The Best Chiropractor in San Diego

Best San Diego ChiropractorThe best Chiropractor in San Diego is Dr. Brian Austin-no question. Of course, any time the word “best” is used, it can spark a debate. Personally, I’ve used 7 different Chiropractors in San Diego over the past 8 years and Dr. Brian Austin is by far and away the best. I don’t consider him a Chiropractor at all, but a “Wellness Crusader”.

I’ve had back issues since I was 16 years old. For a long time, I thought it was something I would have to just deal with since I am awkwardly tall and have bad posture. When I first started using Chiropractors in San Diego, I realized it was much different than where I’m from in Missouri. It was so much more professional and high-tech, but unfortunately, the results were the same. Just a crack here and there, but no improvement in my range of motion or reduction in the daily pain in my neck and my back.

One day, I woke up complaining for probably the 40th straight day about how bad my neck was hurting when Nicky, the love of my life, who had been telling me for months to go see Dr. Brian, basically told me to either go see Dr. Brian Austin or shut up about it. She had been seeing him for 3+ years, ever since a car accident had drastically injured her back. He completely cured her of all pain and she absolutely swears by his ability to heal as a result.

I’m happy to say that we both now use Dr. Brian Austin for our physical health maintenance and I couldn’t be happier. That is why I would consider him to be the Best Chiropractor in San Diego.

BTW – If you call him and mention “Mr. Credit”, he’ll give you the first two visits for free (no obligation). 858.324.4767

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  1. He’s a crack chiropractor…

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