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Welcome to Meyer Chiropractic Center
Your arlington, Chiropractor

Call us at 817-468-7246 today.

“Care You Can Trust” For three decades Meyer Chiropractic Center has helped thousands of Arlington/Mansfield/Kennedale families just like yours return to normal from pain. We look for the cause of your condition. Pain in the morning? We know why. Pain in the evening? We know why too! Imagine the skill necessary to successfully treat your spine or joint problem without drugs and without surgery. Play golf, have fun, or get through work pain free, it’s all possible with care from the Meyer Chiropractic Center.

Don’t let spine or joint pain rob your quality of life. Call Now 817-468-7246.


For more information or to schedule an appointment with our Arlington chiropractor, call 817-468-7246 today!

Dr. Paul Meyer is a chiropractor serving Arlington, Texas and the surrounding area. Our chiropractor and the rest of the welcoming team at Meyer Chiropractic Center are committed to providing chiropractic solutions to address your unique needs, whether you are experiencing back pain, neck pain, headaches, or even muscular tightness and tension. You may be searching for pain relief after an accident, experiencing an injury, or if you suffer from a specific condition like chronic back pain or a spinal condition. Even if you looking to improve your overall health, our chiropractor can help you attain your everyday wellness goals! Visit our testimonials page to find out what our patients are saying about our chiropractor and our chiropractic care plans.

At your first visit to Meyer Chiropractic Center, Dr. Paul Meyer will explain how chiropractic care works and give you a full evaluation to see if our chiropractic solutions are a good fit to address your needs. If there is a good fit, we can customize a plan of chiropractic care for your condition and health goals.

If you have not been to a chiropractor before and want to find out more, please email us or call 817-468-7246 to receive the answers to your questions from our experienced team. We also welcome referrals, so we invite you to share our chiropractic and wellness information with your friends and loved ones.

If you would like to stay informed about the latest in chiropractic care or if you want to start receiving free articles about health and wellness news, subscribe to our bi-weekly newsletter, even if you are not a patient. We also offer a community content area, which includes wellness articles and other healthcare resources.

Dr. Paul Meyer
Arlington Chiropractor | Meyer Chiropractic Center | 817-468-7246

Meyer Chiropractic Center
5520 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76017
817-468-7246

Our Location

Meyer Chiropractic Center 5520 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76017

Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

What our patients are saying.

Reviews From our Satisfied Patients

  • "As always, feeling much better after a brief “adjustment”!"
    Anon on 2016-11-03
  • "Always the best treatment and service by Dr. Meyer and Dr. Fogle!!! Not to mention their amazing staff."
    Duane C
  • "Meyer Chiropractic always delivers. I’ve had two significant injuries, one to my back and one to my neck. I thought I would need back surgery but doctor Meyer and doctor Fogle put me back together. I’m completely pain free today. Meyer Chiropractic is the best. I trust them and they do great work. If you need a chiropractor you should visit them."
    M C
  • "I love the staff at Meyer Chiropractic Center. They have helped change my health and my life."
    Mike W
  • "Dr. Fogle and Dr. Meyer are excellent. I have been going for the past couple of years and have never been this good. My use of pain med has decreased greatly and I am thankful for it."
    G R

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