Dr. Staci Braden graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Exercise Physiology with a minor in History, as well as her license in Athletic Training. It was there that she discovered her passion to help people, working as a student athletic trainer. Dr. Staci worked with many sports teams including Swimming and Diving, Football and Women’s Tennis just to name a few. In that time, she was a part of the sports medicine team for the 2009 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championship. Graduating from Texas A&M, she started working for a chiropractor who challenged and motivated her to further pursue her career and go back to school. She earned her Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from Texas Chiropractic College in Pasadena, Texas.
Being from the small town of Granger, Dr. Staci participated in many sports. She was an avid track athlete, participating in the State Track Meet with her teammates in 2003 and taking home the gold in 2004. She was always around sports growing up also, with two brothers passionate about baseball. As an athlete, Dr. Staci saw her chiropractors many times to keep her body healthy. This is where she finds her passion, in helping those looking to keep going whether it is in daily living or competition. She strives to help people live healthy, pain-free, lives.
Dr. Staci is trained in Rehab, FAKTR (Functional and Kinetic Treatment with Rehab), Myofascial Release and still holds her License of Athletic Training in Texas.