Dr. Anthony Nguyen

Dr. Anthony is committed to providing his patients with the most advanced and state of the art corrective spinal care offered today. After graduating from Rider University with a biochemistry degree, Dr. Anthony attended the Palmer Chiropractic College West to obtain his doctorate degree. During his years of study he acquired a thorough understanding of the chiropractic science and has applied his knowledge in treating all types of patients.

The outstanding results and benefits attained through the drugless, non-surgical approach to health continue to motivate Dr. Anthony on a daily basis. His main goal is to educate his patients about chiropractic and encourage them in their commitment to better health. As a member of the California Chiropractic Association, he continues to stay abreast of new information and research.

Dr. Anthony' special technique is designed to provide safe, proven effective, chiropractic care to patients of all ages. In addition to the analysis and treatment of spinal abnormalities, Dr. Anthony offers a rehabilitation program to strengthen and rebuild affected areas, physical therapy, and deep tissue therapy.

Dr. Anthony welcomes the opportunities to meet with you and is currently accepting new patients. Whether you suffer from neck or back pain, headaches, sports-related injuries or other nervous systems conditions, chiropractic care may be the help you've been looking for.

Jack Chang, MSTCM, L.Ac.

Jack Chang is a Licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist, specializing in the Master TungÂ’s Acupuncture methods (as taught by Dr. Robert Chu) in which he effectively treats pain, neuromusculoskeletal disorders, and a wide variety of internal diseases. He specializes in pain of all types including pains associated with Chemo/Radiation Therapy.


Currently, providing translation work for Dr. Long Chen Hua and Dr. William Zhao for Dr. LongÂ’s classes in Spinal Therapy in the San Francisco Bay area.

In 2008, he graduated from American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco with a Master of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine.

In 2006, he studied the Zheng Gu Tui Na system of massage/physiotherapy under Dr. Long, Chen Hua from Guang Zhou, China.

In 2005, he joined ITARA – International Tung’s Acupuncture Research Association, to preserve, standardize, educate, and research new applications of the Tung family system of Acupuncture established by Dr. Robert Chu.

Jack Chang, L. Ac. is a faculty member at Five Branches University teaching Qi Gong I & II to students.

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