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Dr. Jeff Eidsvig

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Dr. Jeff Eidsvig

Dr. Jeff Eidsvig


Focused on treating the root causes of musculoskeletal sports and spinal related injuries and conditions.

Unique Approach...

Dr. Jeff Eidsvig is Texas’s premier soft tissue doctor. He has been practicing independently since 2007, and primarily focuses on treating the root causes of musculoskeletal sports and spinal related injuries and conditions. Dr. Eidsvig does have a doctorate in Chiropractic however, does not practice in the traditional sense that most people think when they hear of a Chiropractor. At this time he is the only doctor in Texas certified to diagnose and treat adhesion, which is the most common cause for pain, weakness, and decreased flexibility that contributes to most sports and spinal related injuries.

With over 13 years of experience in the health field, Dr. Eidsvig has been an Integrative Diagnosis specialist since 2008. He currently holds the highest certification possible in the Integrative Diagnosis system, and maintains other licensure and certification in Dry Needling, Acupuncture, and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy.

Dr. Eidsvig’s focus and passion is treating individuals from all ages and lifestyles, from active kids and adults to professional athletes including: MLB, PGA Tour, NFL, NHL, NBA, and NCAA Big 12 Conference, Olympic Elite/Level Gymnasts, professional dancers, IronMan® triathletes, Equestrian riders, and Marathon runners.

Growing up he participated in numerous sports, including playing competitive golf throughout his teenage and adult years. He lives a healthy and active lifestyle participating in Spartan® races, Ironman® Triathlons, Marathons, traveling, and spending time with his family. He resides in Dallas, Texas with his wife Lauren and daughter’s Briana and Makenna.

  • Integrative Diagnosis
  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

The smartest & shortest path to recovery using a complete and objective assessment followed by an adaptable best fit treatment plan. Old school philosophy, techniques and assumptions do not lead to the best recovery. Integrative Diagnosis uses specific proprietary systems to obtain a tissue and pathology specific diagnosis – A mental model that's based on physical principles not the technique. Once the diagnosis is obtained the best fit treatment is selected and delivered – treatment based on sound fact and deliver results that are amazing.

Some sports injuries are due to poor training practices, improper equipment, lack of conditioning, or insufficient warm-up and stretching. Even though the human body has it's own very sophisticated healing process, many athletes turn to Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) treatments as part of rehabilitation to decreases swelling and inflammation and recover from sports injury faster. The Hyperbaric chamber's primary function is to increase the concentration of oxygen in the bloodstream - increased pressure forces more oxygen into the blood.

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Integrative Diagnosis

Integrative Diagnosis is a state-of-the-art soft tissue technique that provides an accurate diagnosis, based on the patient's history, a functional evaluation, and soft tissue health/pathology.

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is a non-invasive therapy and the most trusted way to increase oxygen levels in the body. One session of HBOT increases the oxygenation of the blood system by 50% and is equivalent to 40 tablets of ibuprofen without the toxicity.

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Integrative Dry Needling

Treat low-back pain, lumbar muscles, gluteal muscles, hamstring muscles, calf muscles, hip flexor muscles, abdominal muscles, iliotibial band, pectoral muscles, and even neck muscles in the same session so you recover faster and continue to train at a higher level.

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    Quick Reference
    • What is your specialization?
      Dr. Eidsvig has been practicing independently since 2007, focusing on treating musculoskeletal sports and spinal related injuries and conditions. His unique approach comes from years of advanced, specialized training with the top musculoskeletal specialists in Boston, Massachusetts, where he has, and continues to, study state-of-the-art, patented, biomechanical, functional assessment, diagnosis, and treatment.
    • Where did you study?
      A Dallas native, Dr. Jeff Eidsvig attended Texas State University for his undergraduate studies and went on to receive his Chiropractic degree from Parker University in 2005. After graduating, he spent the next two plus years working alongside top Chiropractors and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialists to gain a better understanding of diagnosis and treatment for musculoskeletal disorders and conditions.
    • What licenses do you hold?
      In addition to being a Licensed Chiropractor, Dr. Eidsvig is certified as an Integrative Diagnosis Provider (ID), Titleist Golf Fitness Instructor Provider (TPI-CGFI), Concussion Health Provider (CH-CP), and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Provider (HBOT-CP).
    • Why Dr. Eidsvig?
      Dr. Eidsvig’s mission is to provide the highest quality, individualized treatment yielding the most effective results utilizing state-of-the-art equipment, such as Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. His practice treats all ages and lifestyles from active kids and adults to professional athletes including: MLB, PGA Tour, NFL, NHL, NBA, NCAA Big 12 Conference, professional dancers, IronMan® Triathletes, Equestrian riders, and Marathon runners.. Whether it is treating scar tissue build up from a previous injury or surgery to increasing performance of an active individual or professional athlete, Dr. Eidsvig’s years of experience and specialized training provides valuable insight regarding the treatment of a patient’s problem(s) by observing their movement patterns to determine muscular imbalance, weakness, and restrictions resulting in improper biomechanics.