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We will return your call as soon as your insurance coverage is verified.

If you need to speak with one of our office coordinators, please call (909) 396-9500.

Welcome to Wu Chiropractic

Your Chino Chiropractor


You have 3 easy questions to answer…

1. Do you feel pain?
2. Are you tired?
3. Are you overweight?

My name is Dr. David Wu, and I want you to know that pain is your body’s cry for energy. A lack of energy can result from physical stress, such as an injury, poor posture, or repetitive motions. Chemical stress, such as environmental toxins, food allergies, or poor nutrition, is also a very common factor yet often unaddressed. Even mental stress, such as frustration, indecision, and procrastination, can have an impact.

Are you beginning to understand? Pain can be caused by many factors and alleviating it takes a comprehensive, holistic, and understanding approach. Through advanced diagnostic and therapeutic technology, we can help alleviate the pain and the other health challenges you may have. We can determine the primary cause of your pain and lead you to a recovery process that is safe, natural, and complete.

Let’s talk today so we can design a quick and effective plan of care custom to your body.

Best Health,

Dr. David Wu
Chino Chiropractor | Wu Chiropractic | 909-396-9500

13768 Roswell Ave. Suite 209
Chino, CA 91710

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