I'm the proud holder of a Doctorate of Chiropractic from Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas Texas.
I absolutely LOVE Chiropractic! I love talking about it, continuing to learn about it, and I especially love doing it.
I also have passion for what I call myofascial release, which is kind of like a massage, but not really. You see, one can have restrictions in the range of motion of the joints AND the muscles, and this technique takes care of that aspect of it. After all it is a musculo-skeletal SYSTEM, they always work together, and it's my humble philosophy that they should be treated together and not separately. People tell me all the time that they have tried massage or Chiropractic and how it didn't work, but when applied together it's a completely different experience that has a completely different effect on the body. Did I mention I love it?
Born in Batesville Arkansas and raised by his blessed grandparents, Dr. Baird began chiropractic care at a young age. Dr. Baird suffered from Transient Ischemic Attacks during his childhood and was lucky to have grandparents who took him to the chiropractor for treatment. From his amazing experiences with his chiropractor, Dr. Baird knew from an early age he wanted to be a chiropractor.
Dr. Baird has long been perfecting his tactile skills. He has been a musician since he was eight years old and has twice held the title of Arkansas State Champion Old Time Fiddler. As an artist, craftsman, and chiropractor, Dr. Baird has developed the confident hands of an experienced practitioner.
Dr. Baird met and fell in love with his wife, Dr. Jessica Baird, while they were both studying at Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas Texas. They have been blessed with two sweet little girls. Dr. Baird shows his passion for optimizing others’ experience of life with his warm personality, and his commitment to patient health through family chiropractic care.