Dr. M Jerome Lewis, AKA Dr. J, has been in private practice for the past 33 years in Missouri City, TX. He started Quail Valley Chiropractic in 1985 and built a successful family practice, specializing in sports-related injuries. He was asked to join the Health Care Team of the Houston Rockets in 1997 and continued with them as their Team Chiropractor for 17 years. While working with the NBA Houston Rockets, he was asked to join the Houston Texans Medical Staff as their Chiropractor for their initial 7 years. He used his physical medicine knowledge and his team-oriented physician approach to keep players healthy and playing to their full potential.
In December of 2018, he merged his practice with Dr. Sammy Tao and Texas Regional Health and Wellness. Their goal being- “Together it is our plan to bring Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Regenerative Medicine to the community of Houston and the surrounding areas.” He has opened a new office in Pearland, specializing in Regenerative Medicine and Chronic Pain management. He is an avid sports enthusiast, loving golf and fishing, and snow skiing. He and his wife, Sandy have four sons and four grandsons.
Sandy Huls, FNP-C/ DC
Dr. Sandra Huls is both a Doctor of Chiropractic and board-certified Nurse Practitioner with a specialty in family practice. She graduated from Texas Chiropractic College in 2012 after which she practiced for several years in a private clinic. She then pursed a Bachelor of Science in nursing and completed her degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Cizik School of Nursing.
Dr. Huls enjoys the areas of orthopedics in both adults and children as well as pain management and functional medicine. She is also a licensed dietitian with her initial degree being a Master of Science in Nutrition from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
In her free time, she enjoys training for marathons, triathlons, or doing CrossFit. She also enjoys spending quality time with her husband and two small children. Maybe a dog in the future?