Victory Chiropractic

200 E. Southlake Blvd., Suite 20

Southlake, TX 76092


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  • Happy New Year!
    Happy new year everyone! We, at Victory Chiropractic, are excited about the new year and all the changes that are taking place in the office. This new website has been Read more
  • Marathon Training
    Many of you already know that my wife, Tiffany, and I have been preparing to run our first marathon this year. We have spent the last 12 weeks doing an intense Read more
  • Winning
    Winning is not a sometime thing! It is not something your do once in a while. Winning is a state of mind!! Championships are played out on the field of battle, Read more
  • 'Doctored' Explains Why Chiropractic is Superior to Medicine
    By Gary Goldstein September 26, 2012, 4:25 p.m. Read more
  • The Acid Erasers
    Another popular class of drug, generating more than $13 billion a year in the United States alone, is the proton pump inhibitor (PPI). These drugs reduce between 90 and 100 Read more
  • Haulting Hypertension
    Criticisms have emerged regarding the conventional treatment of high blood pressure, the measurement indicating how hard circulating blood pushes against arterial walls. Pressure may rise and fall throughout the course Read more
  • Natural Cholesterol Lowering Methods
    As a follow up to yesterdays discussion about why cholesterol medication is not good for you, here are some ways to naturally lower your cholesterol.   If the nation’s Read more
  • The Cholesterol Catastrophe
    By Megan  The rise in widespread use of statins coincided with lifestyle changes in post–World War II America. As the population gradually migrated to car-friendly suburbs and became increasingly Read more
  • The Dangers of Some of the Biggest Prescription Meds
    By Pamela Weintraub, Experience Life True story: He had been a faculty member in three departments of a major university with an IQ north of 180. Over time, Read more
  • Testosterone and Your Head(s)...
    Researchers have long known that there is a connection between testosterone and depression. Men in the lowest 20% of free testosterone, after controlling for other common factors, were found to have Read more
  • The Delicate Balance of Testosterone
    Testosterone is commonly thought of as a male sex hormone, but it is actually found in both men in women. Testosterone affects many aspects of male health. Some men turn Read more
  • A Lesson On Life
    When things in your life seem almost too much to handle, when 24 hours in a day are not enough, remember the glass jar and the 2 cups of coffee.A Read more
  • Foods That Boost Men's Health
    Last week we talked about men and women differ regarding health. This week we follow up on that with foods that improve men's health and different supplements that can support Read more
  • Recipe: The Best Brussels Sprouts You Will Ever Eat
    As a kid, you may remember sitting at the dinner table tossing the nasty mini cabbages around your plate, hoping your parents would get tired of you pouting about it Read more
  • Differentiating the Men
    Men are different from women in all kinds of ways -- including their nutritional needs. Just as womenneed particular nutrients during pregnancy or for protection from breast cancer, men need Read more
  • Let Your Immune System Do Its Job
    Most people are told that a fever, mucous, or a cough should be suppressed. It is especially difficult for parents to watch their children be uncomfortable when they can give Read more