Dr. Abbe KeenChiropractic Physician
Revelation Wellness Instructor
Weigh Less 2 Feed More Facilitator
I have always wanted to be a doctor since I was a child. However, since becoming a follower of Christ in 2006, and a doctor of chiropractic in 2008, I have come to an understanding that has changed my perspective on healthcare dramatically….
True healing can only result from being whole.
I am not a chiropractor to put out your pain fires and chase your symptoms. Instead, I am here to be in a relationship with you, to learn your unique health story, consider how it relates with your life story, and serve as a guide on your journey through the fear, anxiety, doubt and/or perfectionistic tendencies that influence your day to day health decisions. My personal experiences, graduate and postgraduate training, have created the perfect framework to help others with weight loss/body image, prenatal and postpartum health, and helping you understand what wellness looks like in your life right now. In essence, I look at my vocation as a place to disciple people to better health, so that they can be better versions of themselves for service to their families, their communities, and their God.
My goal is never to shame you into change, or motivate you by fear. Instead, as a client, you will experience a coach who is not afraid to speak truth about your health situation in love, will educate you about the physiological processes your body is going through, and pray with you and for you as you navigate the hard places.
Dr. Katie ShayChiropractic Physician
For as long as I can remember, I have been fascinated by the human body: how intricately complex and interconnected it all is. Growing up, I was drawn to the health field and saw myself becoming a physical therapist.
It wasn’t until college that many components of my life changed. I became a Christian and my life took on a whole new purpose. My heart for nurturing and empathizing with others grew and my passion for being an instrument of healing in the healthcare world increased.
It was in college that I also came across the chiropractic profession for the first time. I began volunteering at a clinic near the University of Illinois where I was getting my undergraduate degree. The approach this chiropractor took to restoring health was revolutionary to me. I saw patients lives improve monumentally and witnessed newfound freedom and hope in many. I could see myself committing my life to serving people in that way; and considered it a blessing to find a career that captivated and challenged me.
I graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic in 2008 and opened the doors to Crossroads Family Chiropractic in 2010 with Dr. Abbe Keen. It has been a beautiful ride. I love getting to work with pregnant women, babies, and young families and help change the way they see their health. It is far better to invest in our health while we still have it, than chase after it once it’s gone. Working with babies, children, and young people enables me to help build a strong foundation from which they can optimally grow, thrive, and live the rest of their lives.
I love coming to work each day and thank God for each person that He brings through our doors. And I pray each one leaves more whole and at peace than they came.
Wendy Godwin, OTR/L, LMTMassage Therapist
With over 30 years of combined experience working as an occupational therapist and massage therapist, Wendy Godwin brings a unique perspective to her clients at Crossroads. She has worked in a variety of settings including psychiatry, chronic pain, hand therapy, and pediatrics. Licensed in massage therapy 10 years ago, she integrated this into her professional health services. Today she provides massage therapy to both adults and children, with an emphasis on pregnancy and postpartum care including infant craniosacral therapy.
Wendy graduated in 1986 with a BS degree in occupational therapy from Towson University. She became licensed in massage therapy in 2006 and certified in prenatal massage in 2011. She is married and has three children ages 18, 22, and 25.