About Dr. Mayfield

 

Dr. Robin Mayfield

As I wrote this page for my website, I realized that my credentials, while important, are probably not the reason why you would want to schedule time with me. Most likely, someone you know and respect has recommended my services because of their own successful experience. That means a lot to me, as my doctor-style is very personal and connected to each person that comes in.There’s a reason for that. While I never intend to “take my work home with me”, it seems I can’t always get away from it. Besides always digging deeper mentally to get to the root cause, I also get intuitive flashes about someone’s case history, or have dreams that lucidly tell me what needs to be addressed. Coming in as my patient will mean that we share a relationship of sorts, and I take that relationship seriously.

So come on in, let’s get acquainted!

Dr. Robin Mayfield is a holistic practitioner who is helping revolutionize health care. As a chiropractor, applied kinesiologist, acupuncturist, and certified nutritionist in Austin, Texas, Dr. Mayfield has specialized in natural hormone balancing with bioidentical hormones, herbs and supplements since 1992.

She is a continuing education instructor to other doctors and practitioners in the natural health field, including courses on the hormonal system, ergonomics and Fibromyalgia.

Her expertise in compassionate natural healing is featured in the book Five Steps to Selecting the Best Alternative Medicine by Michael and Mary Morton, and she has been a guest speaker on KVUE24 Sunday morning news in Austin and surrounding areas. She is devoted to providing the clients in her busy practice with the most up-to-date practices in alternative and biological health techniques.

She has created a unique natural protocol for Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue, with proven success in both.

  • Texas A&M University, B.B.A.
  • Parker College of Chiropractic, D.C., cum laude
  • Certification in Meridian Therapy (Acupuncture)
  • Who’s Who in Colleges and Universities in the Southwest