Dr. Annie Armstrong

I founded Head 2 Toe in 2005, with the desire to provide everyone with the same therapy that top athletes use around the world!

- Dr. Annie Armstrong


Our goals

Feel Great Again

The goal of Head 2 Toe is simple: to get you feeling great again and moving like you were meant to.

Think about when you were younger, think about how children move...effortlessly, with boundless energy and grace.

Yet as we age, our bodies experience stress, trauma and things begin to breakdown.

Like a car we need to tune up, maintain and regularly get treatments to keep our bodies functioning properly.

At Head 2 Toe we specialize in getting your body moving properly again.

Provide you with a unique Experience

Walking into Head 2 Toe, you will notice that things are different than your usual clinic. 

The reception staff is warm, friendly, and personable and their number one goal is to help you.

You will not be kept waiting long. Your exam and treatment time will be unique to your needs and designed for your specific injury.

We love to listen to what you have to say about your body which is why during your exam, treatment, or rehabilitation, we are never looking to rush you out the door.

Our staff will take a look at how you are currently moving and then teach you how to move better.

Set You Up For Long-Term Success

The greatest part of the experience is knowing you are getting the exact right treatment, not too much, not too little, but just what you need to feel great again.

Imagine looking back to see how far you have come from stepping into the clinic, to walking out as of Head 2 Toe with a skip in your step.

Unlike clinics that attempt to push months of treatment, we can typically provide immediate relief in a handful of visits and equip you with the self-care solutions to maintain your health long-term.

We will get you fixed up and help you figure out how to prevent the problem from coming back. 

Meet Our Staff

Dr. Annie ArmstrongDr. Annie Armstrong | DC, CCSP

Dr. Angelina (Annie) Armstrong, Doctor of Chiropractic and Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician, founded Head 2 Toe Spine and Sports Therapy in 2005 with the goal of delivering leading-edge manual sports therapy to all patients, whether they are victims of an automobile accident, work injury, sports injury or suffering from headaches or back pain. The combination of both Active Release Technique, rehabilitation, and Chiropractic care provide a perfect union to treat most musculoskeletal injuries.

Dr. Annie is one of the few Masters Level Certified Active Release Providers in Washington State. She currently holds Active Release certifications in Active Palpation, Spine, Upper Extremity, Lower Extremity and Long Tract Nerve Entrapments and is a Certified Ironman provider. Active Release Technique was developed for world-class athletes, for the treatment of acute and chronic soft tissue injuries. As a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician, she has been working with Crossfit athletes, Ironman triathletes, runners, cyclists, multisport athletes, and junior athletes since 2005. In order to prescribe corrective exercises from a movement perspective model, she is also a Selective Functional Movement Assessment provider.

Dr. Annie graduated Cum Laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic West with a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree in 2005. She is an active member of the American Chiropractic Association Sports Council. Dr. Armstrong currently resides in Mill Creek, Washington with her husband and two young boys. In her spare time, she can be found triathlon training and spending time with her family. She particularly enjoys being outdoors in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.

Jennifer RighiDr. Jennifer Righi | DC, CCSP

Dr. Righi is a California native who calls the Pacific Northwest her home; she has lived here since 1999 with her husband and 3 boys. Dr. Righi received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree (DC) from Cleveland Chiropractic College in Los Angeles in 1996, graduating Magna Cum Laude. She pursued coursework to become a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP) the following year. Her assessment method is primarily motion palpation and movement pattern evaluation using the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA). Her adjusting techniques are mainly Diversified and Motion Palpation and can include drop tabl, instrument assisted manipulation and various soft tissue techniques including Blades by RockTape and Active Release Technique (ART).

Her treatment methods focus on identifying the main factors leading her patient's current issue and working to resolve it by improving mobility, creating stability and providing pathways to create a more robust individual. Put another way, Dr. Righi helps her patients move better so they feel better

After stepping back into practice after taking a 15-year leave from chiropractic to raise her 3 boys, Dr. Righi works in partnership with her patients; working hard to clearly communicate the elements that she sees contributing to their current pain or discomfort. Her goal is to provide treatments that reduce symptoms and restore and enhance the patient's functional movement. She develops treatment plans that include a balance of both active and passive care and measurable treatment outcomes.

With her available free time, Dr. Righi enjoys a hike on a forested trail, a ride on her road bike, a family night of board games or sitting down with a good book.

Dr. Righi looks forward to meeting you and helping you to be your best physical self.

Bruce HarrisDr. Bruce Harris
After receiving my degree as a Doctor of Chiropractic from Western States Chiropractic College in Portland Oregon, I pursued numerous post-graduate studies in sports injuries and performance enhancement. I have had three practices in the USA and in 2009, I had the opportunity to work in Jeddah Saudi Arabia for the International Medical Center, the largest private hospital in the Middle East. I was the director of the chiropractic clinic and worked under the surgery department. I provided and coordinate the care of patients

with physicians from pain management as well as the orthopedic, neurology, family medicine and dental department.

In my 30 years of practice, I have worked with many different doctors and specialists and have gained valuable experience in the application of chiropractic. I have worked with high profile athletes, sports team, dancers, and performers. One of the things these people have in common is that they need to get back on the field or the stage with their pain handled so they can perform. They want fast, permanent results. I treat all my patients with the same intention; I want to get to the source of their pain and help them get over it as fast as reasonably possible.

Dr. Lee Schuster | DC ATC

A native of Buffalo, New York, Dr. Lee relocated to the Pacific Northwest after graduating from New York Chiropractic College in early 2017. With the belief that the human body is capable of healing itself when provided the correct foundations and appropriate environment, Dr. Lee provides a holistic approach to help attain patient specific goals. For a typical treatment, one should expect a multi-dimensional approach involving movement analysis, patient-specific manual therapy, diversified adjusting techniques and therapeutic exercise.

Working as an Athletic Trainer with various sports teams since 2014. Dr. Lee is currently positioned as the Head Athletic Trainer for the Seattle Seawolves (2018 Major League Rugby Champions) as well as for the Seattle Saracens Men’s Club Rugby Team playing in the British Columbia Rugby Union.

Dr. Lee believes it is his duty to provide and uphold the avenue for athletes and patients to attain their utmost level of health and performance. As part of his professional development and in order to provide the best care for his patients, Dr. Lee has attained certification in several techniques including Functional Range Conditioning (FRC), RockTape, Applied Kinesiology and Amino Neuro Frequency Therapy.

When away from the office Dr. Lee attempts to spend as much time outdoors as possible whether it be hiking, camping, fishing, slacklining or simply enjoying the sunshine.

Brian SahalovBrian Sahalov | MS, LAT, ATC

Born and raised in Olympia, Brian went to school at the University of Washington where he aspired to be an athletic trainer while studying sociology. He attended Boise State University to complete his athletic training education and then worked and studied as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Central Washington University to receive his Masters in Exercise Science.

Brian has been a licensed and certified athletic trainer since 2009 and has experience working with a variety of patients, assessing and treating the needs of individuals from pediatrics to collegiate student-athletes and professional athletes. He recently was at the University of Washington and prior to that was working for Seattle Children’s Hospital. He follows the evidence-based approach and firmly believes in the benefit of therapeutic exercise and manual therapy in treating patients. Enjoying the success in a symbiotic relationship for patient care, he savors in the triumph of his patient’s return to activity.

Brian finally returned to Seattle for the food, people, and scenery. He enjoys cycling year-round but especially when he’s powered by the Northwest sun.

Said Yaaqoubi | LMT

Said Yaaqoubi is a professional massage therapist since 1998. He was trained as massage therapist in Europe. His original certification consisted of 3,230 hours of in-class, instructor-supervised course work at a state-approved massage school. He completed over 180 hours specializing in techniques and sequences of MLD (Vodder technique) for the treatment of cancer patients. A six-month internship at the University clinic of Grosshadern in Munich completed his original education.


Since then Said has worked with medical doctors, chiropractors and physical therapist providing orthopedic massage therapy. He is a preferred provider of the Orthopedic Massage and Pain Management program, specializing in the treatment of chronic pain conditions and sports injuries. His work involves thorough functional assessment, myofascial release, structural integration, neuromuscular therapy, positional release, neuromuscular re-education, scar tissue mobilization techniques, joint capsule work, myoskeletal alignment techniques, active isolated and proprioceptive muscular facilitation stretching and strength training.In addition, Said has worked with cancer patients utilizing MLD and bandaging techniques on patients with difficult-to-treat extremities and head and neck lymphedemas.


Most recently, Said has continued his education in the European School of Physiotherapy in University of Amsterdam Netherlands. He is a professional member of the American Massage Therapy Association.

Sissell Brunette | Office ManagerSissell Brunette | Office Manager

Sissel graduated from Western Washington University with a degree in Recreation Therapy and Psychology. After years of working for small companies in various roles, she started her family and relocated back to Edmonds, where she ran a boot camp for moms over six years. She loves anything to do with fitness and wellness.

A long-time patient of Head 2 Toe, Sissel experienced first hand the holistic approach to healing and movement.

When she is not at the reception desk, you can find her at the local little league ball fields cheering on her son and his friends. The rest of her free time is sent with her family outdoors, walking her dog, volunteering, or with a good book in her hand.

Megan Howes | Reception

Megan grew up in Snohomish and went to Everett Community College.   Once she was finished with college her long history with customer service began. Starting in the medical field, she worked closely with nurses to ensure they had everything they needed to help treat their patients.  After a brief two year adventure in Eastern Washington Megan returned to the Seattle area where she found Head 2 Toe, which has been a great fit for her experience with helping people find the help they need.  When she's not in the office, Megan is usually with her husband enjoying a new brewery or restaurant or at the dog park with her three dogs.