Dr. Hunter George, DC
We are a FAMILY based Chiropractic office focused
Dr. Hunter George graduated in August of 2020 from Parker University with his doctorate in Chiropractic with an emphasis on rehabilitative sports medicine and injury prevention for athletes of all ages and levels. During his post graduate training, Hunter worked with Dallas’ best sports medicine and orthopedic physicians in post-surgical physical therapy, exercise and muscular rehabilitation, and restorative chiropractic care. He studied under the team doctors for the Dallas Cowboys, FC Dallas soccer, Dallas Renegades XFL team, Dallas Stars hockey, Dallas Wings WNBA, Dallas Striders running club, and Baylor Track and Field. Can you tell that he really likes sports?!? Hunter earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Health Sciences from Baylor University with a minor in Leadership. He continued his athletic participation as a member of the Baylor Club baseball team throughout his undergraduate years.
Hunter grew up in Tyler, Texas. He played baseball, football, basketball, and soccer. As a first-team academic all-state athlete, he helped his high school varsity teams win State Championships in baseball and football. Hunter also spent time serving on numerous church mission trips abroad the United States and beyond.
As an advocate for overall health and wellness, Hunter believes patient education is essential for growth and sustainability. “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” -Nelson Mandela
Hunter strives to deliver excellent evidence-based approach to his patients’ chiropractic care that includes addressing soft tissue related disorders with hands on deep tissue release, graston, cupping, flossing, nerve gliding and electro-stimulation therapy.
“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.”