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The oldest of 3 boys, Dr. Davis was raised in Denver, Colorado. After finishing high school in 1995, he went on to attend the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, and graduated with a BA in Kinesiology and a minor in Nutrition. During his time at UNC, Dr. Davis’ plan was to either go on to medical school or physical therapy school, until he learned about what Chiropractic was all about. It was at that moment that he immediately knew that he had found the career path for him. “I loved the idea of treating the physical ailments of the body without drugs or surgery.”
After graduating from UNC in 1999, Dr. Davis was accepted at Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City, MO, and 3 ½ years later, received his Doctorate degree. At that time, he accepted a position in West Monroe, Louisiana (yes…….home of Duck Dynasty) to study under a Chiropractor who had opened and owned multiple offices in the northern part of the state. In 2006 he purchased the practice where he was clinic director for 3 years and just recently sold it.
Through the years Dr. Davis has studied multiple treatments to speed up patient results. These include: Acupuncture, Active Release Techniques, Neuromechanical Adjusting, Kennedy Decompression Technique, Trigenics, and Fascial Distortion Model. “My biggest frustration in practice has always been when I am unable to help someone, so I’ve continued to study and learn as much as I can in order to help as many patients as possible."
Outside of the office Dr. Davis enjoys spending time with his family: wife Julie, and 2 daughters, Ella (7) and Emma (4). He also enjoys weight lifting, cycling, martial arts, hunting, and rooting for the Denver Broncos.
Dr. Findura first learned about Chiropractic in his seventh grade science class. He firmly stated his intentions of becoming an astronaut while one of his classmates expressed their desire of becoming a Chiropractor. “They are Doctors that use the body to heal itself, not by using drugs or surgery.”
From then on Dr. Findura was set on his path. This was further solidified his freshman year in undergrad at Montclair State University in New Jersey. During a lacrosse game he was hit by an opposing player which resulted in a lower back injury. While receiving treatment from his Chiropractor, Dr. Findura was further injured by an attempted adjustment.
This resulted in a promise to his future patients: “To never cause harm.” Dr. Findura is extremely dedicated to improving the health and well-being of his patients and is adamant that their experience be both positive and comfortable under his care.
Obtaining an undergraduate degree in Biology set the foundation for his education at Parker Chiropractic College in Dallas, TX where Dr. Findura achieved his dream that began in seventh grade, graduating in 2006. He has studied multiple treatments including Active Release Techniques (full body), and Functional Integrated Needling for Pain and Sports Injury Management.
Dr. Findura has an athletic background that includes track and cross-country, volleyball, lacrosse, rock climbing, cycling, swimming and most recently triathlon and other multisport events. His experience serves as a valuable asset in the treatment of athletes. Dr. Findura has also achieved the rank of Eagle Scout.
He currently lives with his wife in Wylie, TX. Outside of the office he can be found on the race courses during tri season and is usually enjoying the company of his dogs, Cadence and Aubrey, on his runs. He is most passionate about cycling and is always looking for an opportunity to get some saddle time.
Dr. Chase Vincent discovered his calling in chiropractic when he witnessed the benefits of chiropractic as a kid. Dr. Vincent grew up in Oklahoma City with his parents who both received regular chiropractic care to maintain their health and wellness. Dr. Vincent realized that chiropractic care enabled his dad to continue providing for his family working for the FAA as well as allowing him to pursue his passion in a physically demanding hobby of building hot rods.
Dr. Vincent grew up playing team sports, racing BMX bikes, and running track and cross country in high school. After finishing his biology undergraduate at Oklahoma State University, he moved to Dallas to attend Parker University where he received his Doctorate in Chiropractic. Dr. Vincent is truly inspired to positively impact the lives and well-being of his patients and advocating active, healthy lifestyles. He enjoys caring for those who love pushing their own physical and mental boundaries and keeping them participating in all aspects of life.
He has a diverse skill set tailored to treat and prevent injures, restore function, and improve performance. Certifications and techniques include Chiropractic manipulations, Medical Acupuncture, Functional Dry Needling, Fascial Distortion Model, McKenzie Method, and the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA). Dr. Vincent believes that healthcare should be hands-on and patients should take an active role in their care.
He lives in Dallas, TX with his wife and two beautiful little girls. In his spare time he enjoys building classic cars, riding motorcycles, road and mountain biking, spending time outdoors and hanging out with his family.