When I was 14 years old, I had my first chiropractic adjustment, and it was the first time that I ever had relief. I went home and told my parents, “This is what I’m going to do with my life. I want to help other people feel well, too.”
When I got to Palmer College of Chiropractic, I still had headaches and migraines. The chiropractic helped, but it never prevented them from coming back.
In that first semester of school, the migraine headaches were so debilitating that it came to a point where I realized it would probably never graduate, never have a degree in any field or have a successful career when I miss so much school and work because of pain.
That was when a friend said to me, “you should try upper cervical chiropractic.” I said, “I don’t understand how that could be any different.” I was extremely skeptical.
He said, “What do you have to lose, Tina?”
So, I went and I got adjusted by an upper cervical doctor, and that was altering for me. I then knew that this was how I was going to spend my life working to help others.
As I continued under care, I got better and better. The migraine headaches went away. They stopped altogether, as did the neck pain and the headaches. I got my life back.
I know what it’s like to have pain control your life, what you do and what you don’t do.
I also know what it’s like to get your health back, to feel great, and to be able to focus on the things that are important to you and make your impact on the world.
My name is Doctor Tina Gottlieb and I own Tina M Gottlieb Chiropractic. I believe that everybody deserves to feel their best so that they can focus on what they love and make their impact on the world.