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Adrian Trinh
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Dr.Trinh completed his undergraduate studies in Medial Technology at West Texas A&M University in Canyon,Tx before obtaining his Doctor of Chiropractic at Parker College of Chiropractic. At Parker, Dr.Trinh graduated with Magna Cum Laude Honors, and was recipient of distinguished Parker Board of Trustee Scholastic Ecxellence Award for his outstanding academic achievement and remarakable leadership among the student body. Dr.Trinh dedication to excellence has translated into a found philosophical foundation of healing and remarkable ability to diagnose and treat each patient's source of "dis-ease"- not just the symptoms. Dr.Trinh is very active with the Arlington Chamber of Commerce and a past member of the City of Arlington Building Code Board of Appeal. Dr.Trinh is a recipient for the Arlington Outstanding Small Business of the Year Award in 2007. Dr.Trinh resides in Arlington, Tx with his wife and their 3 children.
Dr.Trinh completed his undergraduate studies in Medial Technology at West Texas A&M University in Canyon,Tx before obtaining his Doctor of Chiropractic at Parker College of Chiropractic. At Parker, Dr.Trinh graduated with Magna Cum Laude Honors, and was recipient of distinguished Parker Board of Trustee Scholastic Ecxellence Award for his outstanding academic achievement and remarakable leadership among the student body. Dr.Trinh dedication to excellence has translated into a found philosophical foundation of healing and remarkable ability to diagnose and treat each patient's source of "dis-ease"- not just the symptoms. Dr.Trinh is very active with the Arlington Chamber of Commerce and a past member of the City of Arlington Building Code Board of Appeal. Dr.Trinh is a recipient for the Arlington Outstanding Small Business of the Year Award in 2007. Dr.Trinh resides in Arlington, Tx with his wife and their 3 children.

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Having Back Pain??? Why Having it?? When I can help you solve the problem?? Call now: For a FREE Consultation at 817-987-4150

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Chiropractic care (which comes from the Greek word meaning “done by hand”) dates back to 1895. However, the roots of the profession can be traced all the way back to the beginning of recorded time.
Chiropractic was developed by Daniel David Palmer, a self-taught healer in Davenport, Iowa. Palmer wanted to find a cure for disease and illness that did not use drugs. He studied the structure of the spine and the ancient art of moving the body with the hands (manipulation). Palmer started the Palmer School of Chiropractic, which still exists today.
Chiropractic Education:   Doctors of chiropractic must complete 4 to 5 years at an accredited chiropractic college. Their training includes a minimum of 4,200 hours of classroom, laboratory, and clinical experience.
The education provides students with an in-depth understanding of the structure and function of the human body in health and disease.
The educational program includes training in the basic medical sciences, including anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry. The education allows a doctor of chiropractic to both diagnose and treat patients.
Chiropractic Philosophy:   The profession believes in using natural and conservative methods of health care, without the use of drugs or surgery.
Chiropractic Practice:   Chiropractors treat people with muscle and bone problems, such as neck pain, low back pain, osteoarthritis, and spinal disk conditions.
Today, most practicing chiropractors mix spinal adjustments with other therapies, such as physical rehabilitation and exercise recommendations, mechanical or electrical therapies, and hot or cold treatments.
Chiropractors take a medical history in the same way as other health care providers. They then examine patients, looking at:
Muscle strength versus weakness
Posture in different positions
Spinal range of motion
Structural problems

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Dr.Trinh is a recipient for the Arlington Outstanding Small Business of the Year Award in 2007.

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~ How to Prepare for your Chiropractor Appointment ~

Don’t put off booking your chiropractic appointment, especially if you are in pain. We do try to accommodate walk-in patients and patients with schedules, but it is always best to call ahead of time. If we don’t have a same day appointment available, let Ms.Gabriela know if you are open to cancellations and she will call you if another patient cancels.

It is easy to forget important details, so if you prepare in advance, the doctor can review your history and symptoms with you thoroughly at your first appointment. You can download each of the forms by clicking on the link and printing them off at home. You can also stop by our office to pick up the forms or call to have them faxed. Alternatively, you could arrive a few minutes early to fill the forms in so you don’t feel rushed.

2. Make note of any questions you have before your appointment – whether you have been to our office once or 100 times. And – don’t forget to bring your notes along to your appointment!
3. Find out what insurance benefits you have and the type of coverage it provides for chiropractic treatment(s).

817-987-4150

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