Dr. Lauren Letz, DC
Dr. Lauren Letz loves being a chiropractor and feels extremely blessed to have the opportunity to help others! Dr. Letz graduated Summa Cum Laude from Parker College of Chiropractic as the class Salutatorian. She realized her calling to be a chiropractor while attending Texas A&M University, where her studies focused on Biomedical Science and Clinical Nutrition. She is very passionate about the importance of the spine being in the correct alignment, as well as the importance of proper physical fitness and nutrition. Dr. Letz takes great pride in her ability to focus on the patients needs. She works diligently to not only repair current problems but works to create a healthy environment so future spinal injuries do not arise. Dr. Letz treats her patients using a “whole body approach.” Her philosophy on health care is summed up in Thomas Edison’s famous quote, “The doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease.”
To understand her philosophy is to understand her favorite line, “You have only one spine and there is no such thing as a spinal transplant.”
Dr. Letz is always working to increase her levels of professionalism. In August of 2013, she completed her certification and is now offering Trigger Point Dry Needling as an adjunct to all the other Chiropractic services. In March of 2010, she completed the Certification program for the Titleist Performance Institute. For her patients that play golf, this gives her a great ability to treat from an incredible level of knowledge; allowing her to treat not only from a Chiropractic arena but also in the area of improving a patients ability to play better golf.
Dr. Andrea Roberts
Associate Doctor/Nutritional Expert
Dr. Andrea Roberts joined Path to Wellness in February of 2014.
She is, however, no stranger to the Fort Worth area as she has practiced here since 2009. She was formerly known as Dr. Sequeira and is bilingual in English and Spanish.
Andrea was born in Heredia, Costa Rica and is the younger of two daughters. She always knew she wanted to be in the healthcare field. A basketball injury in college involving her neck put her on the path to what eventually became her specialty. As a chiropractic patient, Dr. Roberts quickly learned the difference between sick care and true health care.
She attended Midwestern State University before transferring to Parker University, where she earned Bachelor of Science degrees in Health & Wellness and Human Anatomy as well as a Doctorate of Chiropractic in 2009. Considering herself a “student for life,” she has completed post-graduate work in clinical nutrition, biomechanics, metabolic conditions, healthy aging, and female and male health.
Because of her background, she has always enjoyed working with athletes. During her last year as an intern at Parker, Dr. Roberts had the honor of being selected to be one of two Team Doctors at the American Junior Olympic Baseball Tournament in Venezuela.
Dr. Ashley Salazar
Dr. Salazar joined Path to Wellness Chiropractic in August 2017.
Dr. Salazar is a 2011 Hardin-Simmons University graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology with a minor in Spanish. In 2012 she began the Doctorate of Chiropractic program at Parker University, in Dallas and graduated in 2015 with a Bachelors Degree in Anatomy, a Bachelor’s Degree in Health & Wellness, as well as a Doctorate in Chiropractic. Dr. Salazar is also certified in Rocktape Performance Movement Taping, Activator Technique, and various other soft tissue techniques for the biomechanical rehabilitation of joints.
Dr. Salazar’s passion is to bring the Chiropractic healing art to as many people as possible and demonstration to them how the power that made the body, can heal the body.
When Dr. Salazar is not in the clinic helping patients she is spending time in nature with her family and loved ones including her puppy, Beau.
Joyce Kenebrew joined Path to Wellness in October of 2017.
She was born in Dallas, TX but grew up in Amarillo, TX. She attended Baylor University starting off pre-med, but eventually switched to nursing. Her mother was in school to become a nurse, but was unable to finish due to starting a family, so continuing in her mother’s footsteps and to fulfill her own dream and passion for helping others, Joyce went on to get her degree in nursing.
Joyce attended Texas Woman’s University (TWU) in Houston, TX to obtain her Bachelors of Science in Nursing. She then worked at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center where her ministry through nursing was initially realized. After working for a year as a Registered Nurse, she returned to TWU to obtain her Master’s in Nursing. She continued in oncology for 1 year as an Advanced Practice Nurse before relocating to the DFW area. She then got experience dealing with musculoskeletal injuries at a clinic that specialized in treating injured federal employees for 4 years. Prior to starting here at Path to Wellness, she also worked in home health and at a Federally Qualified Health Clinic (FQHC) doing primary care where she treated patients from 81 different countries, some of whom had never received healthcare in the past.
She has been Family Nurse Practitioner for going on 10 years and can treat most medical conditions from the simple cold, strep throat, and flu to chronic illnesses such as diabetes, high blood pressure and asthma to name a few. She also does various types of injections for pain management. Joyce has a passion to see people at their best and strives to assist patients in their health and overall wellness. She has a passion for Christ and considers her career a ministry. She loves God, her family, and caring for others.
Pam joined Path to Wellness Chiropractic in April of 2009.
She comes from Toronto, Canada and moved to Minnesota where she attended Winona State College and received a degree in business. Pam is blessed two kids, Brittany and Michael who are both attending college in Texas.
Pam has taken to Chiropractic as if it were her only career. She is incredibly enthusiastic about helping our patients lead a healthier lifestyle. One thing is certain, you’ll never catch Pam sitting around. I think she started running directly from the womb.
“I look forward to helping Dr. Letz continue to grow her practice and more importantly, helping our patients on their Path to Wellness,” stated Pam.
Please give Pam a big hug the next time you stop by the Clinic… if not she will hug you first.
Front Desk and Insurance Manager
Olivia joined the office in August 2010.
Born in Durango, Mexico and raised here in Fort Worth; Olivia is always busy either here at the office or at home with her boys, Angel and Ezequiel III and her husband Ezequiel who is a handful. Ha Ha!
Olivia loves working at Path to Wellness; she understands how hectic life is and will always try to find an appointment suited for your life style. Next time you come in to our office she will be waiting for you with a big smile.
Born in California, raised in Fort Worth. Graduated from North Side High School in 2012 and I’m about to graduate from Kaplan College. I was blessed with the opportunity of finishing my externship at path to Wellness Chiropractic, and was fortunate enough to start working with these lovely ladies. I enjoy working front desk and I love the fun, loving, and caring culture this office offers.