Dr. Henry is a native Austinite. He went to Bowie High School and then graduated from the pre-med program at The University of Texas with his Bachelor Degree in Kinesiology and a minor in Psychology. During his undergraduate training while exploring different specialties he discovered chiropractic’s conservative care first, approach to health care. When he saw the difference it could make in patients’ lives without having to resort to using dangerous drugs or surgery, he immediately knew that he was going to be a chiropractor.
He pursued this goal by continuing his education at Parker University in Dallas where he received his Doctorate of Chiropractic. While in chiropractic school Dr. Henry served as president of the Student Texas Chiropractic Association and was selected to participate in the Parker Clinic Abroad Program where he was able to practice in an under served community in Mexico City.
Dr. Henry returned to Texas and completed an associateship in Fort Worth with a large, mutli-doctor clinic. While there he continued to be involved in the leadership of the Texas Chiropractic Association. From 2013-2015 he served as a Designated Doctor for the state of Texas. In 2013 he was awarded the Association's Legislative Leadership Award for the work he did in Austin to protect Texas citizens’ ability to access quality chiropractic care. He was also elected to the state chiropractic association’s board of directors the same year and still holds that seat.
Dr. Henry moved back to Austin at the end of 2011 to start TexStar Chiropractic Clinic and is thrilled to be back in Austin serving the community he calls home.
After 5 years of practice, in 2014 Dr. Henry was named the Texas Young Chiropractor of the Year by the state chiropractic association.
He is well versed in many different adjusting techniques, rehabilitation approaches, and physiotherapy modalities. Dr. Henry strives to stay aware of the latest research and technology in an effort to provide his patients with the best possible care. He continues to stay on the cutting edge of the profession by attending monthly seminars and taking at least 16 hours of continuing education a year.
He is an outdoor enthusiast who, when not spending time with his wife Allie, enjoys hunting, fishing, and camping with his friends, family, and dogs, Shiner and Cooper.