Dr. Shauna Annie Wood
Dr. Annie Wood is a local from Spicewood, TX, so after years in Dallas she is excited to come home close to family to serve the great people of the North Austin area and join the other Chiropractors in Georgetown, TX. She went to the University of Mary Hardin Baylor and graduated with her Bachelors in science while her Husband was stationed at Ft. Hood.
With her desire to help people, she decided to go to Parker Chiropractic University in Dallas to fulfill a life long dream of being a source to optimize people’s health. Her passion is to educate families to unlock the potential to live their lives to the fullest and help them obtain optimal health. She has traveled to Haiti and the Dominican Republic on mission trips to serve and give Chiropractic care to families as well as provide much needed support to local orphanages. With four kids of her own she knew she wanted to work with moms, moms to be and their whole family. Dr. Wood holds three Bachelor’s degrees in Anatomy, Science and Health and Wellness as well has her Doctorate in Chiropractic. She has also furthered her education in functional neurology and child hood development disorders through the Carrick Institute of Neurology and International Pediatric Chiropractic association to better serve her patients. Dr. Wood also has a strong passion to help special children with sensory processing disorders, such as Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, and ADHD. By combining chiropractic care with nutritional advice and functional neurology exercises, Dr. Wood has a mission to bring hope to families and children for a brighter tomorrow! She is also certified in the Webster Technique, a chiropractic technique developed specifically for pregnant patients that optimizes health benefits for both mother and baby. As well as a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric association and the leader of the Georgetown Pathways Connect group for families.
When I think of one word to describe my life it is blessed. I am blessed with beautiful children who keep me relatively young and on my toes. As any parent knows their best work is their kids. Being a mom of four kids I understand the importance of keeping my kids healthy to allow for optimal growth and development starting from in utero on up. My family consists of Mackenzie 12, Marissa 8, Blaine 4, Blake 1 and my husband an Army Veteran, Roland. Returning to our home of central Texas with family, my doctorate, and specialty expertise, I am excited to share my knowledge and talents with the great people of Georgetown.
Hope Madden- Insurance/Billing
Brianna Contreras- Front desk
Heather Rogers- Massage therapist
Amanda Davis- Massage therapist