In 2006 Dr. Lona & Dr. Ashley started chiropractic school together, but went their separate ways when they graduated. Dr. Ashley stayed in MN to work while Dr. Lona opened Cook Chiropractic Center in Chippewa Falls and later opened a second office in Hudson (now Cook & Henriksen Chiropractic). Fast-forward to 2013 and Dr. Ashley began to work with Dr. Lona at her Chippewa Falls office. Now, the two are business partners and are excited to help spread chiropractic care to Cadott and its surrounding communities.
Meet the Team
Dr. Ashley Anderson
Dr. Ashley grew up in Cadott and did her undergraduate studies at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. She received her BS in Human Biology and Doctorate of Chiropractic from Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, MN in November, 2009.
Dr. Ashley is passionate about kids and families and is excited to be serving in her home town!
She lives in Cadott with her boyfriend Jon and their dog, Cache. In her spare time she enjoys traveling, being outdoors, spending time with Jon, their families and Cache. She also loves spending time at her family's cabin in Winter, WI.
Dr. Lona Cook
Dr. Lona grew up in Chippewa Falls and is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison as well as Northwestern Health Sciences University for her Doctorate of Chiropractic degree.
She has a strong passion to communicate the benefits of proactive care and help families take active roles in their own health goals.
Dr. Lona is also on the state association board and speaks nationally many weekends of the year spreading the message of better living through chiropractic care. Dr. Lona lives with her husband, Kyle and son, Jack in Chippewa Falls.
Robin Matott, Chiropractic Assistant
Robin grew up in Burnsville, MN and moved to Cadott in 1991. She has worked in the veterinary field for the past 21 years but is excited to start a new journey at our office.
When not working, Robin enjoys spending time with family and friends, and cats KC & Ruby. Robin has 2 sons, one in Chippewa Falls and one in Colorado.