About the Doctor
Rebecca Jane McGill, BS, DC, Dipl Ac (AACA), Cert-AVCA
Dr. McGill has dedicated her life to serving the health and well-being of others through chiropractic care and nutritional counseling. She is a second-generation chiropractor who decided in high school that she could make the greatest impact on the world by following in her father's footsteps and obtaining a Doctorate in Chiropractic. She achieved her BS in Biology, graduating Summa Cum Laude in 2004 from the prestigious Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri. She then attended the nationally renowned Parker University, College of Chiropractic to receive her Doctorate of Chiropractic, graduating Magna Cum Laude in May, 2007. While in her last year of graduate studies at Parker, Dr. McGill completed a 300-hour post-graduate course in Chiropractic Acupuncture earning her Diplomate and board certification in Chiropractic Acupuncture from the American Academy of Chiropractic Acpuncture (AACA).
Following her graduation from Parker University she went into practice with her father in Missouri, gaining insight from his decades of clinical knowledge and experience. Two years later she moved back to Carrollton, TX where she built a successful practice of her own. Motivated to help others within the profession, Dr. McGill also accepted an adjunct professorship at Parker University’s College of Chiropractic. Within months, she was further offered the position of Associate Professor of Chiropractic Sciences at Parker University, where she remained for six years. While at Parker, she trained a generation of future Chiropractors & recieved multiple acolades & awards including being named the Distinguished Educator of the Year in 2015. While teaching at Parker University in 2010 Dr. McGill earned a 300 hour certification from the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association in Animal Chiropractic. Consequently, she began her animal practice, The Equine Spine (LLC) & The Canine Spine (LLC) where she has treated hundreds horses and dogs, and other pets in the growing field of animal chiropractic, seeing such rewarding results as watching paralyzed dogs walk again and seeing lame horses return to normal functionality.
Dr. McGill continues to serve the chiropractic profession at large by teaching post-graduate and continuing education programs. She joined the team of Veterinarians and Chiropractors teaching the Animal Chiropractic Program at Parker University in 2012, where she now teaches licensed veterinarians and chiropractors from around the nation the art of animal chiropractic. While still a student, Dr. McGill sought extensive extracurricular education in her preferred technique, Activator Methods Chiropractic Technique (AMCT). She graduated with a Proficiency and Advanced Proficiency rating in AMCT. Since 2011, Dr. McGill has served as an Activator Methods Clinical Instructor, providing lecture and hands-on Activator Technique post-graduate continuing education (CE) instruction to students and doctors from across the nation and around the world. Dr. McGill regularly travels around the United States and Canada teaching other licensed chiropractors this gentle, effective, and patient-preferred technique. She was recently elected to serve on the Activator Methods International Clinical Advisory Board (CAB) for her second three-year term.
After marrying in 2014, Dr. McGill moved to the Fort Worth side of the metroplex. This relocation prompted her to step down from her full-time professorship with Parker Univerity's College of Chiropractic in late 2015 and allowed her a long-awaited opportunity to return to private practice in Northwest Fort Worth. She and her husband are serious animal lovers & enjoy outdoor activities together such as hiking, biking, lake activities, horseback riding, camping, and hunting/fishing. Most importantly, Dr. McGill is committed to helping you and your family have a happier and healthier life by imrpoving your body connections and function. Let her know how she can help you, your family, or your pets achieve better health today!
About Our Office
In order to keep our costs low and maintain a fee schedule that is affordable to as many patients as possible, this office exclusively accepts private pay. This means the patient (or the patient's guardian) will be solely responsible for the cost of care at the time of services rendered. We do NOT accept any third-party payments from the patient's insurance, worker's comp, Medicare or Medicaid, nor do we provide a superbill for self-submission to aforementioned insurance entities. We, however, are happy to accept payments from your HSA bank card at the time of services rendered and provide you the basic receipt you would need for your required tax records associated with your HSA. By booking an appointment, you are agreeing to the payment policies listed above. If you have questions, concerns, or comments regarding payment (or are over the age of 65), please contact us before booking online.
We know your time is valuable, and we strive to provide prompt, on-time services. In order for this to occur, and to ensure we can serve all the patients who require services each day, if you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment, please provide a minimum of 24 hours notice. Failing to do so could result in change or cancellation fees, up to the cost of the services scheduled. If you arrive late to your appointment, it may limit our ability to fully serve you or complete the treatment fully, and it's possible we would have to reschedule you. Thank you for helping us serve this community efficiently and effectively by arriving to all appointments on time.