December 19, 2014 — Cassie Stinson, DC, CCSP, has accepted an invitation from Texas Chiropractic College (TCC) president, Brad McKechnie, DC, DACAN, to join the full-time faculty as an attending clinician at the Moody Health Center (MHC).
“We are pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Stinson,” McKechnie said. “Her clinical experience and business acumen are tremendous benefits for TCC interns preparing to graduate as practice-ready doctors of chiropractic.”
Stinson graduated from TCC in April 2009 as the class salutatorian and Keeler award winner. She holds doctor of chiropractic and bachelor of science degrees from TCC. In May 2005, she received her bachelor of arts degree in health and kinesiology from the University of Texas at Tyler. Stinson first returned to the college in fall 2013 as an adjunct rehabilitation and active care instructor.
Stinson refined her chiropractic skills while working at the multidisciplinary Icon Wellness Center from 2009-2013. In 2013, she began to explore the business side of chiropractic by opening her private practice, the Natural Health Chiropractic and Rehabilitation Center, in Webster, Texas.
Effective Jan. 1, 2015, Stinson will relocate her services to the Moody Health Center on the TCC campus, where she will use state-of-the-art technology to enhance the evidence-based care she provides for her patients.
“A larger facility—filled with teaching, learning, and research—will make me a better doctor while serving as a model for students,” she said.
As a certified chiropractic sports practitioner, Stinson is the team-treating chiropractor for the Houston Dash, a women’s professional soccer team. She has also lectured on kinesiotaping basics at the Texas Athletic Trainers Association Conference and the National Aquatic Therapy Conference. Stinson said she is eager to offer rehabilitation as a treatment option and looks forward to demonstrating her patient-centered approach to whole body health.
“I believe in the college’s mission of promoting excellence in the education of practice-ready doctors of chiropractic,” she said.
Transferring her practice and working alongside students at the Moody Health Center will give Stinson the chance to act as a powerful example of how TCC supports this mission.
Source: Texas Chiropractic College