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Meet The Chiropractor

James Welch is a Beaumont chiropractor who serves Beaumont and the surrounding communities in TX .

Dr. Welch has been in private practice for over 27 years

As a Chiropractor in Beaumont, Dr. Welch focuses on disk problems, chronic muscle and joint pain, chiropractic pediatrics and personal injury cases.

Chiropractic Education

Dr. Welch graduated from Texas Chiropractic College in Pasadena, Texas in 1983, where he was honored the Outstanding Intern Award and was Department Head of X-Ray.

Dr. Welch has attended many specialized post-graduate classes and has attained certificates in Spinal Impairment Rating, Sports Injuries, Work-related Injuries, and Soft Tissue Injuries as they pertain to “whiplash” trauma.

Dr. James Welch : Personal Achievements & Services

Chiropractor in Beaumont has served at the local district level and the state level for the Texas Chiropractic Association. He was the President for the Texas Chiropractic Association in 2000-2001. Dr. Welch currently serves on the Executive Board of the TCA as Secretary-Treasurer.

Dr. Welch is also a member of the American Chiropractic Association and is a member of the Governor’s Advisory Council for the ACA. He is a past president of the Southeast Texas Traffic Safety Task Force. In 1997, Dr. Welch was awarded the President’s Award for his outstanding work as Education Chairman for the TCA.

Dr. Welch attends church at Family Worship Center of Beaumont and is involved in the music department as a member of the Praise Team.

Thanks for visiting our site. I look forward to meeting you at our Beaumont chiropractic office and learning how we may be of service to you. Give our office a call, or email me using the link below so we can help you take your first step towards better health.

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Beaumont Spinal Care

Monday:

8-1pm

3-6pm

Tuesday:

8-1pm

Closed

Wednesday:

8-1pm

3-6pm

Thursday:

8-1pm

3-6pm

Friday:

8-1pm

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

Location

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Testimonial

  • "Dr. Welch has been a blessing to my family. He made me a believer and advocate for chiropractors. In my opinion, he's the best in Southeast Texas."
    Chris K. / Beaumont, TX

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