Dr. Martin shows great attention to detail in his approach to treating patients.  If you are looking for a doctor who is kind, compassionate, results driven and willing to treat the whole patient, not just the condition, then you are in the right place.

Originally from Kansas, Dr. Martin received his D.C. and B.S. degrees, magna cum laude, from Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City.  Undergraduate studies were performed at Butler County Community College and Washburn University while attending on baseball scholarships.  His notable achievements include participating in the Junior College World Series and becoming Washburn’s first player to receive the most valuable player award two consecutive years.

Dr. Martin constantly strives to improve and update his knowledge in the field of Chiropractic and Rehabilitation.  He has completed post-graduate study emphasizing the treatment and rehabilitation of whiplash injuries, physical impairments, headaches, neck and back pain.

After working three years as an Associate Doctor for another Chiropractor, Dr. Martin decided to start his private practice and founded Schertz Chiropractic in 2005.

His favorite hobbies include golf, playing guitar and spending time with his family.

Dr. Mathew is originally from Chicago and comes to us following practicing in Magnolia, Texas.  He received his D.C. and B.S. degrees from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. His undergraduate studies were completed at the University of Illinois at Chicago and at Palmer.  While at Palmer he participated in several extra-curricular activities including: Motion Palpation, Activator and Applied Kinesiology Clubs.

Dr. Mathew believes in continuing to build his knowledge of Chiropractic, rehabilitation and wellness.  He has completed several post-graduate studies in Applied Kinesiology, Cox Flexion Distraction and is National Board Certified and Physiotherapy Certified.  He is a member of the American Chiropractic Association.

Dr. Mathew firmly believes in Chiropractic principles and his philosophy of practice is that your body heals itself.”  He shows great attention to detail, compassion and empathy as he treats the whole patient, not just the condition that is presented. He believes that patient interaction makes him a stronger person.

A Day in the Life of Dr. Dan would include activities like: playing football, 8-ball pool, traveling and reading research papers.

He grew up in the Indian Orthodox church and one of the most influential people in his life is his grandfather.

He steadfastly believes:

“If you love what you do you will be successful.”

In June 2010, Melissa became a member of our team.  She is an Air Force, Stay-at-Home-Mom, and Homeschooling Veteran.  She has served in many capacities in Scouting, Band, and Homeschooling.  She is an avid quilter, loves to quote movie lines and is still scared of the movie “Jaws.”  She is the bass drummer for Silver Thistle Pipes and Drums.

She is currently pursuing an education in essential oil therapy at the American College of Healthcare Sciences.

She has 4 married children and is Memaw to Eric Benjamin, Joshua Daniel, Chayton Jaren, Evelyn Anne, and another on the way.


Abby joined our team in May 2015 and has recently moved to a part-time basis.  She enjoys reading, martial arts, dancing, and is somewhat of an over achiever.  She loves drawing, hiking, swimming, spending time with her husband and newest family member-Zoe.