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Services & Techniques

At Action Chiropractic, we take great pride in providing the finest chiropractic care to each and every patient. We have included information below about the different chiropractic services offered in our Dallas chiropractic office, but please call us at 214-821-9999 if you have any questions!

Spinal Decompression

Spinal Decompression is a safe, comfortable, non-surgical alternative in the treatment of severe, chronic and acute lower back pain, sciatica (pain traveling to the legs) and other pinched nerves due to disc compression in the lower back or neck.  Our decompression unit can be tailored to suit your specific disc injury and spinal complaints and best of all, IT WORKS!  It has a 75% success rate that has been researched and proven (provided to you upon request).  Pain medication doesn’t work and is damaging to your kidneys and liver and not to mention habit forming.  Injections only help temporarily and can be quite expensive.  Surgery should be your LAST option.  Come in and see us today for a free consultation if you’d like and find out if you’re a candidate for spinal decompression therapy.  It’s time to stop hurting and start living! 


Chiropractic Care

We provide advanced spinal correction and chiropractic adjustments utilizing "state of the art" chiropractic techniques. Never in the history of chiropractic care have chiropractors been able to provide the level of help and expertise that is available today. Many of the newest chiropractic techniques are actually safer, more comfortable and more effective than ever before. As a chiropractor who cares about utilizing the most advanced chiropractic techniques, Corey Skinner has years of training, expertise and experience in helping patients get pain relief for back pain, neck pain, headaches, and other related conditions originating from the spine. Chiropractic care under a trained professional can even be used to prevent injuries and help you achieve total health or wellness.


Corrective Exercises

At Action Chiropractic, we teach our patients how to perform special "blueprint" exercises which can help strengthen and correct the irregularities in their body which may be causing pain. Many of these corrective exercises can actually be performed in the comfort of your own home to help improve the effectiveness of your chiropractic care and spinal correction plan. In addition to skeletal misalignment, you may be experiencing pain that is caused by muscles and connective tissues which are out of their proper place. Other types of pain such as back pain, neck pain, and headaches are caused by muscles and tissues that are being used improperly, causing injuries over time. In each case, targeted corrective exercises and stretches from our experienced chiropractor will help you feel good while also helping your body achieve balance and health.


Lifestyle Advice

Many of our patients come to see our chiropractor to address a specific pain symptom such as back pain, neck pain or headaches. While our chiropractor will address each patient's specific condition with chiropractic care, we often find it helpful to "coach" our patients towards achieving a healthier lifestyle. For example, there may be certain activities that you should avoid or do differently to prevent yourself from unintentionally aggravating your particular health challenges. The goal of including lifestyle advice with a chiropractic care plan is to help each and every patient achieve the fulfilling and happy lifestyle they deserve, one that is full of the activities that are enjoyed most. We recognize that every single one of our patients is a whole person, and we use our expertise to help them reach total health and wellness.


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Kinesio Tapping

Kinesio Tapping is one of the fast growing and most popular forms of complimentary physical therapy being used today.  Ever watch professional football, basketball or even the Olympics?  You may notice various tapping patterns on the shoulders, knees and elbows of some of your favorite athletes.  The tape works by separating the outer layer of skin tissue from the inner layer beneath (Fascia), which creates a gap or channel between the layers to allow the swelling to drain quicker.  It stabilizes the joint.  Its comfortable and get this, you can even shower while wearing it!  It works wonders for sports injuries to our extremities, such as ankles, wrists, shoulders and knees.  It also does well with neck, middle and lower back pain and rehabilitation.  We even have multiple fun colors so you can accessorize!  Just kidding (but we do).  Dr. Skinner and his staff are well trained and experienced in all tapping procedures.  If you're familiar with this advanced method and would like to try it out, or would like more information, we'll be more than happy to assist you.


Trigger Point Therapy

Trigger Point therapy has been proven to dramatically speed up the healing process by breaking up tough, painful muscular scar tissue, while increasing circulation to the affected areas and reducing muscle spasms.  We've gotten EXCELLENT results with this muscle therapy, often exceeding the results of chiropractic adjustments alone.  It can actually help your musculoskeletal system achieve  better balance and health.  TP therapy offers a natural  treatment approach which actually relieves musculoskeletal pain for many patients. Our chiropractic office provides patients specific muscular therapy that is complimentary to their chiropractic care. Each plan is tailored to meet the patient's unique pain condition or injury. 


Spinal & Postural Screenings

There is a saying that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Your spinal health is no exception. Posture and spinal screenings by a trained and experienced chiropractor such as Corey Skinner can help reveal important health information, unlocking the door to improved health and well-being. In order to help the Dallas community, we provide screenings at area malls, community events, health fairs and places of employment. Contact us today at 214-821-9999 to arrange a screening at your event or workplace.

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9-1pm

3-6pm

Tuesday:

10-1pm

3-6pm

Wednesday:

9-1pm

3-6pm

Thursday:

10-1pm

3-6pm

Friday:

9-1pm

3-6pm

Saturday:

10:00am

2:00pm

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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Testimonial

Review By Our Satisfied Patient

  • "Dr. Skinner and his medical technician are extremely friendly and personable. They care about your overall health and try to get to know you to provide excellent care. I have a wide range of issues and have been seeing Dr. Skinner for a couple of months. I still have pain, but it has definitely improved since I first started with Dr. Skinner. I would recommend Dr. Skinner if chiropractic is the appropriate level of care."
    Richard T. Dallas, TX

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