Dr. Bolden Harris grew up in Arlington, TX and graduated from Martin High School with All-Conference honors in football and wrestling. Soon after, he pursued his passion for football at Wartburg College, in Waverly, IA where he graduated with a degree in Biology. During his junior year at Wartburg, he suffered a severe ankle injury that threatened to end his career. Months and months of painful rehabilitation hadn’t improved his condition. Thankfully, he visited a Gonstead chiropractor by the name of Dr. Jeff Pedersen who adjusted his ankle. To his surprise, his ankle finally healed and he was able to complete his successful football career. His experience inspired him to go to chiropractic school at Palmer College in Davenport, IA. Soon after, Dr. Harris earned his Doctorate in Chiropractic with honors as Valedictorian and Summa Cum Laude. He is now board Certified in the state of Texas and by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners. Dr. Harris has lectured at colleges across the country and served as team doctor at the 2006 National Wrestling Coaches Association tournament and the UTA club football team. He also specializes in the Gonstead Technique with an emphasis in pediatrics and is a member of the Chiropractic Society of Texas.
Dr. Dana Harris is a teacher at heart and passionate about chiropractic. She always wanted to help people, especially children. Before becoming a chiropractor, she taught in the public school system with special needs children and realized that she wanted to help them in more ways than education. She understood that those children had experienced mental progress throughout the school year and imagined how much physical progress they could make through chiropractic. It was then that she decided to go to chiropractic school and learn how to help people function at their best!