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Meet Shanna Lee, D.C.

Dr. Shanna Lee, D.C. is one of the talented chiropractors you might meet at The Houston Spine & Rehabilitation Centers. Originally from Florida, Dr. Shanna Lee, D.C. graduated from Stetson University, and then went on to complete her Doctorate of Chiropractic (D.C.) degree at Palmer College of Chiropractic, Florida campus. While completing her advanced training, Dr. Shanna Lee, D.C. gained specialized expertise in the use of decompression therapy, soft tissue techniques, the Diversified technique, and the Flexion-Distraction technique.

Like all of our healthcare providers, Dr. Shanna Lee, D.C. takes great pride in helping her patients enjoy the benefits of better health and a pain-free life. She coordinates her patients’ chiropractic care with other services available at our facilities, such as physical therapy and pain management. Dr. Shanna Lee, D.C. offers her expertise and technical skills to patients of all ages.

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Shanna Lee, D.C. or one of our other chiropractors in The Woodlands, call (281) 297-8105. The Houston Spine & Rehabilitation Centers is conveniently located on College Park Drive.

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