Dr. Kyle Cardel, DC


Born and raised in Cheyenne, WY

Graduated Cheyenne East High School  1999. EMT certification in 2000. 2004 Graduated MSU-Billings with AAS Paramedic. Worked in Billings MT as Paramedic until 2008. Moved to Davenport, IA to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic. Continued to work as a Paramedic for MEDIC EMS while attending school. Graduated from Palmer College in 2014 with a BS and Doctorate of Chiropractic.

Moved back to Cheyenne in 2015

Worked at Kauffman Chiropractic from 2016 to 2019

Worked at Ohana Chiropractic 2019-2023

Hobbies: Taekwondo, Hunting, Fishing, Camping

Current VP of Hope Always Wyoming, suicide education and prevention group.

Chiropractic Techniques- Diverisfied, Drop, Flexion/ Distraction, Instrument.

All ages- pregnancy/ prenatal . Emphasis on stress management/ reduction. 

Kayla J. Madler, Doctor of Chiropractic

Kayla J. Madler, Doctor of Chiropractic

I grew up in Torrington, WY, graduating from Torrington High School in 1998 and went on to Casper College. I moved to Bloomington, MN where I received my Doctorate in Chiropractic in November 2004.

In 2006, I started practice in Plainview, MN with Dr. Jim Hiebert and later purchased his practice where I stayed until 2012. I moved back to Wyoming to be closer to family and practiced with Heather Kauffman, until July 2014. I joined Chiropractic Sports and Wellness where Dr. Paul and I have teamed up to offer our best care to each patient.

I am certified in the Webster technique for pregnant women and am also a Fellow in Acupuncture, which both have benefited my chiropractic practice. I use manual techniques primarily, utilizing several styles in order to accomodate my patients’ needs: drop, diversified, flexion/distraction, blocking and instrument adjusting. With a goal of reaching optimum function, we strive to provide care to our patients so they reach their individual needs.

Paul R. Cassista, Doctor of Chiropractic

Paul R. Cassista, Doctor of Chiropractic

I grew up in Cheyenne and graduated high school here in 1996. I graduated the University of Wyoming with a degree in Zoology in 2000 and then moved to Minnesota to pursue a chiropractic degree at Northwestern Health Sciences University, graduating with a doctorate in chiropractic in late 2003.

In 2005 I moved back to Cheyenne and started at France Chiropractic, which I bought after Dr. France retired in 2008. Today we run a clinic that is designed to get people better as fast as possible without drawn-out, expensive treatment plans.

We tailor treatment to individuals and adjust our adjusting style to fit each person specifically. I use manual techniques primarily but am well versed in a number of different adjusting styles to accommodate most patients’ needs including: drop, diversified, Gonstead, flexion/distraction, and instrument adjusting.
As we are committed to the each patient’s needs, we are always ready to refer out cases that are not chiropractic in nature. If you need care from another kind of practitioner i.e. medical, massage, PT, different Chiropractic technique, etc. we will get you to where you need to get better.