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We value our patients' experience at Action Chiropractic. If you are currently a chiropractic patient, please feel free to complete the following Client Experience Questionnaire. The Questionnaire is in Adobe Acrobat format, and requires the free Acrobat Reader to view.

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Corey Skinner
Your Dallas Chiropractor


  • "As a longtime patient of Action Chiropractic, I can recommend Dr. Corey Skinner and his staff wholeheartedly. I met Dr. Skinner very early this year when I sprained the MCL in my left knee. His care, advice and quick responses were not only appreciated, but incredibly effective. I still visit every two weeks for routine lower back adjustments and knee therapy. My knee is doing really well; no more crutches (thank goodness!) and no more cane. I only wear my soft brace when I take my daily long walks. If anybody is considering chiropractic care, please see Dr. Skinner. Remember that pills are mere band aids. Chiropractic care is drug-free and it gets results."
    -Mario Tarradell
  • "I've seen Dr. Skinner a few times at his new location on Mockingbird. I have enjoyed every visit that I've been to. He's very professional and so is his staff. I've had good results in my treatment and would 100% recommend Dr. Skinner and Action Chiropractic to anyone."
    -Jennifer Flores
  • "I've seen Dr. Skinner off and on since he worked in Arlington. Any time that I need treatment, I look for him because I refuse to go to anyone else. I have always liked that Dr. Skinner is personable, professional, and really cares about his patients. You can see it right away when you walk into his clinic and the way he and his staff greets you. I am glad that I have found a doctor like him. For the first time in a long time, I can say he has helped me with my back pain. I still go for maintenance adjustments and I enjoy every time I go."
    -C F.

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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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