Dr. Reed and Dr. Hawkins met their first year at Texas Chiropractic College. They quickly developed a working relationship that grew into a personal relationship where they began their joint passion of Faith, Family and Wellness.
They have been married since 2012.
Dr. Adam Hawkins D.C.
CHIROPRACTOR ADAM HAWKINS D.C.
Bragging rights: Dr. Hawkins is confident in his adjusting skills, his ability to diagnose and treat patients and is always looking to educate the patient to improve health.
CHIROPRACTOR JENNIFER REED D.C.
Dr. Reed was born and raised in Houston, TX who obtained a B.S. Biomedical Sciences from Sam Houston State University, a B.S. Human Biology and a Doctorate of Chiropractic from Texas Chiropractic College.
During her internship, she practiced as clinician for the Rice University Sports, the Cenikor Foundation, and the Bridge Over Troubled Waters rotation programs. With these rotations she received experience treating collegiate athletes, individuals with a history of substance abuse, and victims with a history of abuse or battery; in effort to keep all patients mobile and healthy.
Dr. Reed is certified in the Graston soft tissue technique and Kinesio Taping technique. She is a through-the-knee amputee (May 2014) as result of trauma from a motorcycle accident in summer 2009.
Bragging rights: Dr. Reed was driving that motorcycle (mentioned above), she has survived over 50 reconstructive surgeries, and she became a doctor before 26 years of age. Dr. Reed practices to regain total body function, with an emphasis on activities of daily living; her primary goal is to keep every patient living an active, quality life.
Dr. Jennifer Reed D.C.
Service Dog & Office Mascot 'Tank'
RETIRED SERVICE ANIMAL 'TANK'
Office Mascot and Good Canine Citizen
Tank worked part-time as Dr. Reed’s functional service animal. His primary purpose, among other tasks; bracing and support, effectively replacing her cane. His secondary purpose was and is providing everyone with a clinic welcoming.
Tank’s most notable accomplishment during the training process includes the Good Canine Citizen. This helps to establish that he will remain very well behaved in public places. He is friendly and may give lots of kisses to those who ask to pet him. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to ask as we will do our best to set your mind at ease.