Dr. Yinka Adetola
Hello. My name is Dr. Yinka Adetola. I am originally from Nigeria, West Africa and lived in Maryland most of my life. I received my BS at the University of the District of Columbia. Upon graduation from college, I taught school for 3 years. However, my strong desire to help others, as well as my interest in health and staying very active, lead me to consider chiropractic as a profession. So I went back to school and received my Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. After I graduated from Palmer College, I practiced in Wausau, WI for 5 years, and enjoyed living and practicing in Wausau primarily due to the community interaction and involvement. I also practiced in Peoria, IL for 5 years before moving to Texas 2 years ago to be with my family. Overall, I have 12 years of experience as a chiropractor. I am excited to be here and looking forward to serving you!
Everyday, I see firsthand how chiropractic impacts the lives of my family and friends. I want to provide this service to others as well. It is my goal to educate and to touch as many lives as I can through chiropractic. With chiropractic care, our body is able to function at its optimum capacity. Consequently, my staff and I will make it our priority to ensure everyone is treated with respect and understands the importance of living a healthy lifestyle. We are blessed to be able to serve others everyday in their quest for better health.
I use a variety of techniques in treating to accommodate my patients’ preferences. Other services include nutritional information and health education programs. Because I enjoy giving back to the community and sharing my knowledge, I offer presentations and programs to industrial, professional, athletic, and community organizations as well as private groups. I customize the material to meet the specific needs and requirements of the organization. I am interested in athletic development and have facilitated several sports enhancement programs for the Wausau Schools and Community.
To improve my patients well being, I also I provide patient education classes 1-2 times weekly on How to Stay Young. I teach yoga and stretching classes once a month, at no charge. My goal is to increase flexibility, range of motion, endurance, and strength.