Dr. David Nygaard is an Atlas Orthogonal chiropractic doctor and the founder and owner of the Atlas Chiropractic of Asheville in Asheville, North Carolina. He studied BS in Special Education and MS in Guidance and Counselling. Dr. Nygaard is also an MBA graduate with a specialization in Human Resources. In 1990, he left his corporate position to obtain his Doctor of Chiropractic degree at the Palmer College of Chiropractic in Iowa and pursued his dream to make a difference in people's lives. After completing his training, he participated in an off-campus internship specializing in the Atlas Orthogonal protocol – a technique developed by Dr. Roy Sweat. Today, Dr. Nygaard is one of the 250 chiropractors worldwide certified as an Atlas Orthogonal doctor.
Technique/s: Atlas Orthogonal
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