Gabrielle Shannan holds a Bachelor of Interior Architecture from Kansas State University, where she graduated magna cum laude and received the “Most Outstanding Student” award in her degree program. She worked for several years in the restaurant and entertainment design industry, but her real passion lies in helping others discover more natural means of uncovering and nurturing the most ideal health they were designed to have.
Since meeting her chiropractor/nutritionist/
author husband, and serving his patients as a chiropractic assistant and office manager, she came to appreciate the great value and positive impact of complimentary healthcare on the quality of people’s lives. There is a place for most conventional treatments and diagnostic tools, but to truly follow the Hippocratic Oath to “first, do no harm”, Gabrielle believes strongly that the initial course of action in any wellness pursuit should also be the most conservative and least invasive means possible. Utilizing the science of thermography as a primary tool in the detection of potential health issues perfectly aligns with this philosophy.
In the summer of 2012, one of Gabrielle’s dear friends was diagnosed with aggressive breast cancer at the age of 39. She walked with her through all of the ups and downs of that experience until the cancer finally took her friend’s life at the age of 42, leaving behind a husband and two sons under the age of 7. Along with her sister-in-law, Gabrielle began to receive annual thermography scans in 2013 to proactively detect any personal breast irregularities. After her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2014, Gabrielle’s interest in a zero-radiation identification option became even more urgent, now that a family history had been established. When an opportunity arose in 2017 to help others in central Texas with early detection through thermography scanning, she jumped at the chance.
Gabrielle looks forward to assisting women like you benefit from this cutting-edge diagnostic tool. You take care of so many others – don’t put off taking care of you.