Kristle Gomez, D.C.
As a young girl, I accompanied a family member to the local Chiropractor. I remember seeing the relief on her face after treatments when just moments before she could hardly walk. That is when I knew that being a Chiropractor is what I wanted to become. I chose this profession to better the lives of people through education and using a non-invasive approach to healing the human body.
After graduating from high school I attended the University of North Texas where I received my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Sociology. I then attended Texas Chiropractic College where I graduated with honors. While I attended TCC, I was able to complete a Rheumatology internship at a Veteran's Hospital, as well as an internship with a drug/alcohol treatment program called Cenikor.
I am currently certified in Webster Technique,Acupuncture, Kinesio-Tape, Activator, and Graston.
I have always loved treating expectant mothers and children. Once I became pregnant with my first baby, I realized how important it is to receive treatment. Our bodies go through so much during pregnancy!
When I am not at the clinic, I like to spend time with my husband and daughter. We love to go on walks with our golden retriever, take short trips,and try new restaurants. I am also a violist in the Starlight Symphony Orchestra.