Meet Our Staff
Dr. Chad Krier and Dr. Rebecca Kirby invite you to experience the blend of health diagnostic options and solutions offered by Vis Clinic.
Chad Krier, N.D., D.C.Current Position: Medical Director of Vis Clinic
Dr. Krier is a board certified Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine, Doctor of Chiropractic and a Kansas native (Great Bend). Dr. Krier is a graduate of Bastyr University School of Naturopathic Medicine in Seattle, Washington (known as the Harvard of Naturopathic Medical Schools) and a graduate of Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, Texas. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Anatomy.
Dr. Krier has worked with various disciplines (M.D., N.D., D.C., P.T., Acupuncturists, and Homeopaths) in the healthcare field and is happy to offer the Vis Clinic family a variety of healing modalities including: Orthomolecular/Nutritional Medicine, Botanical Medicine, Chiropractic/Naturopathic Manipulative Therapy, Physical Medicine, Decompression Spinal Therapy, Natural Sinus Therapy, Auricular Pain Management, and Hydrotherapy.
Dr. Krier has a long history of treating both Kansans and patients from all over the U.S. Dr. Krier is the past Associate Medical Director of The Olive W. Garvey Center for Healing Arts (The Bright Spot for Health) now called The Riordan Clinic.
When not working with patients at Vis Clinic, Dr. Krier enjoys coaching girl’s soccer year round, as well as outdoor exercise, biking and church activities. His greatest joy in life comes from spending time with his wife and four daughters.
Rebecca Kirby, M.D., M.S., R.D.Current Position: Medical Director of Vis Clinic
Dr. Rebecca Kirby is a board-certified family physician and registered dietitian with a master’s degree in biochemistry.
Dr. Kirby, a Texas native, has been in Wichita almost 8 years and enjoying it (especially the weather)!
Dr Kirby has had a career in nutrition and biochemical research, education, and nutritional medicine over a span of 40 years.
Her interest in nutrition and whole foods originated in Hereford, Texas, during the founding of Arrowhead Mills and carried through into her schooling at the University of Texas, Texas A&M, and medical school at Texas Tech.
Dr. Kirby enjoyed the opportunity to learn about biochemical individuality and the nutritional teamwork approach to health and disease from working under Dr. Roger J. Williams, who discovered vitamin B5, pantothenic acid.
This understanding of each individual’s nutrient requirements is at the heart of nutritional medicine as practiced at the Vis Clinic. Dr. Kirby has enjoyed working with individuals on their journey to better health and is excited about continuing this work through the holistic approach at the Vis Clinic.
Dr. Kirby is a big college sports fan, and with her husband, attends all the home games of the Shocker Women’s basketball team. She also gardens and watches the skies for rain.
Marsha McCray, RN
Marsha has been a licensed nurse since 1973, and is certified in auriculotherapy, (pain management by treating points on the ear). Marsha's background includes IV nutrient therapy, auricular pain management, and hospital nursing.
“I enjoy helping people learn how to improve their health.”
Michelle Swift, R.N., B.S.N., L.E.
Michelle has nine years in nursing, including four years cardiac nursing, three years in a post-anesthesia care unit, and two years in holistic medicine. Michelle is also trained as a Lifestyle Educator. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Baker University.
Jan Revard, B.S.
Jan has a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and spent seven years in research, five of them in Cancer research at an integrative medical facility. The past 6 years have been spent in patient and public relations in a holistic medical environment.
“I love the personal contact with our patients.”
Angela has been married to Dr. Chad Krier for 16 wonderful years and they have four beautiful girls. She enjoys spending time with family and friends. Angela has been employed by USD261, Haysville School District for the past four years, and looks forward to working with the patients at the Vis Clinic.