Dr. Roland Robinson
“My own experience with chiropractic began as a patient — at the age of 12. Even at that young age, I suffered from debilitating migraines and digestive problems that simply wouldn’t respond to medication. I was amazed — and relieved beyond belief — when after receiving chiropractic treatment, the pain and illness went away. What an incredible gift to give others!”
Dr. Robinson received dual Bachelor of Science degrees in Biology and Human Anatomy from Louisiana Tech University before earning his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from Parker University, one of the nation’s premier chiropractic colleges. (Chiropractic training actually requires more study in anatomy and physiology than traditional medical school.) He offers up to 17 different chiropractic techniques to address the widest possible range of patient needs. Many chiropractors have mastered only 1 or 2 techniques, and when those disciplines can’t address the problem, they’re out of treatment options.
“I’m far more than just a corrector of problems,” says Dr. Robinson. “I want to keep you from developing future problems, and I will work with you to create a holistic wellness strategy that includes alignment, exercise, nutrition, and other tools to help you build quality of life that lasts a lifetime.”
Sports Rehab Specialist
Sports rehab specialist Alex Smith grew up in Austin, Texas. He is a lifelong athlete, having played competitive soccer from a young age and later rugby for the Kent Barbarians county showcase team in England. The combination of dealing with injuries along the way and being extra-competitive motivated Alex to learn as much as he could about injury rehab and performance.
Alex studied abroad for five years and has a particular interest in youth injury prevention. In 2011, he earned a national diploma in Sports Science at Mid-Kent College in Maidstone. In 2014, he earned his Bachelor of Science in Sports Therapy from the University of Kent, England. While overseas, he worked at Maidstone United F.C. as a specialist in injury rehabilitation and functional movement.
Alex is now happily married to his wife, Taylor, and has one daughter named Tuscany.