My interests include gardening, camping, promoting wellness awareness in my community, chiropractic, keeping abreast in advances of natural science, and involving myself in the interests of my wife and three children.
Dr. David Loper was born in Conroe, TX. He attended Texas A&M University where in 1978 he earned a degree of Bachelor or Science. He later earned a Doctorate of Chiropractic degree in 1989 from Parker College of Chiropractic, Dallas, Texas.
Married to Janet, who was a professional-level ballerina in Dallas when they met and is now Artistic Director at Georgetown Conservatory of Dance. They've raised three beutiful children, Alex, Ashlyn and Addie. Their son, Alex has brought into the family his lovely wife, Joey and daughters Aley-Grace and Avery.
After Graduating from Parker in 1989 he spent a year opening a satellite clinic in Ft. Stockton, Texas for an Odessa Orthopedist. Then he moved to Ennis, in the Dallas area and for ten years opened and ran a large high-volume practice.
While there, he decided a low-volume, more personable practice would give better quality care and benefit patients more, as well as be less stressful to his personal life. When moving to Georgetown to be near his mother, Trudy Loper, living in Sun City, he focused on having more relaxed, friendly, less hectic atmosphere of a low-volume/low-overhead practice. He did this by sharing office-space, using less space himself and having fewer personell. He's usually the one to answer when you call.
He has been happily helping people in the Georgetown, Texas area now since 2000 using this practice model. As you can see in the "Testamonial" page, many satisfied patients will attest to his attention to detail and caring attitude.
He has advanced training in the diagnosis and treatment of all types of structural conditions for people of all walks of life, from pediatric to geriatric. He has expanded on his Chiropractic technique training since moving here to include various "light-touch" methods to accomodate patients' needs whether they want the traditional forceful hands-on treatment, or lighter methods for those more sensitive or hesitant to "being popped" etc..