Doctor of Chiropractic, Quantum Neurologist, Applied Clinical Nutritionist, Applied Kinesiologist
Dr. Chase Hayden was born and raised in Pasadena, Texas (a suburb of Houston). Growing up, he was active in a variety of sports including football, baseball, basketball and soccer. In his youth he was also active in the Boy Scouts of America and was recognized as an Eagle Scout As an adult he continues volunteering within the Boy Scouts of America organization, in addition to other activities such as surfing, rock climbing, fishing, and martial arts. His desire to excel in his athletic performance and the desire to overcome injury without the use of drugs or surgery introduced him to complementary and alternative medicine at the age of 12.
After graduating high school, Chase began his undergraduate studies at Brigham Young University’s Hawaii campus where he completed one semester before transferring to Brigham Young’s Utah campus. Following his freshman year, he volunteered to served a two year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. During this time he lived in the seventh and eighth regions of Chile, in South America, and became fluent in the Spanish Language.
Upon the completion of his mission, he returned to Texas where he met his wife, Stephanie. He remained in Texas to complete his undergraduate studies, and was accepted to Texas Chiropractic College to pursue his Doctorate in Chiropractic Medicine. After completing his first year in the chiropractic program, Chase and Stephanie transferred to Life University in Marietta, GA where he excelled in his studies.
Throughout his undergraduate and graduate studies, Dr. Chase developed an emphasis in nutrition and functional neurology. He has accumulated over 250 post-graduate hours in Applied Kinesiology, 300+ post-graduate hours in Quantum Neurology rehabilitation, and over 400 post-graduate hours in clinical nutrition.
Dr. Chase and his wife Stephanie have 3 amazing children, and one overactive, 90 lbs boxer. They currently reside in Tomball, Texas.