Dr. Chris Roundy
“Chiropractic care has changed my life. My first experience with a chiropractor was at age 21, while on a mission for my church. Pounding the pavement every day tends to do a number on one’s back, and the only relief I found was at the hands of an excellent chiropractor. I wanted to be able to provide that type of relief to others. As my knowledge increased, I gained an understanding of the importance of taking a “whole body” approach to patient care. The body is the ultimate engine. If one or two parts of the engine are malfunctioning, or even just a little off-balance, the entire system is affected. My goal is to find the root cause of any problem, fix it, and then provide my patients the care they need to live the healthy, active lives they desire.”
Dr. Chris Roundy was born and raised in Pasco, WA, the oldest of six kids. He grew up on a 4,000 acre farm where he learned the value of hard work and spent the majority of his youth involved in multiple athletic endeavors including football, baseball, basketball, and track & field. He is also an Eagle Scout and loves spending time in the outdoors. Dr. Roundy pursued his undergraduate degree in Exercise Science at Brigham Young University. Following his graduation from BYU, he attended Texas Chiropractic College in Pasadena, TX where he received his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree in 2015, as well as receiving a second undergraduate degree in Human Biology.
In addition to being a DC, Dr. Roundy continues to gain extensive training in the most current physiotherapy procedures. He also has in-depth training in active rehab, soft tissue release techniques, activator protocol and is an FMT 1&2 certified Rock Tape practitioner. Dr. Roundy has a passion for helping people, especially through chiropractic care.
Dr. Roundy is a Texas transplant, but has come to love living in Houston. He loves exploring the area with his wife Jennifer, a Houston native, as his guide. Together they love to see and experience all that Houston, and Texas, have to offer and have thoroughly enjoyed being part of the Humble/Kingwood/Atascocita community for the past several years.