I grew up in Charleston, West Virginia. My college career started at Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia where I graduated in 1999 with a Bachelors Degree in Chemistry. I then attended Chiropractic school in Dallas, TX at Parker College. I now reside in Frisco, TX with my family, which consists of my son and daughter, and 6 dogs.
I truly believe the body has the unlimited power to heal almost anything if the stumbling blocks to health are properly removed. I am grateful that I have chosen this profession because my passion for it continues to grow each day when working with patients who are committed to the healing process and becoming truly healthy. I love to educate and inspire patients to strive for and achieve optimal health. I have complete faith in the principles of alternative therapies and know that our bodies have an unlimited capacity to improve and heal themselves.
I believe with all my heart in how I practice and always strive to improve it. So much so that one of my many passions has become to travel the country teaching courses in alternative medicine to doctors of various disciplines including doctors of chiropractic, medicine, naturopathy and homeopathy.
B. J. Palmer wrote “I have never considered it beneath my dignity to do anything that will relieve human suffering.” I established my practice because I believe that the north Dallas Area is underserved by truly holistic Chiropractors and the people here deserve the best possible care available. The whole purpose of my practice is to help my patients get well and STAY WELL. What seems to make this practice unique is that I use nearly every available cutting edge technique. I have attended over 1500 hours of post graduate seminars in every part of the country learning the latest techniques in healing the body, several of them as a teaching assistant.
My personal promise to you is that I will give you 110% in your process of healing and give you my very best attention in helping you achieve optimum wellness so you can feel great and help those around you feel better too. No problem is too big. If you are willing to participate, I love a good challenge
Dr. Jon J. Gregor D.C.