Healing Mind Solutions
Mind Body Soul Wellness
A Harmonious Life
In a fragmented world it can be difficult to find integration that restores our minds, or bodies and our soul. Bringing together a team of experts in the healing arts our goal is to provide individualized and targeted services that restore balance and wellness.
Meet Your Doctors
Jeffery Colvin, M.D. Continued...
His undergraduate studies in zoology and a family legacy of practicing medicine led Dr. Colvin to pursue medical school where he choose to complete his residency in anesthesiology studying pain management under Dr. Racz at Texas Tech University Health Science Center. He received several awards in his educational pursuit including:
University Medical Center All Star, 1990
Clinical Excellence Award, Texas Tech School of Medicine Dept of Anthsthesiology, 1986
Castner Memorial Scholarship, 1985
Outstanding Young Men of American, 1984
American Heart Association Scholarship, 1980
Post education professional history include:
Grace Clinic of Lubbock, 2013-2014
NorthStar Anethesia, 2008-2013
Covenant Medical Group, 2007-2008
B.G. Anethesia, 1991-2007
TTU Health Science Center, 1990-1991
In 2014, after several years working in the operating room as an anesthesiologist, Dr. Colvin decided to fulfill his desire to connect with his patients on a more personal level and explore the benefits of regenerative medicine in patient care by founding the Interventional Pain and Regenerative Medicine clinic located in Lubbock, Texas.
Dr. Colvin enjoys spending time with his wife, two daughters, and two grandsons and his dog Disco. Dr. Colvin is an avid hunter, fisher and photography enthusiast. His home features a vineyard that compliments his taste for fine wines, cooking and gardening. As a man of faith and family, Dr. Colvin is honored to provide world class medical care to west Texas and the surrounding areas.
Brian D. Carr, Ph.D. Continued...
Born and raised in Lubbock, Texas Dr. Carr comes from a farmily of healthcare providers. His father Robert L. Carr, M.D. was a pediatrician from 1952 till his retirement in 1992. Dr. Carr's brother, Robert V. Carr, M.D. is actively practicing in Lubbock as an Orthopedic Surgeon. Dr. Carr's sister, Julie Coffern, R.N. has been an Intensive Care Nurse for over thirty years.
Growing up Brian searched to find his way into practice but there was no doubt that he valued relationships and commitment. He didn't just do the homework but he sought out the extra adventures in life. He marched in the "Goin Band from Raiderland" during his undergraduate studies as well as being in student government and various organizations.
After graduating from Texas Tech University in 1980 he relocated to San Antonio where he completed his Master's in Clinical Psychology. During that time he was the first practicum student from St. Mary's University to gain experience at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Department of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine.
From there Brian traveled north to Terre Haute, Indiana where he completed his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Indiana State University. He taught classes as well as engaged in his dissertation research examining how communities deal with economic distress.
After freezing for those years in Indiana Brian and his family returned to Texas and he completed his Clinical Psychology Internship at Olin E. Teague Veteran's Hospital in Temple, Texas. Earning his Ph.D. degree he then lived in Dallas for two years and served as an Assistant Professor at the UT Southwestern Medical School.
After driving the long commute to work each day Dr. Carr decided it was time to return to his home in West Texas. He returned to Lubbock and he established a first of its kind in--hospital psychology service at St. Mary of the Plains, a 427 bed general medical/surgical hospital.
The program was very successful but Dr. Carr wanted to have more independence and so entered into private practice. His current practice is along side two Family Practice physicians within a well-equipped and comfortable office.
Brian and his wife Suzanne have five daughters and a son, as well as seventeen grandchildren. He is an active community member and served as the Chairman of the Board of Health for the City of Lubbock as well as receiving the George Mahon Lifestyle Community Service Award.