Dr. Rick Boatright, D.C., C.V.C.P.

Serving Phoenix and the Surrounding Valley

Dr. Rick Boatright, D.C., C.V.C.P. asks questions, listens, discusses, and explains; and then offers quality chiropractic care when appropriate to patients in Phoenix and surrounding areas. Whether you're searching for effective pain relief or ways to maximize performance, Dr. Boatright's here to help.

If it hurts, call (928) 243-5665 today for an appointment! Because life's too long to live it in pain!



Enjoy the Benefits of His Twenty-Eight Years of Precision Chiropractic Care: With the Gentle, Precise, Activator Technique

It's "Chiropractic without the crunch!"


​Dr. Boatright accepts patients on a cash basis. He only accepts Medicare patients who are maintenance patients (also cash).  He only treats patients on-site when he travels to work with animals.

More than backs, necks and headaches, he works with every joint in the body! More than sore joints ... he addresses difficult syndromes like carpal tunnel syndrome, sciatica, TMJ, plantar fasciitis, bursitis and tendonitis, to name a few.

If it hurts, call for an appointment! If Dr. Boatright can't address it, he can send you to a local chiropractor or medical specialist who can!

None of the "rack - em - crack - em," old fashioned style of chirorpactic; Dr. Boatright, D.C. offers a unique, precision kind of chiropractic in the Pheonix area, implementing the Activator technique, low level laser therapy and custom-designed corrective exercise programs.


Mondays, Fridays and Satrudays only.


Dr. Boatright holds a certification to work on horses, dogs and other animals. If you’re barrel racing, bulldogging, calf roping or competing in dressage, he's the chiropractor you want in your corner! It's a great preparation for any gymkana too! If there's a skeletal challenge with your horse, (or your dog) consider chiropractic.

Dr. Boatright works at your location by appointment only.

To make an appointment call (928) 243-5665.

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