Virtuosity by Dr. Lindz is a family wellness chiropractic practice located in Keller, Texas specializing in soft tissue therapy.
After graduating from Parker University with her Doctorate of Chiropractic in 2014, Dr. Lindsay Hoffman opened Virtuosity by Dr. Lindz near her hometown, Southlake, Texas. As a competitive soccer player, Dr. Lindz experienced firsthand the frustrations associated with chronic and acute soft tissue injuries from the inevitable wear and tear of high level sports. She has acquired a passion for treating a variety of patients, from professional athletes to the general public.
Dr. Lindz is committed to providing thorough, gentle and effective chiropractic care for the adults, children and animals. She has a customized approach that is unique in the chiropractic industry. Her goal is to reduce pain and improve proper biomechanics in order to optimize her patients’ functionality. She focuses her treatments heavily on the Fascial Distortion Model, as well as several different adjusting techniques to provide the highest individualized quality care to her clients.
When she is not in the office, Dr. Hoffman can be found in the saddle riding and training her barrel racing horses. She also loves spending time outside, and enjoying nature with her dogs. She is an avid animal lover, and enjoys helping equine, canine, and feline patients as well.
Undergraduate info & Association Memberships:
- Graston Level 1 Certified
- Fascial Distortion Model – Full Body Certified
- RockTape Certified in Functional Movement Taping I & II
Chiropractic Education Facts
In order to receive the Doctorate of Chiropractic (DC), the candidates must complete four academic years of doctorate-level education. For the first two years, this education largely mirrors medical school, with classes covering anatomy, biochemistry, physiology, pathology, radiology and diagnosis. Chiropractors take more units in neurology than general-practitioner MD’s. The chiropractic education diverges from the medical education as they study adjustive techniques rather than pharmacology and surgery. Chiropractors must complete an internship and must also pass National Board Examinations prior to being licensed by the state. Doctors of Chiropractic are licensed to practice in all 50 states and make up the third-largest licensed health care provider group in the United States.