Why I Am a Lifetime Chiropractic Patient

Dear Patients,

I came to chiropractic care relatively late.  I was 20 years old, in university, and trying to map out my future.  I was introduced to a chiropractor as part of a mentoring program, and spent a day watching and observing her in practice.  Although my mom regularly got adjusted by a chiropractor, I still didn’t know what chiropractic was truly about.  And even after a day of watching, I didn’t quite know.  I just knew that this was something I could do for the rest of my life.

Chiropractic care made sense to me.  I had always had a strong interest in health, and I was drawn to the fact that chiropractic’s stance on health was to find the source of the problem and to treat the person, and not the symptoms.  I did my research and confirmed my instincts that I was going to be a chiropractor.

I began getting adjusted regularly and I soon resolved a chronic ankle pain that had plagued me since childhood.  Over the years, it has helped me with digestive problems, colds, and the occasional back ache.

I am a Lifetime Chiropractic Patient because regular chiropractic adjustments keep my nervous system functioning well.  What does that mean?  It means that I have all the energy I need and am rarely ill, allowing me to run a busy practice and to take care of those who are sick.  I cannot imagine my life without getting adjusted on a regular basis.  Once I discovered ProAdjuster chiropractic care, it changed my life and health for the better.

I am a chiropractic patient for life, and I hope that you will have the same experience that I have had.  Chiropractic care is more than just pain relief.  It gives me the health I need now and will need in the future.


Yours in good health,

Dr. Trina Ting


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1 Response to Why I Am a Lifetime Chiropractic Patient

  1. Thank you for sharing your story! Like!

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