An adult human spine typically consists of 26 moveable segments: seven cervical vertebras, twelve thoracic vertebras, five lumbar vertebras, one sacrum, and one coccyx (tailbone). Intervertebral d ...View Article
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Lisa strives to make your experience positive in every way. She has had to overcome her own health issues, and therefore has more empathy for what our patients are going through and the road that lies ahead of them.
After being diagnosed with fibromyalgia and MS she scoured for all the information she could find on the possible causes for her condition. She knew a pill was not the answer and would, at best, only cover up the symptoms but at the cost of additional side effects. She knew if she could find the cause, and eliminate or correct it, she could have a real solution, a real cure; and not just a cover up.
She has transformed her entire life in the process of healing. She has become a healthier, stronger, more fit, and therefore, happier person through her experience.
Lisa's passion is now educating individuals and families on the best ways to consume rich nutritious foods and how to live a healthy lifestyle.
Stephanie Copeland has been with Atlas Pain Institute since August 2016. She is often found explaining her Mississippi origin because of her deep southern accent. She currently resides in Bastrop, Texas with her sweet daughter and husband, after his job relocated them to the area in May 2015.
Stephanie is pursuing a degree in forensic accounting and enjoys being able to use her love of math in the insurance and billing department at Atlas Pain Institute.
She loves to brighten the day of those around her by being positive and uplifting. She is also an avid reader and is thrilled when a patient recommends her to a new book or series.
Brittny Stanley has been with Atlas Pain Institute since February 2017. She was born in Kent, Washington but moved to Texas 14 years ago. She has five children who are all involved in the local softball/baseball league, which you will hear her frequently talk about.
Brittny had minimal experience with chiropractic care until meeting Dr. Trowbridge. Dr. Trowbridge treated her five children and she was convinced from that point forward his methods were extremely beneficial to her family. She continues to use Dr. Trowbridge for her chiropractic needs to this day.
After years of following Dr. Trowbridge’s website and doing her own research she became interested in starting a career in the chiropractic industry, she could not think of a better place to start than her favorite chiropractic office, Atlas Pain Institute.
Brittny is highly motivated to learn and to teach what she has learned. You will always find her working hard to improve the health and well-being of those around her. She’s extremely talkative and always good for a smile. Say hi the next time you are in the office!
Kelly Dionne has been with Atlas Pain Institute since April 2017. Kelly and her family moved to Texas from Georgia to serve in the ministry. They have fallen in love with Texas and affectionately call it home. Kelly, her husband and three teenaged daughters enjoy spending quality time together at church, watching action movies, hiking, fishing or just being anywhere near water.
Kelly served as an office manager and chiropractic assistant for over four years in Lockhart before coming to Bastrop. She believes greatly in chiropractic health and has witnessed first-hand how the power of natural healing through chiropractic care can change people's lives.
Kelly looks forward to helping and assisting you as you are continuing or just beginning your chiropractic journey.