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Welcome to Parker Chiropractic Clinic!

Our Irving Chiropractors, Dr. Jim Parker and Dr. John 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.

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What We Treat

Irving Chiropractic and Wellness

At our Irving chiropractic office you will receive state of the art holistic healthcare through the use of modern chiropractic techniques and technology.

  • Therapeutic Massage
  • Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation
  • Spinal Decompression and Computerized Diagnostic Procedures

Chiropractors in Irving That Care

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.

Call 972-255-4443 now and we can develop a chiropractic plan specific for you.

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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

Dr. Derek Herms
Irving Chiropractors | Parker Chiropractic Clinic | 972-255-4443

3719 N Belt Line Rd
Irving, TX 75038

Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • ""It was wonderful to be able to move my back and neck fully without pain.""
    Debi / Irving Texas
  • ""It is the only treatment that has made a difference in the quality of my life.""
    Rich / Dallas, Texas
  • ""Today those areas of my body are working as they were 10 years ago.""
    Steve
  • ""I did not know how bad I had really felt, until I realized how much better I was feeling.""
    Kathy / Irving, Texas
  • ""I started to feel the effects almost immediately.""
    Larry
  • ""I can walk easily.""
    Margaret N.

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