At Quiroz Chiropractic we strive to provide the members of our community with high quality, efficient and affordable health care in a comfortable and caring environment. We know chiropractic care can have many positive benefits for the mind, body, and soul and should be accessible for everyone.
We focus on the localization and the removal of spinal nerve interference. We deliver gentle, non-invasive modern chiropractic care, treating and correcting more than the historic neck and back pain.
Our goal is not only to alleviate pain but more importantly, inspire and educate our patients to become active participants in their well-being.
Both Dr. Pierre & Emilee Quiroz are trained in the latest and most advanced chiropractic techniques and are well versed in the health spectrum.
They’ve both received extensive training in Specific Prone, Diversified, Cranials, Extremity Care, SOT, Upper Cervical, Prenatal, Pediatric, Webster’s and Zone Technique.
In addition to their dedication to their practice, they are both members of the Metrocrest Chamber of Commerce and serve as mentors to students from Parker University, Cleveland College of Chiropractic, and Texas Chiropractic College.
Dr. Pierre Quiroz
” My goal as a Chiropractor and educator is to empower people with an understanding of how the human body functions so that wise decisions can be made about one’s own health and well-being. Thus, encouraging people to lead healthier and happier lives. Our greatest wealth is our health. “
Dr. Pierre was born in Anaheim, California, raised in New Mexico and is the oldest of two brothers and two sisters.
Pierre can trace his interest in chiropractic health care back to early age. His mother was a chiropractic assistant for many years and took Pierre to get his first adjustment just days after being born. Growing up his family mostly relied on chiropractic care for health and wellness and ultimately is what inspired Dr. Quiroz to become a Chiropractor.
He received chiropractic care throughout his life and could easily see the benefits. Whether it was flu season, allergy season or even football season, chiropractic care kept his body at ease and allowed his body to do what it does best, which is to heal on its own when left with no interference. The fact that the body has an amazing innate ability to heal itself is what encouraged Dr. Quiroz to share this knowledge and teach others how it could benefit their lives as well.
Dr. Quiroz received a B.S. in Biology and a minor in Biochemistry from New Mexico State University in 2011 before moving to Texas to begin his chiropractic studies. He attended Parker University where he fulfilled his requirements, passed all four parts of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners board exams, and received his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree. During his time at Parker University he served as Student Body Vice President.
Additionally, he has completed 100 hours of Acupuncture training and received his certification to practice Acupuncture in the state of Texas. Immediately after graduating in 2015 he pursued his dream of opening his own chiropractic clinic and is now happily serving the people of Carrollton, Richardson, and the DFW area.
Dr. Emilee Quiroz
” My goal as a Chiropractor is to help prevent health issues by educating my patients on how to trust in the body’s ability to work from within to heal itself. “
Dr. Emilee was born and raised in Iowa Park, a small town right outside of Wichita Falls, Texas.
Emilee has always been a part of various activities ranging from athletics to FFA, and it was a sports injury in high school that led to her first encounter with a chiropractor. She found the treatment to be extremely helpful and continued care throughout her athletic career, which lasted through college.
Dr. Emilee received a B.S. in Biology and minor in Chemistry from Texas Tech University in 2011. Upon graduation, Emilee moved to Dallas and earned her Doctorate of Chiropractic, B.S. in Health and Wellness, and B.S. in Anatomy degrees from Parker University.
While going through the doctorate program, Dr. Emilee was able to complete 100 hours of acupuncture training, as well as attend many seminars for extended education in prenatal and pediatric areas. In addition to her studies, Emilee also represented her university on both the volleyball and basketball teams as well as working two part-time jobs.
Her first year out of school she worked under a pair of experienced chiropractors, where she gained expertise in both treatment and how to successfully run a practice before eventually deciding to open and run her own clinic. She has dedicated her life to serving others through her church, community, and practice.