Dr Scott Reidenbaugh and Tina Vesper
aka: T with Dr Scott
We met over 25 years ago when Dr Scott had his chiropractic office and Tina co-owned an automotive smog and repair shop. We had our own lives and businesses.
Life changes brought us together in 2013.
While doing some events, we realized that when working together on the same client, a muscle/tendon/ligament would release quicker. It was profound for the client as well. This epiphany evolved into the magic of Tandem Therapeutic Bodywork, 4 Hands 1 Body.
Scott is a walking encyclopedia. Tina is an intuitive healer.
We are Health “Care” Anarchists
We are not Anti-Medical
We are PRO: Touch the Client – Examine the Patient
We are PRO: Treat the PERSON, not the FILE !
What we’ve found is that many people are not getting resolution in a traditional insurance-based medical model.
It is our goal to help as many people as we can on their Journey to Wellness.
Dr Scott Reidenbaugh, DC has a diverse background in health and wellness.
Biology major, EMT Training/ER room, Lifeguard for the state of California – 5 years along the shores of North County San Diego, where he continues to save lives.
Dr Scott had chiropractic offices for over 20 years in Inland North County, San Diego. He has done trade shows nationwide, promoting an FDA approved Electro-Muscle Stimulation device, as well as a back-pain decompression device.
An expert in
Biomechanics – Anatomy – Accident Reconstruction
as well as a
Back Pain Specialist – a solid foundation for performing expert court testimony for personal injury and worker’s compensation cases for over 15 years.
As a Champion swimmer, water polo player, and surfer, water has always been his natural element.
In his best physical shape at age 24, a driver side-swiped Scott’s car
Relocating a telephone pole
Sending him partially through the windshield with his car seat strapped to his body
Bolts torn from the floorboard
Steering wheel crushing his chest and ribs
Guardian Angels were present
No one knows how he got out of that car or how he was found sitting outside of it
It had been his dream to complete his training for Air & Sea Rescue for the Coast Guard
The laws of physics changed his course of action
This story went largely untold for decades. Tina was a long time patient in his office since 1991 and did not hear his story until 2013.
Dr Scott’s comment: It’s not about me.
With Tina’s encouragement, it is now a regular part of the client therapeutic process because Dr Scott’s story lets people
Know that HE knows what it is like to do intensive rehab after trauma.
He saw 22 practitioners on his Journey.
A father of four, he has a nurturing, energetic spirit.
His desire is to educate clients and practitioners – to mentor those who want to learn
Old School Teachings that WORK !
Tina attended school for massage therapy at age 24, although she could be found massaging the shoulders of day camp counselors as early as 11 years old.
She walked the isle for a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in American Indian Studies. Her coursework included Research in Neurological Psych and Physiological Psych. She even performed rat brain surgery and the rat lived!
She has done Medical Assistant training in order to perform insurance paramedical exams, including phlebotomy and portable EKG.
She co-owned a smog and general repair shop for over 16 years in North County San Diego.
Fertility was her friend: 4 boys in 2 1/2 years (including twins) and the fifth son making 5 sons in 5 years. She is proud to be a Mom.
Some devastating life events include a 6 year divorce, losing a business and two homes. She was determined to thrive, not only survive. Stress and overwhelm tried to prevail but she was determined to remain positive, and to never stop learning and helping others.
She offers her knowledge and expertise with gratitude for her guides and healers, including Dr Scott, who kept her going during tough times.
She is a writer, a singer and a lover of nature and animals. She is proud of her choral background at CSULB under Frank Pooler, mentor to the Carpenters. 1983: Tour of Australia/New Zealand 60 concerts in 52 days, including the Sydney Opera House.
She has been called a gentle, passionate soul. She is Native American from Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe in Nevada.
Our clients come in all shapes and sizes, from all walks of life.
We see client cases that would never be seen in a spa setting.
Our mobile work allows people to get well in the comfort of their own homes. People let us get up close and personal because inherently they know that we know what it takes to navigate rehab and get well.
The majority of our client base is through word-of-mouth referrals.
We always welcome new clients.
Our long term goals are to expand our community online and to create Client/Practitioner Education and Conference/Retreats as we build our Holistic Health Center on Sacred Tribal land.
Maya crossed the Rainbow Bridge on 5-16-22
Maya was a tri-color piebald, 3 lb. Mini Wiener dog. She was 16 years old.
Hemp CBD had eliminated her seizures, which were so intense one day in 2017 that any Vet would have put her down.
For 12 hours, we slammed her with CBD oil, stretched her spine, and Dr Scott adjusted her neck.
She recovered over three days and was nearly seizure-free after. She used to be so finicky. After CBD she ate like a super-sized pit bull. Well, she would have, if we let her.
When Mama Tina was under-the-weather, or sad, Maya laid on her neck.
A Digital Era
Although we promote oral tradition and hands-on, therapeutic touch, our goal is to create an online community to reach more people in need.
Education Inspiration Collaboration
Creating a safe place where clients and practitioners can learn together.
Thinking outside the bod
Finding our Tandem work was a surprise for both of us. Dr Scott loved his solo work, although at times it was lonely.
Not many people do what we do. Tandem massage in a spa setting is usually about relaxation or couples massage. For us,the results of working on two ends of a muscle/tendon/ligament are profound.
Two practitioners are able to positively confuse a clients body into releasing. Sneaky, but effective.
Sometimes we must toot our own horn.
What we do works.
Our approach is Pro-Active.
If you wait for referrals or MRI’s to start the process of Rehab you miss the window of time to reduce swelling.
This results in prolonging the process of healing & recovery.
Best of both worlds
We balance our medical background with a natural approach.
Anatomy Physiology Neurology Biology Nutrition
We are about MOVEMENT
Blood in – Blood out – Lymphatic drainage
Impeccable Examination +
Assessment skills + Intuition = OTHA
Old School Teachings that WORK!