About Total Health Chiropractice Center

chiropractor in fredericksburg va

Bill Asimacopoulos, DC

  “Being an active weightlifter I understand how the pain and limitations of an injury can be frustrating. You can bet I use my personal experiences as well as my formal education to customize a treatment plan that will help my patients get back to their active lives as quickly as possible – whether that means playing their favorite sport or playing catch with their grandchild.”

 

--- Dr. Bill Asimacopoulos

Professional Memberships

 

International Chiropractors Association
           

International Chiropractic Pediatric Association

 

Virginia Society of Chiropractic

 

Awards

Clinic Excellence, Life University

 

Hobbies

Competitive weight lifting, snow skiing, mountain biking, scuba diving

Dr. Bill Asimacopoulos

Board Certified in Chiropractic

 

Nothing compares to seeing a patient walk out of my office with a smile, because they know they were receiving thorough care, and because they enjoyed their experience.

Chiropractic is more than relief for back pain. It's restoring our body to its natural balance.  Since becoming a Chiropractor, I’ve realized that even though Chiropractic is covered by most medical insurance plans and physicians are recommending it, many people still don’t understand the full scope of its advantages.  That’s why I educate all of my patients about all of the benefits of Chiropractic.  I want them to live healthier, happier lives.
 
Trusting your chiropractor is the most important aspect of your recovery.  That’s why I’m always focused on you – the patient. 
 
When you trust me with your care, I make sure you understand your treatment and feel comfortable with the decisions you make.

 

Education & Credentials

 

DIPLOMATE:  

National Board of Chiropractic, 1999


DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC: 

Life University -  Marietta, Georgia

Magna Cum Laude, 1993


BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE: 

George Mason University - Fairfax, Virginia
            

ADVANCED TRAINING:

Pediatrics, Sports Injuries