HealthSource of Arlington Matlock
3330 Matlock Rd
Arlington, TX 76015
HealthSource of Arlington-Matlock, TX, is your local source for high quality chiropractic care for both you and your family. We create hope, vision and a fun action plan to help you get back to life! If you have unexplained neck pain, joint pain, or back pain, we'll help you find the source of the problem and will get you the relief you need. We also offer non-invasive treatment of bulging discs, sciatica, arthritis, and other conditions. We develop a treatment plan just for you, combining chiropractic care, Progressive Rehab, and overall wellness care to help you eliminate pain so you can get back to feeling like yourself.
Meet Our Local Team of Professionals
Dr. Michelle Montgomery-Peters, D.C.
Dr. Peters, a native Texan, is a 2003 Parker University Graduate. In 2004 she traveled to Australia where she practiced for over seven years. While in Australia, she was a regular featured spokesperson to cancer groups, assisted numerous children suffering with learning disabilities and helped people with sleeping disorders. She also was the team chiropractor for the athletes at Delta Gymnastics Club and served at local, regional, state and national competitions within Australia. She returned to the United States, and in March of 2013, opened her office in Arlington, TX. Dr. Peters treats patients with chiropractic and incorporates progressive rehabilitation exercises along with modalities such as spinal decompression and manual therapy including ART, FDM and Rocktape when clinically indicated.
Dr. Peters’ post-graduate emphasis has focused on sports, pediatrics, pregnancy and wellness. In fact, Chiropractic has allowed her to continue in her sport of choice gymnastics even into her 30's. She knows that optimal health is a process and a choice that requires dedication and commitment. Whether patients come to her to increase their performance for their next big competition or want to be able to garden and go for walks without pain, she listens to their individual health concerns and find health strategies to help them achieve their goals one step at a time. Dr. Peters provides her patients with remarkable service – she states this is because she wants them to “remark” about their treatment to their friends and family.
Additionally, Dr. Peters dedicates time during the week to give back to the community. Her community mornings include everything from massages for local businesses, educational seminars, spinal hygiene classes for schools and seasonal events such as Habitat for Humanity and Relay for Life. Her team’s mission is to get people back to enjoying their lives while encouraging a pro-active approach to health.
Parker University - Doctorate of Chiropractic - with Honors, 2003.
Parker University - B.S. in Anatomy, 2002. Texas A&M University - B.S. in Biomedical Science, 2000.
Lamar University - Texas Academy of Leadership in the Humanities, 1997.
James Bowie High School, 1997.
Pregnancy - FICPA, Webster Certified
Rocktape - Functional Movement Technique (FMT)
Fascial Distortion Model (FDM)
Active Release Technique (ART)
Kaleb Valdez is a native of Kahuku, Oahu, Hawaii. He entered the chiropractic profession when his niece, Kimber, was diagnosed with Prader-Willi Syndrome, and he began his mission to inspire families to take control of their own health and wellness." He believes that families focused on restoring and preserving optimum function lead stronger, more loving, and more fulfilling lives.
Kaleb employs a variety of techniques for pregnancy, newborn, pediatric, and geriatric care. He teaches adjusting techniques to other doctors and students of chiropractic, and has delivered several national research presentations related to neurology and the science of chiropractic. He is the leading advocate for chiropractic care within the global Prader-Willi Syndrome community. He also helped create a lifesaving app called TeamSafe™ that promotes youth sports safety the proper intervention for concussion and sports injuries. Kaleb works with patients of all ages who are interested in proactively restoring health and maintaining wellness. He has a passion for excellence and knows that healthy, active kids become healthy, active adults. He is involved in the community and regularly shares workshops and lectures on a variety of health-related topics.
He studied in Mexico, Arizona, Hawaii, Jerusalem, and graduates from Parker University in Dallas, Texas in April of this year. His undergraduate education focused on international business and protocol, with an emphasis in Near Eastern studies. In addition to working with HealthSource, Kaleb also serves a South Pacific island nation, by helping to develop small business, improve access to early childhood education, energy, waste and resource management, and especially healthcare. He's worked closely with a children's home in Cambodia and a school in Ivory Coast to end child slavery in the cacao industry. He serves on the advisory board for the Rachel Covey Foundation “Bridle Up Hope”, a world-class organization dedicated to instilling confidence in riders through equine-assisted therapy. He plays the piano and sings in a nationally renowned choir, is currently writing several books. He loves to cook, travel, meet new people, and learn new languages.
Parker University – Doctor of Chiropractic, April 2018.
Brigham Young University - Hawai'i – Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies, 2012.
Eastern Arizona College - Associate of Business Management, 2010.
Eastern Arizona College - Associate of Foreign Languages, 2010.
Academia Juarez - Biological Sciences, 2006
My name is Chaynade, or Chay for short. I am the Rehabilitation Specialist at HealthSource of Arlington Matlock in Texas. I have been here for the past 3 years and love the interaction I get with the patients.
I am originally from Vancouver, Canada and moved here for a Gymnastics Scholarship to Texas Women’s University in 2008. I was a gymnast for 20 years (starting when I was 2yrs), coached gymnastics for 8 years, and was a personal trainer for 3 years through college. It is safe to say that I have been around the body for my whole life, and I intend to continue aiding people with their pains and compensations to help guide them to their goals. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and Minor in Health Science, a Diploma in Osteopathy and graduated with my Doctorate in Osteopathy in 2017.
I have continued to educate myself through seminars and different certifications so that I can bring new and updated knowledge to the practice and to better serve the patients that want to continue to learn and educate themselves in areas that they need most.
My favorite part is seeing the growth of each patient. Seeing them accomplish things they never thought they could do such as doing exercises on a stability ball. And by the end of their care wanting to show and teach their friends what they have learned here.
Favorite food: Hot Wings
Favorite animal: Monkey specifically Albino pygmy monkeys
Favorite color: Purple and Lime Green
My weakness are movies! I love all romantic comedies and almost any movie based in the 1700-1800s especially Jane Austen.
Make sure to make an appointment today to reconnect with your body.
Quandacia "Q" Lane
My name is Quandacia (Quan-day-cia) Lane. I spent my early childhood years in the small town of Eudora, Arkansas located along the Louisiana and Mississippi borders, until relocating to Texas at the age of nine years old.
In 2010, I joined the United States Marine Corps after high school graduation, where I served as a food specialist, also often referred to as “every marine’s best friend.”
On January 21, 2012, my life was turned upside down after a car accident on Camp Pendleton Base in San Diego where I lost my husband and the love of my life. He absorbed most of the impact which contributed to my survival. I suffered a fractured femur, ribs, pubic joint, and collapsed lungs. Because of this traumatic experience, I was honorably discharged from United States of Marines in 2013. I then underwent physical rehabilitation and counseling which has given me a personal understanding and empathy toward fellow patients under my care. I attribute my experiences to exemplify the ability to overcome even the most unfortunate of life-changing experiences.
I have an amazing 3-year old daughter named Katelyn, and I’m the oldest sibling of two sisters and a younger brother. My family also includes a Pitbull, Bruce Wayne and Robyn, a teacup yorkie. In my spare time, I enjoy fun and active activities such as bowling, go-kart riding, laser tag, and especially basketball, which has been my favorite sport since I was younger. My love of basketball and dedication helped me earned the role of Captain of my varsity team at Lancaster High School and a spot on the All-Marines female basketball team. Presently, as of a couple of years, I also serve as a volunteer assistant basketball coach teaching classes in strength and conditioning and basketball skill training for children age 12 and under.
In 2017, I graduated from the University of Texas in Arlington with bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology Exercise and Science, and I’m in the process becoming a certified personal trainer in corrective exercise.