Janine Altobelli, MBA, MSN, AGNP-C

Janine is board certified by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners in Adult-Gerontological Primary Care. She is a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and the American Diabetes Association. Janine graduated Summa Cum Laude with her Masters in Nursing from Walden University and is a member of the Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society.

Janine started her career with a bachelors degree in Rehabilitative Services from the University of Florida, and worked in direct patient rehabilitative care. Shortly afterward, she obtained her Masters in Business Administration from Texas State University, graduating Summa Cum Laude and worked several years in healthcare management. Missing the interaction with patients, she went back to school and obtained her nursing degree, again graduating with top honors.

Janine is an advocate for health and nutrition. She loves health research and is prevention focused. Although she treats chronic conditions, her passion is patient wellness, and she has studied holistic medicine, weight loss, anti-aging, women’s / men’s health and aesthetics. She aspires for each of her patients to achieve not just medical care, but well care. Her goal is to partner with each patient so they can obtain optimal health both physically and mentally. Janine is an outdoor enthusiast and enjoys her time exploring Arizona’s wonderful playground. She enjoys running, mountain biking, and hiking. She lives with her husband of 23 years and her 3 teenage children.


Dustin Hall

I knew early on that massage was going to be a big part of my life! At about five years old my mother grabbed a reflexology book and my feet. From then on, I got some sort of massage from her almost every night. As I got older she started to include massages after sporting events, and I would notice the difference in recovery every time. In high school, I started working on swim teammates as well baseball teammates. I gained a great understanding of the body before I ever actually learned about the body.

Prior to becoming licensed in 2012, I turned wrenches as a mechanic first on my own and then while in the military. I served just under five years with one 16 month deployment to Afghanistan and grew so much as a person. After leaving the service, I became an Licensed Massage Therapist and know that I’m doing exactly what I was meant to do. My massage modalities range from stress management relaxation to functional movement and recovery. My focus through massage is education. The more the client knows and understands about their bodies the better the healing process will occur. All massages are contoured to your specific needs and wants.