Specializing in whole family chiropractic, prenatal chiropractic utilizing the Webster Technique, as well as functional neurology with a special interest in childhood development disorders.
Dr. Annie (Shauna) Wood always knew that she wanted to be in a profession where she would be able to help people. It was her childhood family physician who originally molded her desire to work in the healthcare industry. Her mother, who was a single mom of two, struggled financially. Time and time again, Annie would witness the consistent compassion their family was given by their family doctor.
Married to her high school sweetheart at the age of 18, they found themselves blessed with their first child at 19, just shortly after her husband joined the military. The road leading her to open her practice in Georgetown, Texas was a long and winding one! Her God-gifted tenacity and ambition aided her in an arduous, laborsome journey of pursuing her college education while being a young mother.
In addition to her Doctorate of Chiropractic, Dr. Annie Wood also holds three Bachelors of Science degrees. After completing pre-med school and receiving her Bachelor of Science with a strong focus in chemistry from UMHB, she went on to attain two Bachelor of Science degrees in Anatomy and Health and Wellness from Parker University. As a result of her strong passion to help special children with sensory processing disorders, such as Autism, Asperger's Syndrome and ADHD, she has also furthered her education and received certifications in functional neurology and childhood development disorders through the Carrick Institute of Neurology to better serve her patients.
Dr. Wood was no stranger to chiropractic, as she has been treated by chiropractors all of her life. She has experienced the healing benefits of chiropractic firsthand and believes that ALL individuals should have access to this powerful form of healthcare. Because of this belief, she is highly involved in volunteer work. She frequently serves in Haiti alongside the nonprofit organization, Mission Life International, to help impoverished individuals find freedom from chronic pain and ailments. Additionally, she has a huge heart for serving the local veteran community, as well as serving young mothers through a nonprofit organization called Young Lives.
When she is not in the office treating her patients, she is investing time with her wonderful husband and children. She is diligently invested in her children’s extracurricular activities and has a huge love for quality time, especially when that quality time involves dance parties and game nights!
Doctorate of Chiropractic, Parker University; Bachelor of Science in Anatomy, Parker University; Bachelor of Science in Health and Wellness, Parker University; Bachelor of Science, UMHB; Functional Neurology and Childhood Development Disorders Certifications, Carrick Institute of Neurology
American Pregnancy Association
The International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA)