Friday, September 24, 2021

Swisher Chiropractic specializes in weight loss, neuropathy

Dedicated to helping patients, particularly in the areas of weight loss and neuropathy, is what Swisher Chiropractic is all about.

Dr. Bao Thai and his team use the latest in technology and supplements to help patients improve their quality of life and increase longevity.

dr. bao thai-swisher chiropracticIn the area of weight loss, Dr. Thai works with individuals who have tried many different programs short of gastric surgery and have not found lasting success.

“The goal of our program is to get the body optimized so that it works,” he said, adding they use supplementation and light therapy to increase the body’s elimination of fat.

Typically, male patients have lost 52 lbs. in eight weeks in his program; female patients lose about 40 lbs. in eight weeks.

“Our bodies are not working as they did in our 20s and 30s,” he said, adding that with busier lives and higher stress, the combination takes a toll, often making it a challenge to lose weight. “Our process doesn’t work for everyone,” Dr. Thai said, indicating he meets with each individual first to determine if the program is right for them.

Commitment to reaching a goal is key, he said. “No matter how cheap or expensive a program is, if you don’t use it, it is a waste of time and money.”

In the area of neuropathy, Dr. Thai works with individuals suffering from a lack of circulation to their extremities, who also often experience constant burning and balance problems.

Individuals may experience neuropathy from several conditions ranging from chemotherapy treatments to diabetes to toxicity.

The goal of his treatment is to: First, restore balance. Secondly, to increase circulation; third, to aid in the creation of new blood vessels; and finally; to aid in the creation of new nerves.

His patients have experienced a 98 percent success rate, Dr. Thai says. Treatments can include cold laser, vibration, traction, deep muscle and nerve stimulation as well as

“I know who we can help,” he said, adding that sometimes people wait too long to seek assistance. “What we’re dealing with is their quality of life.”

Visit or call 940-312-6936 for more information.

CTG Staff
The Cross Timbers Gazette News Department

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