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Chiropractic and Immunity.

With the rise of the most recent pandemic in Covid-19, it has been brought to light through the governing board of Texas and through the World Federation of Chiropractic that Chiropractors have zero business discussing how chiropractic can “cure” you of “the flu” or how it can “boost your immunity to keep you from getting […]

To adjust or to not adjust?

One of the most common misconceptions from the perception of the public is an understanding of Chiropractic care and what the ultimate goal of receiving a chiropractic adjustment is. Lets start this blog with what it is not. Our goal is not to reduce symptoms. Our goal is not to get rid of pain. Our […]

Desk Jobs suck…so does Neck Pain

Solutions for Desk Top Masters Over the past two weeks, the frequent complaint of Neck Pain as a result of working at a desk all day long has come up quite often in our practice. Keeping this in mind, I wanted to give you a short solution to navigating this problem with a simple 6 […]

What to expect after an Upper Cervical Adjustment

One of the most common questions patients ask us in our office is “what can I expect after the upper cervical adjustment”? As you can imagine, this question has a rather wide range of expectations as each person has a unique experience with healing. However, I will do my best to help elaborate on the […]

Physical Therapy or Chiropractic?

Knowing is half the battle. G.I Joe is the famous author of this quote and how it is so applicable to the topic of discussion today. In today’s day and age, it is almost impossible to find any information that is unbiased. Especially when it comes to health care. For some reason, this ideology of […]

Solutions for Text Neck

Text Neck aka Technology Neck Either the product of a brilliant marketing campaign or actually a suffer from this diagnosis, the text neck has taken over the talk of the Southlake Community. I figured I would weigh in on the subject with the solutions I utilize to combat my addiction to screen time. Now, as […]

POTS…why beta blockers aren’t the answer

Posture Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome aka “POTS.” Man…that’s a mouthful and a bunch of high scoring words on a scrabble triple word play. More importantly, what does it mean? Simply put – it means that as you change positions from laying to standing, your blood volume changes. When our body sense a sudden change in blood […]


A migraine is an extraordinarily prevalent neurological disease, affecting 39 million men, women, and children in the U.S. and 1 billion worldwide. But as many people suffer from migraines directly, how many more experiences them and their less apparent side effects indirectly? Studies have revealed that migraines don’t merely impact the patient—they influence marriages, parenting, and […]


Head injuries, particularly those that result in trauma to the brain, are not only highly dangerous in the short-term but also have potentially devastating effects long-term. For patients and their families to better cope with the long-term side effects of head trauma, they need to consider the following: 1. SOME SIDE EFFECTS OF HEAD TRAUMA […]


Every year an estimated 3.8 million people in the United States experience mild traumatic brain injuries (MTBI) or concussions. Many of these injuries occur during sports-related activities, on worksites, motor vehicle accidents, or while military operations are being carried out. It is also estimated that as many as 50 percent of MTBIs are never reported […]