Dr. Matthew James has been serving San Antonio, Castle Hills, Shavano Park, and nearby surrounding areas at SA Elite Chiropractic since 2017. He also is a part of the Sports Medicine team as the Team Chiropractor for UTSA Athletics since 2019 the XFL’s San Antonio Brahmas since 2022.
Dr. James is a New Braunfels native, a UTSA Roadrunner student athlete alumnus, and attended Parker University in Dallas, Texas where he earned his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree. He is Trauma Qualified through Cleveland University, Kansas City, and currently is a Fellow candidate for the Fellowship in Spinal Biomechanics and Trauma through University of Buffalo, Jacobs School of Medicine.
Outside the office, Dr. James spends time with his family enjoying baseball, football, and golf. He is also an avid hunter and fisherman. His wife, Kaylen, is a physician assistant in psychiatry. Together they have 2 beautiful and energetic sons, Rhett and Nolan.
Lisa Lopez moved to San Antonio in 2016 to begin her studies as a Limited Medical Radiologic Technologist. She had the opportunity to intern for Dr. James which then led her to become a part of the team in 2018. She has since been educated in and now handles insurance, billing, medical records, scribing and will also assist in helping patients with therapy. During her free time, she enjoys spending quality time with her spouse and daughter.
Brittney Amaya is a dedicated chiropractic assistant with a passion for promoting wellness and providing exceptional patient care. Some of her duties include billing, assisting in therapy, notarizing, and organizing meetings and events. She is currently a full-time college student pursuing a bachelor’s degree. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, playing with her dogs, and traveling.
Brittany Grant born and raised in San Antonio, TX where she graduated from Judson High School in 2004. In 2012, she attended Milan Institute and graduated in 2013 for Massage Therapy. She specializes in Deep Tissue, Medical Massage, and several other modalities. She helps people dealing with rehab after injury or surgery, helping them rebound faster and with less pain. “I came into this profession with the understanding and hope of wanting to make an impact in patients’ lives”.
Jazmin Sambula recently moved back to San Antonio after 13 years living away as a military spouse. She attended Source Institute Massage School in Fort Walton Beach, Florida in 2018 and is currently licensed in Texas. She offers several different modalities of massage, but her favorite kind of massage is Integrated Reiki Massage. This form of massage is very slow and intentional. It brings a deep feeling of peace and wellness. This is especially helpful if clients are in pain and cannot tolerate much pressure or touch to the affected areas.
Kim Meyers is an Exercise Therapy Specialist with 30 years of experience in the fitness industry. She spent 26 years in the Air Force where she developed fitness improvement programs for those who experienced limiting conditions and were recovering from injury. She’s helped clients from a wide range of ages regain their freedom of movement after injury, prepare for and recover from various surgeries, and others who simply are deconditioned because of an extended sedentary period of time. Her philosophy centers around the fact that, “we don’t’ stop moving because we get old, we get old because we stop moving.”