David Groneck, DC, FASA graduated from Texas Chiropractic College in 1997. He had wanted to be a doctor since the age of 13. He developed an interest in the human body as a young teenager and started buying anatomy and physiology books and reading them for fun. "I remember as a teenager going to Austin with my family to visit my grandmother and would bring Grey's Anatomy to read along the way", says Dr. Groneck. "One of the books I bought when I was 16 was Netter's Human Anatomy which I later learned was required text in chiropractic school. Didn't have to buy that one since I already had it!" Those that have known Dr. Groneck from a teenager will attest to his passion about human health. And today that passion continues. He is continually attending seminars and workshops as well as personal research into aspects of anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, nutrition, acupuncture, exercise, and diet. Dr. Groneck is a Fellow of the American Society of Acupuncture (FASA). He is board qualified by the American Board of Chiropractic Internist (DABCI), a three year course studying internal disorders from a holistic point of view. He is also board qualified by the American Clinical Board of Nutrition (DACBN).
Dr. Groneck strongly believes that the key to reaching and maintaining health is found between the delicate balances of the structural, chemical, electromagnetic, and mental aspects of the body. These work so closely together that it is impossible to separate them. True health and healing is greatly enhanced when all aspects of the body are balanced.
If you would like to meet with Dr. Groneck, he offers a free 10 minute consultation to answer any questions you may have about his treatments. The consultation is not intended to examine, diagnosis, or treat your condition.