Lane Family Chiropractic Staff
Dr. Tommy Lane
I wanted to take the time to give you a little history lesson about myself and Lane Family Chirorpactic. I am originally from Tarpon Springs, Fl. I grew up there, went to school there, and frequently visit there. I have always loved the diversity and community feeling in Tarpon Springs. I attended St. Petersburg Junior College where I obtained my Associate of Arts degree and played college baseball. I then received another baseball scholarship to attend Warner University. At Warner University, I achieved a double major with a Bachelors of Arts in Exercise Science and Biology. During my undergraduate schooling, I had the chance to work in a Physical Therapy and Rehab center where I knew that I wanted to help make changes in patient’s lives. Also while at Warner, I met the love of my life, Kellie and we have been happily married for the last 15 plus years. Upon graduation, I knew that I wanted to go onto Graduate school and decided to move to Marietta, Georgia to attend Life University. At Life University, I graduated with honors and received my Doctorate of Chiropractic degree. After sitting for the National and State Board Examinations, I stayed in Marietta for another 2 years where I practiced in a multi-discplinary practice and worked closely with the medical community. Family was the most important thing on our minds, so Kellie and I moved back to Florida to be near our families. We settled in the New Tampa area where I worked for another Physician for about a year. In September 2004, I founded Lane Family Chiropractic and have treated patients in the Carrollwood area ever since. Since moving to Carrollwood, I have served on numerous Boards, Carrollwood Area Business Association Past President, Hillsborough County Chiropractic Society President, Kiwanis Club of Carrollwood President, and numerous others. My staff and I have held many successful food drives, toy drives, and continually are voted Best in Customer Service and Health in the Carrollwood and Tampa Bay areas. I continue to be active in the community and promote a family style practice, where you feel at home. Please feel free to contact me through the webiste if you have any futher questions. I would be happy to answer them.
Dr. Yvette Suarez, Medical Doctor
Dr. Suarez completed
medical school in 2000 at Trauma Center University of Medicine and
Dentistry of New Jersey. She then completed a Residential program at
Arnold Palmer Hospital in Orlando Florida. Since her completion of
residency; she worked for 7 years as a Pediatric Emergency Physician in
Tampa and for 3 years as an Urgent Care Physician.
Dr. Katlyn Schmidt, D.C.
I am originally from the Panhandle of Florida where my family still resides. I attended Florida State University where I received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Exercise Science. It was after doing research at FSU School of Medicine that I decided I wanted to be a part of the medical field. I attended National University of Health Sciences and received my Doctorate of Chiropractic Medicine degree in 2016. During graduate school I worked in a Whole Health Clinic, helping patients with many different conditions and gaining experience with manual manipulation, Flexion & Distraction, decompression therapy, and other modalities. Helping to educate the public I volunteered time discussing general health care, nutrition and lifestyle topics. I also participated at Fisher House in a monthly volunteer program benefitting the families of veterans getting treatment at Bay Pines VA. To better my profession and expand the reach of chiropractic I spent time lobbying in Washington, D.C. on Capitol Hill. Away from the office, I spend most of my time with my husband Jake, son Emmitt, and our Rhodesian Ridgeback Jackson. We enjoy all the outdoor activities Florida has to offer.
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