Dr. Craig Scharf
Dr. Craig Scharf is a magna cum laude graduate of Life University College of Chiropractic. During his academic career, Dr. Scharf was club certified and nationally certified in Chiropractic Biophysics as well as serving on the CBP club board as Sergeant of Arms. After chiropractic school, Dr. Scharf became board certified in Arizona and opened a Chiropractic USA office, now known as LifeQuest Physical Medicine and Rehab, in the city of Chandler, but serves patients who live throughout most of the east valley.
Prior to chiropractic school, Dr. Scharf graduated with honors from Emory University where he obtained a degree in business with concentrations in both marketing and human resource management.
When not helping families achieve optimal health, Dr. Scharf spends his time with his wife Stacy, son Quincy and their two dogs, Koa and Bear.
Dr. Paul Battaglia
Born and raised on the East Coast, he has relocated to the Great State of Arizona to serve the community in the East Valley. Dr. Battaglia is happily married to his true love Dawn, and the proud father of four children (Paul, Noel, Joseph, and Abigail).
Dr. Battaglia is a seasoned Doctor with extensive training and experience with Corrective Chiropractic Care. His purpose is to help as many people as possible achieve their highest potential for health and life.
Dr. Chris Kelsch D.C.
Chris is from Bismarck, North Dakota and attended North Dakota State University for his undergraduate studies. He then attained his Bachelor’s degree in Human Biology and a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Northwestern Health Sciences University in Minneapolis MN. He owned and ran a chiropractic practice in Fargo, North Dakota for 7 years prior to moving to Phoenix.
Casey was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. She received a Bachelors’s degree in Biology at Arizona State University and attended Midwestern University to complete her Physician Assistant education. She has worked in physical medicine since 2015 and believes in providing alternative, safe, and effective treatments for musculoskeletal pain that address the underlying condition causing the pain rather than treating the symptoms. Her favorite aspect of working in physical medicine is witnessing patients getting their lives back. There is nothing more rewarding than helping others and she feels blessed to be part of a patient’s healing process.
When she isn’t working, Casey enjoys date nights with her husband, playing dress-up with her two daughters, attending Catholic mass on Sundays, a good cup of coffee, spending time with her family and friends, country music, and Sun Devil football.
Ryan Brower was born in Utah and raised in a small eastern Arizona town called St. Johns. He received his Bachelor of Science in Business Information Systems in 2000 and worked in the IT field for about 10 years. While working at Mayo Clinic Scottsdale, he decided to pursue graduate work in medicine. He and his family moved across the country to attend Nova Southeastern University in Naples, FL. In May 2008, Ryan was also able to attain a clinical rotation at the Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Medicine in Arizona with emphasis in Acute Care.
Returning to Arizona in 2008, Ryan has provided patient care in family medicine, in urgent care medicine, and in correctional medicine. Ryan joined LifeQuest in July 2020 as one of our physician assistants(PA). He believes healthcare is a team effort between the patient and the physician. He enjoys the patient interview and helping people understand how they can help themselves improve their healing process. Ryan and his wife, Eileen, are the parents of four children. They are also the proud grandparents of two little granddaughters. In his off-time, Ryan enjoys traveling to visit family, swimming, and family history work. He is a sixth-generation Arizona resident.