|Dr. Ricky Hanks - Hanks Chiropractic
Dr. Ricky Hanks is a Native Texas, Dallas Born, and Lake Highlands Raised Doctor of Chiropractic. He earned his degree from
The Parker College of Chiropractic in 1986. He worked as Clinical Director of 2 facilities for 13 years wherein he returned to the
Dallas/Lake Highlands area and opened Hanks Chiropractic Center. Dr. Hanks has over 25 years of clinical experience in
He is trained in Chiropractic Biophysics, Postural Correction, Diversified, and Activator Methods. His practice offers relief,
diagnostic, and corrective types of care and the state-of-the-art physiotherapies available including Disc Decompression Active
Therapeutic Movement (ATM2), Therapeutic massage and Laser therapy.
Dr. Hanks is a lifetime endowment member of the Parker College of Chiropractic Alumni Association. He is also a Medallion
Club member of the Texas Chiropractic Association. He currently serves as an executive officer on the TCA District 5 Board of
Directors. He is married to Shirley and has a son named Max.
|Dr. Kristi Farrell Back To Health Physical Medicine
Dr. Kristi Farrell is a Dallas chiropractor who serves both Dallas and the surrounding areas in Texas including Highland Park,
University Park, Richardson, Garland and Plano.
Dr. Farrell has always had a passion for chiropractic. At age nine she was diagnosed with Scoliosis. Her doctors advised
surgery, but her parents sought a better option and took her to a chiropractor. Chiropractic care corrected her scoliosis and
she avoided surgery and braces. After high school graduation, she began working for a chiropractor in Metairie, Louisiana,
and thanks him for encouraging her to pursue a career in chiropractic. Dr. Farrell truly has a passion for helping people
transform their lives as she was helped through chiropractic care.
Dr. Farrell grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana and attended Southeastern Louisiana University and Parker College of
Chiropractic. Upon graduation in August 2001, she practiced in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma where she gained experience in
treating sports injuries, returned to Dallas, Texas where she focused on work injuries and motor vehicle related injuries. After
three years of practicing in San Francisco, she returned to the DFW area.
Currently Dr. Farrell has a family practice and treats hundreds of satisfied patients and because of her commitment to them
and their health she has a thriving Dallas based business.
Dr. Farrell seeks to improve her chiropractic patients' health and wellness in all areas of their lives. Dr. Farrell likes to treat
the "whole person" in her work as a chiropractor, which means looking for the underlying causes of disease, discomfort, and
pain, which usually arise from imbalances in the spinal column. Under Dr. Farrell's supervision and care, patients report
higher functioning in all areas of their lives.
|Dr. Brent B. Belvin
Micro Pain Institute
Dr. Brent B. Belvin is a native Texan, born and raised in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area. After graduating from the
world-renowned St. Mark's School of Texas, he attended Baylor University, where he majored in Psychology. He
achieved high honors throughout his academic career, including the prestigious James H. Landis Scholarship for
Academic Excellence. He led the Baylor lacrosse team in assists in 1993, pushing the team towards their first regional
championship. He then attended Texas Tech School of Medicine where he received his MD in 1999. His internship year
was spent in the trenches at John Peter Smith Hospital in Ft. Worth.
Always pushing for cutting edge techniques, he was the first physician at JPS to use tissue plasminogen activator (TPA)
for an acute stroke in an ER setting. This experience was followed by his residency in Physical Medicine and
Rehabilitation at UT Southwestern in Dallas, where he formed the foundation of his future in interventional pain
management. He took a special interest in ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, aka Lou Gehrig's disease) spending his
elective time researching shoulder pain in this debilitating disease. He presented his findings at the UT Southwestern
Annual Scientific Research Conference in 2003.