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Jul 31, 2017

Meet Dr. Dan Pompa,

The people of Africa have a saying that before one can have authority, one must first experience victory. Having battled and emerged victorious over a debilitating battle with chronic fatigue syndrome, Dr. Daniel Pompa, PSc.D, has embraced his God-given mission to assist others who face similar challenges.

Dr. Pompa completed his undergraduate education at the University of Pittsburgh in 1988 and earned his Doctor of Chiropractic degree at Life University’s College of Chiropractic in Marietta, Georgia in 1995 where he graduated second in a class of 150. His journey back to health continued to lead him to a voracious passion to research and learning beyond what is often readily understood.

He and his wife Merily live in Park City, Utah with their 5 children and avidly bike, ski and enjoy every day in their next chapter of life after moving from their hometown of Pittsburgh, PA in 2012. Their passion for leading others to what they have learned as well as their trust in God drives their journey.

Even though Dr. Pompa no longer practices chiropractic, his understanding of cellular healing and his “5R Principles” as the “roadmap” to healing has lead to many requests to be a speaker at large chiropractic seminars to hundreds of professionals who learn of his detoxification program for neurotoxic conditions and other unexplainable illnesses. In 2004, spiritual leaders and health care practitioners hosted Dr. Pompa’s teachings on health and healing principles and the dangerous misuse of western medicine in Zimbabwe, South Africa.

Dr. Pompa has established his coaching and teaching on a firm and proven conviction that the crisis of modern-day allopathic medicine is the sad result of physicians chasing symptoms with medication rather than addressing the root cause of disease. This even occurs within functional medicine.  His approach to getting to the “upstream cause” is what separates him from others in allopathic as well as functional medicine. His clients receive coaching based on the fact that God created the human body with the ability to heal itself when interferences such as heavy metal toxicity, poor nutrition, and subluxations (whether physical, emotional or chemical) are removed.

Dr. Pompa is a walking testimony of the body’s amazing aptitude for healing itself. Following the debilitating effects of a three-year battle against chronic fatigue syndrome, his deteriorating health manifested in anxiety, insomnia, brain fog, panic attacks, nervousness, auditory and chemical sensitivities, mood swings, irritability, irrational anger, severe gastro-intestinal disturbances, blisters, dizziness, unusual sounds and ringing in his ears, and twitching facial muscles. Death seemed a better alternative, but God had other plans. The doctor’s illness, and his eventual command over it, led him to a deeper faith in God and made him a better husband, a better father, and a better doctor. Truly, God does “work all things for good for those who love Him and who are called according to His purpose” (Romans 8:28). In the doctor’s own words: “Just like the clients God sends me, I know what it’s like to suffer.”

His faith, personal victories over disease, and years of extensive research have enabled Dr. Pompa to help others suffering from chronic diseases such as chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, autism, sensory integration disorders, and other neurotoxic conditions.

The most rewarding aspects of his career are the walking miracles seen in his office each day, the lives changed, and the minds renewed to God-guided principles of health and healing.

For Dr. Pompa it is his way of honoring God with his restored life bringing health and healing to others: “Blessed be God, even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies, and the God of all comfort; Who comforts us in all our tribulation, so that we may be able to comfort them who are in any trouble, by the same comfort with which ourselves are comforted by God” (2 Corinthians 1:3, 4).

 

www.DrPompa.com

 

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