Monday - Friday: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm

Saturday:  9:00 am - 12 Noon

Sunday:  Closed

"I love to see my patient leave here happy...I've been a Chiropractor now for twenty-five years and have never grown tired of it. Each patient has specific needs and each patient is special to me.

My favorite part of what I do for a living is

making people happy and

healing people naturally."


​     ~ Dr. Vanessa Vajdos, DC

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Watson Lane Chiropractic and Wellness

Dr. Vanessa Vajdos DC

6781 Farm to Market 1102

New Braunfels, TX  78132

Phone: (830) 632-5008

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A person with spinal dysfunction usually doesn't know there's a problem unless something happens again to cause swelling in the weakened area.

The spine works as one long chain with many moving links. Every change in movement in one joint of the spine will affect another. Therefore, pain that comes from the spine in one area may actually be related to silent problems elsewhere. Many people that seek care for spinal problems have specific complaints of pain or other symptoms. Your chiropractor will likely examine and x-ray your full spine to give you the proper care (usually a specific adjustment) and manage your condition completely.

Pain is not always obvious when spinal injuries occur.  Many times the pain that comes after a minor injury goes away by itself in a few days. The injury, however, often causes the spinal joint dysfunction that remains long after the pain goes away.  Most people think everything is all right if there is no pain.   

What is Spinal Joint Dysfunction?


Watson Lane Chiropractic and Wellness

New Braunfels Chiropractor ~ Dr. Vanessa Vajdos DC


​- Serving New Braunfels, San Marcos, Seguin and Canyon Lake -

Give us a call,  830-632-5008

Most spinal injuries damage the discs, cartilage and ligaments that hold the bones of the spine together.  When such "soft tissue" injuries occur, the movement of the spinal joints is changed. This change, or dysfunction, may cause some joints to move too little and others to move too much.