Meet Your Chiropractor
Kristle Gomez, D.C.
As a young girl, I accompanied a family member to the local Chiropractor, and I remember seeing the relief on her face after the treatment when just moments before she could hardly walk. That is when I knew that being a Chiropractor would be my future profession. I chose this particular career to better the lives of people through education and by 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. Afterwards I attended Texas Chiropractic College in Pasadena, TX. 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 the proper treatment. Our bodies go through so much during pregnancy! That is why I found it extremely important to continue my education in the treatment of moms and kids. I am currently enrolled in the extensive program with the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA). I hope to be a certified practitioner soon after over a year of hands-on training and an examination.
When I am not at the clinic, I like to spend time with my husband, daughter, and son. We currently reside in Buda and love to go on walks with our golden retriever, take short trips, and try new restaurants. I am also a violist and Board Member of the Starlight Symphony Orchestra.
Look forward to meeting you!