Dr. Heather Goldberg, DC
Chiropractic has always been a part of my life
When I was in middle school, I had a dream of being a pediatrician. Since I had a choice which high school I attended, I chose George Washington Carver High School of Engineering and Science because it emphasized the sciences. After high school, I went to Ursinus College because of its amazing pre-medicine program. After completing my freshman year, I took another look at the path I was on and made the decision that pre-med wasn’t necessarily for me and looked at other options in the health field. My advisor directed me towards looking at athletic training and a degree in Exercise Sport Science. After observing what athletic training was, I decided that this was the direction I was going to pursue. I fell in love working with athletes, helping them to rehabilitate their injuries and keeping them healthy. A year into working with my athletic training focus, I realized I enjoyed helping people rehabilitate their injuries in a more natural way.
I had gone to a chiropractor since I was eight and chose to pursue a chiropractic focus with my coursework. Upon graduating, I chose to attend Life University in Georgia because of their sports chiropractic program. In September 2005 I graduated from Life University and worked with another doctor for two years in Kennesaw, GA. In 2007, I moved back to Pennsylvania where I practiced privately until 2018 when I joined PA Pain and Rehabilitation.
Chiropractic has always been part of my life and I do my best to stay well adjusted, knowing it keeps me pain and injury free, helping me to enjoy my life. I am married and have a young daughter who keeps me on my toes, constantly running her from one activity to the next. I truly believe chiropractic is what has kept me healthy for much of my life, very rarely getting sick.