What Makes Us the Best Chiropractic Group in Hampton Roads
“There is a BIG DIFFERENCE between treating effects and adjusting the cause.”
MEET THE TEAM
Dr. Rich Reinhold
BS, University of Pennsylvania
DC, Palmer College of Chiropractic
I grew up on Long Island in New York as the third of four children. I was very active in sports and music and focused on doing well academically. Baseball was my passion, and I played NCAA Division I baseball as a pitcher for the University of Pennsylvania.
I studied Electrical Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania and earned my B.S.E.E. in 1986. Following graduate work toward a Masters Degree in Engineering at the University of Delaware, I worked as a telecommunications consultant and product manager for 4 years in Northern Virginia before deciding to attend chiropractic school at the Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa.
My career change has a great deal to do with my own experiences with chiropractic following a sports injury combined with a fascination for biomechanics from my involvement with sports and engineering.
I graduated first in my class at Palmer College in June of 1995 and opened Reinhold Chiropractic Group (originally called Church Point Chiropractic) in October 1995. I base my practice philosophy on my Christian faith and values. I re-committed my life to Christ and was baptized in November 2012. I have a heart for service and helping my patients truly understand the process of spinal correction and the value of maintaining spinal health throughout a lifetime.
I have tried to create a practice I would be happy to send my own family to, one that is the best chiropractic group in Hampton Roads. Clinically, I take a unique engineering approach to spinal care based on a Chiropractic Biophysics analysis.
Outside of the office, I am focused on my family. I attend Community Church, coach youth soccer, and still play soccer in the area’s adult leagues.
Dr. Travis Davis
BS, Virginia Tech
DC, Sherman College of Chiropractic
From the time I was a kid, sports were more a way of life than a hobby for me, and I played all I could through my spring 1990 graduation from high school. I injured my back in the last football game of my junior year. It was a minor injury with major future implications.
I left for Virginia Tech in the fall of 1990 with plans to major in Exercise Physiology and walk on to the football team. The coaches thought my time would be better spent studying than playing major college football (i.e. I was too slow & too small). Suddenly my athletic career would be strictly intramural. I got a flyer in the mail from a chiropractic college my freshmen year that did not require postage, so I sent it in. I began to research what a chiropractor was and eventually served a stint as an intern for a local doctor before graduating in 1994.
I never liked to take medicine when I was young and often refused (annoying my mom in the process). So when I found out Sherman College of Chiropractic was focused on health and wellness (some schools and doctors focus on pain and symptoms), my next step was to enroll in 1995. This is really where I learned what a chiropractor was and the direction my life would take. This is also where I saw the real miracles in other people that I hadn’t needed myself. As I learned that health and wellness is a human being’s natural state, I understood that my childhood beliefs were not random rebellion.
I graduated in 1998 and–deciding that I like the ocean a lot–took a position as an associate doctor in Norfolk in 1999. There I learned what a real, functioning office was like. I am proud to serve as part of Reinhold Chiropractic Group, the best chiropractic group in Hampton Roads, and I look forward to working with you!
Dr. Erika Lackey
BS, Old Dominion University
DC, Palmer College of Chiropractic
I am a native of Virginia Beach and an alumna of Frank W. Cox High School, Class of ’08. I was always a very active person and passionate about health and wellness. My interest in good health and exercise led me to pursue my bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science through Old Dominion University in 2013.
I was first introduced to chiropractic as a teenager when a relative recommended that I seek chiropractic care to help with my chronic headaches and migraines. Getting adjusted changed my life and I no longer suffered with daily headaches. Because Chiropractic care significantly improved my quality of life and allowed me to not be dependent on taking medication, I chose to follow the path of becoming a Doctor of Chiropractic so I could help others.
I graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Florida in 2017 and returned to Virginia Beach to start my career. After working several years as an Associate Chiropractor in Portsmouth, VA, I had the good fortune to join Dr. Rienhold and his talented team in Virginia Beach and Suffolk.
I met my Husband, Adam, in Chiropractic school and he now practices in Norfolk. We have a Son, Cory who is absolutely amazing and is the light of our lives! I am proud to be one of the team at Reinhold Chiropractic Group, dedicated to helping the community to achieve optimal health and happiness.
B.S., Old Dominion University
I grew up in Western Branch and graduated from Western Branch High School in 2011. I attended Old Dominion University where I earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education with a concentration in Sports Management in 2015. I served as an intern under the Athletic Director/Student Activities Coordinator at Kempsville High School and am currently Kempsville’s JV Soccer Head Coach. I played travel soccer growing up and continue to be active in local adult soccer leagues.
I married my high school sweetheart, Morgan Harper, an elementary school teacher in Deep Creek.
I joined the Reinhold Chiropractic Group office staff in May 2015. I love the family atmosphere in the clinic, and enjoy bringing my own unique personality to the RCG team.
Front Desk Chiropractic Assistant
I am very blessed to have the opportunity to bring my experience and passion to the Reinhold Chiropractic Group.