Dr. Brandi Griffin
Greetings and a warm welcome to Pearland Family Chiropractic.
I am Dr. Brandi Griffin, from the charming town of Danbury, situated a mere 25 minutes south of Pearland.
A proud graduate of Baylor University and Texas Chiropractic College, my journey into the field of chiropractic was gently nudged by my mother, who, it seems, had grown impatient waiting for my post-Baylor career decisions.
My professional development includes extensive training through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA). Leveraging hands-on techniques, I specialize in the correction of subluxations, facilitating the restoration of your innate intelligence's vital connections.
Now, let's dive into the concept of Innate Intelligence. How does this intrinsic wisdom within your body orchestrate seamless communication among its various components? It orchestrates the healing of your injured thumb when accidentally struck by a hammer and simultaneously tends to a bacterial infection in your left foot. It possesses the discernment to absorb essential nutrients while rejecting others and, at the same time, nurtures the growth and development of muscles you've diligently worked on at the gym. This innate intelligence, a divine endowment, operates within our bodies, designed to guide our development and sustain our health throughout our lifespans.
Within the realm of chiropractic, I've had the privilege of assisting in safer and expedited labor experiences for both mothers and babies, having attended numerous births. My interventions encompass pelvic alignments for mothers and meticulous assessments of newborns for potential subluxations. I firmly advocate for the immediate post-delivery evaluation of all infants.
My practice extensively involves working with infants and children, with a track record of successful subluxation corrections in pediatric cases encompassing conditions such as ear infections, colic, acid reflux, shoulder dystocia, torticollis, ADD/ADHD, and various other health concerns that often remain unresolved by conventional treatments.
My ultimate mission is to impart knowledge about chiropractic care to as many mothers and children as possible while simultaneously addressing subluxations, one precise adjustment at a time.
Dr. Michelle Williams-Hutson
Chiropractor & Massage Therapist
I am Dr. A. Michelle Williams Hutson.
I was born and raised in Lafayette, Louisiana but made my way to Atlanta, Georgia for undergrad and obtained a B.S. in Biology from Morris Brown College (MBC). Yes, the school that was in the movie Drumline.
It was while at MBC that I developed an interest in Chiropractic. The words "using your hands to help heal the body" ressonnated with me and led me to Texas Chiropractic College.
I am also a licensed massage therapist. It was once a back-up plan to Chiropractic but now is an intergral part in what I do. I apply the skills and knowledge that I learned in my education and practical application of these two professions. So, I adjust and provide individualized bodywork to help balance the body allowing one's innate intelligence to reconnect to itself.
I assist Moms during pregnacy and after pregnancy with all the changes their body is going through during that time, and infant massage when needed. I also work with professional athletes and athletic adolescents with
injury prevention, maintenance, and recovery.
My goal is to educate Moms and all levels of athletes about the benefits of Chiropractic and Massage as being a consistent part of one's health in prevention and maintenance.
When not at PFC, Dr. Michelle is instructing future massage therapists or sharing her bodywork knowledge and experince to ther massage therapists through continuing education as a massage Therapy Instructor.
Dr. Michelle Baldwin
I am Dr. Michelle Baldwin. I recently graduated from Texas Chiropractic College. While At TCC I received my Doctor of Chiropractic in August 2023 and a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Biology April 2023. My college career started at University of Houston Clear Lake with my first Bachelors of Science in Psychology in April 2012, followed by a second Bachelors of Science in Biological Sciences with a Concentration in Physiology and Pre-Health in June 2017.
I have known since I was 9 years old, I wanted to go into the medical field. I’ve had my heart set on being a pediatric doctor since then. On my journey to medical school, I found chiropractic and instantly fell in love with it and the more I learned about it the more I was excited to become a chiropractor. I love that I can still do pediatrics and prenatal as a chiropractor, but having a total wellness approach is what sold me.
I have started my International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) certification. I have already taken classes in adjusting courses focusing on infant and children, prenatal health and nutrition, and breastfeeding. I have also completed a 100-hour acupuncture receiving my certification in October 2022. I received my activator certification in June 2021.