Chiropractic | Male | 50 years old
Dr. Jon Ogao Chiropractic D.C.
11483 S State St Ste F
Draper, UT 84020
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Dr. Ogaos Bio
Since Opening my own practice in 1997, I have made it my mission to bring health and healing to the people of Draper and the state of Utah. Though I have great passion for Chiropractic practice as my profession, my first experience with it was as a patient.
My original plan was to go into Dental School , but as I made preparations to begin my studies, I was seriously injured in a car accident. As a result, I was plagued by serious headaches and back pain.
After months of endurance, I was sick and tired of being sick and tired. I looked for help everywhere, including my local health food store. Their advice was to see a Chiropractor, something I had never heard of, but my pain was making me desperate for any kind of relief. I made my first appointment and what happened after that first session was nothing short of a miracle.
My pain and symptoms disappeared for the first time in months. What I felt was a sense of pure joy at recovering my health. I was so inspired by my own transformation, that I changed my course of study and eventually graduated from West States Chiropractic College in 1996.
Since then, I have utilized my undergraduate studies in Motion Palpation and Biomechanics to help athletes and everyday people regain something that I once lost. I am so passionate about using my hands to give healing because I have been in the same shoes as many of my patients, in pan and searching for relief.
Maybe you can identify with my story, or maybe you are just looking for a way to help your body reach its fullest potential. Either way, I hope to use my talents and abilities to give each of you something that I believe is of the highest worth: outstanding health that leads to overflowing joy.
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No sanctions history found for the years that Healthgrades collects data.
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No board actions found for the years that Healthgrades collects data.
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Graduated in 1996
Completed in 1996
Completed in 1997
Graduated in 1993
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