Dr. Cathy Ng, DC

Cathy Ng Doctor of Chiropractic

It amazes me as I continue to see transformations occur in my practice members' lives right before my eyes. It is an honor to be able to serve you and your family and walk alongside you on your journey of health.

I am a Southern California native and cannot imagine living anywhere else! I decided to become a chiropractor when I was in college at UC San Diego. I had an earache that lasted for a few weeks, and I thought I had an ear infection. I first went to the student health center and then to my medical doctor and realized that they had nothing to offer except medication and hope that it would go away. I decided to go to a chiropractor, and after one adjustment my earache went away immediately. Not only did I get relief, I found a new perspective on health through the amazing power of a chiropractic adjustment.

After I graduated from college, I worked in a dermatology research lab at the VA Medical Center in San Diego for a few years. Thereafter, I moved home to the San Gabriel Valley to attend Southern California University of Health Sciences where I got my Doctorate of Chiropractic degree. Since then, I have been helping people feel, function and live better. I offer a variety of techniques including Koren Specific Technique, Diversified manual adjusting, Kinesio® Taping and Graston Technique. I am also cIMG 2184 1ertified in the Webster Technique which is an analysis and adjustment for expectant mothers to increase their likelihood of having a positive prenatal and natural birth experience. I am a proud member of several professional associations including the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association and the National Wellness Foundation.

My husband, Jeffrey, and I live in Whittier where we enjoy do-it-yourself house projects and playing with our animals. You may find our nine-year-old Carolina Dog, Kiki, or our 26-year-old desert tortoise, Shelly, visiting the office on occasion.

Emily Graham, Office Coordinator

Born and raised in Florida, I first moved California when I began my Master’s in Transformational Urban Leadership from Azusa Pacific University. The program took me overseas to Delhi, India, where I spent nearly two years working with grassroots nonprofits that aim to serve and uplift marginalized and poor communities in the city. During this time, I discovered a passion for cross-cultural communication and language learning. Upon returning to the US, I spent several years teaching English as a Second Language to adults with an immigrant rights coalition in Long Beach. I enjoy being a bridge for people, facilitating connection, community, and wellness wherever possible!

My husband, Jacob, and I live in Monrovia with our parakeet, Marvin. In my spare time, I love spending time in the outdoors: SCUBA diving and freediving in the Pacific, and hiking in the beautiful mountains right here in our backyard!