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Old 10-31-12, 01:51 PM
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Chiropractors in Dallas area?

Looking for some recommendations. Preferably someone with experience working with cyclists.
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Old 11-02-12, 04:39 PM
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Originally Posted by kato7997
Looking for some recommendations. Preferably someone with experience working with cyclists.
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Dr. Tim Davis in Fort Worth has treated my wife and me incredibly well with some difficult problems. That's a long haul from Dallas, but it may be worth while to call and get a referal. My wife was numb and tingling on her left side, saw a general doc, neurologist, CT scan, testing, testing, anxiety, fear, etc. etc.....and finaly Dr. Davis.

She's fine now after a few visits.

I have lower back problems. Tight hamstrings. Sit in a cubicle, ride the bike, then have pain. Dr Davis is for real. No stupid payment plans or any of that. Go in once, twice and you're done. Good guy.
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Ron Tribendis is in Plano near Preston and Plano Pkwy. Ron is a competitive triathlete and knows what ails a cyclist. Ron got me back on the training circuit a number of times when I thought I was out of it...
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Dr Jeff Goodwin in Allen, TX is my man. I no longer have back pain.
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Texas Spinal Rehab in Frisco is good and they know about
cycling. Very progressive office, and the massages are well worth the visits
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Originally Posted by jlynnbob
Ron Tribendis is in Plano near Preston and Plano Pkwy. Ron is a competitive triathlete and knows what ails a cyclist. Ron got me back on the training circuit a number of times when I thought I was out of it...
I've also been to see Tribendis, and lots of the Plano area riders are regulars. He knows his stuff and just where to work on cyclists.
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