Dr. Casey Lanier is a 2013 graduate from Parker University. Prior to becoming a chiropractor, Dr. Lanier worked as a physiologist, trainer, and conditioning coach for various sports. Dr. Lanier comes to our clinic with over a decade of experience in corrective physiotherapy exercise techniques. He uses a “whole person approach” to care for every patient, combining nutrition, physiotherapy techniques, and a multitude of chiropractic techniques. Because each person’s body responds to treatment in a unique way, Dr. Lanier always works with his patients to ensure they achieve their health goals. From the newborn to 101 and ADD to insomnia, Dr. Lanier is here and excited to help you in every step of the process.
Dr. Lanier is also certified in the Webster Technique, which helps keep pregnant women happy and pain free throughout their pregnancy and the birthing process.
In his free time Dr. Lanier enjoys playing music, sports, fishing, outdoor activities, and spending time with his three children.
When I was in the seventh grade, I began having lower back, hip and leg pain. I found it difficult to make it around the track even once during P.E. class. My parents took me to my pediatrician, who sent me to an orthopedist, who sent me to a rheumatologist. I heard terms like “rheumatoid arthritis” and “spondylolisthesis.” The treatment I was given consisted of a prescription for motrin, 600mg, which I took twice a day until I was a sophomore in college, as well as some exercises.
When I was in college, I played football, which really increased the need to perform the exercises I’d been given years earlier. One day, after exiting a building and starting across a crosswalk, I was struck by a pickup truck driven by a distracted driver. Despite being tossed a few feet, and feeling beat up, the emergency room physician determined that I had no broken bones. After I was released, I returned to classes, and a few days later my life was changed forever.
The mother of a classmate of mine referred me to a chiropractor. I began receiving adjustments and therapy modalities. Not only was the pain from the crosswalk accident relieved, but that lower back pain–which had been my nemesis for the better part of six years–was gone! I could function better, move more, recover from football practices and games more quickly, and no longer was a slave to motrin.
A couple of years later, my roommate and teammate was in a summertime accident…all six feet five and two hundred seventy pounds of him. His treatment of choice? A chiropractor, of course. Around the same time, two of my former high school classmates began chiropractic school in Dallas. I chose to do the same, and I’ve been fortunate to help thousands of people from all walks of life.
I’m Paul Grindstaff, D.C., and I’m proud to serve as your chiropractor. I attended chiropractic school at Parker University, business school and graduate school at SMU, and undergrad at New Mexico Highlands University. My wife and I have three children and two dogs. I’m fortunate to serve on the board of directors of the SMU Mustang Club as well as the New Mexico Highlands Alumni board. On behalf of the staff and family of patients at ChiroRehab of Texas, we look forward to meeting you.