Doctor of Chiropractic


Dr. Martin is one of the few Texas chiropractors to earn the CACCP certification to specialize in pediatric and pregnant patients. Obtaining this certification involves 200+ hours of post doctorate class room time, completion of multiple research projects and more. Dr. Martin is distinguished as an expert in the chiropractic care of pregnant women and children. She works closely with local pediatric dentists, ENT's and lactation consultants regarding infants who are born with tongue and/or lip tie and provides craniosacral and chiropractic care both before and after the frenectomy is performed. Dr. Martin also receives many referrals from midwives and OBGYN's for co-management of pregnant women.


At Martin Chiropractic, we want you to know how much we care about the health of you and your family. We are here to support you and provide relief and wellness care to the entire family, without inconveniencing your busy schedule. Dr. Martin knows how important a healthy nervous system is for everyone, especially developing children, and believes that all children should have access to chiropractic care, even before they are born!


The most important thing that happens during the first year of life is the development of our nervous system. Proper development of this system allows our brain to interact with our body normally. When interference is introduced to the nervous system, via spinal subluxation, the signal from the brain to the body is lessened and can create detrimental outcomes if left untreated. The nervous system is our body's motherboard. Every muscle, every action, our immune system, every cell is controlled and moderated by the nervous system. If this master system is operating at less than 100%, our health will suffer. Dr. Martin is an expert in finding these subluxations and removing them! And the adjustment is comfortable and enjoyable. Live the life your body innately desires! Take care of your spine, you only get one :)


Dr. Lauren Martin is Webster technique certified by the international pediatric chiropractic association. And has completed all post doctorate course work in the care of pregnant and pediatric patients. She is passionate about providing gentle and effective to care to her patients. By reducing subluxation throughout their bodies, health can be expressed to the fullest potential.

Dr. Martin lives in Seabrook and has two children, Camden and Everly. The family enjoys being active in sports and traveling. Dr. Martin grew up an equestrian and still enjoys riding horses and exercising. She believes in caring for her family through excellent nutrition and regular chiropractic care.


Dr. Kendra Larrington, DC

Doctor of Chiropractic


Dr. Kendra Larrington was born and raised in California and couldn’t get to Texas fast enough. She moved to Dallas to start her chiropractic education where she graduated from Parker University in 2019 with her Doctor of Chiropractic degree, with specific areas of expertise in prenatal and pediatric. In addition to receiving her Webster Technique certification, Dr. Kendra is in the process of getting her Certification by the Academy Council of Chiropractic Pediatrics (CACCP) to be able to provide the best care for her prenatal and pediatric practice members.

Dr. Larrington has extensive experience working with infants with cranial asymmetry as well as tongue and lip ties before and after revision. She utilizes gentle cranial technique to unwind tension throughout the system, resulting in improved cranial shape and reduced tension of the soft tissues in and around the mouth.

She has a passion for helping create a healthier generation with the many pregnant women and children she has helped reach a better quality of life and looks forward to helping many more. Throughout her career she has been known for her gentle touch, how much she cares for her practice members and fun personality.

Dr. Larrington enjoys spending time with her husband who is also a chiropractor and fur baby named Gunnar. In her spare time, you would find her most likely reading, working out or spending time with family and friends.