Meet Our Team
David Hansen, DC
Dr. David Hansen is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic-West. He has been in practice here at Brady Chiropractic Group since 1995. He continues to be excited seeing the changes in people's lives with chiropractic care. Dr. Hansen chose chiropractic because of his desire to help others live healthier, pain-free lives. He believes that health comes from within, and chiropractic care helps people get in touch with their bodies and their very powerful ability to heal themselves.
Dr. Hansen believes that we all have an obligation to give back to our community. He feels blessed to have opportunities to participate in our community. He is a member of the music team at Redlands United Methodist Church and has been a 4-H leader for several years. When not seeing patients he is active at home with a small dairy goat herd and 4 horses. Dr. Hansen and his wife, Wilma, have been foster parents since 1991 and have parented over 60 children together.
Sean M. Lynch, DC
Dr. Lynch brings his mid-western roots to Brady Chiropractic Group. Little in life excites him more than seeing people reach their full potential. Be it peak performance on the trails/slopes, comfortable parenting, or chasing grandkids around, Dr. Lynch's passion is helping you pursue yours.
He graduated from St. Louis' Logan College of Chiropractic in 2003 and has been practicing chiropractic and acupuncture ever since. He spent 5 years prior to his chiropractic education working in a sports medicine clinic and alternative medicine clinic utilizing hands on techniques, including Zero Balancing, of which he is part of the international teaching faculty, lymph drainage and cranio sacral therapy.
He values spending time with his wife Kristin and their 3 kids at the soccer fields, on the slope and trails. He performs the sport physicals for Brady Chiropractic Group and enjoys helping patients meet and exceed their potential, caring for pregnant patients and addressing the day to day aches and pains of the hard working people of this area.
Curt A Krause, DC, CCSP
Dr. Krause provides chiropractic care, sports rehabilitation/performance, and functional movement assessment within his practice. He holds a Doctorate of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic, a Master's degree in Sports Science and Rehabilitation from Logan Chiropractic College, is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician with the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians, and is certified in Functional Movement Systems.
Over his 24 years of practice, he has published and contributed to a number of professional papers on the subject of multidisciplinary care, with the latest being published in the Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine. He currently serves on the Editorial Board for the Austin Pain & Relief journal. Prior to joining the Brady Chiropractic Group, Dr. Krause worked as the Lead Chiropractor in an on-site multidisciplinary clinic for the Cerner corporation in Kansas City, Missouri. He also served as an Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology and Faculty Clinician for the student clinic at Cleveland Chiropractic College, Overland Park, Kansas. He continues to speak and write as an advocate for the integration of chiropractic medicine into team-based care.
He grew up in Independence, Missouri, the youngest of four boys, where he wrestled and sang in choir. He continued wrestling and singing through college. When his son was younger he served as a Boy Scout leader for 8 years. When he is not in the office helping patients Dr. Krause, and his partner Darcy, enjoy the outdoors and traveling with their four Frenchies.
Christine Nelsen, Certified Massage Therapist
I am a Colorado native, grew up in Indian Hills. My two children and I moved to Grand Junction in 1998 and have enjoyed this area. In my previous career I spent a lot of years behind a desk helping people; though I liked it, it just didn’t feel like enough. In 2009 I returned to school for massage therapy and found my calling. Through massage I have discovered a wonderful and exciting new career and best of all I get to meet wonderful people and get to help them feel better through massage. I can help you relax, reduce stress, manage or reduce pain, increase ROM, and help your body find balance through massage, stretches, and different modalities.
Some of the modalities that I use are Swedish, Trigger point therapy, hot stone, energy work, Reiki, deep tissue and prenatal. There are hundreds of modalities to learn and I am eager to grow in my profession and learn more ways to help benefit my clients.
Linda Harris, Certified Massage Therapist
Linda is from the warm and sunny southeast Phoenix Valley. Following high school graduation, she loaded her trunk and headed to the Midwest. While living in the Chicago land area, she quickly learned that she LOVED the snow! She will confess to singing, “Once there was a snowman” with her children (a snow dance) to invoke a good snowstorm.
Linda graduated from the Utah college of Massage Therapy, Lindon Campus in December of 1999. Her experiences and exposure to a wide range of therapeutic needs has cultivated a love for working with those that live in chronic pain. Whether the condition is that of an autoimmune disorder, accident or life, she enjoys the challenge and the relationships fostered through what is often an intimate and emotional process of overcoming and enduring pain.
Linda and her husband Dale have been blessed with 5 beautiful children, three girls and two boys. Together they enjoy hiking, camping, movies, books and playgrounds. Linda enjoys quilting and crafts, and experimenting with anything yummy in the kitchen. Come on in and get a massage and feel BETTER!
Nicholas Dallas, LMT
Nick Dallas, LMT joined Brady Chiropractic Group in 2023. He recently graduated with honors from the IntelliTec College 2023. Nick specializes in therapeutic deep tissue work, pathology focused massage, and postural correction. Nick originally started his career as a chef with aspirations to improve the lives of others through healthy food and share the importance of farm-to-table cooking. After 8 years of culinary work, he wanted to learn a new skill to provide additional care. Nick is passionate about unlocking the secrets of the mind-body connection which encouraged him to learn about massage therapy. During his free time, he enjoys playing the drums and studying philosophy. To further his education, Nick plans to pursue a degree in psychology.
Sarah Surad, Licensed Massage Therapist
Sarah is originally from Fairmont, West Virginia, but she has fallen in love with the beautiful scenery in the Grand Valley. Sarah has found boundless inspiration for her acrylic and watercolor paintings; from scenic trips to the Grand Mesa or simply watching the majestic sunsets.
By watching her grandmother work, Sarah discovered her passion for the simple, but powerful interaction between massage therapist and client. Sarah graduated from The Giving Touch Massage Therapy School in Grand Junction, Colorado. While working towards her new career in massage therapy, Sarah learned numerous massage therapy modalities including Swedish massage, Reflexology, and Ayurvedic Nepali massage.
Sarah remains passionate about helping those who suffer from both acute and chronic pain by treating the whole patient.
Michelle Williams, LMT
Michelle joined Brady Chiropractic Group in 2023. Michelle is passionate about caring for people and relieving physical pain that holds them back from the activities they love. She earned an Associate of Therapeutic Massage from Anne Arundel Community College of Maryland in 2013. Later that year, she got certified in Manual Lymph Drainage from the Academy of Lymphatic Drainage. Additionally, she has training in Myofascial Release and PNF stretching. She continues to enjoy reaching new levels of skill and knowledge within her field.
Michelle left her birthplace near Washington, D.C. in 2016 for some Colorado mountain air. Now, she is outside as much as possible with her family basking in the sunshine. She’s excited to help you reach new heights.