Marisa Sosa, D.C.*

Chiropractor in New Braunfels, TX

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Marisa Sosa,D.C.

Marisa Sosa brings her strong passion for helping others and compassion, choosing to see patients as complex and unique individuals. This allows her to create a unique plan to impact each person that comes into the office. 

Marisa Sosa, D.C.* was born and raised in Alvin, Texas. Her love for health & physical fitness started early and She grew up playing sports, but softball was her true passion. Her love for fitness took her to Birmingham, AL where she attended the University of Montevallo and received a scholarship to play softball. While at the University of Montevallo, Marisa was an active member of the community sharing her love for athletics and physical health. Marisa Sosa graduated Cum Laude Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a concentration in Health Promotion. This further solidified her passion for health and wellness, launching her into seeking a degree in Chiropractic. 

Marisa began her chiropractic journey at Texas Chiropractic College in Houston, Texas. During her time at TCC, she received a second Bachelor’s Degree, this time with a concentration in Human Biology. Marisa was a member of the Student American Chiropractic Association, Student Texas Chiropractic Association, and TCC Ambassador program, and was an on-campus tutor. Marisa was the recipient of the Student Keeler Award recognizing her selflessness and the significant impact she had on the TCC community. Along with her academic work, Marisa gained hands-on experience working with a variety of populations including general complaints, athletes as well as mothers and their children. 

Marisa is actively pursuing a Certification by the Academy Council of Chiropractic Pediatrics (CACCP) from the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA). Her goal is to use these certifications to further assist the work she can do with pregnant moms and their babies. With this training, she brings unique healing opportunities including the activator and webster methods and dry needling for those needing an even more specialized approach.