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Valerie Scott, Office Manager, Insurance/Billing, Patient AdvocateValerie_Scott_Chiropractor-Sioux_Falls

Valerie will answer all of your questions after meeting with Dr. Oien. She will help you find the right financial solution to fit your lifestyle so that you can start relieving your pain and get back to a Pain-Free life!

Valerie is responsible for the insurance billing, collections and helping you keep your account current by handling daily communications and verification with your insurance company.


James Benney, Massage Therapist

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Jim is a South Dakota native. Jim Attended National American University and received his Associates degree in Applied Science for Therapeutic Massage in September of 2006. His techniques include; Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue, Therapeutic Massage, Acupressure, Reflexology, and he was Certified in Quantum Touch in June of 2007. When Jim is not helping his clients he enjoys spending time with family and friends hunting, fishing, playing Texas- Hold'em, watching movies and grilling.


Let Jim go to work on whatever aches, pains and stiffness you're experiencing. You're sure to feel better, afterwards!

QUALIFICATIONS South Dakota License #123

Noelle Bonjour, Massage Therapist

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Noelle attended massage school at Globe University in Sioux Falls, where she earned her Associate in Applied Science degree in March 2010. While she can, and frequently does, do deep tissue, her preferred techniques are Swedish massage and positional release. She tries to keep her clients from being sore from the massage while still relieving clients' aches and pains.Noelle's passions outside of massage include horses, of which she has several, and helping veterans through her membership in the American Legion Auxiliary.

QUALIFICATIONS: South Dakota Massage License #923

MEMBERSHIP: American Massage Therapy Association
  • Tammi Mohan
    Office Manager, Insurance/Billing, Patient Advocate

    Tammi will answer all of your questions after meeting with Dr. Oien. She will help you find the right financial solution to fit your lifestyle so that you can start relieving your pain and get back to a Pain-Free life! Tammi is responsible for the insurance billing, collections and helping you keep your account current by handling daily communications and verifications with your insurance company.

  • James Benney
    Massage therapist

    Jim is a South Dakota native. Jim Attended National American University and received his Associates degree in Applied Science for Therapeutic Massage in September of 2006. His techniques include; Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue, Therapeutic Massage, Acupressure, Reflexology, and he was Certified in Quantum Touch in June of 2007. When Jim is not helping his clients he enjoys spending time with family and friends hunting, fishing, playing Texas- Hold'em, watching movies and grilling. Let Jim go to work on whatever aches, pains and stiffness you're experiencing. You're sure to feel better, afterwards! QUALIFICATIONS South Dakota License #123

  • Noelle Bonjour
    Massage Therapist

    Noelle attended massage school at Globe University in Sioux Falls, where she earned her Associate in Applied Science degree in March 2010. While she can, and frequently does, do deep tissue, her preferred techniques are Swedish massage and positional release. She tries to keep her clients from being sore from the massage while still relieving clients' aches and pains.Noelle's passions outside of massage include horses, of which she has several, and helping veterans through her membership in the American Legion Auxiliary. QUALIFICATIONS: South Dakota Massage License #923 MEMBERSHIP: American Massage Therapy Association

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Office Hours

Monday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

1:00 pm-5:30 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-12:30 pm

Saturday:

By Appointment

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonials

  • "When I went into to see Dr. Oien I was having constant pain in m neck with tingling into my arm. I couldn't believe how fast my symptoms disappeared and I have not had them for a year and a half."
    - Lori R.
  • "I was in extreme pain with constant headaches every day and super tight neck and shoulder muscles. I had many conditions and was on many medications and lived like this for about 10 years."
    - Jenna W.
  • "When I first came to Dr. Ben I had a lot of low back pain. I have been to the medical doctor and had a ton of medications."
    - Matt D.

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