Why I became a Chiropractor
I became a chiropractor following my career as a Navy S.E.A.L. due to my continued desire to help people. Although I am no longer implementing Hostage Rescue, I still want to help people rescue their own health. I was shot multiple times in a horrific battle. As a result of this injury, I altered the way I walked to compensate for structural deviations. This subsequently produced severe low back and neck pain and insomnia. A friend suggested I go to a Chiropractor. Being stubborn, I resisted, but the pain increased and I finally agreed to go. After a few Chiropractic adjustments I had no low back or neck pain and could sleep through the night.
Upon getting out of the military I was depressed and longed for the job satisfaction I once had. Going to Chiropractic College helped me find that satisfaction. Nothing is more rewarding for me than to see a patient get relief from pain or to increase his/her level of wellness.
God Bless; and I look forward to serving you.
-Dr. Howard Wasdin D.C
Doctor of Chiropractic - Life University, Marietta Georgia, 2009
Clinical Excellence Award
Bachelor of Science in Biology - Life University, Marietta Georgia, 2007
To contact Dr Wasdin regarding his chiropractic practice please go to http://www.ap-chiro.com