Meet Dr. Ted

Dr. Ted Marriott
Stay Well

Chiropractic Pasadena

Patients ask me why they should have chiropractic adjustments. My answer is simple: “Patients get chiropractic adjustments to keep their body healthy.” People depend on taking pain pills for relief which last only hours. But, pain pills have detrimental side effects and you have to continue taking them. By keeping your spine and nervous system adjusted properly you fine-tune the nervous system which keeps your body healthier. Adjustments become less frequent as your body adapts to postural changes that take place with care.

I am a native Californian and have been living in Pasadena for the past 20 years. I became achiropractic doctor in 1991 after getting a Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Biology from the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic (now SCUHS) in Whittier, CA.

As a teenager, my gymnastic coach encouraged me to see a chiropractor after I hurt my low back. Real relief came after I had chiropractic treatment. It worked great and I was so inspired; I wanted to become a chiropractor myself.

As an All-American winner and gymnastics champion, I knew the value of keeping my body “fine-tuned” without drugs. I feel my experience as an athlete, a gymnastic director, and coach gave me an incredible advantage when I became a doctor.

I have 4 specialties that are unique:

  1. Activator Method Chiropractic Technique
  2. Custom Foot Orthotics
  3. Trigenics
  4. Cold Laser Therapy

I hope to get the opportunity to meet you in person. I would like to see if I can help you too with safe and natural chiropractic care.

Contact me by using this link for further information .

Dr. Ted Marriott, D.C.,
Pasadena Chiropractor


  • Over 25 years experience as a chiropractic doctor
  • 12 years Advanced Proficiency using Activator Technique
  • 12 years Advanced Proficiency using Trigenics neuromuscular techniques

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