Meet The Doctor

Portrait 20002 jpg 0Terry W. Wilson, D.C.

I am a Yorba Linda native. After graduating from Esperanza High School in 1979, I attended Cal State Fullerton. During my time there, I decided to pursue a chiropractic career. I had been a patient myself since age 10. Both my parents and grandparents have been chiropractic patients. I decided that a more natural, holistic approach to healthcare was important to me.

My practice is patient centered. We follow evidenced infomed practice guidlines so your needs will always be primary. Our goal is to efficiently identify the problem and recommend care that will return you to normal function in the most efficient time frame possible.

I have specialty training in the Cox Decompression Manipulation Technic, which has been, and is currently being researched and studied at the Loyola Stritch School of Medicine. The NIH is also engaged in research into this treatment protocol as well.

If you are suffering from neck pain, arm pain, headache pain, low back pain, leg pain, leg numbness or leg weakness, spinal stenosis or herniated disc issues, we may be able to significantly help you to improve.

I look forward to serving your healthcare needs.



  • 1992 to present:Private Practice, East Canyon Chiropractic, Yorba Linda, California.
  • 1989-1991: Associate Doctor of Chiropractic, Orange Tree Chiropractic Center, Corona California.
  • 1987: Chiropractic preceptorship under Dr. Robert Hughes, DC. La Habra, California.
  • 1986-1987: Clinic Intern, Los Angeles College of Chiropractic Health Center, Whittier, California.


  • golf
  • strength training
  • gardening

Licensures & Certifications

  • US National Board Certified; Chiropractic
  • California State Chiropractic License
  • Graduate, Whiplash and Brain Traumatology, Advanced Certification, Spine Research Institute San Diego
  • California Industrial Disability Evaluator
  • California State Radiology Permit
  • CPR as Professional Rescuer, Community CPR, and Community First Aid and Safety
  • Certified in Cox Flexion Distraction spinal decompression technique

Memberships & Associations

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