Meet our Team

Brandon Pounds DC, CES, PES

Dr. Brandon Pounds earned his Bachelors of Science degree from Texas A&M University in 2006, where he focused his education on sports management and athletic training as a student assistant strength/conditioning coordinator and personal training director with the TAMU Rec. Sports Department. Upon graduation, he pursued a career as a fitness manager and personal trainer in the Woodlands, Texas area where he earned certifications as a Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES) and Performance Exercise Specialist (PES) with the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM).

Dr. Pounds was introduced to Chiropractic while attending the University of Texas at San Antonio, studying for his Master’s in Sports Exercise Science. With the help of chiropractic adjustments, he was able to recover from an injury to complete his fourth 70.3 Ironman Triathlon and his second full 140.6 Ironman Triathlon. The success from the chiropractic adjustments sparked an interest to attend Chiropractic school at Parker University. During his time at Parker University, he learned multiple chiropractic adjustment techniques focusing on improving the health and wellbeing of every patient. Dr. Pounds is certified as a Applied Kinesiologist (AK), Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES), Performance Exercise Specialists (PES), Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization specialists (IASTM), and Functional Movement Screening (FMS). During his internship, Dr. Pounds was a sports chiropractor for junior olympian gymnasts, figure skaters, golfers, and the team chiropractor for the University of North Texas Triathlon team, the Parker University Sports Program, as well as the MLS FC Dallas professional soccer team.

Through his experiences, training, and education, Dr. Pounds, has developed the skills necessary to work with pregnant women, pediatrics, geriatrics, as well as athletes at the professional level. In treating patients, he applies a vitalistic approach of looking to improve a patient’s health as a whole and determining the underlining causes versus focusing on a patient’s presented symptoms.

Dr. Brandon, his wife Amanda, and their son currently reside in the greater surrounding San Antonio area. Camping, hiking, golfing, and fishing, are a few of the many hobbies they enjoy as a family while residing in the Texas Hill Country.

Lisa Owen

I am Lisa Owen, Chiropractic Assistant at Advanced Health Chiropractic. I have the pleasure of greeting patients, scheduling appointments, assisting Dr. Pounds with office duties and other duties as assigned.

I have always had a passion for serving others, which also works well with my outgoing, social personality.  As a wife, mother, veteran, and active member of our church I have had many opportunities to serve. I have defiantly been blessed to do what brings me joy. Being a part of Advanced Health Chiropractic is perfect for me. I am able to interact daily with people, their families, meet new people, laugh (which is very important), and see our patients progress in health.

I was born and raised in Houston, Tx. The first one in my family to join the military. I have lived in San Antonio with my husband and children since April 2015. The river, lake, ocean or pool are where you will find me once the weather is HOT.

Thank you for making my job a special place to be. See you soon!

“Serve one another in love.” Galatians 5:13

Kim Meyers CPT-CES, PN1

My movement journey began at a small fitness center in Troy, Ohio. After high school, I started taking classes when I noticed that my clothes were fitting a little too tightly. Six years into my Air Force career, I found myself taking college classes and doing fitness classes daily. I became such a regular at the local fitness center that I was teaching group fitness classes before long. I got my AFAA certification in 1990, and I’ve maintained various fitness certifications ever since.

In addition to fitness training, I became fascinated with how food choices affect health. I was reading food labels before reading food labels was cool! My continuing fitness education has given me a wealth of knowledge about how the foods we eat and the lifestyle choices we make can either cause or prevent all kinds of disorders.

The importance of preventative life habits hit even closer to home for me when my dad passed away. I learned that genetics is only part of the mix that determines our physical condition and longevity; the rest is up to our daily habits. We have a lot of power to influence our own health and happiness – as long as we know what choices and changes we need to make. That’s my passion: not only to enjoy many more happy years with my loved ones but to help you do the same.