Dr. Song graduated from the Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, USA; the first Chiropractic College in North America. After graduating, he built up his expertise in South Korea for 6 years. He then came to Canada to settle down and has now been practicing in Walnut Grove, Langley for 10 years.
Dr. Song hopes to continue helping others on a path of healing and well-being. He ensures every patient is treated with the utmost care and is highly satisfied upon every visit. In order to find the best possible way to treat his patients, he is always ready to listen with an open mind.
Being a chiropractor requires not only medical knowledge, but also the ability to produce diagnosis and treatment plans tailored to each patient’s subjective symptoms. Taking time for thorough assessments and treatment are a very crucial part in patient care and recovery. Along with the treatment, Dr.Song believes in educating patients with the right information and knowledge for a full recovery.
Aside from being a chiropractor, Dr. Song has been a Tae Kwon Do martial artist since the age of 5. He has taught children in the past as well as teaching police officers in New York. He loves to exercise, especially if it involves activities with his German shepherd. Dr. Song believes staying fit is an essential part to maintaining healthy lifestyle and motivates patients to do so as well.
No matter your level of fitness, even stretching for 15 minutes a day can help!
- Palmer College of Chiropractic (www.palmer.edu)
- BC Chiropractic Association(BCCA) (www.bcchiro.com)
- Canadian Chiropractic Association(CCA) (www.chiropractic.ca)