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  • Jason Black, DC
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    Jason Black, DC

    Ethos Medical
    300 E. Royal Ln
    Suite 110
    Irving, TX 75039
  • George Bobbitt, DC
    430 Points

    George Bobbitt, DC

    Kennedale Chiropractic
    405 W Kennedale Pkwy
    Kennedale, TX 76060
  • 30 Points

    Dr Dale Sandvall

    5920 West I 20
    Kennedale, TX 76060
  • 20 Points

    Texas Spine Institute - Arlington Office

    4388 Green Oaks Boulevard Suite STE
    Kennedale, TX 76060
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    The Animal Doctor

    621 Little School Road
    Kennedale, TX 76060

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Forest Hill (3.07 mi)
Dalworthin... (5.65 mi)
Pantego (6.17 mi)
Mansfield (7.57 mi)
Fort Worth (7.75 mi)
Burleson (9.11 mi)
Arlington (9.2 mi)
Crowley (9.23 mi)
Haltom City (10.85 mi)
Richland H... (11.69 mi)
Hurst (12.62 mi)
North Rich... (12.96 mi)
River Oaks (13.31 mi)
Benbrook (13.78 mi)
Bedford (14.45 mi)

Chiropractor Info

Chiropractor Summary: Chiropractors diagnose and treat spinal misalignment that often effects the nerves, muscles, bones, and joints of the body. Although most contemporary chiropractors have introduced other therapies, spinal manipulation remains the essence of chiropractic. Chiropractors are often effective in dealing with acute and chronic low back pain, neck pain, headaches (including migraines), frozen shoulder, tennis elbow and other sports injuries, and carpal tunnel syndrome, and may be helpful for otitis media (ear infection), digestive problems, menstrual and premenstrual pain and asthma.

Chiropractor FAQs:
What is a Chiropractor?
A Chiropractor practices a type of "therapy" in which abnormal function of the nervous system is considered the cause of disease. The method of treatment is delivered by a chiropractic doctor, or Chiropractor and usually involves manipulation or "adjustment" of the spinal column and other body structures. A Chiropractor attempts to correct misalignments which are often the cause of pain, illness and lack of body harmony.

What happens during a visit to a Chiropractor?
The first visit usually lasts about an hour. The Chiropractor takes a complete health history, including information on past injuries and illnesses; current conditions and medications; lifestyle; diet; sleep habits; exercise; mental stresses; and use of alcohol, drugs, or tobacco. During a physical exam, the Chiropractor also tests the extent of spinal mobility and may perform various diagnostic tests, such as blood pressure and x-rays, to rule out other conditions. Patients are typically asked to lie on a specially designed table, where the Chiropractor performs the spinal manipulations. The most common maneuver is manual manipulation, which involves movement of the selected joint, followed by a low-force thrust. The Chiropractor may use other treatments including massage and soft-tissue therapies. Some people experience minor aches, stiffness, and tiredness for a few days after the manipulation while their body adjusts to the new alignment.

Are there conditions that should not be treated by a Chiropractor?
Individuals with bone fractures or tumors, acute arthritis, bone or joint infections, or advanced osteoporosis should avoid therapy by a Chiropractor in areas affected by any of these conditions. Patients should also tell their chiropractor about any physical disabilities they have, or if they are experiencing symptoms of numbness, tingling, weakness, or other neurological problems. In extremely rare cases, manipulation of the neck has damaged blood vessels or caused strokes. The screening process, however, is designed to detect people at high risk.

What type of education or degrees does a Chiropractor need?
A minimum of eight years of study is generally required to obtain a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree (DC). The Chiropractor student is required to complete a four-year undergraduate degree and a four-year degree from an accredited Chiropractic College or University. In order to attain the Doctor of Chiropractic degree, the Chiropractor must complete a one-year clinical internship prior to graduation. After graduation, the Chiropractor must pass four demanding national board exams and state exams in the states in which they practice.

How do I find a Chiropractor in my city and state?
The wellness.com directory will help you locate a Chiropractor in your state. Select Chiropractor from the professionals menu and select the state that you are looking to locate a Chiropractor in. After you have located your state, find the city that you will need a Chiropractor in. Select the state and city and you will see a list of Chiropractors in your city and state.


Chiropractor Related Terms: physical therapy, chiropractic adjustments, massage therapy, electrical muscle stimulation, cox manual lumbar traction, foot orthotics, chiropractor, spinal misalignment