Massage Therapists

You will be amazed by our trained massage therapists and their extensive knowledge and attention to detail. 

David Undhjem, Massage Therapist

David Undhjem  was born in Salt Lake City but spent most of his life here in Cache Valley. He has one brother and four sisters. His four sisters were the ones who inspired him to go into the healing art of massage. “They always told me that if I massaged their backs, they would work on mine. They never did, but I followed their advice and attended Utah College of Massage Therapy.”


“Once I arrived at school, I was so amazed at how complex our bodies really are and how much massage helps truly helps people function better. I worked for five years before returning to Utah College of Massage Therapy to earn my Master’s degree.”


“Now massage is a passion and not just a job or career. I’m truly blessed and love that I am able to help people out of pain and into an improved quality of life.”


“I’ve now been practicing massage for eight years. I thank my sisters and two of my teachers, Taylor Lomont and Mike Fratto, for their intelligence, passion, and inspiring words to me along the way. I’m married to a gorgeous and amazing woman (who is way too good for me), and I have four children. My family is everything to me.”

Mckay Maxey, Massage Therapist

McKay Maxey has been working at Advanced Spine and Health Center since February 2015.  She trained at Healing Mountain Massage School and has been licensed since January of 2014. McKay specializes in structural work and loves the enormous benefits of massage and Chiropractic coupled together.  Most of the patients she tends to at Advanced Spine and Health Center come seeking help with chronic headaches, or muscle pain; along with injury rehab and flexibility. She is also trained in many other modalities, including Crainial Sacral, Lymphatic therapy, Swedish, Prenatal, and Thai yoga. McKay and her husband, Myles, have a daughter, Lenayah. They live in Logan and hope to stay there for a long time. McKay looks forward to her continued work with Doctor Fullmer and participating in the wellness of others.

Cynthia Hoopes, Massage Therapist


Free consultation!

To schedule an appointment, call:

 (435) 752-5522

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1652 S Highway 165

Providence, UT 84332

(south of Maceys, between IHC and Edwards Furniture)

Office Hours

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

7:30am - noon & 2:30pm - 6:00pm



7:30 a.m. - noon


“The doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease.”

~Thomas Edison

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