top of page


In October of 2006, with the help of her husband Joe, Dr. Lisa Goodman opened the doors of Washington Park Chiropractic in a small duplex in the Washington Park neighborhood of Denver, CO. Her vision was to serve the community using proven chiropractic techniques and a common sense approach while offering thorough and affordable care. Wash Park Chiro was one of the first dedicated sports chiropractic offices in Denver and one of the first to use the Graston Technique and RockTape. Identifying a strong need in the community, Dr. Goodman then earned a board certification in pediatrics and prenatal chiropractic care. Highly motivated by continuing education, Dr. Goodman has presented webinars and panels to her colleagues. She also attends multiple specialized symposia throughout the year. Dr. Goodman regularly writes articles in chiropractic trade publications as well as local magazines and her own blog/social media. Areas of special interest include ankle and foot injuries, wrist pain, aggressive non-surgical treatment for disc herniations and school-aged athletes.


Dr. Goodman and her family live in West Washington Park in a house built in 1895! Her kids attend Grant Beacon Middle School and South High School, and her dog Ozzie is frequent visitor to Wash Park. The boys are avidly involved in sports and play football, soccer and baseball. Dr. Goodman’s husband Joe often brings Ozzie to work at Proctor Productions (


Dr. Goodman practices what she preaches! As a CrossFit Level 1 Coach and CrossFit Kids Coach she is currently on staff at Axistance Platt Park leading their Kids’ class. Dr. G participates in several CrossFit competitions each year. She is also the captain of the Wash Park Chiro soccer team and can get pretty competitive on the golf course.


As a clinician, teacher, and entrepreneur, Dr. Goodman has always hired chiropractic interns and loves to support and mentor new graduates. She is very active with Palmer College of Chiropractic, her alma mater.


In 2007, Dr. Goodman lost her father, Tom Kingsbury to Pancreatic Cancer. In 2015 Dr. Goodman, Joe, and their family founded the Kingsbury Open Golf Tournament in his honor. It is held the 2nd Thursday of June every year at the Golf Club at Bear Dance.

All proceeds from the golf tournament benefit Wings of Hope for Pancreatic Cancer

Please visit our dedicated Kingsbury Open Site to learn more.  


bottom of page