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Dr. Patrick C. Conlin, DC, DAAMLP  is a gifted Chiropractor with a talent  for knowing just where to apply treatment for the best outcome. 

Born in Washington, DC, and raised in Nahant, Massachusetts, Dr. Conlin excelled in academics, skiing and most outdoor adventures. In fact, it was Utah’s famous snow that eventually lured him to Utah.

Dr. Conlin attended the University of Maine as a Chemical Engineer with dreams of being a patent attorney. He quickly discovered that he enjoyed helping people more, switched majors and graduated with a BS in Biology.

With a desire to understand how the body works and how he could apply this to a profession, Dr. Conlin attended Palmer College of Chiropractic West, in San Jose, CA, and graduated in 1998. He has a great thirst for knowledge and has received many advanced certificates in Motor Vehicle Collision, Occupant Injury, Whiplash Biomechanical, Brain Injury Traumatology, MRI Interpretation, Spinal Biomechanical Engineering, Chiropractic Biophysics, Spinal Trauma, IME training, Electro-diagnostics, AMA Impairment ratings 5th and 6th Ed., Ethics, Brain Injury and Head Trauma

Dr. Conlin began his Ogden, UT practice at 40th Street Chiropractic in 2001, and specializes in auto injury and family care. He lectures regularly with the Utah Chiropractic Association, along with other professional groups such as physicians, and attorneys in Northern Utah. However, his passion is doing research on ligament injury and biomechanics.

Dr. Conlin married Kristena, in 2013. They live in Ogden and have one son, Aidan, who keeps them very busy. When not working, you’ll find this active family skiing or biking Utah’s famous mountains.

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