Meet The Chiropractic Staff
Wendy Lee – Office Manager
Wendy is Dr. Lee’s wife and our office manager. Wendy is a strong believer in chiropractic care because of an injury she received while cheerleading in high school. The only way she was able to begin living her life pain-free was through chiropractic care. Wendy loves chiropractic so much so is also a coach with Breakthrough Coaching; teaching offices across the county to treat patients with efficiency and stellar customer service.
Shayna Carter – Assistant Office Manager & Certified Chiropractic Assistant
Shayna is Dr. Lee’s right hand. She can be found running all over the office assisting patients with the various services we offer and walking patients through their physical therapy exercises. Shayna has experience in many different fields in health services industry.
Briyana Reaves – Front Desk Coordinator
Eric Smith LAC- Acupuncture
Eric has been in Asian culture since he was young and started with Tae Kwon Do lessons at eight. He continued his Asian studies University of Maryland College Park earning two separate Bachelor degrees: Art History and Art Studio; both focused on Asian history. He started his study in the healthcare field by learning Western herbal medicine, Chinese Tonic herbs, and Native American herbal methods. He deepened his herbal studies with Traditional Chinese Medicine and then learned Eight Principle Theory TCM. He graduated from The Traditional Acupuncture Institute earning a Masters of Acupuncture and learning Five Element style Acupuncture. He has worked in Wellness and Physical therapy clinics for several years before starting his own practice. During this time he also worked in area hospitals for the cancer departments. Dr. Lee is excited for Eric to join Susquehanna Spine & Rehab as Acupuncture is a great solution for many of the issues with our patients are suffering with.
Lisa Gilliland, LMT
Lisa was born and raised in Baltimore County. Lisa first started out in child care wanting to become a teacher because she really enjoyed helping children, but that became very stressful with her husband being off and on deployed as active duty army and raising 4 boys. She decided she still wanted to help people, so she got into Massage Therapy and figured that is a much more relaxing job. Lisa has been a Massage Therapist for 11 years now. She certified in Swedish, deep tissue, prenatal, and hot stone. Lisa currently resides in Joppatowne. She is very busy with four boys, a husband and a cat at home. She is either on the soccer or baseball field.
Dr. Byron Lam grew up in a suburb outside of Toronto, Ontario. He grew up participating in martial arts, swimming, volleyball, and racquet ball. Upon graduating from high school, he went to gain his Bachelors of Science in South Carolina where he focused his studies in Biology and genetics. After graduating from college, he went to New York Chiropractic College. He was first introduced to chiropractic when he injured his back at the age of 9. Chiropractic helped him with his pain and getting him back into sports. While at NYCC, he focused his learning on soft tissue techniques. During his clinical year, he began to focus more on proper rehab. He noticed that patients would respond to care better when they did a combination of chiropractic and rehab, as opposed to one or the other.