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Tate Burleson

Dr. Tate Burleson graduated from Texas A&M University in 2012 and most recently Texas Chiropractic College. He holds a degree in Biology, Human Biology, and a Doctorate in Chiropractic. While at Texas A&M in College Station, Dr. Burleson interned at a Chiropractic clinic where he was introduced to Chiropractic and the benefits someone can receive from it. As a sports enthusiast, Dr. Burleson was initially drawn to Chiropractic for sports injuries but soon after learned Chiropractic is something everyone can benefit from, and something that coincided with his passion to help others. Outside the Office: After moving to the area in 2015 Dr. Burleson and his wife fell in love with the friendly community. When Dr. Burleson is not cheering on the Fightin Texas Aggies he enjoys working out, spending time with his wife, going to the movies, traveling, spending time with family, and taking his dog Toby to the park. He is a member of the Texas Chiropractic Association, American Chiropractic Association, and the 12th Man Foundation.

Recent Posts

As the largest joint in the body, your knees are subject to all sorts of abuse. Consider how many times in a day you sit down, stand up, climb stairs, walk, run, jump, reach, turn, or bend. It's no wonder that more than 10 million people suffer from
One of the first nursery rhymes a child learns is "Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes." In an effort to teach the names of key body parts, the child sings along as they touch each one in turn. At some point in our lives, "Head, Shoulders, Knees, and
Your knees are absolutely fascinating things. Among the largest joints in the body, your knee consists of three bones, several tendons and even more ligaments that hold the structure together and keep you walking, running, lifting, bending, and