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Eli Cummings, DC/Nutrition/LAc
Rice Chiropractic Clinic
936-756-2415
204 North 1st Street
Conroe, TX 77301 United States
Dr. Cummings graduated from Texas Chiropractic College (TCC) in 2005. He worked for St. Josephs and Methodist Hospitals in partnership with a Neurosurgeon (Dr. Edward C. Murphy M.D.) specializing in neck and low back conditions. Dr. Cummings joined Rice Chiropractic Clinic in late 2005 full time and has continued to provide the same quality care that has been expected for over 50 years. He has post-doctorate degrees in Acupuncture, Electro-modalities, and Nutrition. He also is an Anatomy and Physiology college professor to medical students since 2005. Dr. Cummings has won teacher of the year for Kaplan University in 2005 and 2008. Since he began practicing, he has kept up to date on many continuing educational classes, ensuring that his patients receive the most comprehensive and advanced chiropractic care possible. Dr. Cummings goes to great lengths to properly assess, diagnose, and treat all aspects of your health. He views the doctor-patient relationship as a partnership, with both parties sharing the primary goal of attaining optimal health for the patient. He strongly believes that given the proper information and guidance, each patient can be empowered to take control of his or her own health.

Patients should understand that Dr. Cummings partnership approach places more responsibility on the patient than the traditional doctor-patient relationship. In many cases, lasting changes require diet or lifestyle modifications and a personal commitment from the patient. While Dr. Cummings can provide information and recommendations for your condition, the choice to commit to a course of treatment is ultimately yours. This is the basis for your role as an equal partner in your quest for optimal health.
Business Hours: Tue, Wed, Fri 9-5
Phone Consulting: Yes
Fees Schedule: Fees vary depending on case.