Florida Chiropractic Clinics
Dr. Greg Yingling
   
    
 
Florida Chiropractic Clinics
 
 
Bio

Dr. Greg Yingling was born and raised in St. Marys, Ohio in 1974.  Growing up in the Buckeye State, Dr. Yingling was very involved with a variety of different sports including football, basketball, baseball, track, and tennis.  While in high school, Dr. Yingling suffered an injury to his low back that greatly disabled him at times during his athletics career and left him with immense pain and difficulties in playing sports.  He tried the medical route with pain medication and anti-inflammatory drugs, but these provided little relief and were unsuccessful.  As a last resort, he sought the services of a local chiropractor, Dr. Scott Bruce, who told Dr. Yingling that he had a fractured vertebra in his low back that was unstable causing his pain and other associated problems.  With routine chiropractic care and therapy/exercises, Dr. Yingling was able to engage in sports and when in alignment, was pain/symptom free.



Dr. Yingling started his college education in mechanical engineering at the University of Toledo. After two years, he changed his life path and decided to follow a friend, Dr. Matt Finke, and enroll in the largest chiropractic school at the time, Life University, in Marietta, GA.  Dr. Yingling graduated from Life University in 1999 and calls his education of chiropractic as a lesson in “ENGINEERING of the HUMAN BODY”.  Upon graduation, he worked in a chiropractic office that treated 100 patients a day then shortly thereafter, started his own chiropractic office in nearby Kennesaw, GA.  Dr. Yingling relocated to the warm and sunny beaches of Tampa/St. Petersburg, Fl. where he has been practicing since 2002. 


 
Dr. Ying Ling

Dr. Yingling

Chooses to incorporate Chiropractic, Neurolink (Neurological Integration System), Applied Kinesiology, Massage, Nutrition, Cold Laser Therapy, Detoxification, and a variety of other Alternative Healthcare techniques in his office with the goal of helping our patients achieve their maximum health potential and live their lives to the fullest.