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Chiropractor Near You in Waco, Texas

Welcome to The Joint Chiropractic - Waco! As your Waco chiropractor dedicated to family chiropractic and spine health, we invite you to join the millions of Americans who have not only found relief from lower back pain, sciatica pain, and migraines, but also a pathway to wellness with chiropractic's natural, drug-free approach to healthcare.

How can chiropractors at The Joint Chiropractic in Waco help you?

Whether you have seen a chiropractor in the past or are seeking a local chiropractor near you for the first time, expect your visit to The Joint Chiropractic - Waco to be different from any healthcare experience you've had before. Perhaps even life-changing.

Here are a few reasons why The Joint Chiropractic in Waco is your perfect destination for pain relief and preventative care:

  • Conveniently Located
  • Open Nights & Weekends
  • No Appointments Required
  • No Insurance Hassles, Requirements or Copays
  • Quality Chiropractic Care by Licensed Professionals
  • Affordable Personalized Care Plans

As you can see, chiropractic care provided by the licensed chiropractors at The Joint offers you and your family an affordable, convenient and accessible solution like no other.

How can routine chiropractic care help improve your quality of life?

Through manual manipulation of the spine delivered to the highest standards by licensed chiropractors, chiropractic care works to restore and maintain proper communication from your brain to your body by relieving what chiropractors refer to as a subluxation, or a misalignment, of the spine. Restoring proper alignment to the spine can assist with pain relief and prevention of:

  • Lower Back Pain
  • Upper Back Pain
  • Neck Pain
  • Migraine and Tension Headaches
  • Shoulder Pain and Elbow Pain
  • Knee, Foot and Ankle Pain
  • Sciatica
  • Chronic Injuries
  • And More!

So whatever “symptoms” you or your family may be experiencing, visit our Waco chiropractic office today to learn more about how you could improve your overall health and well-being. And remember, you never need an appointment to visit, so stop in when it is convenient for you. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Meet The Doctors

Dr. Emily McKenzie, D.C. is a Chiropractor at Waco

Dr. Emily Greer became part of The Joint Chiropractic’s team of local healthcare providers in 2020 when she began serving residents in the Waco area, where she continues doing the work she finds so rewarding.

“The thing I like most about being in the chiropractic field is helping people find relief from mild to severe pain without the use of drugs or surgery,” she says. “It’s gratifying to educate patients that chiropractic, along with exercise, nutrition, and counseling, are professions of health care by finding root causes of pain and problems so the body can use its innate intelligence to stay in a state of true health.”

Dr. Emily, as she is known to patients, grew up in Marshall but had family in Waco and visited the Heart of Texas regularly as a child; she has ancestral roots in the founding of the Waco Tribune Herald, Providence Hospital Cardiology Unit, St. Mary’s Catholic Church, and the Heart of Texas Fair and Rodeo.

She enjoys spending time with her German shepherd, Traeger, and family, which includes taking her grandchildren swimming and to the Cameron Park Zoo. Dr. Emily serves the community on city council, participates in church activities, and likes camping, hiking, traveling, and reading.

She went on to Parker Chiropractic College to get her doctorate in chiropractic. Dr. Emily attended Texas A&M where she majored in community health and minored in speech communication. She even had a spot on Texas A&M’s first organized dance team and performed at various campus events.

“My parents always took me to a chiropractor when I was growing up, for everything from a stomachache to acne to dancing injuries,” she says. “I always understood that the main hardware and communication from the brain to the rest of the entire body came out of the spinal cord by way of nerves that exit in-between the vertebral area and an impingement could hinder those signals and cause symptoms elsewhere in the body. Restoring those signals is vital health care. For instance, I always thought that if you have to take blood pressure medication to keep blood pressure down, that isn’t health care, it’s just maintaining symptoms; health care would be to find out how to have healthy blood pressure without relying on drugs to keep it down for you.”

She is grateful to treat patients at the Waco clinic location. “Dr. Drew does an excellent job of making his employees feel like we are all in this together,” she says. “We’re encouraged to take whatever time we need to connect with patients to help them get the best care and concern possible.”

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She loves her health, but Dr. Emily admits that she also loves bacon and keeps it stocked in her refrigerator at home. “It makes everything taste better, and the smell of freshly cooking bacon brings back such vivid memories of my youth and waking up to my mom and dad cooking breakfast on Saturdays,” she says. “Both my parents are now deceased, so in some weird way it makes me feel closer to them through memories.”

If she could bring together any four people from history for a night of conversation, she would include “Mother Mary to have the conversation with the mother of all mothers who has lived through the highest of highs and lowest of lows of motherhood; St. Paul to hear how they would reminisce about Jesus’ birth, life, death, and resurrection; Catholic theologian Dr. Scott Hahn, who would know what theological questions to ask them; and President John F. Kennedy because ... who doesn’t want to know?”

Dr. Emily loves to travel. “I spent a summer touring Mexico with a Mexican symphony orchestra and our college choir singing the mass in Latin through landlocked cities of Mexico from the capitol to orphanages in small villages,” she says. “I also spent time in Germany to see where my ancestors came from, and saw the Neuschwanstein Castle where Walt Disney got the idea for Cinderella’s castle.And I have been cliff jumping in Maui. But I still have a bucket list of places to go!”

Although he has been serving Waco-area residents for some time, Dr. Jordan Palmer joined The Joint Chiropractic’s team of local healthcare providers in 2022 to continue doing the work he finds so gratifying.

“The best thing about being a chiropractor is that I get to help patients with their health and see them progress towards a healthier life,” he says. “I get to share my knowledge and experience so that they have the tools they need to change their own lives for the better.”

Dr Palmer was raised in Dallas and is married to a general practitioner. They enjoy running, hiking, traveling, and exploring local restaurants.

It was at Parker University that Dr. Palmer earned his doctorate after having previously earned a bachelor’s degree in biology at Dallas Baptist.

“I knew that I wanted to be a chiropractor when my own chiropractor helped me return from a significant back injury from playing football,” he says

Likewise, one of the most impactful moments he has had as a doctor took place when he “was able to help a father with back pain be able to pick up and play with his children again.”

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If he could bring together any four people from history for his ideal dinner party, Dr. Palmer would bring together the eclectic group of Albert Einstein “for his contributions to science and his creative ability to problem solve”; Thomas Aquinas “for his in-depth introspection and bridging the gap between theology and philosophy”; Magnus Carlsen, the top-ranked chess player in the world “to get some tips to improve my game”; and Diana Nyad, “who completed the longest non-stop swim at 110 miles at age 64.”

If you’re looking for a good read, Dr. Palmer recommends Dust of a Distant Mesa by Dale Sims. “It was written by a friend and mentor,” he says. “The book is a true story about friendship, loss, redemption, and courage that I found inspiring.”

Dr. Palmer says the one thing he always keeps stocked in his kitchen is hot sauce: “Whether I’m trying to eat healthy or not, hot sauce can be a low-calorie way to kick my meal up a notch.”

Dr. Donald Jones joined The Joint Chiropractic in 2022 when he became part of the team at the Waco clinic, where he does the rewarding work of helping people as their local healthcare provider.

“I enjoy offering my patients a simple way to manage their joint pain, one that educates them on the root causes of joint and muscle pain and different options for resolving that pain,” he says. “Treatment includes joint manipulation, stretching, exercises, and when necessary, coordinating their needs with other healthcare professionals. I also like seeing a patient respond to chiropractic care. They come in with pain, and after a spinal adjustment they're smiling and happy to be moving again with less pain.”

Originally from the Pasadena/Deer Park area, Dr. Jones previously worked in Houston, Austin, Conroe, and Beaumont.

His wife, Mimi, is a neonatal nurse who enjoys knitting, quilting, and playing Bingo. They have two sons and two daughters, six grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. They have a dachshund, Coco, and a shorkie (a shih tzu and Yorkshire terrier mix) named Sadie.

“In my spare time, I love riding my hybrid bicycle on paved riding trails for exercise and cardio conditioning,” Dr. Jones says. “I also enjoy getting out on the golf course, the focus and skill it takes to actually hit a golf ball in the direction I'm aiming, and playing with a group of friends or meeting someone new to share the round with.” Dr. Jones went to San Jacinto Junior College where he earned an associate of science degree in respiratory therapy. He got a Doctorate at Texas Chiropractic College in Pasadena, where he studied sports related injuries with a particular focus on shoulders.

“After becoming a respiratory therapist I wanted to continue my education, so I looked into different medical fields,” Dr. Jones says. “When my wife sought chiropractic care for an injury related to an auto accident, I spoke with her chiropractor and it changed my direction. I didn't realize healing could occur by realigning the joints. As an avid athlete, it gave me a way to help people with natural healing and educate them about how to recover from sports injuries while possibly avoiding the need for surgery.”

For Dr. Jones, one of the most memorable aspects of working as a chiropractor is successfully treating patients with headaches by adjusting the upper cervical spine.

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Dr. Jones keeps vanilla ice cream and Pepsi on hand at all times. “I love to spoil myself with a Pepsi float, even though it's not the healthiest of foods.”

If he could plan the ideal dinner party, Dr. Jones would invite his favorite actor as a child, John Wayne, western movie icon Clint Eastwood, and Eddie Murphy, “who would just be fun to have because of his comedic genius.”

One of the greatest experiences of Dr. Jones’ life was working with his father. “He made me get up early, drive to work with him, and work hard, even though I didn't always enjoy the work or getting up early,” he says. “It instilled in me the work ethic that he had, which I still carry with me today!”

Among his favorite reading materials are his early science books. “They created a sense of wonder about what is out in the universe, and while we know so much, there is still so much to learn.”

Dr. Jones’ best advice is: “Stay focused; remember, life is a marathon, not a sprint!”

Wellness Plans

Receive up to 4 visits per month.

Best Value

Adult

$79/mo.

Military
$69/mo.

Best Value

Youth

$49/mo.

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Wellness Plan Details - Adult Youth
Visits per month up to 4 up to 4
Additional visits $ 10 $ 10
Cost Per visit < $20 < $13
Savings (vs single visit) 56% 72%
Packages

Unable to commit to regular visits? Packages offer flexibility for patients who expect to visit on average 2 times or less per month.

6 Visits

$199

Military
$189

10 Visits

$289

Military
$259

20 Visits

$469

Military
$419
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Package Details - 6 Visits 10 Visits 20 Visits
Total Visits 6 10 20
Cost Per visit < $34 < $29 < $24
Savings (vs single visit) 26% 35% 47%
Single Visits

Prefer to pay on the go? Don't worry! Our single visit rates still provide an affordable and flexible solution to help you receive the care you need, when you need it.

Initial VIsit

$29

Military
$19

Single Visits

$45

This clinic is owned and operated by KWT Chiropractic LLC- Waco
Did You Know?

93% of patients who saw a chiropractor in the past year for neck or back pain say their chiropractor listened to them and provided convenient access to care. 1

1 Gallup-Palmer College. Managing Neck and Back Pain in America. Palmer.edu; 2018.

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