Dr. Ryan Hewitt, Chiropractor
Hi! My name is Dr. Ryan Hewitt. I appreciate you taking the time to read up on our world-class wellness center! Some of the things I feel are the most important that you should know about me is first and foremost that I care tremendously about this community, and I spend every day somehow trying to make a positive impact. That is the honest truth. I am very passionate about helping people reclaim their health so they can live the lives that they were designed to live.
Fast forward 7 years, and never in my wildest dreams would I have thought that I would now be the owner and operating Dr. of Franson Family Chiropractic, now In8 Wellness Center! It is an amazing honor to now be able to serve the communities of the North Shore once again, as well as the Merrimack Valley.
Lastly, I should admit that I love taking care of families, children, and people of all walks of life, but I have a huge passion for taking care of athletes and teaching about prevention, performance, and recovery. I am especially passionate about taking care of Crossfit athletes as I have been crossfitting since 2007, and have been a former regional and Crossfit Games competitor. I have been taking care of crossfit athletes of all abilities including Games champions, and look forward to contributing to the growing sport of Crossfit for years to come.
Dr. Kevin Greene, Chiropractor
Lauren Scuteri, Massage Therapist & Chiropractic Assistant
Hello! My name is Lauren Scuteri and I grew up here on the North Shore in Wenham on a small horse farm. I love just about every sport under the sun, but my passion lies in horseback riding. From a very young age, I've had a special connection with animals and nature. I was very fortunate to grow up surrounded by the countryside and feed my passion for nature and be in touch with Spirit. Then in 2010 my whole world got turned upside down when my mother was in a horrific car accident. She broke her neck and after a series of surgeries, she woke up paralyzed. This was a dark time in my life. I had to nurse my mother back to health, we had to sell the horse farm and move to a small town house. I battled with the loss of my mom's health, the loss of our farm, the loss of my horse and ultimately the loss of my identity.
Eli Donnis, Chiropractic Assistant