Hunter George : Tyler, TX
Fort Worth location : Sports Medicine

Hunter was born and raised in Tyler, Texas, going to Whitehouse schools and graduating from The Brook Hill School in 2012. A multi-sport athlete, Hunter played on Texas State Champion football and baseball teams his senior year, earning academic all-state recognition in both. Hunter was invited to the National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine in 2012. Continuing his education, Hunter earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Science Studies with a minor in Leadership studies from Baylor University. During his time at Baylor, Hunter completed 4 years on a top 10 nationally ranked club baseball team and served as a peer leader in Health and Wellness.
Upon graduation in 2016, Hunter sought experience as a physical therapy assistant in outpatient orthopaedic rehab and sports medicine before beginning the Doctor of Chiropractic program at Parker University. With a passion for athletic performance, biomechanics, holistic medicine and the benefit of a Chiropractic adjustment, Hunter developed proficiency in spinal manipulation, movement assessment, patient education and detection and correction of functional deficits. In 2020, Hunter earned his Doctorate in Chiropractic from Parker University, where he also met his wife, Courtney George, DC.
Together, with their son, Baker, they enjoy exploring Dallas and Fort Worth, taking in sporting events, traveling as a family and building healthy lifestyles.

Training Experience
Bachelor of Science in Health Science Studies – Baylor University
Minor in Leadership Studies – Baylor University
Doctor of Chiropractic – Parker University
Certification in Dry Needling
Evidence in Motion
Training Skills
  • Chiropractic 100 %
  • Dry Needling Certified 100 %

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