Chiropractor Keller TX

McIntyre Family Chiropractic

Welcome to McIntyre Family Chiropractic, where you will experience the difference of foundational correction. Our Keller Chiropractors' goal is to help you live the life that you want for yourself and your family.

We want you to be able to accomplish your goals and be able to do the things you love. Whether your goal is to live an active life, get through a pregnancy with comfort and ease, grow a healthy family, or find the help you’ve needed for a serious health condition, we are committed to serving you and providing the highest quality chiropractic care to help meet your goals. We are conveniently located on Keller Pkwy, in Keller, TX. We look forward to meeting you and finding out exactly how Chiropractic can help you!​​​

Evaluation

After taking your health history into account, your chiropractor will perform a physical examination. Your chiropractor may feel your spine, joints, and examine your range of motion.

Assessment

A chiropractic exam will be thorough and may include X-rays, orthopedic tests, and neurological tests.

Spinal Exam

To determine what parts of your spine would require chiropractic treatment, your chiropractor will likely use a palpation technique to find what areas of your spine's mobility are restricted.

X-Rays

Many healthcare providers employ the use of x-rays for diagnostic purposes, including chiropractors. They are useful in helping identify the source of a problem, its potential severity, and potentially guiding the course of treatment.

Benefits of Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic works by restoring your own inborn ability to be healthy. For your body to remain healthy, your nervous system must function well. For your nervous system to function well it must be free of interference caused from these imbalances and misalignments in your spine (subluxations). By restoring spinal integrity through Chiropractic adjustments, nerve interference by misaligned vertebrae is removed, thus allowing optimal nervous system function and improved health.

We are committed to helping you become the person you are meant to be! Optimal alignment, optimal functional, Optimal LIFE!​​​​​​​​

Chiropractor Keller TX Michael McIntyre
Chiropractic Keller TX Outside

HOW WE CAN HELP

We are committed to providing you the most advanced and specific Chiropractic care. We do this utilizing the Gonstead Technique in order to provide cutting-edge chiropractic care that is specific to each individual. We go above and beyond to get to the root cause of your health challenges and help you become the best version of yourself. Chiropractic helps to remove imbalances and structural misalignments that can accumulate in our bodies over time. These imbalances and misalignments can directly affect the function of your Nervous System, the master controller. ​

CONTACT OUR CLINIC TODAY!

McIntyre Family Chiropractic offers safe, effective Keller chiropractic treatment for patients of all ages. We have experience treating lower back pain, neck pain, arthritis, headaches, and other ailments. With our personalized approach and flexible chiropractic treatment in Keller TX, we are confident that you will find hope and healing with us.

Our Keller chiropractic wellness center would love to meet you! Contact us today to schedule an appointment – and don’t forget to ask about our new patient specials!

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To Take Control Of Your Health

If you are ready to revitalize your health and increase your quality of life, please take advantage of our New Patient Special Offer. There are no obligations, only the opportunity to start living the life you deserve!

What Kind of Training Does a Keller Chiropractor Have?

In order to become a chiropractor, one must complete a minimum of four years at an accredited chiropractic institution. Before being able to attend chiropractic school, it is required to have an undergraduate degree in basic science or a number of years of experience in a different but relevant health profession.

Students working through the program to become chiropractors must log at least 4,200 hours in the classroom and also must, at minimum, undergo 1,000 hours of supervised training in a clinic. These supervised hours are used to teach how to diagnose specific conditions and what treatment techniques to use in order to bring the body back to its full potential.

Components of the Gonstead System

X-Rays
Palpation
Instrumentation
Visualization
Case Management