Dr. Grant Dennis, D.C., a proud Arkansas native, was born and raised in Hot Springs, Arkansas, where he graduated Cum Laude from Lakeside High School in 2007. There, he was awarded “Mr. Ram 2007” in his senior year, as well as receiving the Woodmen of the World award given to the top student in the area of academics, while also participating in organizations such as National Honors Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and an all State selection in football and baseball.
 
Upon graduating from Lakeside High School, he attended Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, AR, where he earned a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Biology, with a minor in Chemistry, while also starting and lettering four years on the collegiate baseball team. While serving as an assistant in the anatomy and physiology courses, he grew profoundly interested in the nervous system, and the role it plays in keeping human beings healthy by carrying out coordinated functions from the brain to the rest of the body.
 
He then traveled to Parker University in Dallas, TX, where he received his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree in December 2015, including over 200 hours of specialized training in Knee Chest Upper Cervical Technique through the Art of the Specific Training program. He also has served the people of El Salvador in an outreach program aimed at bringing chiropractic care to people who have little to no access to healthcare, as well as furthering chiropractic acceptance in third world countries.
 
Dr. Dennis has a profound love for empowering the community he grew up in to reach their full health potential by maximizing the most important system in your body: the nervous system. He has dedicated his life’s work to giving people hope who have tried everything under the sun to resolve their health issues through upper cervical chiropractic care. In his time at Parker, he was introduced to the Parker Principles, most notably, “Develop a compassion to serve that is greater than the compulsion to survive,” which he chooses to guide him daily in private practice.
 
He now resides in Little Rock, Arkansas, as the clinic director of the Specific Chiropractic Center-Little Rock, and specializes in helping men and women who enjoy outdoor sports, as much he does, do the things they love doing without their health becoming a barrier between health and happiness.