Meet Your Doctor

Became an Airrosti Provider:2018

Undergraduate School:Texas A&M

Graduate School:Texas Chiropractic College

Hometown:Taylor, TX

Hobbies:I love spending time with my wife and 3 kids (1 daughter and twin boys). I also love playing and watching sports (I'm a diehard Texas Aggie fan, especially football.), watching movies, and I love to go fishing.

Interesting Facts:I used to be a competitive powerlifter. My best lift ever was a 710-pound deadlift.

What Airrosti Means to Me:I absolutely love working for Airrosti. It allows me to practice the way that I've always wanted to, putting what's best for my patients ahead of anything else and making sure they get the right care for their needs.

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by Julie Goldfine

I started having lower back pain about 8 years ago. I got various amounts of help from my primary care doctor, friends who were physical therapists, and my own research. Finally, I had given up and just dealt with the pain and decreased mobility. Then, a friend recommended Airrosti. My husband and I agreed to spend the money to see if it could help. Enter Dr. Parsons. He was personable, compassionate, and extremely well-trained. After doing a few movements, he could identify the source of my pain and got straight to work. With just two treatments and guidance in learning a few new exercises with Kelsey, I was walking normally and able to play ball with my son again! Not only did Dr. Parsons and Kelsey help alleviate my pain immediately, + show morebut they also taught me how to move correctly and helped me understand what was happening with my muscles when I used them incorrectly. Now, it is seven months later, and my lower back is doing well. I haven’t been 100% faithful with the exercises, and I can tell when I skip them for too long. It is a good reminder that I have to do my part to stay healthy! My treatment at Airrosti gave me hope and an understanding of how I can help myself. TOTAL GAME CHANGER!!!

by Brandon Dominguez

I hurt my back 10 days before my visit. Dr. Parsons diagnosed the problem and even found some areas of sensitivity that I didn’t know that I had. He applied therapy and Kelsey explained the exercises well. Though I was sore later that evening, I continued to improve.