Dr. Stacy Rapp
At Express Chiropractic Fort Worth we believe in providing our community with affordable and convenient access to high quality wellness chiropractic care…
It’s no secret we are hard on our bodies. Every day your body is trying to cope with a multitude of stress factors. From the physical stress of sports, hunching over a computer or lifting kids to the emotional stress of meeting deadlines or simply living life!… it takes a toll on your spine.
Fort Worth Chiropractor, Dr. Stacy Rapp, is a licensed chiropractor trained to provide safe, effective and quality chiropractic care.
Dr. Stacy began seeking chiropractic care herself as a young teen while participating in a variety of sports and activities here in North Texas. She quickly fell in love with the idea of improving health and function with a natural approach. Dr. Stacy attended Chiropractic school at Parker Chiropractic College in Dallas and graduated in 2009 with her Doctorate, she also holds a Bachelors of Science in Health & Wellness.
Dr. Stacy has attended additional training in Pediatric and Prenatal Chiropractic care. Additionally, she is Webster Technique certified.
She is passionate about providing chiropractic care for student athletes, infants, children, pregnant women and family wellness care.
Dr. Stacy is married to her husband, David and they are blessed with two beautiful children, Hudson & Delaney.
Did You Know? Stuck spinal bones experience deterioration in the joints in as little as just 2 weeks.
As a matter of fact, a 2003 British study has found that 9% of 10 year olds demonstrate deterioration of the disc that sits between the spinal bones, even with the absence of symptoms. What this tells us is that it’s not the age of the spine but how long the spine has been immobilized that is of concern.
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2. Videman, Experimental models of osteoarthritis: The role of immobilization. Clinical Biomechanics, 2:223-229, 1987Dr.
3. Francis Smith, radiologist at Woodland Hospital, Aberdeen, Scotland