Dr. Keith Shotwell
Dr. Keith Shotwell is a 30 year resident of Nacogdoches County. He is a retired police officer and a 16 year veteran chief investigator of the Nacogdoches County, County Attorney’s Office.
His interest in chiropractic began during his youth and high school years in League City, Texas, but was never acted upon until his reaching retirement eligibility. Dr. Shotwell is a graduate of Texas Chiropractic College and is State certified practitioner in acupuncture, Kinesiotape and Graston soft-tissue therapy.
He interned at Moody Health Center, The Bridge-Over-Troubled Waters Women’s Shelter and Rice University Athletic Department in Houston Texas. Dr. Shotwell feels that much of his adjusting techniques and treatment methods were most affected by and honed while treating the athletes at Rice University and he is most appreciative of the opportunities and experiences acquired there.
Dr. Shotwell spends much of his free time with his daughter, Madison and their two horses, Dude and Roany. He enjoys outdoor activities, fitness training and is an avid horseman and trainer.
Dr. Taylor Fraccastoro
Dr. Taylor Fraccastoro spent her childhood in Southeast Texas where she took a great interest in sports and other outdoor activities. She was later awarded a prestigious softball scholarship at Stephen F. Austin State University which she attended for 4 years. She graduated in May 2018 with her Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science.
She began to seek chiropractic care during her first colligate season in Nacogdoches. This is where she began to discover and understand the value of chiropractic and its benefits. In her last semester of her collegiate career, she applied, and was accepted into the Texas Chiropractic College program. She is now a graduate, and a Board-Certified Chiropractor in the state of Texas.
She interned at Moody Health Clinic in Pasadena, Texas, for a little over a year where she trained and refined her skills in adjusting, needling, soft tissue, taping, and much more. Dr. Fraccastoro was able to perform in depth assessments, evaluations, and care for individuals of all ages, abilities, and uniqueness.
Dr. Fraccastoro enjoys spending her free time with her family and friends, along with her dog, Charlie. She also has a great passions for strength training and the outdoors.