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Irving Chiropractors Dr. Jim Parker are part of the Parker family who have been practicing Chiropractic for three generations. Our father, was the founder of the Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, Tx. In 1997, founded the Parker Chiropractic Clinic in Irving, Texas and in 2014, welcomed Dr. Derek Herms to the practice.
Parker Chiropractic specializes in family chiropractic care, auto accidents and work injuries.
What We Treat
At our Irving chiropractic office you will receive state of the art holistic healthcare through the use of modern chiropractic techniques and technology.
The doctors and staff at Parker Chiropractic Clinic have a genuine concern for your health and well-being! We are 100% committed to providing relief of pain and other conditions so that you can have a higher quality of life. Please take a moment to visit our testimonials page to see what other patients have to say.
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"The Doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease."
- Thomas Edison
3719 N Belt Line Rd
Irving, TX 75038
Wonderful. Had no feeling yet major shooting stabbing pain in left leg up through hip when started. Like being shot every time I took a step and driving...torture. Not any more. 10 visits in and things are MUCH better..they truly care. The massage is starting to help me recover calf function. But I can walk now, get a fair amount of sleep, and take only a little ibuprofen and acetominophen which is a far cry from being unable to drive, sleep and barfing from pain which is where I started by having to stop 3x on the way to the 1st visit. It's a 40" drive and I can make the whole trip now without stopping to stretch. So that's a HUGE improvement.
Dr. Derek Herms and all the staff are amazing and know just what to do.UPDATE: *********** 11 visits into spinal decompression after the above dozen visits and I have ZERO leg pain, only the occasional electric twinge when I am doing something I shouldn't (picking anything heavy up without being "crouching tiger"). I may be slightly taller after the decompression, I certainly am standing straighter. I was able to grab the corner of the mystery punch bowl cabinet over the fridge, which at 5'11" is just barely out of my reach. Not any more. So I wonder how long I've been a compressed hunch of a person and just now am finding this out. Not since my high school principal yelled at me to "stand up straight" at graduation in 1991 probably. OMG you have to try this! If nothing else, you will be able to see what is in that cabinet you've forgotten about. Usually a punch bowl. Also a phone book from 2003. (When I couldn't move a few weeks ago, crinkling up pages from that phone book and tossing it from my sofa-prison into the bowl would have been a handy way to pass time.) Seriously though, I know how awful you must feel if you are reading this and considering what route to go, and laughing may hurt, but I mean well. This really works. I was a total bast*rd asking questions from the get go and may have semi-secretly driven the staff nuts, but am totally convinced after this that this is the way to go.
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