Meet the Doctors

Meet the Doctors

Dr. Aaron Cain

Dr. Aaron Cain graduated from Hastings College in the fall of 2012 with a degree in Biology with an emphasis on Exercise Science. He then enrolled at Parker University in Dallas, Texas to start his chiropractic education. While at Parker University, Dr. Cain took on many leadership roles such as Vice President of multiple technique clubs, National Board representative, liaison between Parker University and the Collective Leadership Alliance and was selected to participate in the Dallas Veteran’s Administration Internship Program. While at the Dallas Veteran’s Hospital, Dr. Cain took care of hundreds of veterans with a wide range of disabilities and health concerns. After graduating from Parker University with a Doctorate of Chiropractic, Dr. Cain worked at some of the largest family-based chiropractic clinics in the United States. Dr. Cain has experience in five clinics in three states. In October of 2017, Impact Family Chiropractic opened its doors and is striving to be the largest family-focused, neurologically based, chiropractic clinic in the state.

Dr. Cain lives in Round Rock, Texas with his wife Alanna and son Braden who recently turned two years old. He and his wife are both originally from Colorado Springs, Colorado and moved to Texas in 2013 when Dr. Cain started at Parker University. Dr. Cain and his family have always enjoyed the outdoors including hiking, camping, fishing and dirt bike riding. Dr. Cain grew up playing almost every sport and played four years of college basketball in Colorado and Nebraska. He and his family are very active in the community, their local church and enjoy spending time with family and friends.

Dr. Aaron Cain

Dr. Aaron Cain

Owner, IMPACT Family Chiropractic

Dr. Aaron Cain

Dr. Aaron Cain

Owner, IMPACT Family Chiropractic

Dr. Aaron Cain

Dr. Aaron Cain graduated from Hastings College in the fall of 2012 with a degree in Biology with an emphasis on Exercise Science. He then enrolled at Parker University in Dallas, Texas to start his chiropractic education. While at Parker University, Dr. Cain took on many leadership roles such as Vice President of multiple technique clubs, National Board representative, liaison between Parker University and the Collective Leadership Alliance and was selected to participate in the Dallas Veteran’s Administration Internship Program. While at the Dallas Veteran’s Hospital, Dr. Cain took care of hundreds of veterans with a wide range of disabilities and health concerns. After graduating from Parker University with a Doctorate of Chiropractic, Dr. Cain worked at some of the largest family-based chiropractic clinics in the United States. Dr. Cain has experience in five clinics in three states. In October of 2017, Impact Family Chiropractic opened its doors and is striving to be the largest family-focused, neurologically based, chiropractic clinic in the state.

Dr. Cain lives in Round Rock, Texas with his wife Alanna and son Braden who recently turned two years old. He and his wife are both originally from Colorado Springs, Colorado and moved to Texas in 2013 when Dr. Cain started at Parker University. Dr. Cain and his family have always enjoyed the outdoors including hiking, camping, fishing and dirt bike riding. Dr. Cain grew up playing almost every sport and played four years of college basketball in Colorado and Nebraska. He and his family are very active in the community, their local church and enjoy spending time with family and friends.

Dr. Lisa Bingham

Fascinated by the human body since a young age, Dr. Lisa always knew she wanted to help people be their healthiest. Her athletic endeavors in volleyball and track lead her to her first chiropractic adjustment to keep her body functioning and performing at a high level.

Dr. Lisa went to undergraduate school at Texas State University on a track scholarship where she graduated with a degree in Exercise Sports Science Pre- Physical Therapy. From there her passion for helping people lead her to graduate school at Parker University in Dallas, Texas, where she graduated with her Doctor of Chiropractic Degree.

While in chiropractic school Dr. Lisa found her love for all things prenatal and pediatric. She was a part of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association Family Wellness Club. She did her internship at a large prenatal and pediatric practice in Fort Worth, Texas where she refined her skills for caring for this unique population.

Dr. Lisa is certified in Webster Technique, a specific chiropractic analysis and diversified adjustment of the sacrum, which is safe and effective to use during pregnancy. She is also a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, keeping her at the forefront of the best care and techniques to serve moms and children.

A mom herself, Dr. Lisa now lives in Cedar Park with her husband, son and a baby girl on the way. She was born in Tucson, Arizona but has lived in Texas most of her life. Dr. Lisa enjoys exploring the outdoors with her family, cooking delicious paleo recipes with her son and doing hot yoga.

Dr. Lisa Bingham

Dr. Lisa Bingham

Dr. Lisa Bingham

Dr. Lisa Bingham

Dr. Lisa Bingham

Fascinated by the human body since a young age, Dr. Lisa always knew she wanted to help people be their healthiest. Her athletic endeavors in volleyball and track lead her to her first chiropractic adjustment to keep her body functioning and performing at a high level.

Dr. Lisa went to undergraduate school at Texas State University on a track scholarship where she graduated with a degree in Exercise Sports Science Pre- Physical Therapy. From there her passion for helping people lead her to graduate school at Parker University in Dallas, Texas, where she graduated with her Doctor of Chiropractic Degree.

While in chiropractic school Dr. Lisa found her love for all things prenatal and pediatric. She was a part of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association Family Wellness Club. She did her internship at a large prenatal and pediatric practice in Fort Worth, Texas where she refined her skills for caring for this unique population.

Dr. Lisa is certified in Webster Technique, a specific chiropractic analysis and diversified adjustment of the sacrum, which is safe and effective to use during pregnancy. She is also a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, keeping her at the forefront of the best care and techniques to serve moms and children.

A mom herself, Dr. Lisa now lives in Cedar Park with her husband, son and a baby girl on the way. She was born in Tucson, Arizona but has lived in Texas most of her life. Dr. Lisa enjoys exploring the outdoors with her family, cooking delicious paleo recipes with her son and doing hot yoga.

Dr. Nate Funk

Dr. Nate Funk received his undergraduate degree from Creighton University and his Doctorate in Chiropractic from Parker University in Dallas, TX. His passion for pediatric and family chiropractic started in chiropractic school while preparing for the birth of his son, studying the impact stress has on the nervous system and its effect on childhood brain development. It led to his internship at a world-renowned brain injury institute in Dallas and completion of a combined 200+ hours of seminar and continuing education in pediatric analysis, pediatric developmental neurology, full spine and upper cervical spine analysis. He is currently working towards his certification in Childhood Developmental Learning Disabilities and Behavioral Disorders through the International Association of Functional Neurology (IAFNR). He was the catalyst for the opening of Brain Balance Achievement Centers (Hutto) in 2018 and now serves as an advisor to the program.

Dr. Nate was born and raised in Sioux City, IA, now lives in Cedar Park with his wife, three year old son, a baby girl on the way, and boxer Apollo. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, playing golf, teaching kids basketball skills lessons, attempting home improvement projects, watching Notre Dame football (stressfully), cheering on his alma mater – Creighton basketball, and doing anything outdoors. He was inducted into both the Creighton University Athletics and Iowa High School Athletics Hall of Fame for his standout basketball career. He played professional basketball in Germany and Turkey following his collegiate career. During chiropractic school, he volunteered at Dallas Parish Episcopal School as a basketball coach.

Dr. Nate Funk

Dr. Nate Funk

Dr. Nate Funk

Dr. Nate Funk

Dr. Nate Funk

Dr. Nate Funk received his undergraduate degree from Creighton University and his Doctorate in Chiropractic from Parker University in Dallas, TX. His passion for pediatric and family chiropractic started in chiropractic school while preparing for the birth of his son, studying the impact stress has on the nervous system and its effect on childhood brain development. It led to his internship at a world-renowned brain injury institute in Dallas and completion of a combined 200+ hours of seminar and continuing education in pediatric analysis, pediatric developmental neurology, full spine and upper cervical spine analysis. He is currently working towards his certification in Childhood Developmental Learning Disabilities and Behavioral Disorders through the International Association of Functional Neurology (IAFNR). He was the catalyst for the opening of Brain Balance Achievement Centers (Hutto) in 2018 and now serves as an advisor to the program.

Dr. Nate was born and raised in Sioux City, IA, now lives in Cedar Park with his wife, three year old son, a baby girl on the way, and boxer Apollo. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, playing golf, teaching kids basketball skills lessons, attempting home improvement projects, watching Notre Dame football (stressfully), cheering on his alma mater – Creighton basketball, and doing anything outdoors. He was inducted into both the Creighton University Athletics and Iowa High School Athletics Hall of Fame for his standout basketball career. He played professional basketball in Germany and Turkey following his collegiate career. During chiropractic school, he volunteered at Dallas Parish Episcopal School as a basketball coach.

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2681 Gattis School Rd. #140

Round Rock, TX 78664

512-726-2120

[email protected]

Monday: 10am-1pm, 3-6pm

Tuesday: 3-6pm

Wednesday: 10am-1pm, 3-6pm

Thursday: 10am-1pm, 3-6pm

Friday: Closed

Saturday & Sunday: Closed

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