Austin’s premiere Sports Chiropractic Resource

Our Mission

At  Next Level Chiropractic and Rehab our mission is simple: to provide the highest quality, individualized treatment that yields the fastest results. 

Our Hours

Monday,Tuesday, Thursday: 7:00am-5:00pm

Wednesday & Friday: 7:00am-12:00pm

Our Location

3300 W Anderson Ln, Ste. 306

Austin, TX 78757




Active Release Technique
Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization

Meet the team

Dr. Samuel Sneed

Dr. Sneed is a native Texan and studied Biology while attending the University of Texas at Austin. He then continued his education at Parker College of Chiropractic. In addition to earning his Doctorate of Chiropractic, he also received a Bachelor of Science in both Human Anatomy and Health and Wellness.

Dr. Steven Reinlie

Dr. Steven Reinlie is a local from Round Rock, TX and went on to study and play baseball at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. He is passionate about working with sports athletes to help keep them healthy and on the field of play.

Ryan Varner

Ryan Varner comes from Comstock, Texas and has a bachelors degree in Kinesiology from the University of North Texas. He was a sprinter at Texas Tech University and UNT, as well as a multi-sport athlete in high school. 

Megan Frye

Megan has been a part of the Next Level team for over 3 years, coaching corrective exercises and offering Therapeutic Massage. She has a bachelors in Exercise & Sports Science with Pre-Physical Therapy fromTexas State University and a license in Massage Therapy from  Lauterstein-Conway. 

what our patients are saying…

  •   My sole purpose: to run again. It's the only reason I came here. I didn't expect to get diagnosed, but that's the first thing Dr. Steven Reinlie wanted to figure out: how I managed to get plantar fasciitis. I'd been two other places for my pf since boycotting running two months prior, neither of which addressed the issue of why. But, the why issue was Dr. Reinlie's first priority. It didn't take him long to figure out that my right leg (problem foot) was half as flexible and rotatable as my left leg. Dr. Reinlie made sure I understood how my body worked, and why I (probably) ended up with a bum foot. Now, I go twice a week (till mended) for Dr. R to hammer (not really) into my foot (note to self: stretch more next time I'm marathon training). Ryan, a degree in Kinesiology, shows me my homework (exercises I must do if I want to run again).  Liz (ultrasound) and Emily (front desk) are happy faces at 7 am. Epoch coffee, just outside the front door, is perfect for a cup of joe when I'm done.

    thumb Shelley S.
  •   As a competitive CrossFitter, my motto this year has been to "win everything." When a painful knee tracking problem developed, I went straight to Next Level to get it taken care of before competition season. My knee has continued to feel better and better. My best marks in the squats have continued to improve and I have gotten 1st place in all three events I have competed in so far.   Sam and Dave and Stephen are not just great body workers, but they are fun people! I have been a patient of Next Level Chiro and Rehab for over a year, I go once a week for maintenance purposes and sometimes twice a week if I've tweaked something. Their office staff is very professional and personable. Sam has also put me through the Functional Movement Screening to identify areas that might be weak and/or prone to injury or immobility. I feel confident in their care and even when I'm only practicing rolling over, or bird dogs, I know that their treatment and rehab homework has a purpose to improve my physical performance. They do much more in their body work than joint adjustment. They use ART and the Graston technique as well.

    thumb Ingrid K.
  •   My Do Yoga Every Day initiative turned into Downward-Dog Yourself Into Crippling Pain really quickly.  I tried massages and heat, but nothing helped me sleep through the night due to my stabbing shoulder pain.  One of my coworkers suggested a chiropractor, for which I was inherently dubious.   I wasn't trying to stay in for the long-term – I wanted a PT-style rehab that was going to get me back on my mat sooner than later.  I looked at my insurance and cross-referenced it with Yelp and Next Level came up with screaming good reviews. Speaking of, you might do a little screaming while you're here.  It's all in the name of recovery and health, though.  First you get some adjustments and neckwork, then you move out to the exercise facility where you work your way through seemingly miniscule but grueling exercises to get yourself better.  In my case, my posture has improved 500%.  Okay, that might be a bit of an exaggeration, but I'm sleeping through the night now which is the first I've been pain-free in months.  Tips on getting better quicker?  Trust the experts and do your homework religiously.

    thumb Katherine C.
  •   I cannot say enough good things about this place. I came to Next Level after having horrible back and neck pain post baby #2. I've seen both Dr. Sam and Dr. Steven and they're equally kind, knowledgeable and focused on getting you well. They take the time to explain what they're doing and why, while also treating the whole body, not just the injury you come in to have treated. As an added benefit, they have a personal training facility which has been instrumental in helping me get strong and healthy again. I've been incredibly impressed with Ryan, the Performance Director, and his knowledge when it comes to training different body types and levels of athleticism, all while working around any injuries. The cherry on top is a massage therapist, Megan, and she is wonderful at modifying her techniques to support injury recovery or to just give you a relaxing massage. I would highly recommend Next Level for all of the reasons listed above, but also for the friendly community they have built. This place is truly one-of-a-kind.

    thumb Barbara P.
  •   Thorough, whole-hearted, official, they care if I hurt, and if I do they WANT to fix it. I went through the windshield of an SUV at 60 mph, and have been in extreme, aggravating pain. I don't know what he knows, or where he learned it, but he knows something a lot of other doctors don't.  I have seen other chiropractors from Florida and Texas, and have not felt the relief I have received from Dr. Sam's treatment.

    thumb Daniel V.


We believe everyone is an athlete, and we have the experience and ability to work with all types. There are a lot of athletes that are unaware of the ability they can reach a higher level of fitness when armed with a higher quality of training. We want to help you reach the NextLevel.


Active Lifestyle

At Next Level, we take pride in helping the active individual. Whether you are just getting back into shape, are an avid gardener, or a seasoned athlete, we want to help create a plan for YOU that not only gets you healthy, but keeps you healthy. Besides treatment to get you back to doing the things you love, all of our plans at Next Level are geared towards empowering you to take charge of your body.



Our doctors have invaluable experience treating Crossfit athletes, from beginners to seasoned game competitors. We understand the demands put on the body in order to engage in such fiercely demanding activity on a regular basis. Our extensive experience has enabled us to develop a truly effective screening process for our athletes that identifies the causes of any physical limitations in mobility, stability, and strength.



Next Level is home to Austin’s only two Level 3 Medically certified TPI Experts. The Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) is the world’s leading organization dedicated to the study of how the human body functions in relation to the golf swing. Our doctors use this cutting edge system to evaluate, treat, and enhance your body to improve your golf game and keep you out of pain.
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From the Blog

Will Your Desk Be the Death of You?

Most of us would agree that sitting couldn’t possibly be good for us. However, few of us ever really came to the harsh realization of just how dangerous it is. Articles discussing this topic have been all over recently, most of which have deemed sitting the new smoking, so I thought I’d shed some light […]

Are You Too Tight or Too Weak?

There are 2 types of people that can’t touch their toes….. those that are too tight and those that are too weak. Don’t be fooled as both groups of people will present similarly if not identically. Usually as they bend forward, they will declare that their “hamstrings are tight” and many times you’ll hear “I […]

Can’t Touch Your Toes… “Try Harder!”

I am very adamant about this topic for several reasons.  Here I will present one, seemingly obvious example, that I find myself talking to patients about on a daily basis. Here is the scenario… someone bending forward to touch their toes versus someone trying to perform a squat.  Let’s say, for example, the person is […]

Next Level

3300 W Anderson Ln, Ste. 306

Austin, TX 78757


Office Hours

Monday-Thursday: 7:00am-5:00pm

Friday: 7:00am-12:00pm