Dr. Thien Dang-Tan trained at the U.S. President’s Hospital and the National Naval Medical Center (NNMC) in Bethesda, MD. NNMC residency is one of its kind and a premier opportunity for applying chiropractic clinical knowledge in an integrative patient care setting. Dr. Dang-Tan completed continuing education at Harvard Medical School in Integrative and Complementary Medicine. He has presented worldwide, including research on neurophysiology at Johns Hopkins Medicine, and the Institute of Applied Science and Medicine. Dr. Dang-Tan has specialized training in whiplash disorders, traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries from the Spine Research Institute of San Diego. As a former professional athlete, he has a strong background in athletics, injury prevention, and performance enhancement. He has served as Team Chiropractor at the Beijing Olympics, and to several amateur, professional, and National sports teams.