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Welcome to Prime Injury & Wellness Clinic!

For more information or to schedule an appointment with our doctors, call (817) 460-9000 today!

Prime Injury & Wellness Clinic offers chiropractic services and nutritional counseling to patients in Arlington, TX and Tarrant County communities. Founded in 2008, we specialize in treating trauma due to auto accidents as well as sports and work-related injuries.

With over 20 years of combined experience, our doctors work together to provide personalized chiropractic, medical and rehabilitation services. While patients may be diagnosed with the same condition, each patient responds to treatments differently. For this reason, we take the time to get to know you in order to tailor a specific plan to meet your needs and goals.

At Prime Injury & Wellness Clinic, patient care and satisfaction are our number one priority. We strive to improve your quality of life and help you take an active role in restoring and maintaining your own health. Our state-of-the-art facilities combined with our knowledge and expertise allow us to provide the best chiropractic care.

For more information about our chiropractic services or to schedule an appointment, contact one of our two locations today. We look forward to hearing from you!


Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I had an accident last year. My lawyer referred me to Prime Injury Clinic. I love this clinic. They open late until 8:30 pm which is totally convenience for me because I can't afford to take any day off work. Dr. Fox and Dr. Mills are great. the staff are very friendly. I totally give it a 5 star."
    Alysa Jolie
  • "Dr. Vo & Dr. Fox are great chiropractors. They treat patients with care & kindness. Office staff are friendly & efficient. I highly recommend this practice to everyone."
    Mary Nguyen

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