Dr. Daryll Marshall-Inman
Dr. Daryll Marshall-Inman has been a licensed Edmonds chiropractor since 1996. He has practiced in the Seattle area for over 18 years.
'I love the people and community of this small area and feel privileged to have met so many families and individuals that make up the warm feeling of Edmonds, Lynnwood and Mount Lake Terrace areas.”
The main focus of his care and specialty is to help the patient not onlyrelieve their pain but to also educate and restore their neck and back to a more flexible and stable state. This will then allow them to take part in the activities they enjoy and not limit them due to old age or pain.
Dr. Daryll Marshall-Inman uses a combination of chiropractic adjustments, spinal rehabilitation, strengthening exercises, and massage therapy to get quicker and longer lasting results. By combining the very best hands-on-technique, and providing the newest and best techniques your journey to good health is quick and effective.
- Mount Royal College, Calgary AB, Canada
- University Of Calgary, AB, Canada
- Palmer College of Chiropractic West
- Pettibon Institute Level 4 Practitioner
- National Board Certified
- Washington State Board Certified
- Pettibon Institute Certified
Memberships & Associations:
- Washington State Chiropractic Association
- American Chiropractic Association
- International Chiropractic Association
Dr. Yunjo Song
Dr. Song is dedicated to serving the community with a genuine heart for the patients and passion for chiropractic.
Dr. Song graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Iowa. Established in 1897 by D.D Palmer, the founder of chiropractic, Palmer College of Chiropractic is the first and largest chiropractic school. She has completed the Parts I, II, III, IV and Physical Therapy examinations of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners.
Dr. Song loves spending time with her family. She has fallen in love with Seattle, enjoying all the little perks of living in this beautiful city.
Dr. NJ received his PhD in Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic, Davenport IA. While a student, he received honors including Dean's List and International Student Scholar. While attending Palmer, he became an executive at the Palmer Gonstead Club, teaching other students, and served as president of the Palmer Korean Student Association.
Who would have thought that an active kid playing basketball, soccer and other sports would become a chiropractor from Korea to Iowa, Shanghai and Hawaii, Washington experiencing the wonders of chiropractic?
Dr. NJ is originally from Seoul, Korea. He has a B.S. degree in sports medicine from Kyunghee University. He became aware of the body's power to heal itself with chiropractic adjustments when he was in college. He couldn't stop thinking about chiropractic philosophy after graduating from college, so he decided to quit his job and join Palmer at Davenport IA. Since then, his life has turned into a chiropractic wonder.
After graduating from Palmer, he returned to Korea, studied physiotherapy at Eulji University in Korea, and worked at the Atlas Chiropractic Clinic in Seoul, South Korea, before moving to Shanghai, China and working as a foundational chiropractor for 2 year. Dr. NJ enjoyed working and learning in different countries, meeting people from different backgrounds and cultures. After returning to Hawaii, USA, he had served as a foundational chiropractor helping Hawaiians as a member of Cornerstone Chiropractic for 2 years and half. With those experiences Dr NJ is able to take care of a day old baby to a 90 years old grandma.
Now he is delighted to continue serving as a foundational chiropractor helping people in WA.
Dr. Evan Strahl
Dr. Evan Strahl comes to us from Grand Haven, Michigan where he was born and raised amongst a family that could always be found at the lake, at one of their sporting events, or hiking together in the woods. It was growing up in this active family alongside his equally competitive brother that he found his way into the traditional healthcare system for a vast array of injuries. One particular injury to his leg drastically impacted Evan’s life by putting a halt to several college sports recruiting opportunities. This injury was mishandled, and he was told he would never run or play sports again. Dr. Strahl didn’t like that prognosis and decided to take it on himself to change his own outcome and learn what was needed to help others in similar situations going forwards.
He began his education by completing a bachelor’s degree in Clinical Exercise Science through Grand Valley State University while concurrently completing the training to become a Personal Trainer through the NSCA. Once Evan graduated, he was asked to work as the strength and conditioning coach for his alma maters national champion football team.
While working for his alma mater Dr. Strahl also coached for a private sports performance institute under the tutelage of several world-renowned coaches and mentors. One of these mentors just set the record for the heaviest squat by anyone of all time only a few years after fully breaking his spine, the book,“Gift of Injury” written by Dr. Stuart Mcgill fully details this outstanding story.
The building that Dr.Strahl worked at also had a chiropractic office connected to it. He began to spend more and more time here as time progressed through picking their brains between sessions or during appointments for his own injuries. He was hooked and fascinated by their outlook on care.
These opportunities allowed him to gain lifetimes of training knowledge from some of the most respected professionals in the rehab, sports performance, nutrition and chiropractic fields.
The way the chiropractors described their healthcare system just made sense. It was true preventative care. They were getting into the picture and fixing many complex structural issues before serious symptoms were given a chance to present themselves. He fell in love with chiropractic and decided it was the career that best allowed the usage of his skill sets.
Dr. Strahl attended the “Fountain head of chiropractic” Palmer Chiropractic College where he continued to chase knowledge so that he could help guide his future patients. He was one of only a few students in the school selected to work in their rehabilitation department before graduating because of his advanced training. While working in the rehabilitation department and going to school Dr. Strahl decided to also take online classes through the NSCA which allowed him to receivethe credentials of a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, the most prestigious fitness certification. In addition to this he sought out advanced certifications in soft tissue therapy, Mckenzie protocol, Certificate in Applied Functional Science through the Gray Institute, Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist through the ISSA, Clinical NeuroscienceCertification, motion palpation institute, Assisted Release Technique, Instrument Assisted adjusting certification and advanced certifications in extremity adjusting.
Since being told he’d never run or play sports again