Britton A. Taylor, DC

I am a Doctor of Chiropractic serving the Haslet, Keller, Roanoke and Fort Worth areas.  My mission statement is simple, “to keep you at your best, for the rest of your life”.  Chiropractic is more than my job, it is my passion.   I first became interested in Chiropractic when I saw its dramatic effects on my own father, sparing him from back surgery.  I have seen the benefits first hand as a patient and can not wait to share Chiropractic with you.

Personal life:

I was born in Roanoke, VA and raised in Roanoke Texas (what are the odds?), graduating from Keller High School.  I went on to attend Parker University where I received two bachelor of Science Degrees (one in Anatomy, and one in health and wellness) and a Doctorate of Chiropractic.  One of the most exciting experiences in my scholastic career was a chance to live in Bogota, Colombia to help condition and treat their national Olympic team.  I use this experience to help treat patients of all ages and conditions at my offices.

I married my wife Kristine in 2012 and we have 3 children; Vivian, Britton David, and Olivia.  When not working with patients, my time is filled with “farm duties” and I serve as an Advisory Board Member to FOI. (Foundation Outreach International)

For fun, I enjoy traveling, target shooting, and restoring my classic cars: both are 1968 Dodge Chargers, and both are very much works in progress..

I have the following degrees:

  • Doctor of Chiropractic, DC
  • Bachelor of Science, BS Anatomy
  • Bachelor of Science, BS Health and Wellness

As, well as being one of the first doctors in the united states to receive a national certification for Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression.

My practice is in Haslet, Texas a town I am proud to call home.   I am a former adjunct professor at Parker University, teaching a class called “Full Spine Adjusting”.