Dr. Christine Dinh, DC, BSc (Hons)
Dr. Christine Dinh earned her Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from New York Chiropractic College. Before entering her studies in New York, Dr. Dinh completed her Honours Bachelor of Science degree at University of Toronto with a specialist in Biology. It was during this time that she was in a traumatic motor vehicle accident that changed her life and led her to having a huge passion for chiropractic.
Dr. Dinh is a chiropractor because she wants to make a difference and change other’s lives for the better as it has for her. She had a downfall from that accident. She thought she would have to suffer pain and severe headaches for the rest of her life. Chiropractic has changed her life. Not only did she improve physically but also mentally and emotionally.
Everything in our body is connected to each other; by achieving better health it allowed her to be more optimistic. Her mind became more clear to think and study without the headaches as she was an undergrad student at the time. She had more confidence in herself as well. She felt that she survived through that accident for a reason and she wants to help others as she was a patient herself. She said, “I cannot be thankful enough for the chiropractic care that I have received. I owe it to chiropractic that saved my life!”
Dr. Dinh has experience treating patients of all ages from pediatrics to geriatrics, and from complex cases to wellness care. She uses different techniques to accommodate for patient’s needs, if necessary. She has worked with neurosurgeons, medical doctors and other physicians to have a better understanding of what patients go through outside of chiropractic care.
Dr. Dinh has treated many athletes at the American Ultimate Disc League, mainly the Toronto Rush team. Dr. Dinh is certified in Rocktape, Nimmo soft tissue technique, and Advanced Whole Food Nutrition.
Dr. Tony Lam, DC
Andeka Vuong, RAc
Andeka is a Registered Acupuncturist who earned her Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner advanced diploma from Humber College. She is also a member of the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncturist of Ontario (CTCMPAO) in good standing.
David Hong, RMT
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