Jamie Marshall D.C.
Dr. Marshall has been serving the Magnolia and surrounding area for over 6 years as a Chiropractor. She started her private practice Quality of Life Chiropractic March 1, 2012. She graduated college with honors from West Texas A&M University (Canyon, TX) with a degree in Sports and Exercise Science. She enjoyed playing soccer as the starting Goalkeeper at WTAMU all four years. After undergraduate school, she pursued and graduated with honors from the prestigious Palmer College of Chiropractic (Davenport, IA). During her time at school she not only learned spinal adjustments but focused on athletic performance and extremity work.
After graduating from Palmer Chiropractic College in 2009 she wanted to come HOME to TEXAS. For two years she worked in a busy chiropractic practice in Houston. She joined Fellowship of the Woodlands Church and met her husband Aaron there. They married March of 2011 and look forward to raising their family in Magnolia. They love all sports and especially golf. Aaron was on the Adams Tour Golf Series 2013-2015.
Dr. Marshall encourages her patients to ask questions about their health, because questions make their healthcare a personal journey. She is family focused and adjust all ages from newborns to seniors, weekend warriors to high school athletes.
Magnolia Parkway Chamber of Commerce (Board Member 2013-2015)
Magnolia Area Chamber of Commerce
North Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Texas Chiropractic Association
Team Doctor (NPSL) for the Houston Dutch Lions Soccer Professional Development Squad.
I am native of Dallas, Texas and the youngest of five children. My love for chiropractic started at the age of THREE! My first miracle was when my mom took me to the Chiropractor due to constant ear aches and sinus issues. After a few visits I was off all antibiotics and my ears drained. My mom called it a miracle because I was not a fussy sick kid anymore. My second miracle with chiropractic happened in middle school. I started noticing I had a hard time focusing in school and around the same time I was also becoming more active in sports. I visited the Chiropractor who informed me that all my sports collisions caused a lot of pinched irritated nerves in my neck and back that kept me from excelling in the classroom. After a few treatments I noticed I was sleeping better and had better focus on and off the field. My scores improved and I fell in love with chiropractic. I knew I wanted to be a chiropractor to help others ACHIEVE A BETTER QUALITY OF LIFE!
Charlsie Mitchell, D.C.
Dr. Mitchell was born and raised in Cypress, TX where she attended Cy-Fair High School. Upon graduation she began her journey into health and wellness at Texas A&M University where she graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in 2015. While attending college, Dr. Mitchell would discover how amazing the body was and how it has an amazing ability to heal that would lead her into Chiropractic.
Dr. Mitchell received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Parker University in Dallas, TX in December of 2018. While in school she had the opportunity to travel to Maryland to work in an integrated clinic where she saw just how vital Chiropractic is in the healthcare world. She was also able to further develop her passion for women’s health. Dr. Mitchell was able to gain knowledge in pelvic floor rehab, as well as general rehab for the everyday person.
Her favorite part of being a chiropractor is empowering patients when it comes to their health. She loves showing patients how to take charge and understand just how incredible their body is. She is Webster Certified and plans to further her knowledge this year through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association’s seminars to better serve mom’s and kiddos.
Cerita Gaddi, D.C.
Dr. Gaddi was born the Philippines and raised in multiple states but California is home to her. Began her journey into health and wellness at The University of California Sacramento where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with concentration in Rehabilitation in 2010. While attending undergrad, Dr. Gaddi did a lot of volunteer work with Physical Therapy and Pediatric Therapy and Occupational Therapy.
She moved to Dallas, Tx and started her massage therapy career because she wanted to treat more naturally without pain medicine. She then realized she could do more as a chiropractor and received her Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from Parker University in Dallas, Tx August of 2017. While in school she had the opportunity using her massage skills to join a chiropractic clinic and learn new cases and how to treat.
Her favorite part of being a chiropractor is helping people realize the potential self-healing of the body. She is Webster Certified and plans to further her knowledge through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association’s seminars to better serve pregnant patients and kids of all ages. She currently resides in Magnolia with her Husband Austin and 1 dog.
Chelsea Gillam, D.C.
Dr. Gillam was born and raised in Bossier City, Louisiana. While in undergraduate school at Louisiana Tech University, she was introduced to chiropractic through an honors society. She immediately felt intrigued and needed to find out more about the amazing possibilities chiropractic had to offer, and she never looked back. She graduated from Louisiana Tech in 2012 with her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology and Minor in Chemistry, and went on to get her Doctorate of Chiropractic at Parker University in Dallas, TX in April of 2017. Dr. Gillam is very passionate about unlocking her patient’s full potential through chiropractic care! She is happy to serve all ages from birth to the elderly. It is her dream to have a healthier happier community that relies first on the incredible healing power of our own bodies!
“After being introduced to the concept of chiropractic in undergraduate school, I felt a weird connection and pull towards it. I called my parents to ask them about it because it was all new for me. I had heard of chiropractors, but never understood the impact they could make on overall health and wellness. To my surprise, my father, who is a Vietnam War veteran, told me that a chiropractor was the only person who was able to help him with his knee and shoulder injuries from his time in the service. Next time I was in town, my dad took me to meet his chiropractor, and I got my very first chiropractic adjustment at the age of 19. I won’t lie, I was a little nervous at first, but afterwards I stood up and honestly felt like I was inches taller. It was amazing, and the benefits didn’t stop there. I had awful allergies all my life, and I soon noticed that was no longer the case. I hope that I can now help my community achieve similar results with chiropractic care!”
He is a Labradoodle and is great with KIDS! Don’t worry he stays in the back office and is very quiet. Very low shedding which makes him hypoallergenic.