Dr. Duy Tran
Dr. Tran hails from Vietnam to Utah. He attended the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic and graduated in late 1992 with his Doctorate of Chiropractic and Bachelor of Science in Human Biology. Dr. Tran stayed in California, being hired on as the chiropractor for an NFL team for two seasons before setting up permanent residence in the Salt Lake Valley, treating a local college football team for a time.
In 2005, Dr. Tran became the Health Advisor for Good Things Utah on Channel 4. He also has been on the Board of Directors of the Murray Chamber of Commerce, the Chairman of Ambassadors of the Murray Chamber of Commerce, President of the Utah Business Network in Midvale, affiliated with the California Chiropractic Association, Orange County Chiropractic Philosophy Association, and taught as a professor for Bio-mechanics and Physics of Motion at the University of Utah. Dr. Tran was voted onto the National Directory of Who's Who.
Dr. Tran is well-versed in the treating and returning the functionality of the spine and joints in the human body. Having treated over 17,000 patients with a 96% success rate in his 27-year career, Dr. Tran has been able to create modalities to help people heal ten times faster.
Helping athletes achieve an optimal level of health and performance has a special place in Dr. Tran's heart, and he has had the honor of treating a host of world-class professional & Olympic athletes. Dr. Tran is known throughout the world, from working-class people to elite professional athletes, and countless people have come to Utah for him to treat ailments and injuries alike.
Dr. Tran's practice specialties include expertise in whiplash, sprain/strain of ligaments & tendons, sports injuries, herniated disc/bulging disc syndromes, neck & lower back spinal arthritis syndromes, pain radiating into the arms & legs, particularly sciatica, and common ailments of the shoulder, knee, elbow, ankle, and wrist. Dr. Tran is also specialized in detecting and correcting anatomical leg length syndrome (LLI) whose most common symptom is lower back pain.