Dr. Christy Lock Sutton

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My personal struggle with Crohn’s disease ignited and fueled my passion for holistic approaches to wellness. My debilitating health experiences with Crohn’s, and the process of overcoming them, gave me the empathy and knowledge to relate to my patients. In addition, my experiences and education have taught me how to better support and help people with autoimmune diseases, digestive disorders, nutritional deficiencies, fatigue, adrenal, thyroid, and blood sugar issues.

I believe in the importance of treating the whole person through finding and fixing the underlying cause of illness rather than just treating symptoms. Regardless of the issue—autoimmune disease, low back pain, infertility, hormonal issues, knee pain, plantar fascitis, childhood developmental deficiencies, or headache—I approach all my patients with the perspective of treating holistically through correcting or removing the cause.

My strength is my ability to evaluate each patient individually and customize a tailored program that is based on an individual’s structural stability, body chemistry, and emotional health. Ultimately, my goal is for my patients to have improved quality of life, decreased pain, improved energy, and a better understanding of how their problems originated.

I graduated with honors from Parker College of Chiropractic, and received major and minor degrees in Microbiology and Biochemistry from Texas State University. In addition, I have bachelor’s degrees in Anatomy as well as Health and Wellness. Furthering my education with extensive post-graduate classes, I combine cutting-edge alternative medicine treatments with foundations in science.

I am constantly continuing my education so that I can keep up to date on progressive breakthroughs in the healing arts. I am currently enrolled in the Carrick Chiropractic Neurology Program, which teaches practitioners to improve brain and nervous system function without drugs or surgery. Some of my post-graduate classes include:

Advanced Applied Kinesiology
Diagnosis and Treatment by Dr. John Bandy
Sports Injuries by Dr. John Bandy
Over 240 hours of Basic Applied Kinesiology by Dr. Mladenoff
Lumbar and Cervical Disc Diagnosis and Correction by Dr. John Bandy
Functional Blood Chemistry
Functional Endocrinology
Neurotransmitters and the Brain
Mastering the Thyroid taught by Datis Kharrazian
A Holistic Approach to Overcoming Thyroid Disorders by Dr. Brownstein
Nutritional Neurology by Dr. Dan Murphy
Carrick Neurology
Understanding the Complexity of Gluten Sensitivity
Cortisol and Melatonin Circadian Rhythm Physiology
Autoimmune Regulation by the Nitric Oxide and Glutathione System
Diagnosing and Treating Neurological Conditions by Dr. Hall
Breaking the Complex Web of Leaky Gut
The Brain-Gut Axis and Clinical Application

Doctorate of Chiropractic from Parker College of Chiropractic Cum Laude.

Bachelors of Science from Texas State University Cum Laude.

Major: Microbiology Minor: Biochemistry

Bachelors of Science from Parker College of Chiropractic Cum Laude.

Major: Anatomy

Major: Health and Wellness

In Addition, Dr. Sutton has completed extensive outside education in the field of health care. Some of which are included below.
-Functional Blood Chemistry from Apex energetics
-Functional Endocrinology from Apex energetics
-Neurotransmitters and the Brain from Apex energetics
-Mastering the Thyroid taught by Datis Karrazian
– over 200 hours of Applied kinesiology
-Extensively studied under Dr. John V. Bandy
-Nutritional Neurology by Dr. Dan Murphy
-Introduction to Neurochemistry by Steve Noseworthy
-Understanding the complexity of Gluten Sensitivity
-Cortisol and Melatonin circadian rhythm physiology

-Autoimmune regulation by the Nitric Oxide and Glutathione System

-Diagnosing and treating neurological conditions by Dr. Hall.

-Sports injuries by Dr. Bandy

-Breaking the Complex Web of Leaky Gut

-The Brain-Gut Axis and Clinical Application