Dr. Trieu graduated with academic honors from Park College of Chiropractic in Dallas, Texas in 2005, and she also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Colorado at Boulder. She started her chiropractic career at Sheridan Park Chiropractic under the mentorship of Dr. Rebecca Brinkman. After working for five years as an associate, Dr. Trieu welcomed the opportunity to become the owner and president of Sheridan Park Chiropractic, while Dr. Brinkman began to gradually transition into retirement.

Dr. Trieu uses Applied Kinesiology, Diversified, and a low force drop table in her chiropractic treatment. She has pursued extensive post-graduate studies in a variety of new and well-established modalities including non-force Impulse Adjusting, Kinesiotaping, Decompression Therapy, Cold Laser and Functional Medicine, which allow her to utilize a variety of methods to help patients attain optimal health. Dr. Trieu is passionate about Chiropractic, health, and well-being. She enjoys working on babies, pregnant moms, athletes and people of all ages. She is committed to working together with patients to provide thorough, gentle, and effective chiropractic care to reduce pain, and restore balance and productivity to their lives.
Outside of the office, Dr. Trieu enjoys spending time with her two little girls.


  • Park College of Chiropractic, Dallas, Texas, 2005
  • University of Colorado at Boulder, B.S., Biology


  • Colorado Board of Chiropractic Examiners
  • National Board of Chiropractic Examiners


  • American Academy of Chiropractic Acupuncture

Memberships & Associations:

  • American Chiropractic Association, 2002 – present
  • Colorado Chiropractic Society, 2015 – present.  
  • Colorado Chiropractic Association 2005 – 2015
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Dr. Christy Montano, D.C. grew up just outside of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She went on to the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities where she obtained a Bachelor’s of Science in Animal Science with an emphasis in Pre-Veterinary studies. After being a chiropractic patient herself, Dr. Montano decided to pursue post-graduate studies in the chiropractic field.

Dr. Montano attended Parker University in Dallas, TX where she graduated Magna Cum Laude and earned her Doctorate of Chiropractic. Her main focus is family wellness, and she enjoys treating patients of all ages. Dr. Montano uses mainly Diversified technique as well as Thompson and Activator techniques. In addition, Dr. Montano uses Applied Kinesiology, Myofascial Release, Decompression Therapy, Cold Laser, and Kinesiotaping. She believes in tailoring care to each individual, and works to provide great patient care and thorough patient education. She uses gentle and effective techniques that help her patients feel their best and function optimally. Dr. Montano is also very passionate about animals and is a certified provider with the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association. She believes that the whole family can benefit from chiropractic care, even the four legged members!

Dr. Montano is now living in the Denver area with her husband and two dogs. She is excited to be a part of the active Colorado lifestyle, and is looking forward to spending time outdoors with her family.


  • Parker University, Doctorate of Chiropractic, 2018
  • University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, B.S. in Animal Science, 2012


  • Colorado Board of Chiropractic Examiners
  • National Board of Chiropractic Examiners


  • Certified in Animal Chiropractic by the Animal Chiropractic Certification Commission, the official certification body of the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association


  • Colorado Chiropractic Association, 2018-present
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Darcy Greenwald, L.Ac, is nationally certified in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, and is licensed to practice in the state of Colorado. She graduated with a Master’s degree from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2006. She is additionally certified in Traditional Chinese Herbal Sciences through the Rocky Mountain Herbal Institute (RMHI) in Montana, a two-year intensive herbal program from which she graduated in 2001.

Darcy spent the first half of her life in South Korea, China and Hong Kong. While in China she studied Tai Chi and Qi Gong, from which she derived her first experiences of “Qi,” or energy movement within the body. After obtaining her Master’s degree, she ran rural clinics for several years in northeastern Colorado and northwestern Nebraska.

Darcy has trained with several nationally-recognized acupuncturists, most notably with Richard Tan, “The Balance Method,” and Susan Johnson, “Tungʼs Points.” She has over ten years’ experience as a licensed TCM practitioner, including five years clinical experience in community acupuncture clinics treating hundreds of patients in a group setting. She has over sixteen years of experience as a practitioner of Chinese herbal medicine.

Darcy loves working with people of all ages, and is a passionate educator in the field of Traditional Chinese Medicine, nutrition and functional medicine. She has trained under Regan Archibald, L.Ac in functional medicine, in order to incorporate lab results and nutritional science into her practice. She currently specializes in all types of pain disorders, as well as digestive and auto-immune disorders, thyroid disorders, and hormonal imbalances, including menopausal syndrome.

In her free time, Darcy spends as much time outdoors in nature as she can. She bikes, hikes, and explores with her active 10-year-old.

Education: Master’s degree from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2006

Licensure: LAc, licensed to practice in the state of Colorado

Nationally certified in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
Certified in Traditional Chinese Herbal Sciences

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Valerie grew up in New Jersey and graduated from the Academy of Health Sciences in California in 1982, where she started her massage career. She moved to Colorado in 1988 and began working for Sheridan Park Chiropractic in 1989. Valerie is a valued member of our staff. She uses many different techniques including Ortho-Bionomy, Cranial Sacral, Deep tissue Swedish (a gentle deep tissue technique), Polarity Balancing, Reflexology, Energy Balancing, and Lymphatic Massage.

Valerie is always eager to learn new techniques and ideas. This motivation led her to obtain an Associate’s Degree in Occupational Studies in Massage Therapy in 2002. She continually attends seminars and classes to improve her skills and personal development.

Valerie has a great love for all kinds of animals and she loves to give her time to help them whenever she can. She has two wild/feral cats that live with her and they are her “babies.” In her free time, Valerie enjoys meditation, reading, Tai chi, and takes long walks. She is a Raiders fan, too!

Valerie has helped with March of Dimes and Marisol, a home for special children, working with “baby bonding” for pregnant teens, therapy for children with autism, cerebral palsy, and abused and battered children. Her sincere desire to help people and animals reflects the heart of our mission at Sheridan Park Chiropractic, which is to guide everyone to a healthier life.

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Charlene’s desire is to help people work toward living free from pain. This motivates her to treat patients meticulously and with compassion. She looks to the cause and effect of the pain and dysfunction to reduce the issues and restore better function, while listening to the patient’s body to find what lies underneath the pain. She uses myofascial release, trigger point work and joint mobilization predominantly, but is also well-versed in European or Swedish work and a manual therapy form of Traditional Chinese Medicine referred to as Amma. Any of these techniques can be done with deeper or lighter pressure, depending upon the needs of the patient.

Charlene moved to Colorado in the summer of 2015 after growing up in New York. Before becoming a massage therapist, she worked as a legal secretary for ten years but knew there was something different out there waiting for her. After a chiropractor encouraged her, Charlene enrolled in school and found her fulfillment as a massage therapist graduating from the New York College for Wholistic Health, Education and Research located in Syosset, New York, in August, 1999 with an Associates in Occupational Studies degree.

Charlene is passionate about creativity and hobbies which are based in art. She practices a spiritual lifestyle and believes in a wholistic approach to health. Charlene has experience with celiac disease and the gluten-free lifestyle. She is enthusiastic about helping others find happiness and health.

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Kristy Wulff, Office Manager

Kristy is native of Colorado. At an early age, she was introduced to chiropractic by her uncle, a Denver chiropractor. Later, she worked for her uncle and his son, who is also a chiropractor. Over the years, Kristy has learned a lot about chiropractic care and the benefits and getting regular spinal adjustments.

Kristy joined Sheridan Park Chiropractic as the office manager in 1992. She is the friendly face that handles patient relations, office administration, and all insurance and billing needs for the office. Kristy is a huge advocate of chiropractic and essential oils, and she loves to share their benefits with everyone she knows or comes in contact with. Kristy is great at multitasking and happy to help with whatever is needed. With her caring personality and passion for health and wellness, she’s always there to help any patient that comes in and of course, her Sheridan Park family.

In her free time, she enjoys gardening, biking and spending time with family and friends.

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