Dr. Garrett Larrington graduated from Parker University in 2019 with his Doctor of Chiropractic degree with specific areas of expertise in Functional Medicine and Functional Neurology.
Dr. Larrington holds a Masters in Neuroscience, is a Fellow in Functional Neurology through the International Board of Functional Neurology (IBFN), and is a Fellow in Childhood Developmental Disorders through IBFN. He believes that every child born has unlimited potential, no matter what their epigenetic or genetic make up is. He believes that the brain controls everything in the body and through the environment and stimuli give to the brain we develop. This is why he chose to specialize in child developmental disorders and feels that he can make the biggest impact on changing the direction of these kiddos lives. His goal is to help build a healthier generation.
He did additional training in Functional Medicine and was awarded the title of being a certified functional medicine practitioner, Dr. Larrington is also board eligible for the American Clinical Board of Nutrition with over 300 hours of post doctoral studies. Dr. Larrington believes that what we eat is what our body uses to heal. He has a love for helping patients find their root cause of their chronic health condition and removing barriers to allow the body to heal. His passion for helping others and drive to learn as much as he can to help his patients is what really sets him apart.
Dr. Larrington lives in McKinney with his wife Dr. Kendra and a fur baby named Gunnar. In his spare time he enjoys hiking, working out, reading, and watching soccer.