Meet the Team


If you have called my office, you have most likely talked to Taylor. Taylor runs the front office and handles everything from making appointments to billing insurance to ordering supplements for our patients and everything in between. In 2011, Taylor started working in my office at age 18, and is now a Chiropractic Assistant. In 2015, Taylor graduated from Grand Canyon University with a Bachelor's Degree in accounting. If she is not working, you most likely will find Taylor helping refugees from around the world to get settled here in Phoenix. In case you are wondering, Taylor is my oldest daughter. Taylor's mission is to try and make each of our patients’ day a little better when they call or come in.


In May 2015, Bethany became a Licensed Massage Therapist. In addition to the training she received at massage school, I have taught her the massage techniques that I have been perfecting throughout my career as a chiropractor. Besides being an excellent massage therapist, Bethany is also a certified Chiropractic Assistant. And when she is not tending to all of her back office duties, Bethany helps Taylor in the front office.


Benjamin started working in the office in 2015 because he thinks one day he might want to join his dad in the family business. We give Ben all the lowly jobs like taking out the trash, cleaning tables and filing. If Ben sticks around doing all the grunt work that makes an office go, then he will be sure its worth all the hard work it will take to become Dr. Kilcup.


In 2016 my daughter Elli joined our team. Elli is my 6th blessing from God. She is an avid reader, writer, thespian, backpacker, and she is one of my hunting partners, harvesting both turkey and javelina. We are training Elli to help in the front office and back up Taylor. If you're lucky enough to be here when Elli is working, you will be blessed!

As you can see this is truly a family business. Because we are a family business, we care deeply that the service we provide our patients is the very best. We aren’t just running an office, we are each representing our family. The relationships we have with our patients are generations old. Our patients are special people in our lives and treating them with a smile, going the extra mile, and serving them the way we would want to be treated is the standard of care we strive for each day.