McKinney Holistic Doctor & Chiropractor
Dr. Julia Augustyniak DC MS CFMP
Dr. Julia has been seeing chiropractors since she was young and knows firsthand how much better she felt with chiropractic care. She suffered from migraines and gut issues for years and was able to be helped through a chiropractor's use of Applied Kinesiology and Functional Medicine. Muscle testing was used to figure out what was going on in her body and how to fix it (dietary changes and supplementation). This is what led Dr. Julia to become a holistic doctor for the McKinney area, and do the same for her own patients.
Dr. Julia graduated from Logan University earning her Doctor of Chiropractic and a Masters in Nutrition and Human Performance. Before attending Logan, she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Dietetics at Michigan State University. After graduating from chiropractic school, Dr. Julia furthered her education by earning her certification in Functional Medicine through Functional Medicine University.
As a holistic doctor and chiropractor in McKinney, she treats her patients through the use of chiropractic, Applied Kinesiology, Functional Medicine, and nutrition to achieve overall wellness. Dr. Julia likes to utilize muscle testing to get to the root cause of a patient's symptoms and find natural ways to help them feel better.
Dr. Julia treats patients for a variety of concerns including neck pain, low back pain, headaches, allergies, gastrointestinal disorders, chronic fatigue, sleeping problems, skin issues, PMS symptoms, autoimmune disorders, nutritional deficiencies, and more.
Licenses & Certifications
Doctor of Chiropractic from Logan University
Masters in Nutrition and Human Performance from Logan University
Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner through Functional Medicine University
100 Hour Certification in Applied Kinesiology
50 Hour Certification in Dry Needling
Bachelors in Dietetics from Michigan State University
Dr. Julia's approach to treating her patients is an individualized plan utilizing Functional Medicine, Applied Kinesiology, and assessing blood work to get to the root cause of the patient's symptoms. The body is treated as a whole rather than as individual parts. Every patient receives personalized care based on the outcome of each patient's assessment. She prefers to use a lighter approach with her alternative medicine treatments for her McKinney patients and adjusting as she has seen that the lighter approach helps calm the nervous system.