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The Doc Program ensures that cost is never a barrier to those most in need of healing.

Doc Program


The Doc Program provides Massage Therapy Treatment for serious medical conditions when cost is a burden or a barrier to receiving needed care. Since 2019, The Doc Program has donated over 23,000 dollars of Massage Therapy for clients in need. 


The Doc Program was created to honor the sacrifice, life, and memory of HM2 Clayton R Beauchamp of Weatherford Texas. HM2 Beauchamp was killed in action August 7th, 2012 in the Shaban District of Helmand Province, Afghanistan. He was 21 years old. 


The Marines and Sailors of 1st Battalion, 1st Marines, 1st Marine Division remember Doc Beauchamp as a hero who went above and beyond the call of duty. He was the most honorable, brave, and best of all of us. He was a true hero and to many a great friend. His loss was felt deeply by his unit and those who loved him, and still is to this day.


In 2019 The Doc Program was created as a memorial to Doc Beauchamp, and to ensure that no one is left behind to fight their pain alone. The program is funded by donations and through Licensed Massage Therapist Volunteers donating their time and talents. We have donated over 230 hours of Massage Therapy to clients in need for a wide range of conditions.


In 2023 we began working with St Peters Hospital to provide Hospice Massage to their patients at no cost to the patient or their family. To date we have helped provide low-cost or free massage therapy for clients in need to provide relief for conditions including




Chronic Pain






Post Operative Treatment 




Post Traumatic Stress


Scar Treatment


Traumatic Brain Injury


The Doc Program donates up to $1000.00 of Massage Therapy Treatment to clients who require ongoing treatment but may be overburdened by the cost. Our mission is to ensure that no one is left to fight their pain alone and that cost is never a barrier to treatment. It is our goal to set the standard and example for the rest of medicine to follow. 

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