Meet the Team

Dr. Jeremy Maass

Owner, Clinic Director

I am originally from Okarche, Oklahoma, born and raised there until I went off to college at Oklahoma State University to become an Athletic Trainer (with that said however, I was born and bred a Sooner and nothing will ever change that). I wanted to go become an athletic trainer after suffering a couple knee injuries of my own. I have torn my ACL 3 times now, all of which were non-contact injuries, meaning I didn’t get hit, they just ruptured while running and cutting. This means that I most likely had some pretty substantial imbalances that predisposed me to these injuries that, if they would have been treated appropriately, maybe I would not have ever gotten injured at all. That became my goal. To find and fix problems before they are problems. Fast forward into my athletic training career and I soon realized that there were certain things that I wasn’t allowed to do as an athletic trainer, and a whole lot more that I had to learn about the human body, so I enrolled in chiropractic college in Kansas City. I quickly became fascinated by a new world that I was learning about, one that revolved around the brain and nervous system. All of a sudden everything started to make so much sense. All of the difficult cases that don’t typically respond to treatment are most likely due to the fact that nobody ever looked deep enough! If you chase any problem back far enough, you will eventually work yourself back to the brain. Therefore, if you are not analyzing brain function, you’re simply not doing thorough job. With that said, if I am going to truly take care of you, we have to look at everything. Your body is not a bunch of different pieces that function individually. Your body consists of several, beautifully interconnected, systems that rely on one another to function as a unit. In order to get one part of you healthy, we have to look at the whole. If you decide to trust me enough to entrust me with your health, then I promise you I will do just that. Credentials: Doctor of Chiropractic, DC Certified Athletic Trainer, ATC Fellow of the Acupuncture Society of America, FASA Certified Postural Neurologist Pursuing a Diplomate in Functional Neurology

Venicia Maass RN, BSN

Clinic Manager

She’s a nurse, she’s awesome, and she’s my wife. Enough said.

Jared Wright, LMT

Licensed Massage Therapist

I grew up in Northeast Oklahoma where I graduated from Adair High School. I became interested in the different muscles groups and how they function while being part of the powerlifting program. I held onto that interest and turned it into a passion for helping others with their soft tissue problems. Later, I attended Brookline College where I received my degree in Massage Therapy. After graduation, I quickly became a professional member of the AMTA (American Massage Therapy Association)and received my license from the State of Oklahoma Massage Therapy Board.

I am proficient in many modalities of soft tissue manipulation. These include deep tissue, Pin and Stretch, Swedish massage, TPT (Trigger Point Therapy), Myofascial Release Therapy, Lymphatic Drainage, Cryotherapy, Cupping, and Therapeutic Massage. I am also trained to work with all age groups that range from prenatal and infant to adult and geriatric patients.

I am fully dedicated to helping you overcome any soft tissue problems that you encounter, so that you can be free to live your best life possible.

Paul Galeweski

Rehab Director

I grew up in a small town in West Tennessee called Dyersburg. Growing up, I loved playing sports. At a young age I started swimming competitively. I also played soccer, ran track and cross country and played football. At the age of 12 I began cycling and I fell in love with it. I was fortunate enough to ride my bike across the state of Tennessee at the age of 13, a 5 day 500 mile ride that would solidify my passion. I continued to ride and got into racing and eventually went to an Olympic training camp in LaCross Wisconsin where I decided that I wanted to pursue cycling even further. While playing soccer in my junior year, I tore my ACL in my right knee. After a six month recovery I continued to volunteer at a physical therapy clinic. After graduation, I attended King University in Bristol Tennessee where I studied biology and athletic training. I was a cyclist for King and raced all over the South East. While racing, I was involved in a few crashes that resulted in two concussions and a broken hand. I eventually would transfer to study exercise science and sport performance at the University of Tennessee. During my senior year of college I had the privilege of completing my internship with a chiropractor.
After working as a personal trainer, I began at Motus Chiropractic May 9, 2018.

I am privileged to work with intelligent team members who prioritize health and are passionate about our patients wellbeing. I handle all of the rehabilitative exercises in our office. At Motus, I specialize in motor control and development, mobility and stability, functional movements and sports performance!

Some of my hobbies are cycling, playing disk golf, and hiking.

Amy Dean

Office Manager

I was born in Kansas City, MO and loved growing up there. After I got married, I moved to Albuquerque, NM where I started working for a chiropractor. Before that, I had never been to a chiropractor or knew much about what they did. Since then, I have worked for 3 different chiropractors doing various jobs but the one I really enjoyed was being a receptionist. Each employer was a little different as to how they approached treatment in their office and I saw what worked, and what did not. I truly believe that with the combination of adjustments, massage, and rehab exercises, is when people begin to heal. I have always had a passion for working with and helping people so when I met everyone who worked at Motus, I knew that they shared that same passion.

When I’m not working, I enjoy watching movies, doing puzzles, going to amusement parks, and taking rides with my husband on our motorcycle.

Structure Dictates Function

We are bridging the gap between structure and function in regards to your health. What that means is that we focus first and foremost on the physical structure of your body. That is step one. The foundation. From then on, we can look deeper into fine-tuning the function of your body, but that must be our starting point.

When we talk about the structure, we are talking more specifically about the muscles and joints of your body. When they are lined up and moving well, your body and brain both function better. Here at Motus Chiropractic, we strive to be excellent at finding and fixing movement problems; thereby correcting the structure of your body. Motus is a Latin word that simply means motion. That name was chosen as the name of our clinic because science has recently shown how truly vital healthy bodily motion is for your brain as well as your overall health. When the structure of your body is sound and solid, then you begin to function better and heal appropriately. Structure dictates function from a neurological perspective; therefore, we fully address both when treating you.

You’ll notice that we use a lot of techniques here, however all of them have one primary goal in mind. That is to improve brain function which we know will lead to a higher quality of life for you; regardless of what you are facing. The most efficient way that we are able to impact brain health is through correcting joint motion in your body. Thinking back to the concept that structure dictates function, the muscles and joints in your body provide communication signals to your brain, and your brain is then able to react and adapt as needed. With that in mind, the exact opposite is also fine-tuning. When joints and tissues stop to move the way they are designed to, then your brain gets fewer signals and it is left in the dark, so to speak. That’s why our treatments will always start with correcting structure and movement problems first. That’s step one. From there, there are a million pathways we can go down if needed, but correcting the way your muscles and joints move during your daily life is our first priority.

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You will be on your way to better health. We always start with correcting structure and movement problems first. From there, there are a million pathways we can go down if needed, but correcting the way your muscles and joints move during your daily life is our first priority.

"I was a hard sell to chiropractic, so it took me a while to understand how much it could do for me. Dr. Maass is very knowledgeable about the human body and really seems to care about helping me. He was very thorough in finding out exactly where my pain was located and he explained to me exactly how he could help me. When he adjusted me I felt almost immediate relief and it got even better the next couple of days. I keep going back and getting adjusted now because I've finally experienced a better quality of life! Thank you Dr. Maass!"

-Greg M.

"I was dealing with sharp shooting pain in my lower back down into my left leg and into my toes that would make it very difficult to sit for very long. I now have zero symptoms of any kind. All of my concerns were addressed. Dr. Maass is the best chiropractor I've ever seen and the only chiropractor to help me see results. I am now living pain free!"

-Cassandra R.

"Dr. Maass was a great doctor to work with. He shows care and passion when working with patients and does his best to make sure you are comfortable. I would recommend him to anyone looking for a chiropractor who will take the time to listen."

-Cole S.

Monday:         10am-1pm & 3pm-6pm
Tuesday:         10am-1pm & 3pm-6pm
Wednesday:  10am-1pm 
Thursday:      10am-1pm & 3pm-6pm
Friday:            9am-11am
Saturday:       By appointment only
Sunday:          Closed