For your complete health and well-being, trust our chiropractic center to help
At Westchester Chiropractic Clinic of High Point, NC, we’re dedicated to helping patients overcome pain. Pain is a sign that something is wrong, but it's not a sign that there's nothing that can be done. At our chiropractic center,
you'll find our staff is friendly, helpful, and ready to answer any questions you may have. Our doctor will listen, evaluate your medical history, and carefully determine the right treatment for your needs.
We leverage our experience to determine the best type of treatment for your specific condition. There's no reason to live with pain. Make an appointment and take the first step toward a brighter, healthier future. Visit our chiropractic center today.
W. Earl Barbour graduated from Lincoln Chiropractic College in 1968 with a B.S. in Human Biology and a Doctor of Chiropractic degree. He started his career as a chiropractor in January of 1969, and has been serving the state of North Carolina ever since, with patients from High Point, Archdale, Thomasville, Trinity, Sophia, and Greensboro. Dr. Barbour has been a chiropractor for over 43 years and in that time has developed a sterling reputation and a high level of care.
Acknowledgements in his field
Among Dr. Barbour's accomplishments:
Member and former president of the North Carolina Chiropractic Association
Served on the North Carolina Chiropractic Board of Examiners for 19 years
Appointed to the North Carolina Chiropractic Board of Examiners
Served on the National Federation of Licensing Boards
Elected as a Fellow of International Chiropractors
Complete care philosophy
At Westchester Chiropractic Clinic of High Point, our staff doesn't leave anything to chance. We listen to you to determine if your current symptoms are linked to any past ailments. We perform extensive testing, from nutritional evaluations to on-site X-rays to orthopedic and neurological exams. Our chiropractic center also provides preventative care and advice regarding posture and lifestyle in an effort to minimize the chances of new and recurring spinal issues.