Dr. Alexandria "Ali" Salvidar, DC
We are a FAMILY based chiropractic office focused
Dr. Alexandria “Ali” Saldivar graduated from Parker University with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Dr. Ali is a Dallas native who grew up in the small town of Farmersville, Texas.
Before pursuing her Doctor of Chiropractic degree, Dr. Ali attended a Division I school, McNeese State University, where she was a collegiate athlete for all four years from 2017-2020. During her time at McNeese State, Dr. Ali excelled as a student-athlete, balancing her rigorous academic schedule with a demanding training regimen. Her dedication and hard work paid off, as she received several accolades and awards for her outstanding performance both on and off the field.
Dr. Ali earned her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a concentration in Exercise Science from McNeese State University, where she developed a deep understanding of the human body and its functions. Her academic background, coupled with her athletic experience, gives her a unique perspective on the importance of proper movement and biomechanics in maintaining optimal health and wellness. Dr. Ali has additional training certifications in chiropractic and fitness including the Webster technique (Pregancy certified) via the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) and she is a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS). She has also been trained extensively in pediatrics under the guidance of Dr.Bree, DC and the ICPA.
Overall, Dr. Ali is dedicated and poised and wants to make a significant impact on the lives of patients with chiropractic. She is on a mission to empower families to find freedom in their health through chiropractic care that aligns with the needs of her patients.
“The sickness business is reactive. Despite its enormous size, people become customers only when they are stricken by and react to a specific condition or complaint…the wellness business is proactive. People voluntarily become customers — to feel healthier, to reduce the effects of aging, and to avoid becoming customers of the sickness business. Everyone wants to be a customer of this earlier-stage approach to health.”