An adult human spine typically consists of 26 moveable segments: seven cervical vertebras, twelve thoracic vertebras, five lumbar vertebras, one sacrum, and one coccyx (tailbone). Intervertebral d ...View Article
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I wanted to take the time to give you a little history lesson about myself and Lane Family Chirorpactic. I am originally from Tarpon Springs, Fl. I grew up there, went to school there, and frequently visit there. I have always loved the diversity and community feeling in Tarpon Springs. I attended St. Petersburg Junior College where I obtained my Associate of Arts degree and played college baseball. I then received another baseball scholarship to attend Warner University. At Warner University, I achieved a double major with a Bachelors of Arts in Exercise Science and Biology. During my undergraduate schooling, I had the chance to work in a Physical Therapy and Rehab center where I knew that I wanted to help make changes in patient’s lives. Also while at Warner, I met the love of my life, Kellie and we have been happily married for the last 15 plus years. Upon graduation, I knew that I wanted to go onto Graduate school and decided to move to Marietta, Georgia to attend Life University. At Life University, I graduated with honors and received my Doctorate of Chiropractic degree. After sitting for the National and State Board Examinations, I stayed in Marietta for another 2 years where I practiced in a multi-discplinary practice and worked closely with the medical community. Family was the most important thing on our minds, so Kellie and I moved back to Florida to be near our families. We settled in the New Tampa area where I worked for another Physician for about a year. In September 2004, I founded Lane Family Chiropractic and have treated patients in the Carrollwood area ever since. Since moving to Carrollwood, I have served on numerous Boards, Carrollwood Area Business Association Past President, Hillsborough County Chiropractic Society President, Kiwanis Club of Carrollwood President, and numerous others. My staff and I have held many successful food drives, toy drives, and continually are voted Best in Customer Service and Health in the Carrollwood and Tampa Bay areas. I continue to be active in the community and promote a family style practice, where you feel at home. Please feel free to contact me through the webiste if you have any futher questions. I would be happy to answer them.
Massage therapists are licensed health professionals who apply a variety of scientifically developed massage techniques to the soft tissue of the body to improve muscle tone and circulation.
Massage therapists work to enhance well-being, reduce the physical and mental effects of stress and tension, prevent disease, and restore health.