Dr. Neil Szeryk has been a licensed Chiropractor and served the Allen community since 1998. He specializes in auto, work and sports related injuries. Dr. Szeryk is certified with the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners as well as a Designated Doctor with Texas Department Of Insurance/Division of Workers’ Compensation.
As a Chiropractor with experience, Dr. Szeryk is committed to promoting optimal health and well-being of his patients. The Chiropractic Connection offers patients progressive, personalized treatment in a relaxed and caring environment. A variety of diagnostic tests are utilized to locate and document patients’ injuries such as X-ray, MRI, and EMG/NCV. Treatment plans typically include spinal manipulation, neuromuscular re-education, physical therapy, manual traction, electrical muscle stimulation, cryotherapy, as well as exercise and nutritional counseling. When indicated, we refer patients to qualified professionals including medical doctors, neurologists, and orthopedists.
Dr. Szeryk, his wife and two daughters have lived in the Allen community for over 20 years. His wife has taught in the Allen Independent School District for many years. He has been very active with his daughters and their golf, which they have excelled at. Their oldest daughter is a senior on the Texas A&M Golf team, where she has been a two time All-American. She also plays with the Canadian National Team(dual citizen), which she plays for at international competitions throughout the year. Their youngest daughter, currently a sophomore, has already committed to play golf at Texas A&M. She is also a member of the Canadian National program(dual citizen) and travels throughout the year for tournaments.
Why Choose Dr. Neil?
A family man and a long-time resident of the Dallas area, Dr. Neil is a compassionate, kind person who always puts his patients first. A few decades of experience have made Neil an experienced, successful, thoughtful Chiropractic and medical examiner.
His daughters, Maddie and Ellie, are featured below.