“Dr. Hirst is an amazing doctor, and he has changed my life. I am no longer in pain, and am back to doing what I love. Spending time with family, i’m up and active. Highly Recommend.”
“Had an emergency with my back. 10/10. I was given an ice pack dying in the waiting room while one of the assistants helped me with my paperwork. I was taken care of immediately by Dr. Hirst. Amazing.. Despite how much pain I came in with, the adjustment felt SO good! This office is full of hospitality and professionalism. Would recommend to anyone. .”
Dr. Tim Hirst, D.C.
3570 S Val Vista Drive Suite 110
Gilbert, AZ 85297
Dr. Hirst’s First Experience with Patient Care
As a boy, Timothy Hirst grew up surrounded by farms in Idaho. At the age of 15, he was injured in an ATV accident and suffered from severe back pain. After several visits to his family’s chiropractor, the pain was completely gone. This experience led him to a life long interest in health care and a passion for helping people become completely rehabilitated.
Dr. Hirst’s Chiropractic Education and Experience
Completed his undergraduate studies at Brigham Young University.
Timothy Hirst graduated with his doctorate degree from Southern California University of Health Sciences.
This university is one of only 3 of the 18 Chiropractic Colleges in the United States that bear the distinction of “University of Health Sciences”. This means it is an evidence-based program rather than philosophy-based, as the majority of other schools offer.
After graduate school, Dr. Hirst worked at chiropractic clinics in Queen Creek and Chandler and then opened AZ Chiropractic in June of 2008.
He is certified in the Graston™ Technique and Physical Medicine Modalities and Therapeutic Procedures. As a result of continuing to learn, Dr. Hirst helps people with scar tissue and fascial restrictions to maintain an optimal range of motion. The Graston™ Technique is clinically proven to achieve faster and better outcomes for acute and chronic conditions such as Achilles Tendonitis, Carpal Tunnel, Adhesive Capsulitis, IT Band Syndrome, Lumbar Strain, and Plantar Fasciitis.