Dr Thomas French attended Chiropractic College at National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, Illinois. Prior to that, he grew up in northern New Jersey. He had a love of music in high school, and attended William Paterson College initially as a music major. There, he discovered that his love of music surpassed his skill at making it. So he switched to a science major (science had always been his strongest subject) after two years to prepare for chiropractic school. After finishing his Bachelor of Science in human anatomy, and his Doctor of Chiropractic degree (graduating summa cum laude, with highest honors) in 2002, he moved with his wife, Amber, to Norwalk to start his practice.
He specializes in relieving pain related to the spine and musculoskeletal system, and has advanced training in golf and running injuries and sports-related biomechanics. He enjoys getting to know his patients, and his greatest satisfaction comes from helping people get out of pain and back to their lives.
Dr French loves his work and the satisfaction he gets from watching his patients improve and get back to their life. He focuses on treating his patients like family, respecting their time by not making them wait in the office, and not recommending more care than is necessary.
Dr French enjoys playing double bass in community orchestras, watching soccer and staying healthy with yoga and rock climbing. He is proud to have completed the Chicago Marathon in 2001 in 3:30:01. These days, most of his free time is taken up chasing his two young children, Julian, 10 and Everett, 6.