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Welcome to Parker Chiropractic Clinic

Drs. Jim and John Parker care about their patients. Their roots began at an early age as part of a family who has practiced in the chiropractic field for three generations. The Parker College of Chiropractic was founded by their father in Dallas, Texas, with the Parker Chiropractic Clinic being opened in Irving, Texas in 1997. In 2014, we welcomed Dr. Derek Herms into the practice.

Services with your Chiropractor in Irving

Chiropractic care makes a difference, especially when experiencing pain and discomfort from auto accidents, work or sports injuries. Having an experienced family chiropractic care facility can not only give your body relief, but provides peace of mind in restoring your body back to its normal state. Our chiropractors treat a number of conditions, including:

  • Lower back pain
  • Neck and upper back pain
  • Headaches
  • Pinched nerves
  • Slipped discs
  • Sciatica

The team works diligently to diagnose and aid any symptoms and ailments that cause pain and discomfort.  We also provide holistic healthcare in a state-of-the-art facility, utilizing the best technology and modern chiropractic techniques such as spinal decompression, massage therapy, and weight loss recommendations.

Working with a Caring Chiropractic Staff

Our team has a genuine concern for your health and we are fully committed to treating your conditions with non-invasive, drug-free, research-based recommendations and methods. Our goal is to improve your quality of life while alleviating pain, restoring your range of motion, mobility and flexibility.  The body tells you when something is going wrong, and we work to help get it back in its best condition. While certain aches and pains seem simple, it could be an indication of some underlying problem that could worsen over time. Getting the attention you need while things are minor can make a difference.

Contact our Irving Chiropractors Today

Living in pain and discomfort should not be your first choice. There are alternatives that can quickly provide relief. Our goal is to ensure you are in the best condition possible, and getting any treatments you need. Our chiropractor will consult with you and develop a customized chiropractic plan to achieve results. To receive free wellness and health articles, subscribe to our bi-weekly newsletter. There’s so much to learn at Parker Chiropractic and Wellness! For more information, questions or to schedule a consultation, give us a call at (972) 255-4443 to start the journey to getting back to your best self today!  


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.""
  • ""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.""
  • ""I can walk easily.""
    Margaret N.

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