About Us


Lee M. Grant, D.C. is a bona-fide native of southern Oklahoma, living in Ringling, OK until the age of 16, when he moved to Ardmore with his family. Lee received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, TX, after which he left Dallas as quickly as possible (Lee never cared for the big city life) and returned to Ardmore to begin his practice.
During his time at Parker College, Lee was involved with the Department of Anatomical Sciences as an assistant lab instructor for the freshman Systemic Anatomy class and was a TA for Gross Anatomy. He continued his career in Higher Education as an Adjunct Instructor for Murray State College in their Health Sciences Department, where he taught Human Anatomy and Physiology from 2010-2017.
Lee opened ProActive Chiropractic in September of 2010 and overhauled his business in April of 2011, when he began the membership model of practice. Prior to opening ProActive Chiropractic, he served as a chiropractic intern with the Dallas/Fort Worth Veteran’s Hospital.

Portrait of Dr. Lee Grant, providing chiropractic care in Ardmore, OK
Kelsey, admin at ProActive Chiropractic care in Ardmore, OK

MEET Kelsey Jennings

Kelsey Jennings has worked with Dr. Grant since 2016 as ProActive Chiropractic’s office manager, and keeps things running smoothly. Our patients appreciate and enjoy her friendly demeanor, outgoing personality, and uncanny ability to make everyone feel like family.

Dr. Lee Grant, providing chiropractic care in Ardmore, OK, and his family

The ProActive Chiropractic Family

Lee is married to Kimberley Grant and they have four children; two beautiful daughters, McKinley and Riley, and two sons, Seth and Keith. He enjoys Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and is currently a purple belt and instructor at Kraken Jiu-Jitsu Ardmore. He also enjoys mountain biking, fishing, playing with his children, reading, and is a firearms enthusiast.

Certified, Licensed Chiropractor

Lee is board certified with the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners and the Oklahoma Board of Chiropractic Examiners. He is a proud member of the Oklahoma Chiropractors Association.

What is Chiropractic?

When a patient seeks chiropractic care, and when a chiropractor accepts a patient for care, it is essential that they both be seeking and working for the same goals.

Chiropractic has only ONE goal. Therefore, it is important that the patient understand the goal and the means that will be used to attain it. This will prevent any confusion, misunderstanding, or disappointment.

Patients usually want to get rid of whatever back pain, neck pain, migraines, or other ailments or conditions are bothering them. While we care deeply about you and strongly desire a resolution to your pain, our purpose goes deeper than this.

Dr. Lee Grant giving a patient a chiropractic adjustment at ProActive Chiropractic, Ardmore, OK

The purpose of chiropractic is to restore and maintain the integrity of the relationship between the spinal cord and its nerve roots. These vital nerve pathways are housed in and protected by the bones of the spine. Tiny misalignments of the vertebrae or bones of the spine will interfere with the function of these nerve pathways. This nerve interference is called SUBLUXATION. Subluxations come from many causes and prevent various organs, glands, and tissues from functioning properly. With enough nerve interference, your body will not function as it was designed to, and your quality of life will suffer.

By means of a chiropractic adjustment, subluxations are reduced, thus the normal function of the nerve pathway restores itself. The only goal of chiropractic is to adjust vertebral subluxations for the purpose of allowing the proper transmission of nerve energy over nerve pathways so that every part of your body may have a proper nerve supply at all times.

This allows the innate (inborn, natural) healing ability of the body to work at maximum efficiency, and allows you to express your innate (inborn, natural) potential to the best of your body’s ability.

Please Note

Regardless of your condition or what your disease is called, the chiropractor does not offer to heal or even treat it, NOR does he offer advice regarding the treatment of disease, which is the sole practice of medicine. Chiropractic is NOT medicine, nor is it a substitute for medicine. The only goal of chiropractic is to allow the body to do its job by removing what is interfering with it. The only means used to accomplish this goal is the adjustment of vertebral subluxations. We offer no cure or treatment of any disease.

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