Dr. Hillary Baker, D.C.

Dr. Hillary Baker, D.C. grew up in the small town of Gueydan, Louisiana.  Graduating from Kaplan High School in 2009 and continued her education at McNeese State University. While in college, she was an active member of the Alpha Delta Pi sorority and student government. In May of 2014, she graduated from McNeese with a bachelor’s degree in Health and Human Performance with a concentration in Health Promotion. Then began her journey to become a chiropractor at Texas Chiropractic College. During that time, she served as vice president for the Student Chiropractic Association of Louisiana and Sports Council. Her dream came true in April of 2019 when she became Dr. Baker, D.C. She moved to central Texas in May of 2019, where she worked in a private practice in Georgetown, TX.  She later decided to open her own practice in Georgetown, TX to better serve the community.

Dr. Baker, D.C. enjoys spending time with her husband Matthew and their dog Mr. B. She also enjoys running, being outdoors, and spending time with family and friends. She is a member of a woman’s group that volunteers  at the Veteran of Foreign War (VFW) of Georgetown and support veterans.

Dr. Baker, D.C. knew she wanted to be a Chiropractor when she was in High School.  She hurt her back when she was a freshman lifting weights wrong. She was treated by a Physical Therapist for about 5 months and became better but still felt something still was not right. A year later she went to a Chiropractor that gave her the first adjustment of her life.  After a couple of months of treatment, she was able to run and play sport with little to no discomfort. That is when she decided that she wanted to help people the way that she has been helped.


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