Britton A. Taylor, DC
I am a Doctor of Chiropractic, practicing in North Texas since 2010. My wife and I opened our Haslet Practice in 2014 two weeks before we welcomed our first child. Haslet has been a wonderful place to live and practice. To my knowledge, we are the longest serving chiropractic practice ever in Haslet. We moved to Haslet in 2013, (at that time my practice was in Grapevine) and I knew that I wanted to open my practice in the town where my kids would grow up.
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 as a child. My father was spared back surgery after a conservative course of Chiropractic care. He was able to avoid the operating table through Chiropractic, even though traditional medical treatments had failed him. I have seen the benefits first hand as a patient and can not wait to share Chiropractic with you.
I was raised in Keller Texas, 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. For a time, I was an adjunct professor at Parker University, teaching a class on Adjusting (Chiropractic Treatment) to students entering their last year of the doctorate program. I also have a national certificate in Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression. I use this experience to help treat patients of all ages and conditions at my offices.
Kristine and I married in 2012, and we have 3 fantastic kids, 3 dogs, a cat, and too many goats.
When not working in the office, my family is active in our church. I serve as an advisory board member for Foundation Outreach International https://foundationoutreachintl.org/ but I'll be honest with you, my wife Kristine does most of the hard work and organization for me (thanks babe!)
For fun, I enjoy family time, traveling, target shooting, wood working, and tinkering on my classic (or soon to be classic) cars. As it turns out, I am really good at taking them apart, not as good at putting them back together.