Meet the Doctors

Meet the Doctors

Dr. Jessica Fay - Oak City Chiropractic

Dr. Jessica Fay


Dr. Jessica Fay, DC grew up just outside of Boston, Massachusetts and has been under regular chiropractic care since she was a child.

After starting pre-medical coursework at Emory University in Atlanta, she had a snowboarding accident her freshman year, fracturing both arms and her tailbone. For several months after the accident she had a loss of grip strength and pain that wasn’t improving after casting and rehabilitation. After visiting a chiropractor for an unrelated complaint, she noticed both her hand weakness and pain disappeared after the adjustment. This sparked a curiosity in learning more about the structure of the body and how the biomechanics of the spine and extremities can directly influence the way that the body functions.

After graduating from Emory she went on to attend Life University in Marietta, GA. While in school she interned in the pregnancy and pediatric unit of the Center for Health and Optimum Performance and also completed an externship in a family/sports private clinic in Alpharetta, GA. She graduated with honors in 2008 and opened her practice in Raleigh, NC a few months later.

In addition to traditional chiropractic treatment, Dr. Fay is a certified Elite Provider in the Active Release Technique®, which is a very specific treatment protocol for muscles, tendons, ligaments, and nerve entrapments. Her initial examination looks at how a patient is functioning biomechanically and where any structural imbalances are. Treatment focuses on correcting those imbalances through specific adjustments to the joints as well as stretching and release of the corresponding soft tissue. For patients that are uncomfortable with the traditional “twisting and popping” chiropractic adjustments, Dr. Fay also has extensive training in gentle low-force instrument adjusting (Activator Methods).

In her free time, Dr. Fay loves to compete in triathlons and can be found running, cycling, or swimming. She is active in the local business community and is a member of the Raleigh Chamber of Commerce as well as the advisory board for the Wake County Chiropractic Society. She was also selected to be the official Treatment Team Leader for Ironman Raleigh and Ironman North Carolina from 2013 – 2016.

Dr. Cheyne Ashline - Oak City Chiropractic

Dr. Cheyne Ashline


Dr. Cheyne Ashline, DC is originally from Clifton Park, New York. He attended Shenendehowa High School and graduated in the class of 2007.

Dr. Ashline first found interest in chiropractic his senior year of high school. After being diagnosed with patellar tendinitis in both of his knees from playing volleyball, he was referred to a local chiropractor. The chiropractor utilized ART® and adjustments to help Dr. Ashline recover from his tendinitis. After seeing the hands on approach to healthcare and witnessing the wide variety of injuries that can be treated in a conservative way, he decided to become a chiropractor.

Dr. Ashline went on to start his college career at the University of New Haven where he studied Biology and played Collegiate volleyball. In 2009 he transferred to the University of Buffalo to finish his bachelor’s in Biology. He graduated from UB in the spring of 2012.

After completing his bachelor’s degree, Dr. Ashline attended the New York Chiropractic College. He completed his Doctorate of Chiropractic in the winter of 2015. Immediately upon graduating, he worked for 2 years in his home town of Clifton Park where he treated families, high school, college, and professional athletes. Dr. Ashline has joined Oak City Chiropractic to explore the growing opportunities in Raleigh and join Dr. Fay and her team in their passion for helping others.

Dr. Ashline is a full body certified Active Release Technique® provider. He utilizes the soft tissue technique to treat various conditions such as golfer’s elbow, jumper’s knee, plantar fasciitis, headaches, mild ankle sprains, trigger finger, frozen shoulder and many more. In addition to ART® he is certified in RockTape, ConnecTX, and SFMA, a functional movement assessment technique used to help diagnose faulty movement patterns.
In his free time, Dr. Ashline enjoys playing volleyball, basketball, and board games. He and his wife enjoy exploring new restaurants, watching the latest movies, and going on adventures with their dogs.