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We treat people, not patients

Go Aspire is a modern injury recovery and wellness clinic. We specialize in chiropractic care for auto accidents and sports injuries. 

We Make Care Accessible

The best chiropractors should be available to everyone. And by everyone, we also mean people under different circumstances — so we made treatment plans that are financially flexible and personalized to your unique challenges.


From adjustable payment plans to providing transportation and hiring our bilingual staff, our only goal is to get people the care they need.

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Our Results-Minded


We’re not here to extend your treatment indefinitely — our goal is to create a treatment plan with realistic goals and timelines so you can get back to living your life pain-free. Even if that means referring you to an outside specialist, we’ll do it. We’re here to get back your health, not your business. 

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Meet Dr. Chung

Educated at the world-renown Parker College of Chiropractic, Dr. Chung specializes in treating car accidents and sports injuries.


Dr. Chung combines cutting-edge technology with proven techniques to create the most effective treatment plan using a multi-disciplinary approach. He believes in treating both your immediate symptoms and their underlying causes — it’s a “whole-person” approach to treatment.


With over 15 years of experience, he leads Go Aspire’s team of top physicians. In his off time, he’s usually busy being a loving father and husband or just connecting with the community. 

Staying Safe through Covid-19

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Your safety is our priority. At every Go Aspire clinic, we practice Covid-19 protocols including mandatory masks, temperature checks, and frequent sanitization of our clinics. 


  • Will seeing a chiropractor after an auto accident cause my insurance to go up?
    No. Most auto insurance policies cover most recommended or “reasonably necessary” treatments for injuries resulting from a covered vehicle accident.
  • Do I need a referral from a GP (general practitioner) to see a chiropractor?
    No. Chiropractors are primary health care practitioners and can provide chiropractic services independently. This means that you can set up an appointment with a chiropractor without first consulting your GP, although your Doctor may suggest that you see a chiropractor if he or she feels that chiropractic care may help you.
  • If I have back surgery can I still benefit from chiropractic care?
    Yes, you can. It is an unfortunate fact that many people who have undergone back surgery see symptoms of their original condition (often in the form of pain or reduced flexibility) come back after a number of years. Chiropractic care is a safe and efficient way of alleviating the pain associated both with your back condition and the stress of back surgery.
  • If I start chiropractic care, will I have to continue chiropractic treatment for life?"
    Many people think that once chiropractic care starts, it has to continue. While we do recommend that our patients keep periodical appointments in order to ensure their condition remains stable and can be monitored, chiropractic care is not the reason patients keep coming back. People who require chiropractic care present conditions that can be treated by chiropractors. It is not the care you receive from your chiropractor that makes you need to continue with appointments, but rather the condition you had before starting chiropractic treatment. Some conditions can be successfully treated so that the patient does not need to continue with chiropractic treatment, but most conditions require continuous care.
  • Could chiropractic care make my condition worse?
    Chiropractic care is a safe, non-intrusive procedure that will not hurt you as long as it is provided by a certified and qualified chiropractor. Complications of chiropractic care are extremely rare and not nearly as likely as they are with surgery or other forms of treatment.

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