"I was in an auto accident injury in Bellevue this summer. The accident caused major pain in my neck and back, thanks to all the great treatment from Dr. Wang and Massage therapist now I'm pain free and able to work out again."
John Wu, Seattle
"I moved from Taiwan to attend ESL in Bellevue Community College. I was looking for a good Chiropractor in Bellevue to treat my whiplash injury. Dr Wang and his staff speaks Chinese and was able to take care of my auto whiplash injuries. I highly recommend them. They are very caring and professional."
CT Chen, Redmond
"Best Chiropractor ever. He spends the time to explain and teach me exercises and correct postures for my daily activities."
"The massage therapist's deep tissue and stretching helped my frozen shoulder. I used to not be able to lift my arm higher than my chest level. Now I am back on my crossfit training."
"Dr. Wang was so great that I brought my 3 kids and husband to see him for Spinal Exam. He has helped my son's scoliosis and posture. Now my husband is pain free!"
"I was referred by a friend to see Dr. Wang after a car accident, and I am thrilled with the services and overall experience during the entire period. Dr. Wang had great patience and always provided details of my progress. The massage therapists were great and the front desk staffs were also very friendly. I highly recommend Dr. Wang and the team if anyone needs such service."
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