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Dr. Harison To Share His Chiropractic Journey
Wednesday, July 15, 2009 • Posted July 15, 2009

David Hardison, P.T., D.C., will tell his personal story of how a 20-year physical therapy career influenced original skepticism and his eventual convictions in chiropractic care when he speaks to attendees at the Hill Country Memorial Wellness Center, Wednesday, July 21, from 12 to 1 pm.

This class is the third in a free series of seven to be offered by the Wellness Center in July and August called, “Demystifying Alternative Health Therapies.”

Dr. Hardison’s resume begins with a physical therapy career and leads to the eventual establishment of his chiropractic practice in Fredericksburg. A graduate of Llano High School, he received his bachelor’s degree in physical therapy from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston and his master’s degree in health professions from Texas State University. After personally benefiting from chiropractic care, he pursued and received his doctorate in chiropractic care from Parker College of Chiropractic in 1988.

“Many people approach chiropractic care much like I did. They’re skeptical of its benefits,” Dr. Hardison said. “Some have tried other tactics to treat chronic ailments before and out of desperation try it. Then, finally, they get results. In this presentation, I’ll tell my own story and demonstrate treatments central to sustaining good health. My goal is to provide the information—to help someone heal and attain a higher quality of life—like I did.”

Reservations are required by calling the Wellness Center at (830) 997-1355.

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