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Do not wait until your last option is surgery! If you have pain, loss of disc height, sciatica, numbness or other symptoms related to a disc issue and want an alternative to surgery, then contact us for a complete explanation of your condition and see if you are a candidate for Decompression Therapy. Your consultation will be complimentary, so why wait?


Dr. Pamela Eckmann is an experienced chiropractor of 18 years serving Grapevine and the surrounding areas. "Dr. Pam," as she is fondly referred to by her patients, is committed to providing natural solutions to address each patient's health concerns. Whether you are experiencing pain in the back, neck , head, shoulder, hip or even have chronic conditions such as neuropathy (numbness &/or tingling in the hands or feet), she has the knowledge, commitment and experience to help. Her motto has always been to do "whatever it takes" to make your health goals a reality!

At your first visit to Love Your Healthy Life, Dr. Pamela Eckmann will put you at ease as she goes over your current concerns and your past health history, followed by a physical exam. This information or discovery will be used to determine the true cause of your complaint and the best course of action with a summary of functional health solutions customized to you.

If you have not been to a chiropractor before and want to find out more, please email us or call 800-462-8749 to receive the answers to your questions from our experienced team. We also welcome referrals, so we invite you to share our chiropractic and wellness information with your friends and loved ones.

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Dr. Pamela Eckmann
Grapevine Chiropractor | Love Your Healthy Life | 817-251-5962
1023 South Main St., Suite 205
Grapevine, TX 76051

Meet the Doctor and Staff

  • Dr.
    Pamela Eckmann
    is a native of Savannah, GA, and a graduate of Kennesaw State University in Atlanta with a degree in Biology (1994). She moved to Dallas with her husband, Lyle, in 1995 and received her Doctorate of Chiropractic from Parker Chiropractic College in 1998. Her post-doctoral specialties are in Neurology and Nutrition. Dr. Pam is an active member in the community: she is a member of the Colleyville Lion’s Club & Past President, a past member of the Business Network International of Colleyville for 11 years, a member of the Colleyville Area Chamber of Commerce since December 1999 and Business of the Month in September 2003, a past member of the Harris Methodist HEB Women’s Advisory Board, and a Stephen Minister at St. Stephens Church in Hurst.
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Reviews From our Satisfied Patients

  • "Great, caring and timely treatment. Thank you!!"
    R. B.
  • "Love come to Dr. Pam, I always feel so much better after leaving and never feel uncomfortable or out of place!"
    A. E.

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