Gerly Truuväärt has graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic (2007) with BSc in general science and Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Additionally, Gerly Truuväärt has studied Traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (2002) and graduated from Chicago School of Clinical Massage Therapy (2000). Gerly believes that life-long learning is important and thus often takes part in relevant seminars and trainings, and she has in-depth knowledge about children’s attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder, nutrition, and assessing infants and toddlers. Gerly Truuväärt is an expert in functional neurology. As a doctor of chiropractic, her interests are in pregnancy, postnatal care, and supporting the development of children. She believes in offering high-quality and personalised chiropractic therapy similar to what is offered throughout the world.
The most important thing I have to offer Estonians is high-quality personal chiropractic the way it's accepted in the rest of the world. I have worked as a chiropractor in the USA, Italy and now Estonia. In 2007, I graduated from the Palmer College of Chiropractic in the USA with a PhD. I had the honour of being the first Estonian to carry the flag to the stage of the mecca of chiropractic, which is what Palmer College is known as in the world of chiropractic. It is where chiropractic started in the form it's known today. Being a doctor means teaching and sharing your knowledge in such a way that every individual can make the right decisions for themselves and their close ones based on that knowledge. Our duty is to share our knowledge and skills as well as we can; to this end, we have to keep educating ourselves in this constantly changing world.