Meet Dr. Woywood
Dr. R. Brian Woywood, D.C.
Licensed Chiropractor, Dr. Brian Woywood serves Northeast San Antonio from his office in Live Oak, near Universal City.
Helping to restore Texas families to good health since 1989, Dr. Woywood is committed to putting his more than 25 years experience to work helping South Texas, one family at-a-time.
Dr. Woywood's "whole person" approach to wellness means looking for underlying causes of any disturbance or disruption (which may or may not be causing symptoms at the time) and making whatever interventions and lifestyle adjustments that will optimize the conditions for normal function. Using this unique approach, Dr. Woywood is able to help you to accelerate and/or maintain your journey to good health.
A 1980 graduate of Jack C. Hays High School in Buda, Texas, Dr. Woywood studied music at Southwestern University. He was the principal tubist in both the symphonic band and the orchestra and was a trombonist in the jazz band. He transferred to Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State University) to continue his music studies. In 1985, he moved to Dallas to pursue his education in chiropractic at Parker University. While in Dallas, he worked as a professional musician playing bass guitar in musicals at Theatre Three, Dallas Repertory Theater and numerous community theaters. The numerous shows he played included The Man of La Mancha, Birds of Paradise, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, and Six Women with Brain Death. He also performed with the touring vocal group RSVP and played three seasons with the Dallas Summer Musicals Guild.
At Parker University he joined the Delta Sigma Chi fraternity, the oldest professional fraternity in existence, was active in the Student American Chiropractic Association and formed the Parker Chapter of the Student Texas Chiropractic Association. Excelling in his studies he passed the required National and Texas State Board exams achieving the highest score in his group of examinees for the State Board.
Since graduation in 1989 his postgraduate studies have included certifications in electromyography, manipulation under anesthesia, spinal corrective therapy, clinical nutrition, and regenerative cellular therapy.
As chairman of the board of the Randolph Metrocom Chamber of Commerce he oversaw the completion of a transition to a mobile chamber and the rebranding of the institution to the more inclusive name Tri-County Chamber of Commerce. He has been serving church music ministry at various churches since 1995. As a member of Chapel Hill United Methodist Church, he served on the governing board. In the Recovery at San Antonio service held by that church, he was the bassist in the band and assisted in leading worship and selecting songs. As a member of Optimists International he helped form the Metrocom Optimist Club. He currently serves the music ministry at St Matthew's UMC of San Antonio.
He has also served as a Designated Doctor for the Texas Department of Insurance Division of Workers Compensation traveling the state examining injured workers to help the Division settle disputes between the workers and the insurance companies.
He has four adult children (Michael, Emily, Geoffrey and Alex), six grandchildren (William, Benjamin, Levi, Fhiona, Annabelle, and Zach), three dogs (Archer, Hoshi, and Dakota) and two cats (Lokai and Tribbles). His hobbies include music, model railroading, camping, hiking, hunting, fishing and restoring cars.
He opened this practice in Live Oak in 2008 with the desire to help families Live Healthy, Pain-free Lives!