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Located in the heart of Wichita Falls on Southwest Parkway, Dr. David Cartwright is one of the premier health care providers in the area.  At Falls Clinic of Chiropractic we are dedicated to helping you achieve your health objectives.  Combining skill and expertise, we have earned a reputation throughout Texas for getting results, even with the most difficult of cases. Our doctor is specifically trained and proficient in a little known, very gentle but highly effective chiropractic procedure called GONSTEAD that is proven to bring you better health and a better way of life.  Chronic pain and suffering is something not to take lightly, and that is why we have committed ourselves to the highest standard of natural care possible.  Don't take our word for it, come find out for yourself!


At Falls Clinic of  Chiropractic our goal is help as many people as possible experience life without relying on the use of drugs or surgery.   

Every one of us is naturally programmed for HEALTH and VITALITY. No one should accept anything less than this.We have found that most people take better care of their cars than they do their own bodies.  This obviously is a recipe for disaster because our vehicles are replaceable while our bodies are not.  That is why it is our great privilege and honor to empower people with the knowledge necessary, to make choices that result in a lifetime of vibrant HEALTH for themselves and their families.

So if you or someone you know is suffering needlessly, has "tried everything," and is still without answers, do not hesitate any longer. 

Please feel free to explore our website and discover the wonders of a healthier lifestyle through chiropractic.  If you happen to come up with any questions, simply click on the "email us" link or call us at 940.692.1522.

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"The Doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease."
- Thomas Edison


Dr. David Cartwright
Wichita Falls Chiropractor | Falls Clinic of Chiropractic | 940.692.1522

2925 Southwest Pkwy, Ste. B
Wichita Falls, Texas 76308

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