My name is Dr. David Ginsberg and I have been practicing chiropractic since 1990. Since my sophomore year in high school, I have wanted to be a chiropractor. I attended Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois, where I studied pre-medicine, biology and played on the varsity tennis team. Wanting to get out of the cold, I attended Palmer-West Chiropractic College in San Jose, California, where I graduated Cum Laude in 1990. After graduation, I practiced in a large multi-doctor clinic in Fremont, California, for 4 years. In addition to seeing my own patients, I performed all of the exams, x-rays and therapies for 3 doctors which gave me a multitude of clinical experience. I also worked part-time at a physical therapy clinic, participated in several research projects validating chiropractic procedures, and co-authored a chapter on sports injuries in TEXTBOOK OF CLINICAL CHIROPRACTIC: A BIOMECHANICAL APPROACH. My wife, Shawn and I loved Northern California, and all it had to offer, but we decided the mid-west is where we wanted to raise a family. We picked the Geneva community because it seemed to be a great place to raise kids and had a lot to offer in outdoor activities.
In 1994, I opened up Ginsberg Chiropractic at 405 Williamsburg Avenue (the building just west of here). Since then, I have been helping children with ear infections, asthma and ADD, as well as, adults with athletic injuries, whiplash, headaches, carpal tunnel syndrome and lower back pain. I have taken post-graduate training in pediatrics, whiplash, nutrition and athletic injuries. I specialize in the Gonstead Method of Chiropractic (see gonsteadseminar.com for more info). In 2005, I became certified in pregnancy and pediatrics (CCP) by completing a 100 hour post graduate course and passing a final examination. It is my mission to help individuals and families get more out of their life by teaching them how to be as healthy as they can be in a fun environment. If we make it fun and enjoyable than having a healthy chiropractic lifestyle becomes a habit instead of a chore. It is my wish that every individual feels special and that they are taken care of in an extraordinary way when they are in my clinic.
When I am not in the office taking care of patients or working on ways to improve the office, you will probably find me exercising or playing with my 3 daughters, Jenna, Grace, and Claire. I enjoy running, biking, paddling, adventure racing, traveling and going out to eat. I am a firm believer in trying to set an example of a healthy lifestyle for my patients. I love taking care of people and spending time with my family. I consider it the highest honor that people entrust me with their greatest asset, their health. It is my hope that understanding more about me and where I come from will allow you to get more out of your care.