercise & Fitness
Alex Asaturov, D.C.
Dr. Alex Asaturov has lived in the Puget Sound area for 18 years. He attended the University of Washington before starting his chiropractic education at University of Western States in Portland, Oregon. Originally from a small country, Armenia, Dr. Alex speaks fluent Russian. Dr. Alex experienced the healing power of chiropractic first hand after a series of car accidents and sport injuries.
Having graduated in 2010 with Bachelor of Human Biology and Doctor of Chiropractic degrees, Dr. Alex is committed to sharing his knowledge of chiropractic, nutrition, and a wellness lifestyle with the great people of the Northwest. On top of providing optimal care for the spine, Dr. Alex’s special interests include extremity adjusting, rehab, and fitness. In his free time, Dr. Alex likes to be active with soccer, basketball, and tennis along with outdoor activities such as snowboarding, hiking, and camping.
Minatsu Sunagawa, LMP
I am originally from Okinawa, Japan and about ten years ago I moved to the United States to study environmental science at the University of Washington. After I graduated from UW in 2002, I went to Ashmead College to study massage, spa, and aromatherapy treatments. I obtained National Board Certification for therapeutic massage and bodywork in 2005.
Growing up in Japan, I witnessed and experienced a number of natural/holistic approaches to disease, pain, and stress. When I came to the US, I was shocked to see how easily, and how often people take drugs for their physical/emotional pain and sickness. I believe holistic ways of cure are much more gentle, safer and fundamental to improve health, than just masking pain and discomfort with drugs. Massage and many other bodyworks can not only help reduce pain and symptoms, but also sort out and fix the underlying causes. It can even re-design the way your muscles and joints function.
Massage releases the toxins out of your tissues and into the body to be eliminated through your circulatory system. By way of massage, your circulation (blood or lymphatic flow) improves and relieves congestion. This accelerates your body’s natural healing process and enhances the efficiency of your body’s own defense mechanism. Through the holistic view of medicine and health-care, massage can be a benefit to all people, including the prevention and maintenance for optimum health.
Based on my belief and passion of holistic healing and preventative medicine, I keep studying and practicing to improve my massage skills and knowledge of health, so that I can be at my best for my patients.