Dr. Matthew Roach is a native of Las Vegas. He is a Valley High School graduate and later attended UNLV for his undergraduate studies before enrolling in the Southern California University of Health Sciences in Whittier, CA where he graduated with honors.
Upon graduation, Dr. Roach obtained employment in the town of Grimsby located on the north east coast of England where he served as clinic director for both the Grimsby and Louth chiropractic clinics. Dr. Roach also served as chiropractic physician for the Grimsby Town Football Club, a professional soccer team, during the 1998-99 season.
Dr. Roach returned to Las Vegas in 1999 and later obtained ownership of the Weston Chiropractic Clinic. Dr. Roach has continued to serve the needs of his patient’s at the same location since that time. In addition to his clinical practice, Dr. Roach is a Nevada Division of Industrial Relations Certified Independent Rating Physician performing disability ratings for the State of Nevada since 1999.
Dr. Roach is married to his wife Natalie of 19 years in December 2012. They have three sons, Drake, Dominic, and Joshua. He holds strong family values and participates with all of the many activities his boys are involved with. Dr. Roach has recently started learning to play guitar with his son Dominic. Dr. Roach and his family currently reside in the southeast region of the Las Vegas Valley.
Chiropractic became a passion of Dr. Roach while researching his choice of career. Having the opportunity to assist people who are experiencing discomfort continues to give him a sense of purpose. Being a chiropractor is not just a job to him, it affords him the occasion to interact with his patients and provide them with the guidance they need to experience a better quality of life.
Dr. Roach enjoys working with Dr. Page and his staff. He believes that a positive work environment provides a relaxing atmosphere for those who are seeking relief. It is very important to Dr. Roach that each patient receive the greatest benefit possible from their chiropractic experience.