"Our goal as a clinic is not just to fix your current pain, but to help you create a long-lasting lifestyle plan that will guide you to optimum health. While quick solutions for your immediate pain are definitely a high priority, we want to create long-term health and wellness goals for each of our patients.”
Dr. Crystal Hankel is a board certified Chiropractor who specializes in sport performance
and functional movement. Dr. Hankel enjoys treating serious athletes, “weekend warriors”, pregnant mamas, or anyone trying to make positive lifestyle changes towards goals of better health.
Dr. Hankel is a native Canadian from Calgary, Alberta. She completed her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology with a minor in Nutrition at Texas Woman’s University, where she played collegiate softball. It was at this time that Dr. Hankel decided to pursue a career in Chiropractic with a specialty in sports medicine.
Dr. Hankel continues with post-graduate studies in Clinical Nutrition, Functional Movement, and advanced chiropractic techniques to stay current with the latest research and to offer her patients the most effective care.
Dr. Maggie Norcross is an Arlington, Texas native who graduated from Texas A&M University in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology. Growing up she played soccer, and found chiropractic as
the best way to help keep her body healthy and functioning at its optimal level.
Upon graduation from Texas A&M University, Dr. Maggie attended Parker University in Dallas. During her time in school, Dr. Maggie attended seminars to help further her education on biomechanics and the nature of sports related injuries. Dr. Maggie personally understands the importance of returning to sports quickly after injuries, how to strengthen the body to prevent future injuries, as well as the necessity of maintenance care to keep performance at its peak level.
Ruth Dilley is a certified yoga therapist (C-IAYT), experienced professional level registered yoga teacher (E-RYT500), Reiki master, and nationally board certified in massage therapy
(licensed in Texas MT 1312000 and Indiana). Ruth has been a bodyworker for 25 years, practicing yoga for 27 years and teaching yoga for 20 years.
On the way to yoga teacher training she was introduced to massage and the two continue to be interconnected. She graduated from IU with a Masters of Social Work, her focus was holistic health and equine assisted psychotherapy. She recently moved to Denton, TX and looks forward to getting to know the warm community.
Lacy Smith is a native of Tallahassee, Florida. She graduated cum laude from UNT with a double major in Music Education and Euphonium Performance. After graduation, Lacy quickly realized a
passion for holistic wellness as she observed the traditional rituals of food and lifestyle while touring Japan with the musical group Blast!: The Music of Disney. She has since turned her attention to a career of health and
Lacy is a frequent crossfitter and avid learner of all things kinesthetic and nutritional. Lacy is especially interested in food as medicine and how food affects the overall health and function of the body. Lacy looks forward to enriching the environment at DSC with her organizational skills and enthusiasm for holistic wellness.