Dr. Mubarak always wanted to help people; his goal was to become a medical doctor. When he was 20 years old, he was moving a desk and developed severe back pain and right sciatic pain. After medical care was unsuccessful, he decided to try Chiropractic care. After receiving Chiropractic care, he began feeling amazing; his back and sciatic leg pain no longer bothered him. In addition, Dr. Mubarak had suffered for years with chronic sinus congestion, however under Chiropractic care he had for the first time in years, 100% resolution of his sinus problems.
These two experiences changed his life forever. Dr. Mubarak knew without a doubt, this was the answer to helping people. Instead of just treating the symptoms of disease with medication and/or surgery he realized that the answer lied in locating and treating the underlying cause which is spinal misalignment, or vertebral subluxation. Dr. Mubarak decided to become a doctor of Chiropractic so he could help people like he had been helped without risky drugs and surgery. Dr. Mubarak graduated from Lexington High School in 1995. He then graduated from the University of South Carolina in 1999 and Sherman College of Chiropractic in 2002. After graduation Dr. Mubarak returned to his home town and started practicing his passion, Chiropractic.
In Chiropractic school Dr. Mubarak was president of the Gonstead Study Club-during which time he helped to further the advancement of specific scientific Chiropractic adjusting. He went on to study under some of the best instructors of the Gonstead technique and has since spent thousands of hours perfecting the technique which is one of the best Chiropractic adjusting techniques of all time. Amongst other studies, Dr. Mubarak has been certified in the analysis and adjustment of infants. He has additional training in extremity analysis and adjusting, therapeutic modalities, non-surgical spinal decompression treatment, radiographic and MRI analysis. Dr. Mubarak is dedicated to helping people receive optimal health through Chiropractic care. He speaks at local community groups, churches, schools and different occupational places.