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Chiropractor David Bynum, D.C.
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Welcome to Bynum Chiropractic located in Addison TX.

Chiropractic is one of the most amazing healthcare professions, but very few people understand what it's all about. This page is here to help you gain a basic understanding of how our Addison TX chiropractors can help you and your family.


Chiropractic care is the practice of using spinal alignment to alleviate a wide variety of physical ailments, including muscle strain, neck pain, chronic back pain, and more. This is accomplished by adjusting the position of the spinal column to its proper shape, providing a non-invasive solution for pain relief.

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Aches & Pains not only affect our bodies…they also diminish the quality of our lives. In the end our health is one of the most valuable things we have. Chiropractic care is an incredibly important pillar in a complete healthcare program.


Our experienced chiropractors use a "whole person" approach to chiropractic care and wellness. This means that we work with our patients to find out their particular wellness needs, then craft personalized care plans to help them achieve the highest quality of life. If you'd like to revitalize your health naturally and increase your quality of life, we encourage you to schedule an appointment today!

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Have You Ever Wondered How The Practice Of Chiropractic Started?

In the Greek language, the phrases chir (hand) and praktos (done) were joined to produce the word "chiropractic," which means "done by hand." In fact, Daniel David Palmer, the originator of chiropractic care, chose that exact phrase as his personal favorite. Harvey Lillard, who was deaf to a great extent at the time, was cured by D.D. Palmer during a chiropractic adjustment in 1895. Harvey Lillard subsequently said that the modification had resulted in a significant improvement in his hearing.

Following that, in 1895, D.D. Palmer founded the world's first chiropractic school, and for the next century, chiropractic professionals have used spinal adjustments to help people prevent and cope with back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, muscle strain, headaches and migraines, as well as a variety of other physical afflictions. Dr. Palmer's work has had an influence on millions of individuals and continues to do so today.

Treatment Process


If you are experiencing aches, pains, and or decreased range of motion, our chiropractors will work to identify the source of the issue and eliminate joint restrictions, also known as subluxations.

Subluxations can get in the way of proper nerve communication from the brain to the body - often resulting in pain and discomfort. Depending on the severity of your problem, it is typical to need care 2-3 times per week from 4-12 weeks.


During the recovery phase, muscle and other tissues are allowed to heal more completely, which helps prevent future injury and discomfort.

Depending on the overall health and severity of your problem, our chiropractors will determine how many treatments are necessary to complete the active recovery phase.

During this phase, it is imperative to follow the treatment recommendations of your chiropractor to allow maximal healing.


Even when you do not experience pain or discomfort, you can gain from routine care. While routine chiropractic can help improve health and well-being it can also serve as an early detection system for new problems.

Once you've found relief and have fully recovered, your doctor will typically recommend maintenance visits, 1-4 times per month, along with a balanced diet and exercise regimen.