Davis McAlister, DC, M.Ed., M.S., CSCS
Sports Performance Specialist
Dr. McAlister is a Clinic Faculty Doctor for the Parker University Clinic, beginning in 2017. Dr. McAlister earned his Doctor of Chiropractic from Parker University in 2003 and has been in practice for 16 years. In 2008, he took over as the Health Science Program Coordinator for Little Elm Independent School District, as well as coaching football, powerlifting, track, and baseball, and operating as the district strength and conditioning coach. He moved to Bridgeport, TX, in 2013, to continue serving in the same capacity, in addition to serving as an Assistant Principal and an Adjunct Professor for Weatherford College, teaching Anatomy and Physiology. During his career in public education, he has received numerous awards for teaching, curriculum development, and for coaching athletes to the state level of competition. He has focused primarily on sports-related injuries for the past 10+ years. Dr. McAlister has been a team doctor for various high school sports teams and both pro- and semi-pro sports teams. Dr. McAlister served in Military Intelligence for the US Army from 1991-1999 as a Human Intelligence Specialist and linguist. After his military service, he attended Mississippi State University to earn his bachelor’s degree in Science, played football, and was the Founding President of the MSU Chapter of Epsilon Tau Sigma, National Veterans Fraternity. Dr. McAlister has also earned a bachelor’s degree in Anatomy from Parker University, a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Sul Ross State University and holds a Principal Administrator Certification from the Texas State Board of Education. He also has certifications in Adaptive Rehabilitation, 100-hour acupuncture, concussion, and kettlebell. Dr. McAlister is excited to bring his extensive field and educational experiences to Parker University. He specializes in chiropractic treatment for sports-related injuries, rehabilitation, taping, and soft-tissue.