Dr. Steven Tinlin, Louisville Chiropractor
How I Chose Chiropractic
I chose chiropractic because it respected the body as an integrated whole, and not as just a bunch of random parts. I was taught to consider both how a person arrived at a state of poor health and how they could become vital again, naturally! I chose a career in chiropractic because I was amazed by the unique relationship between the brain and the body and how disrupting that connection made people vulnerable to dis-ease. I chose chiropractic because I thought it would be a good use of my skills to be in the life extension and disease prevention business! I want to help people get off chronic use of prescription drugs whenever possible and to help avoid surgery if I can. I want to help people live longer and function optimally for as long as possible.
Career of a Lifetime
After earning my Bachelors of Arts degree in Movement & Sport Science, with a focus on Biology, Kinesiology, and Biomechanics from Purdue University, I investigated the concepts, philosophy, and methods Doctors of Chiropractic used. What I learned fascinated me and I scheduled an appointment with a chiropractor my father knew. He evaluated me extensively, explained his findings and gave me my first adjustment. Read More…