Dr. Robert Vallandingham
Dr. Robert Vallandingham, owner of Arbuckle Chiropractic, is a licensed Chiropractor specializing in Diversified, Activator, Impulse, and Thompson Drop techniques.
Dr. Robert Vallandingham earned his Bachelors of Science degree from East Central University in 1998. He decided his passion was preventative care and that he wanted to pursue Chiropractic. He attended and graduated from Parker University of Dallas, Texas in 2003.
After graduating from Parker University with a Doctorate of Chiropractic, Dr. Vallandingham bought Arbuckle Chiropractic in Sulphur, Oklahoma in 2004, where he has been practicing and offering gentle Chiropractic care for the whole family.
He attends Crossway Church in Sulphur, centering their family, business and lives around their faith in God. His children attend Sulphur Schools and they stay actively involved in the community.
Dr. Vallandingham has been a Member of Rotary since 2004, served as past president for two years and is the 2013 recipient of the Paul Harris Fellow award. He is also a member of Sulphur Chamber of Commerce and member of Oklahoma Chiropractic Association.
It is Dr. Vallandingham’s personal passion and focus to provide preventative care by treating patients needs and educating them on healthy alternative care for living a pain free and drug free living for an overall healthier, more comfortable and longer life.
Bachelor of Science, East Central University, Ada, OK
Doctorate of Chiropractic, Parker University, Dallas, TX
Spinal Health & Well Being
Dr. Vallandingham provides gentle Chiropractic Care for patients from birth to old age that can help with numerous conditions such as:
Upper, mid, lower back pain & stiffness
Neck pain & stiffness
Pinched nerves, muscle spasms
Leg & arm pain, tingling, numbness, weakness
Leg & arm joint pain or dysfunction
Carpal or Tarsal tunnel syndrome
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Frequent colds, flu
Intervertebral disc syndrome
Loss of equilibrium
Pregnancy & Delivery comfort and ease
Work –related injuries
Falling, lifting injuries