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Welcome to Garden Life Chiropractic
Your Plano Chiropractor

Call us at (469) 467-1125 today.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with our Plano chiropractor, call (469) 467-1125 today!

Dr. Kevin Fasolino is a chiropractor serving Plano, and the surrounding areas such as Allen and McKinney. Our chiropractor and the rest of the welcoming team at Garden Life Chiropractic are committed to providing chiropractic solutions to address your whole family's unique needs, whether you and your family are experiencing heath concerns or not. Our team strives to bring hope to you and your family as you commit to getting better and better.We work on your health goals as you progress in health and your body is able to adapt to stress optimally. If you have no symptoms or apparent problems and are looking to improve your overall health, our chiropractor can empower you to attain your everyday wellness goals! Visit our testimonials page to find out what our patients are saying about our Plano chiropractor.

At your first visit to Garden Life Chiropractic, Dr. Kevin Fasolino will explain how chiropractic care works and give you a full evaluation to see if our chiropractic solutions are a good fit to address your needs. We customize treatment plans unique to every individual. Every person is different and your treatment plan will be created to reflect what is needed to empower you to attain your heath goals.

If you have not been to a chiropractor before and want to find out more, please email us or call (469) 467-1125 to receive the answers to your questions from our team. We also welcome referrals, so we invite you to share our chiropractic and wellness information with your friends and loved ones to empower more families to receive hope and help for their health.

If you would like to stay informed about the latest in chiropractic care or if you want to start receiving free articles about health and wellness news, subscribe to our bi-weekly newsletter, even if you are not a patient. We also offer a community content area, which includes wellness articles and other healthcare resources.

Dr. Kevin Fasolino
Plano Chiropractor | Garden Life Chiropractic | (469) 467-1125

6200 Chase Oaks Blvd Suite 104
Plano, TX 75023

Testimonials

Reviews From our Satisfied Patients

  • "I have benefited tremendously from the chiropractic care I received from Dr. Fasolino."
    Jake C.
  • "My health has improved considerably thanks to Dr. Kevin!"
    Katie L.

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