Dr. Colby and Corrine Inzer are Pressing Matters. The name Pressing Matters was thought of in massage school as a great noninvasive technique for pain management. After finishing massage certification, Dr. Colby and Corrine saw that they needed more. Dr. Colby received his doctorate in naturopathy in 2012 and has continually sought to increase his knowledge and abilities in the field of Natural Medicine through whole body nutrition. Corrine is currently pursuing a degree in Monastic Medicine as well and both are sanctified healers (Knight and Dame) ordained through the Sacred Medical Order of the Church of Hope.
We are an integrative clinic that combines the aspects of massage therapy and Naturopathy. We work with the muscles, tendons and ligaments, and fascia of the body, to help relieve discomfort and pain. Combining nutritional supplementation and bodywork we are able to help the body from the inside out.
Sir, Reverend, Dr. Colby Inzer is a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine, an ordained deacon and knight through SMOKH (the Sacred Medical Order of the Knights (Church) of Hope), is a Naturopathic Diplomate, holds a state license of Massage Therapy, and a Naprapathic Diplomate. He also does consultations for live and dried blood appraisal. Dr. Colby is the Past President of the Idaho Association of Naturopathic Physicians (IANP).
Dame, Reverend, Corrine Inzer is a Naprapathic Diplomate, an ordained deacon and Dame through SMOKH, holds a state license of Massage Therapy, just recently graduated with a Masters in Natural Sciences from Pan American University based out of Nevis, and is also a certified infant massage teacher since 2009 from Liddle Kidz Foundation instructed by Tina Allen.