Southlake Chiropractor Neck & Back Pain Headache Doctorate Dr Thwaites Welcomed

Helping Southlake, Texas residents move freely without pain, Metroplex Wellness Chiropractic, an integrated wellness clinic, welcomes the only Doctor of Medicine and Doctor of Chiropractic in Southlake to their team.

Southlake, United States - April 21, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Southlake, Texas-based, Metroplex Wellness Chiropractic, a comprehensive wellness and integrated care chiropractic clinic, has launched a welcome campaign for Dr Thwaites the only Southlake chiropractor to have earned both a Doctor of Medicine and Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Serving in the US Army as both a solider and Medical Service Corp Officer, Dr Thwaites brings his vast knowledge of human anatomy to Metroplex Wellness in the hope of bringing greater wellness to the community.

More information is available at https://metroplexwellness.com.

Recently launched, the welcome campaign introduces Dr Thwaites to the Southlake community as a professional who provides holistic care that improves the quality of life. Having both a chiropractic and medical degree means that Dr Thwaites looks at all aspects to determine the best course of treatment for each patient.

By reviewing all patient history – medical reports and laboratory results, as well as notes – Dr Thwaites then conducts a comprehensive examination and evaluation based on existing ailments. This methodology then enables Dr Thwaites to guide his patients along the path to optimal health.

Dr Thwaites also focuses on each patient individually, as there is no one-size-fits-all. Why? Well, the human body varies from person-to-person based on their genetic predispositions, physical history, and lifestyle. As such, Dr Thwaites know that treating every patient the same is not the best way to achieve positive results.

Metroplex Wellness Chiropractic delivers customized treatment plans that cater to individual situations. This approach enables the team to provide solutions to aches, pains, and mobility loss, so patient health improves overtime gradually.

When asked about the services that Metroplex Wellness Chiropractic provide, one client said, “After years of headaches they’ve gone. Thank you, Dr Thwaites, and Metroplex.”

To find out more about Metroplex Wellness Chiropractic and their Medical Doctorate Degree chiropractor, Dr Thwaites, who has just joined the clinic, please phone 214 205 2661 or click on the link above. Visitors to the site can also learn about the new patient special that Metroplex Wellness has on offer.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Richard Thwaites
Organization: Metroplex Wellness Chiropractic
Address: 950 East State Highway 114 #160-108, Southlake, TX 76092, United States
Phone: +1-214-205-2661

For more information, please visit https://www.metroplexwellness.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 334849

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