Dr. Mullen came to Austin in 2012 from a multidisciplinary sports medicine and triathlon training facility in Portland, Oregon where she worked extensively with cyclists, runners, and triathletes. As an avid triathlete and adventure racer herself, Dr. Mullen understands the unique challenges of endurance athletes and is committed to helping them return to their sport as quickly as possible.

In addition to her chiropractic practice, Dr. Mullen teaches running biomechanics classes with a focus on injury prevention and sound running form. She is heavily involved in the triathlon community and enjoys teaching injury prevention classes to local groups of athletes.

As part of the University of Western States Research Department, Dr. Mullen worked for several years as a treating clinician and rehabilitation specialist for NIH funded low back pain research studies on both adolescents and adults. Dr. Mullen has co-authored several publications on musculoskeletal injuries in the pediatric population and enjoys working with pediatric athletes.

Dr. Mullen is currently practicing as part of a multidisciplinary team within the Catz training facility in North Austin.


Dr. Mullen graduated Cum Laude from Western States Chiropractic College in 2008. In addition to a bachelor’s degree in human biology and a doctorate of chiropractic, Dr. Mullen has undergone specialized training and received certification in Active Release Therapy and Graston technique.