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"Great things in business are never done by one person, they are done by a team of people."   

Steve Jobs

Thorassic Park Too

Who We Are

At Thorassic Park Too, we believe that going to the chiropractor should not be a painful experience, but a collaborative effort. We consider it a privilege and an honor to have the opportunity to treat each one of the people that we are fortunate to call our patients. Our team is dedicated to providing personalized care and attention to our patients.

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Our Park Staff:

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Lee Rangel, D.C. - Park Ranger

Dr. Lee Rangel was raised in Blue Island, Illinois along with his other 13 siblings. After knowing he wanted to become a chiropractor, he attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. Dr. Lee Rangel is a chiropractic physician who has been in private practice in Florida since 1977. After 17 years, the business aspects of practice caused him significant burn out, so he made a life changing decision…..Don’t stress about the practice, start enjoying your life in the practice. And so, he developed THORASSIC PARK, and was immediately sued by Universal Studios. Don’t stress, as he now owns the trademark and continues to have fun being the Park Ranger while continuing his passion of treating and educating his patients on how to live in a way that adds life to their years. In 2019 Dr. Rangel and his mentee, Dr. Lucas Wilson went into business partnership with the original Thorassic Park. In the same year, Dr. Rangel was involved in an accident resulting in multiple injuries and had to step away from the practice to heal and rehabilitate his injuries. Because of his inability to practice chiropractic as he once did, he sold the original Thorassic Park to Dr. Wilson in 2023. Dr. Rangel’s passion has always been chiropractic and to help people lead a healthier lifestyle, so though he was unable to treat patients in the capacity that he once did, he knew he still had to be involved in some aspect of chiropractic. In 2023, he was in contact with his first mentee, Dr. Jason Fielding and it turns out that Dr. Fielding was leaving his practice location at the time. It was then that Dr. Rangel and Dr. Fielding decided to go into partnership together and Thorassic Park Too came to be.

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Jason Fielding, D.C. - Park Ranger

As a native of Bradenton, Dr. Jason Fielding attended Southeast High School as well as the University of Florida, where he was Pre-Med with a major in Exercise Physiology. Dr. Fielding also attended the Florida School of Massage while in Gainesville, where he learned myofascial, neuromuscular, craniosacral, and sports injury rehabilitation techniques. After practicing massage therapy for ten years, Dr. Fielding studied Chiropractic Medicine at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Port Orange, Florida and graduated in September of 2008 as the Valedictorian of his class. With a passion for health and exercise, he continues to further his understanding of the mind, body, and spirit so he can offer help to patients in various ways. Outside of the office, Dr. Fielding enjoys weight training, hot yoga, traveling, and spending time with his daughter. Dr. Fielding understands that each patient has a unique reason as to why they are seeking treatment as well as a unique history and background story. Therefore, he individualizes his treatment to suit each person as well as avoids unnecessary and expensive treatment protocols. He utilizes a combination of traditional and instrument chiropractic adjustments, massage therapy/fascial manipulation, craniosacral, fascial movement taping, acupuncture, nutritional and dietary prescription, and therapeutic exercise, including relieving/stabilizing yoga postures. He is passionate about health and his career in helping others. He has treated thousands of patients of all ages, from just a few months old to nearly 100 years old, and from everyday people to professional athletes. He truly cares about his patients, and he exemplifies this by seeing only one patient in the office at a time and spending the entire treatment visit with each patient, giving them the individualized care, they need.

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Aja Longton, LMT-Rex

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Aja has been practicing massage therapy for over a decade. She began her career in New Jersey in 2012 and moved to Oakland California in 2014, where she pursued Neuromuscular Therapy at The National Holistic Institute. While in school, Aja worked as a teachers assistant, student tutor, and lead therapist at the student clinic. Upon her graduation, she began working at a very popular boutique spa, quickly developing a loyal following. She has worked at various sporting events, chiropractic offices, day spas, corporate offices; working with athletes, musicians, weekend warriors and cancer patients just to name a few. Aja moved to Florida during the pandemic and was able to build a small diverse clientele while awaiting Thorassic Park Too’s debut. Aja uses a therapeutic approach to her massage work; activating the parasympathetic nervous system to induce relaxation while using a variety of techniques including deep tissue, cupping, myofascial therapy and trigger point therapy. Aja customizes her massages to your specific needs, whether you have chronic pain, an injury to recover from or need wellness maintenance Aja can help you reach your goals.

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Lexi Doll - Patientologist

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Lexi was born and raised in Kalamazoo, Michigan and made the move down to Southwest Florida in July of 2019. Her family, consisting of her mom, dad, and younger sister, accompanied her on the move. Lexi grew up playing many sports, but as she grew older she put her main focus into swimming. She was a varsity swimmer all four years of high school and then decided to hang the goggles up after her senior year. After moving to Florida, Lexi spent her first two years with her family in Bradenton while attending the State College of Florida, and in 2021 she earned her Associates Degree. Lexi then transferred to Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, and in 2023 she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Health Sciences. Lexi’s main interests are sports sciences and anything related to athletic training and physical health. Now that Lexi has moved back to Bradenton she enjoys spending time with her family as often as possible, but when she isn’t with her family she is most likely spending time with who she considers her best friend, her dog. Nyla is Lexi’s two year old German Shepherd that she got when she was still living in Fort Myers finishing out college. Lexi and Nyla seem to share a lot of similar personality traits which is probably why they get along so well. They are both very loyal, dedicated, and hard-headed.

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