Dr. Randy and Tricia Roman

Meet the owners of Roman Family Chiropractic, Dr. Randy and Tricia Roman. “We are here to touch lives & change spirits and surpass expectations by delivering a WOW factor & helping people release what is great within.”

 

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Q: What inspired you or led you to your current career?

A: Tricia- We wanted to make a difference in the community & do something different. Most chiropractic offices you go in, you get adjusted and then leave. We wanted to be very thorough and do evaluations and get to the issue of what people are coming in for. What symptoms do they have? How can we make a difference to get them to lead a more active and healthier lifestyle and stay healthy so they can still hike until they’re 80-90 years old and feel great and have energy? We just wanted to be that change and be the 5-star of chiropractic health.

Randy- It’s really about surpassing expectations a lot of repositioning. We have some cultural characteristics and one of them is to deliver WOW to people. We want people to leave here feeling empowered and hopeful. It’s not a normal hope, it’s not up to me, it’s releasing what is great within YOU. So that is a different repositioning too, it is already inside of you, but I’m just releasing it. The culture in our office is also big, we have a really great team of 13 people right now and Dr. Gunyan recently joined us and is bringing a whole new dynamic to our practice. When it comes to chiropractic, many people just focus on the physical realm. It is the most apparent, but it’s not always the underlying cause, so the physical is definitely important but there is another component to us which is the emotional component (our thoughts and what we tell ourselves). I always tell people, “Your life becomes the story you tell yourself.” And in doing so people realize the better one feels the better choices one makes. Everything here is intentional to create an atmosphere that is giving freedom in discipline.  We now offer an even more specific tailoring to our clients with Dr. Gunyan here because he has brought in a new dimension through testing. We are doing bloodwork, nutritional testing, hormonal testing, urinalysis, which adds to the comprehensive dynamic, because we’ve always been big on the trauma (physical) and emotional (thoughts & feelings) but now we’ve added in the toxins which gives such specificity and allows us to dial in for each individual which is unlike anything else and I think really sets us apart in the marketplace.

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Q: What is your favorite restaurant in The Grand Valley, and what do you love there?

A: Tricia- 626 on Rood, Flat Iron Steak Salad

Randy- Café Sol, Peachy Keen Salad

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Q: How long have you lived or worked in The Grand Valley?

A: We’ve lived here since 1999

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Q: If you could travel anywhere in the world right now, where would it be?  And why?

A: Tricia- Italy

Randy- Israel

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Q: What is your favorite movie OR what is the first movie you remember seeing in a theatre?

A: Tricia- Grease was the first movie I saw in a movie theatre

Randy- Jaws was the first movie I saw in a theatre

The first movie we saw together as a couple was Days of Thunder

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Q: What advice would you give a crowd of people?

A: Randy- This is the most important thing… One day you will die and you will see Jesus face to face. Do you know him?

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Q: What is your favorite music / 3 bands you would like to see (dead or alive)?

A: Tricia- Bruno Mars

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Q: What current / former local business makes you the most nostalgic about The Grand Valley?

A: Tricia- Dolce Vita

Randy- Sundrop Grocery

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Q: Choosing any non-relative: with whom would you love to have lunch?  Why?  Where in The Grand Valley would you have lunch?

A: Tricia- Tony Robbins, I would take him to 626 on Rood

Randy- Jesus, I would take him to Café Sol

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Q: What is your favorite thing or something unique about The Grand Valley?

A: Tricia- I love the mountains nearby, hiking and the Monument

Randy- I love the accessibility – you can go to dinner and then go mountain biking in the same 3-hour period. The access to wilderness is incredible, you can hang out with people or you can be up on the Mesa in 40 minutes and not be around anyone. I like feeling like an explorer, like I’m the first one here.

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Q: Where do you see yourself in 5 or 10 years?

A: Tricia- In 5 years I see us slowing down a bit, not working as much, being outdoors more & relaxing more.

Randy- In 5 years we’ll have all of the kids out of the house so I see us probably downsizing and having a cabin on the Mesa and a condo on the beach somewhere. We’ll have a little more flexibility so it would be nice to do winter there and summer here. Our office will still be up and running and having a larger team but just working on a different schedule.

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Q:  What is something interesting that most people don’t know about you?

A: Tricia- A lot of people don’t know that I went to culinary school in Atlanta. I also used to be a massage therapist and trained with the Miami Dolphins training camp down in Florida and I was also on an episode of 21 Jump Street

Randy- I was the 1st person in my family to graduate high school

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Q:  What 3 words or phrases come to mind when you think of the word HOME?

A: Tricia- home sweet home

Randy- peace, memories, joy

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Q:  Who would you like to see nominated for this project, The Faces of The Grand Valley?

A: Tricia- Katie Lewis

Randy- Bill & Angela Christensen

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Q:  If you were cast into a major motion picture and had your choice of anyone to be your co-star, who would you choose?

A: Tricia- Sylvester Stallone

Randy- Superman

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Q:  If you had a full-time staff member that was fully paid for, who would you choose & why?

Chef, Housekeeper, Driver, Coach, Physical Fitness Trainer or Nanny?

A: Tricia- Housekeeper

Randy- Chef

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