We are committed to pioneering regenerative therapy, as we believe that it offers patients the chance to enjoy joint healing and rejuvenation. Current conventional techniques for helping with degenerative joint conditions still mainly rely on reducing the severity of symptoms using anti-inflammatory medicines, painkillers, or resorting to surgical evasive procedures. Pain Management isn't healing, it simply masks the pain.
Dr. Kyle Gray, DC
Dr. Gray is a graduate of both the University of Oklahoma and Logan College of Chiropractic. He was born and raised in Carlsbad, New Mexico and is very proud of that fact. His favorite part of being a chiropractor is getting to meet new people on a daily basis and help them on their journey to better health and happier lives and is so very excited to be able to recommend Stem Cell therapy to patients that would other have to turn to more evasive medicine. Outside of the office Dr. Gray enjoys playing board games with family and friends, going on walks with his wife and dog, and watching Oklahoma Sooner sports (boomer sooner!).
Dr. Lonnie Peets
Dr. Peets is a 1989 graduate of Cleveland Chiropractic College. She opened Lifetime Chiropractic in August of 1990. Dr. Peets continued her education and complleted her diplomat in neurology and has had many referrals from other local doctors for her neurological skills. Dr. Peets is very excited to participate in the NM Stem Cell and impact that Regenerative Medicine will have on her patients.
Angela Sanchez, MSN, FNP-C, MSCN
Angela is a board-certified family nurse practitioner with over 20 years experience in healthcare through various roles in both acute care and outpatient settings. As a registered nurse she specialized in critical care, interventional procedures, and education. She is Multiple Sclerosis Certified Nurse (MSCN) certified by the Multiple Sclerosis Nurses International Certification Board (MSNICB). She received her family nurse practitioner certification from the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners National Certification Board.
Michele Winner, RN
Michele graduated in 2006 from Central New Mexico with her degree in Nursing and is currently furthering her degree at New Mexico Highlands University. She has been a charge nurse in critical care and a member of the medical emergency team (MET) at Presbyterian Hospital for the last five years. She has been certified in advanced cardiac life support ACLS for 12 years.
Heather Johnson MSN, FNP-C
Heather is a board-certified family nurse practitioner with 20 years of nursing experience. Heather’s various roles as an RN include women’s health, critical care, and primary care. Heather specialized in labor and delivery, managing chronic disease, diabetes education and critical care during the Coronavirus pandemic. Heather grew up in New Mexico and has spent most her nursing career investing in New Mexicans. She received her family nurse practitioner certification from the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners National Certification Board.
LaDonna Gifford, Service Coordinator
LaDonna has been a resident of New Mexico all her life and enjoys the beautiful scenery of New Mexico. She loves being a mother of three wonderful children and grandmother of three beautiful grandchildren. She has worked with the elderly as a caregiver for 15 plus years and enjoys helping others live a better life at home. She is excited to coordinate your therapy with NM Stem Cell.