October is Chiropractic Health Month!

Because we believe so much in the power of chiropractic and because Dr. Jake wants everyone to feel great, we’re offering FREE CONSULTATIONS this month to any new patients interested in learning more about how chiropractic can ease pain, improve functions, and make you happier and healthier.

We’ll also be posting one great benefit of chiropractic care here and on our social networks every day this month, so follow along!

Here’s what Texas Gov. Greg Abbott wrote in his official proclamation of Chiropractic Health Month in Texas:

“As far too many Americans and Texans know, chronic pain remains a huge public health problem and one of the most prevalent reasons why people seek medical care. Chronic pain negatively impacts many aspects of a person’s life as well as the lives of their families, friends, and caregivers. It is essential that patients understand all treatment options for various types of pain.


Chiropractors are highly skilled professionals who are dedicated to providing safe and effective physician-level health care to patients suffering from back pain. Chiropractic care focuses on disorders of the musculoskeletal system and the nervous system as well as promotes a hands-on, non-drug approach to pain management and healthy lifestyles. Their expertise in the prevention, care, and rehabilitation of back, neck, joint, and head pain is critical for treating patients with various pains and disorders and can save the public from the physical and financial tolls of other treatment options.


As a first line of defense against pain, chiropractors’ services can help individuals heal naturally without the need for drugs or surgery. At this time, I encourage all Texans to learn more about the vital role that chiropractors play in the health care field and how chiropractic services can benefit their lives.
I commend Texas chiropractors for their commitment and efforts to improve the quality of life for all Texans by promoting effective pain management and healthy lifestyles.” — Texas Gov. Greg Abbott