Strang Chiropractic

about the Doc

Dr. Strang loved Chiropractic right from the start. After one year at TCC, he transferred to Life Chiropractic College in Atlanta, Georgia. He transferred for one reason, TO BE A BETTER CHIROPRACTOR. Life Chiropractic College teaches hundreds of Techniques ranging from pediatric to geriatric treatments and everything in between.

After graduating Chiropractic College, Dr. Strang opened a office in Clear Lake, Texas. That office primarily focused on Auto Accident patients. he loved working with patients who had experienced a trauma like a Car Accident because he was able to take a patient through his three levels of Care. First getting the patient out of pain, then rehabilitation, and finishing with them in Wellness Care.

Then at the end of 2011, Dr. Strang got the opportunity to realize his Dream of opening an office in the Rice Village where he grew up.

Dr. Michael Strang is married to Sharon Strang. They have two girls, Leila and Sophia and their newest addition to the family, a baby boy named Tyler.

Dr. Michael Strang grew up in West University and is delighted to have the opportunity to serve the community that he loves so much.

He went to West University Elementary, Pershing Middle School, and Lamar High School before attending the University of Texas at Austin. Go Horns!

He grew up playing many sports including Baseball, Soccer, Basketball and Golf. In fact, he was on two State Champion baseball teams in West U Little League. After graduating from UT, he attempted to make a living playing Golf. In an effort to improve his Golf game, he started studying the Human Body, specifically the Skeletal, Muscular, and Nervous Systems. He became fascinated with learning how the body’s joints moved. During this time he started experiencing more and more back pain which lead him to visiting a Chiropractor. While going to the Chiropractor, Dr. Strang learned that his Tailbone (Sacrum) was not formed properly at birth and therefore not moving properly which was causing his pain. At about this time, Golf was not providing a consistent living and his interest in learning about the Human Body in general and Chiropractic specifically was growing. So he enrolled in Chiropractic school at Texas Chiropractic College.