Dr. Tron Malachowski, DC
Dr. Tron Malachowski graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, and then enrolled in the Kale TIC Institute for postgraduate studies in Upper Cervical Specific chiropractic. There Dr. Tron studied directly under Dr. B.J. Kale, the son and legacy of Dr. Michael U. Kale, a master practitioner of specific chiropractic.
In order to better serve his community, Dr. Tron unveiled his signature liveWELL program. Through this effort, Dr. Tron has helped the state of South Carolina lose a combined weight of over 2000 lbs, as well as benefit from improved lab work, decreased blood pressure, and decreased depression. Currently Dr. Tron is embarking on his 3rd research study on Parkinson's disease, which is projected to gain international publication. Dr. Tron also serves as a member of the Upper Cervical Council and an active member of the Delta Sigm Chi Alumni Association.
Dr. Tron's service to his community and profession began years prior to becoming a chiropractor. He graduated with honors from Widener University in Pennsylvania, where he played champion football and became a Certified Professional Trainer. During his time at Palmer College of Chiropractic, Dr. Tron became involved in various clubs and organizations on campus, including presiding over Delta Sigma Chi, an international professional fraternity, and serving as a radiology intern, teaching assistant and writer for the student newspaper.
Additionally, Dr. Tron has serves his community as a volunteer for Children in Crisis, is an active member of New Day Community Church, is a member of the Dorchester Chamber of Commerce, and SCORE. His past community involvement includes being: Assistant Varsity Football coach to the Faith Knights, President of his local Azalea Referral Group, and board member of Virginia College. He lives in Summerville, SC with his wife Erica, and daughters, Sofia and Selice.