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Meet the Chiropractor

As a young child, Dr. Hoyt always enjoyed going to the chiropractor with his Mom who was an avid believer in the necessity and benefits of Chiropractic.  During his senior year of high school and early college years, Dr. Hoyt found it to be beneficial as an athlete to enhance his performance level as well as his physical health.  Dr. Hoyt played 2 years of college baseball, and had an opportunity to continue on in his endeavors in the baseball career, but due to the substantial impact Chiropractic had on him from a young age, he decided to focus more on long term health for others, and chose to pursue his degree as a doctor of chiropractic. Dr Hoyt to this day, says that was one of the best decisions he's made.

In 1983, Dr. Hoyt graduated from Life Chiropractic College and opened his first office in Columbia South Carolina where he practiced for three years before moving to Arizona to start a family and long term office.  January of 1987, the doors of Casa Grande Chiropractic were first opened. Ever since then,  Dr. Hoyt has been  excited to be in a great community serving his patients here and educating them about the good news & benefits chiropractic has to offer. Over the years Dr. Hoyt has taken care of over 20,000 different patients within our small town community. He has not only helped many with their health and long term healing but also has had the opportunity to build lasting friendships and trust with many here in Casa Grande.
  In his free time, Dr. Hoyt is a husband to Vicki as well as a father to seven children. His wife Vicki, enjoys working in the office, and is an avid supporter of Chiropractic and very knowledgeable about the benefits it has to offer to sustain others long term health. Dr. Hoyt is very passionate about athletics, specifically baseball and football. He has a generous heart always willing to help those in need, as well as reaching out to the rejected. Dr. Hoyt is actively involved in many projects & charity organizations Check them out under his 'Dr. Charity tab'.

Lastly, Dr. Hoyt is a man of character, and believes that every life he is entrusted with he is responsible do his best to care for their needs overall, regardless of what they may be.  He has always made sure his patients are not business transactions, but rather lives to be cared for, and invested in especially in regards to their health and prosperity. We would love an opportunity to take care of you and your family.



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If you have any questions about our Casa Grande chiropractor, or would like to learn more about chiropractic care at Casa Grande Chiropractic, please call us at 520-836-6700today!

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Casa Grande Chiropractic

Monday:

7:30 am-12:00 pm

2:30 pm-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-12:00 pm

2:30 pm-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-12:00 pm

2:30 pm-5:00 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-12:00 pm

2:30 pm-5:00 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-12:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonial

  • "I had Severe Lower Back Pain That Extended Down to my Legs & Knees. It was Difficult to Stan & Walk with out Pain. After Seeing Dr. Hoyt for Chiropractic Care my Pain is gone. Working through the pain is the wrong choice."
    J.H – Az City,August 7, 2013

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