Dr. Gabi Trejo, DC, MS
We are a FAMILY based chiropractic office focused
Dr. Gabi Trejo, DC graduated from Parker University with her Doctorate of Chiropractic degree and Masters degree in Strength and Human Performance. Gabi has additional training in Activator Methods, Webster Technique via the ICPA, Functional Dry Needling, and Flexion Distraction Technique.
Gabi started her career with a focus on sport medicine and rehabilitation. Gabi’s love of sports medicine stemmed from her experience as a patient, following treatment of and recovery from sports injuries. Gabi knows the power of choosing and working with the right chiropractor, as she credits her former chiropractor with healing her sports’ injuries and pain.
Gabi’s focus in her career has transitioned from not only working with serious athletes, but also to working with families. From competitive athletes, to weekend warriors, to new moms, to kids of all ages, Gabi’s focus is on individualizing care to each and every patient she encounters. She takes the time to understand each of her patients’ needs and strives to achieve the same quality of care and service she received as a young athlete and that led her to chiropractic school.
Gabi is a proud Aggie. She obtained a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Texas A&M University, in College Station in 2018 (WHOOP). During her undergraduate studies, she worked with Texas firefighters and police officers to measure and certify their functional training and she was inspired by their work and commitment to their community and fitness.
Gabi grew up in Corpus Christi, Texas. While living in Corpus Christi, she was active on and off sports fields. She enjoyed her time playing softball, soccer, and basketball, as well as on mission trips and as a camp counselor.
In her free-time Gabi explores the Dallas-Fort Worth area on hiking trails with her dog Sadie. On the weekends, Gabi also treasures quiet time reading in her home with her cats Phil and Lil. Book recommendations are much appreciated!
“The sickness business is reactive. Despite its enormous size, people become customers only when they are stricken by and react to a specific condition or complaint…the wellness business is proactive. People voluntarily become customers — to feel healthier, to reduce the effects of aging, and to avoid becoming customers of the sickness business. Everyone wants to be a customer of this earlier-stage approach to health.”