Dr. Edward Tang

Dr. Edward Tang has found that his life experiences helped lead him to a career in medicine. During his seven years as a chiropractor, prior to attending medical school, he found himself with facing certain limitations when dealing with patients’ various conditions. Because of this, he decided to further his education in the medical field.

Dr. Tang attended Medical University of Lodz in Poland. During his third year, once clinics began, he soon found himself drawn to the medicine ward. Dr. Tang would often arrive early to record patients’ history and perform clinical exams before general rounds began. He found himself fascinated by the way even small changes in symptoms and other clinical signs could lead to varying interpretations from one patient to the next. The many variations in physiological systems within internal medicine made the process of making a diagnosis even more challenging.

Ultimately, Dr. Tang found his internship in medicine to be both clinically and personally rewarding. Through his experiences, he found a sense of commitment to the practice, along with a genuine interest and strong ability to empathize and communicate with patients of all ages.

 

Dr. Daniel Canchola

In 1993, Dr. Daniel Canchola graduated from Texas Tech University Health Science Center with a Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology. In May 1997, he earned his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, TX.

A board-certified family practice physician with over 15 years of practice throughout North Texas, Dr. Canchola is experienced in urgent care, family medicine, and diabetes care. Currently, he is the Medical Director at River Oaks Spine Center, offering a multi-disciplinary approach to give patients the best possible care. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and twin sons at their home in Flower Mound.

 

Reagan Woodwell, LMT

As a licensed therapist in the state of Texas, Reagan Woodwell has more than six years of experience and over 6,000 massage hours under Dr. Edward Tang’s supervision. Throughout his career as a massage therapist, Reagan has learned that every session is different. Every patient has a unique set of experiences, as well as a distinctive relationship with their own body. With this in mind, Reagan tailors each massage session to the individual needs of his patients. His bodywork—which includes trigger point therapy, medical massage, myofascial release, muscle energy techniques (METs), muscle stripping, Swedish massage, and more—is treatment-oriented and personalized.

Reagan graduated from the 570 hour Professional Massage Mastery Program at the Institute of Bodywork Studies in 2011. Reagan focused on deep tissue techniques with an emphasis on fascial bodywork. He also completed training in pre-natal, chair massage, lymphatic, shiatsu, and aromatherapy. Reagan is currently working on his Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology at the University of North Texas. When he is not at work or school, he enjoys watching and playing just about any sport, as well as lifting weights and jogging.