About our Specialist

Since 2009, we have worked side by side with our clients to offer individualized therapy, rehabilitation, and strength and conditioning methods to ensure you move free. We regularly collaborate with leading sports scientists, researchers, and healthcare professionals, and we are committed to challenging the status quo when it comes to optimizing your athletic performance.

Dr. Blake Wu

Dr. Wu has committed to the relentless pursuit of human movement. He grew up as the son of two Chinese immigrants, instilling in him a hard work ethic and tenacity. He used these values to graduate from the University of Toronto, where he solidified his foundations in biomechanics, anatomy and physiology. He continued his education at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, receiving his Doctorate of Chiropractic in 2009. Dr. Wu always believed there was more in health care so he continued his education in dry needling, strength and conditioning, advanced rehabilitation and kinesiology. It has been his philosophy to continue to learn, grow and adapt within multiple health and fitness disciplines to create a strategy for preventing and managing athletic injuries.

Dr. Austin Hogan

Dr. Hogan first discovered exercise at an early age and became fascinated with the transformative powers it had on the human body. He followed this initial fascination which led him to Texas A&M, where he got his B.S. in Applied Exercise Physiology. After graduation, he discovered CrossFit which only opened his eyes to more amazing methods of movement, which pressed him to continue his education at Parker University and attain his Doctorate in Chiropractic. That initial fascination with exercise and human movement continues to this day as he enjoys studying and incorporating new techniques into his treatment and training to prevent athletic injuries; as well as maximize athletic potential.

Dr. Kayla Keck

Having grown up a gymnast, Dr. Keck realized that determination, dedication, and practice were important ingredients to becoming a successful athlete. She attended the University of Missouri where she completed her Bachelors of Health Sciences. From her experience as a youth gymnast and collegiate cheerleader, she knew that her passion was to help other athletes. This led her to attend Logan University where she received her Doctorate of Chiropractic. Dr. Keck’s enthusiasm, attention to detail, and dedication to understanding human movement has made her an invaluable team member at The Sports Pod.

Dr. Jordan Rasch

Growing up Dr. Jordan participated in a range of sports but found his passion in cheer leading early in High School. Since then he hasn’t looked back. His involvement ranges from collegiate cheer to a competitive coach and everything in between. Through his years in athletics Dr. Jordan realized he could be of service to the community in a greater sense. He enrolled at Logan University and received is Doctorate of Chiropractic, with the focus to help prevent injuries in a sport that was so under served. Dr. Jordan’s dedication and enthusiasm for athletic care has made him a perfect fit for our athletes here at The Sports Pod.


Dr. Andrew Do

A Dallas native, Dr. Do has been dedicated to sports and fitness from a young age. As a first-generation immigrant, he found solace in sports, forming lifelong friendships and learning valuable life lessons. His ultimate goal is to bridge the gap between rehabilitation and performance, utilizing his strength and conditioning expertise to help athletes of all levels reach their full potential. With a wealth of experience working privately, at high schools, and with the Dallas Jackals professional rugby team, Dr. Do is well-equipped to guide others on their fitness journey. He holds a B.S. in Healthcare Studies from the University of Texas at Dallas, as well as a Doctorate in Chiropractic and Masters in Strength and Human Performance from Parker University, where he received clinical excellence and research honors.

Callie Turner

Callie began sharing her passion for yoga in 2016 when she received her 200 hour yoga teacher certification. She spent several years refining her teaching skills, but with extensive knowledge of the human body due to her Masters degree in Nursing, she knew there was more she could offer. Her interest in incorporating more functional movement and strength building aspects into the traditional yoga practice led her to obtain a Yoga Detour certification, followed by a 500 hour yoga teacher certification. Callie is a Functional Range Conditioning Movement Specialist and has spent the last few years refining her Mobility Flow which combines the best of yoga and FRC principles. Her classes will challenge you both physically and mentally, teaching you how to move in new and more efficient ways.


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