Our Staff

Megan Williams

Megan can typically be found at the front desk greeting everyone with a smile and a helpful spirit. Meg has a lot of hats and does a bit of everything. However, she is particularly skilled in being a people person and helping our patients out with insurance questions as well as helpful advice with just about anything and everything else having to do with Creek Stone.

Linda Mendoza

Marketing Specialist

Having been one of our very first staff hirings when moving to Amarillo, Linda is the heartbeat of Creek Stone. Linda has seen and done it all here in our office and her experience is priceless. Since she is so knowledgeable and experienced in what we do, Linda also pulls double duty as our marketing specialist.

Genna Jones

Patient Coordinator

Genna is particularly skilled as a people person and helps direct, manage, and care for our patients as they make their way through our office from day to day.

Hillary Fehr

Cosmetologist / Esthetician

Hillary can be found helping us out on the chiropractic side of the building taking care of patients but Hillary is also the cosmetologist/esthetician for the spa.

Kristen Parscal

Massage Therapist

Kristen is one of our licensed massage therapists and loves to help us get our patients feeling as good as possible as quickly as possible.

RaeAnn Mask

Massage Therapist

RaeAnn is one of our more experienced licensed massage therapists. While she does any and all massages here at Creek Stone, RaeAnn has special certifications in Thai Massage, CranioSacral, and cupping techniques.

Shelby Betancourt

Massage Therapist

Shelby is one of our licensed massage therapists and stays busy most days helping us get our patients and regular massage clients back to optimum health.


Heath was born and raised in Hereford, TX. He attended Midland College and pursued a professional golf career. He then transferred and graduated from Texas Tech University with a Masters in Science degree. He pursued a career being a lab tech and laboratory director. After a drastic change in his health (Heath was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis) he decided it was time for a career change. After early battles with the disease and dealing with pain, he soon started searching for alternative methods to help alleviate the discomfort he was having. Heath was put on various narcotics and pills to mask the pain but never to treat it. After discovering Massage and Alternative Medicine that helped to naturally control his pain , he knew it was a field that he wanted to go into. Heath went back to school, pursuing another degree in Neuromuscular Therapy. Heath was at UT Southwestern and did a fellowship at the Neuro-muscular Clinic. After many changes, he then decided to learn every modality he could in order to help people get out of pain and feel better. Heath attended several schools to gain all the knowledge and certifications he could. He plans to keep learning new techniques to help everyone in a better, more comprehensive way. Heath has learned that you have to keep adding more tools to your tool box to help someone and what works for one person may not work for the next. In the end, it’s all about helping people to feel better more often and help them reach a higher potential and better quality of life that they would not be able to accomplish without treatment.

Heath’s modalities include:

  • Chinese Fire Cupping
  • Active Release Technique
  • Tui Na Massage
  • Acupressure
  • Sports Massage
  • Kinesio Taping
  • Swedish Massage
  • Pre-natal Massage

We’re fortunate to have Heath as an integral part of our team!



Erin Sessions is licensed to practice acupuncture by the State of Texas and is a board certified Diplomat in Oriental Medicine by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine which is the highest certification granted. Erin is originally from Hereford, Texas and attended West Texas A&M University where she earned a Bachelor’s degree. She went on to study acupuncture at the Texas College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Austin, Texas earning a Master’s of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Her training was 3 years long and included 3,045 didactic and clinical hours. Erin was first introduced to acupuncture while dealing with her own health issues including chronic headaches and a broken back. After her first treatment she knew that she wanted to pursue this path of holistic healing and become a practitioner. Erin loves her field of healthcare because she helps people discover a natural way of healing with acupuncture and herbal medicine. She believes in an integrative medicine model which treats the whole person on all levels. Acupuncture is for every person to heal on a physical, emotional, and spiritual level. A person’s health is a journey and to be part of that healing journey is a privilege for her.