Story of the tennis ball.

Meet the inventor of the Backbridge, Dr. Todd Sinett. As a second-generation Chiropractor and Kinestologist Dr. Sinett witnessed the miraculous health benefits his father’s patients received over the years and inherited a deep passion and mission for healing and helping people live pain-free.

To learn more about Dr. Sinett you can watch the story of the  tennis ball here.

Dr. Sinett is a based in the heart of New York City and is the founder of the wholistic medical practice Tru Whole Care. For years, Tru Whole Care has offered patients the integrative approach to health with a team of providers helping thousands of patients lead healthier, pain-free lives.

Dr. Sinett believes in getting patients back into balance by treating individuals on three different levels: structural, digestive and emotional.  Through his unique, three-tiered approach and his revolutionary Backbridge, Dr. Sinett is helping back pain sufferers address the underlying source of their pain and live healthier, happier lives.

A native of Merrick, New York, Dr. Sinett received his undergraduate degree from American University and graduated with honors from the New York Chiropractic College. He is an active member of the New York Chiropractic Association, the American Chiropractic Association, and the International College of Applied Kinesiology. He received his certification in Meridian Therapy (Acupressure) from the New York Chiropractic College and is a Certified Fitness Trainer.

Dr. Sinett is a recognized authority for his expertise in Applied Kinesiology, and has served as a clinical expert for many television programs, including Barbara Walter’s “The View,” FoxMD, and Good Day New York with Donna Hanover. He also has been a featured lecturer at MSNBC and the Learning Annex. As a respected health and wellness expert and author, Dr. Sinett has been featured in countless well-known health and fitness publications and national magazines.