|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 a member of the Boy Scouts of America and was recognized when he earned his Eagle Scout. As an adult he continues volunteering within the Boy Scouts of America organization, and continues to stay active with other sports 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. Click here to read more about Dr. Chase Hayden.|
|Dr. Reece Hayden is a sixth generation Texan, and was born and raised in Pasadena, Texas on the southeast side of Houston. After a diagnosis of dyslexia at an early age, Reece’s parents began searching for ways to help their son improve in reading and comprehension. Their search introduced Reece to the field of complementary and alternative medicine. Through the techniques and rehabilitative exercises that were used with him, Reece developed a love and desire to help others that were diagnosed with learning disabilities as he overcame his own. As recent graduate of Texas Chiropractic College, Reece earned a Doctorate in Chiropractic with an emphasis in Acupuncture (meridian therapy). Click here to read more about Dr. Reece Hayden.|
|Stephanie Hayden was born in southern California where she stayed until she was 13 years old. At 13, she moved north of Salt Lake City, Utah where she attended high school and college. Her studies emphasized medical technology which opened doors for a variety of medical opportunities. She has experience working in hospital laboratories, family practice, dermatology, occupational health, and front office operations. She is a mother of three children and is the office expert for integrating dietary changes into the hustle and bustle of every day life.