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The founder of Chiropractic Care Center Southlake and its leader for more than 13 years, Tyce Hergert DC continues to provide expert conservative and non-surgical Chiropractic care to the surrounding communities. The vision for CCCS includes plans for expansion, with additional locations in Texas within the not too distant future. Education: Graduated from Perryton High School in Perryton, Texas Attended the University of North Texas Parker Chiropractic College (now Parker University) Doctor of Chiropractic Degree May 1998 Certification: National Board of Chiropractic Examiners 1998 Diplomate American Academy of Chiropractic Acupuncture 2005 Fellow of American Academy of Chiropractic Acupuncture 2005 Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner® 2007 Licensing: Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners 1998-Present Post-Graduate Training: Advanced Training on Spinal Decompression for both neck and lower back disc problems Attends monthly seminars to stay on the "cutting edge" of the profession 120 post-grad hours with Chiropractic Sports Practitioner Program 300 plus post-grad hours with American Academy of Chiropractic Acupuncture American Academy of Disability Evaluating Physicians – Basic Training Professional Affiliations and Memberships: American Chiropractic Association Member Texas Chiropractic Association Member Texas Chiropractic Association District 4 Officer 2008-2011 Texas Chiropractic Association Public Relations Chairman 2011-2014 Texas Chiropractic Association Vice President 2015-2016 Parker University Alumni Association Member Professional Awards: 2011 Texas Chiropractic Association President's Award 2011 Southlake Journal "Best of the Best" Chiropractor Award 2012 Texas Chiropractic Association Young Chiropractor of the Year Award 2013 Texas Chiropractic Association President's Award 2015 Texas Chiropractic Association H. Ford Johnson Membership Award Personal: Married to wife Kellie in 2000, Dr. Hergert has two daughters, Kensley and Kayson Enjoys spending time with his family, watching sports, playing golf and many outdoor activities The Beginning Early on, Dr. Hergert practiced as part of a group practice in McKinney, Texas from 1998-1999. At a time when managed care and single doctor offices were the norm, Dr. Hergert moved to the Northeast Tarrant County area in late 1999, and opened Chiropractic Care Center Southlake (CCCS) in 2000. Dr. Hergert had a different vision, and despite limited resources and a young family to support, he established the Chiropractic Care Center (CCCS) in Southlake as an attractive suite in a modern professional building. From the beginning, the focus of Dr. Hergert's system of Chiropractic care was to provide the quality conservative and non?surgical treatment for disorders of the spine and musculoskeletal system, disorders which are today known as Neuromusculoskeletal (NMS) conditions. The system worked by combining traditional chiropractic in combination with the best new treatments in technologies available. Patient Service Patients were excited about the difference. CCCS quickly grew and became one of the largest Chiropractic clinics in the area. Over the years, CCCS has served close to 4,000 patients. Combining the best that traditional chiropractic has to offer with today's technology, CCCS is able to offer a level of service that is second to none. Community Outreach Community outreach has always been important at CCCS. The Chiropractic Care Center doctors and staff have strived to be active participants in the community. CCCS has provided free children's clinics and always provided considerable charitable Chiropractic care for those in need. Over the years, Dr. Hergert and CCCS have supported the local schools through various educational foundations and fundraisers, held multiple food-drives benefiting local food banks, organized toy drives with the Salvation Army, and provided special gifts for our Veterans. CCCS has sponsored many local clubs, activities, and athletic teams. The Future Today, Dr. Hergert continues his work to improve conservative and non?surgical care available for patients with Neuromusculoskeletal conditions, searching for new treatments and technologies and implementing the improvements. In February of 2011, Dr. Hergert was appointed as Public Relations Chairman for the Texas Chiropractic Association, where he works to protect patients' healthcare rights and to expand the role of conservative care for the future. The pace of change is increasing and the future certainly looks bright.