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Amy Gonzalez, DC
Founder, Doctor of Chiropractic
Dr. Gonzalez graduated from Parker University with a Doctorate in Chiropractic, Bachelor of Science in Health and Wellness, and completed post-graduate training in Acupuncture. She was appointed by Governor Rick Perry to the Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners where she served most of her term as the Chair of Enforcement, helping to resolve complaints and promote ethical practice of Chiropractic in Texas.
She prefers a "go-with-the-flow" style of practice rather than long-term treatment plans and loves to take on challenging cases where pharmaceuticals and/or surgery have failed.
Dr. Gonzalez also trained in Animal Chiropractic and sees animals through Collar and Saddle when she is not seeing humans. She enjoys coaching cheerleading, painting, and watching her kids and husband, Michael play sports. You can find some of her artwork around the office.
Michael Gonzalez, EMT-P
Michael is a licensed paramedic with 15 years experience with the Dallas Fire Rescue. He left his high-stress career in 2017 for a more laid-back position assisting patients in a whole new way. This also allows him much more time with his kids and the flexibility to coach his kids' hockey and baseball teams.
Michael assists with many of the new patient evaluations and is also skilled in a wide array of soft tissue modalities delegated to him for our current patients such as myofasical work, assisted stretching, massage, trigger point therapy, etc.. He attends continuing education courses pertaining to these modalities and continues to grow his skill set specific to the musculoskeletal system.
In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his kids and wife, Amy. He also plays on a couple of adult hockey teams.Click this text to start editing. This team block is a great way to introduce your visitors to key members of your organization. You can click the green +/- buttons to change the number of people you’re showcasing.
Barbara Hughes, LMT
Licensed Massage Therapy
Barbara has been a therapist for over 3 years. She graduated from Cortiva Institute (formerly Texas Center for Massage Therapy) in Arlington.
As a former single mom for 7 yrs, she didn’t have the means to take relaxing vacations so she used massage as an inexpensive “getaway”. Years later, that appreciation for massage, combined with her passion to make a difference in the world, would lead her to pursue massage therapy as a career.
She believes that massage can provide relief for not only physical aches and pains, but can also be emotionally therapeutic as well, so she tries to bring both aspects out in her work. She prefers doing longer sessions to allow time to warm up tissues, spend extra focus where it’s needed, and still give the entire body an overall relaxing massage.
She’s married and has 4 children. Outside of work she spends most of her time caring for her home, family, and cats. She volunteers with rescue organizations and dreams of one day having land to create a sanctuary for “un-adoptable” and feral cats.
Trinity Scheibel, LMT
Licensed Massage Therapist
In addition to being a licensed massage therapist out of the TCC program, Trinity is also an NASM certified personal trainer and nutrition coach. He used to be a "larger version of himself" (his words) but after working in the industrial field for 21 years, and getting his own health and fitness back on track, he decided that he likes helping people more than sitting at a desk.
He and his wife Nancy, have been married "since the dawn of time" (also his words) and have 2 children (Liya and Christian) and 2 labs (Malcolm and Saoirse). He is a self-proclaimed nerd, gamer, kayaker, friend to stray cats, Cornhusker, and "was named after a character from a bad spaghetti western."
Juliet Schumacher, LMT
Licensed Massage Therapist
Juliet has over 9 years of experience in the wellness industry. She spent the majority of her career at Massage Space in Plano as one of their top massage therapists. After relocating to Waxahachie earlier in 2019, Juliet hopes to rebuild her large clientele through use of her highly esteemed therapeutic techniques. Areas of expertise include: therapeutic, deep tissue, Swedish, and trigger point therapy.
In addition to her massage therapy education and career, Juliet has a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing Education from the University of Wisconsin Stout along with years of management experience working in Human Resources as an administrator for Embassy Suites hotels. On her days off, Juliet enjoys relaxing in her 1910 farmhouse with her husband and puppies as she patiently awaits the arrival of grandchildren.
Ron Andersen, LMT
Licensed Massage Therapist
Ron is a veteran massage therapist with an enormous following of clientele. He owned and ran Main Street Massage for over 10 years and is now looking forward to a more relaxed lifestyle (without the stress and overhead of running a business) and has joined us as part of the SAH staff.
Ron enjoys spending time with his wife and their animals as well as traveling to the beach as often as they can. He's an avid Texas Rangers fan. He and his wife are also very competitive bowlers.
99 Regency Pkwy #111
Mansfield, TX 76063