Staff

Dr. Bo Bryson

oct2016jenboDr. Bo Bryson earned his undergraduate degree in Biology from Georgia Southern University. He earned his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Cleveland Chiropractic College. Dr. Bryson was a cum laude graduate and received the Clinical Excellence award, the highest honor at graduation. Dr. Bryson has been a guest lecturer for many chiropractic college classes including Bio-mechanics, Extremity fundamentals, and Chiropractic Assessment. His professional memberships include Nebraska Chiropractic Physician Association, Business Network International, CBMC (Connecting Business to Christ), Motion Palpation Institute and Lincoln Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Bryson is involved in his community by giving public talks to numerous area groups as well as elementary, middle and high schools. Dr. Bryson has also served as an adjunct professor for a local college teaching Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Terminology and Diseases of the Human Body.  His awards include: (1)Clinical Excellence Award and Clinical Service Award – both at Cleveland Chiropractic College (2) Who’s Who among Doctoral Students (3)Cleveland Starz Award- for outstanding Alumni. Dr. Bryson has also been honored as the only Chiropractor to: (1) Speak at the Lincoln Medical Education Foundation to Medical Student Residents and Staff (2) Serve on the Nebraska Remaking American Medicine Coalition (3) Serve as a first chiropractic board member to Clinic with a Heart

Dr. Bo also enjoys writing and his words are both spiritually uplifting and inspired by scripture.  He shares these thought with the world on his blog.  You can subscribe and be notified via email when he posts.

But and more than anything else, Dr. Bryson enjoys spending time with his wife, Jennifer, and  his children: Eilam, Kale, Fallon & Isley.  Dr. Bryson’s burning desire is to live out Joshua 1:8.


Anna Keyzer

annaAnna is the office manager and insurance and billing specialist at Trinity. She began working at Trinity in February of 2008. She is married to Jonathan Keyzer and they have a bio son Ishmael and daughter June. In August of 2013, the family brought home their son, Simon, age 9, from Bulgaria. You can read more about their journey here. The Keyzer family’s passions include: social justice (avoiding purchasing products made by slaves, advocating for marginalized populations locally, and financially supporting agencies that provide food, water and education internationally) music (playing, listening and going to shows), the kingdom of God (striving to respond to Jesus’ call in our lives) and spending time with our community (friends, neighbors, and housemates). They live in community with other believers that share a similar goal: to live as simply as possible so that their time can be spent building relationships with family, friends and neighbors instead of working to build an American dream. You can read more about the Bolivar House community here.


Jeanne Donnelly

jeanneJeanne started at Trinity in 2010. She was born in Omaha and attended UNL. While there she met Bill and began a whole new adventure as a military wife. They enjoyed living in a variety of places, raising 5 daughters and ending up in Virginia where Bill retired from the USMC. Returning to Lincoln  was another blessing for Jeanne as it has allowed her to be closer to family but she still returns regularly to the east coast to visit daughters and soak up time with her two grandsons. She also enjoys spending time in Kansas City with another daughter and her church family. Jeanne is passionate about empowering women through Christ’s love and healing. So besides working at Trinity, Jeanne also works at the Lincoln Pregnancy Center (LPC) helping women navigate the journey of motherhood. You can learn more about LPC here. During her “spare time,” she enjoys walking, swimming, crafts/sewing and Bible studies.


Stephanie Wilson

stephStephanie began working for Trinity Chiropractic in February of 2013. She is married to Andrew and together they have four children – Isaac, Leana, Josiah and Ezra. Stephanie has a passion for serving other people and loves to connect on a heart level. She strives to live out an authentic life, loving the person in front of her as Christ sees them. Outside of work, Stephanie enjoys making use of her culinary arts degree by bringing meals to those going through hard circumstances, decorating cakes, and occasionally catering small dinner parties. She is also involved in Bible Study Fellowship on Wednesday mornings and enjoys digging deeper into God’s Word. Along with these things Stephanie loves to sing, read books and spend time with her family and friends.


Kayla Carson

kaylaKayla Kayla started with Trinity in September 2015. She graduated in 2013 from Evangel University with a physical education degree. Raised in Ozark, MO, Kayla brings a spirit of adventure & love of the outdoors to Trinity. Outside of work, Kayla enjoys coffee, reading, and time with her friends. Since moving to Lincoln, NE Kayla has been in the process of transitioning into a long-term position overseas. Her current departure date goal is August 2017. Her first term of service will last 3 years. She will be enrolled in language school for the first 2 years and work in the community during the third year. Preparation and team development is now taking place in hopes of meeting this goal. To learn more and be involved with her journey, click here to contact here.


Justine Erickson, LMT

Justine is a Nebraska native who graduated from Myotherapy Institute in Lincoln, NE in 2004. She is a member of the NCTMB, well trained in basic massage care, and is certified in pregnancy, labor, postpartum, and infant massage. “I truly love what I do, and am passionate about helping others, I believe God has truly gifted me in what I do. My goal is to improve client’s quality of life through promotion of health in mind, body, and spirit, and by providing a healing environment. In my spare time I enjoy time with friends and family, attending church activities, getting massages, and traveling across the country showing rabbits.”

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