Dr. David Van Amberg has had his own practice since 2002, and strives to understand his patients’ underlying problems. He is currently in the process of studying the levels of vitamin D in his patients.
Dr. David Van Amberg, 37, opened his own practice as a chiropractor in 2002 in Warren. He studied to become a doctor of chiropractic for four years in Georgia, after receiving his undergraduate degree from the University of Tennessee. In his chiropractic practice, Dr. Van Amberg said he also tries to find the underlying causes for his patients’ general health issues. Currently, he’s conducting an informal research study on vitamin D levels in his patients. Dr. Van Amberg lives in Warren with his wife, Lori, and their two children: Dayton, 7, and Anna, 4.
Why chiropractic? “I always wanted to be my own boss. I went to a chiropractor at 8 years old because of a major car accident; the car flipped over a few times. I wasn’t severely injured, but my father had been going to a chiropractor for years for sports-related injuries and he wanted us all to get checked out. I quickly learned that it was more about health care than pain treatment.”
Sports connection: “I always loved sports. I remember Joe Montana, the famous quarterback, got adjusted on television. This was in the early ’80s. Back then it certainly wasn’t mainstream that people went to chiropractors for health care; some did, but it… continue reading
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