Dennis Ngai, D.C.


“Hello, this is Dr. Dennis Ngai. I am the founder and one of the owners of Daly City Chiropractic Center. I was introduced to the wonders of chiropractic by the school counsellor during my pre-med years. Through a major car accident, I got to experience the healing power of chiropractic first hand. Since this experience, I fell in love with the chiropractic art and philosophy. My new found passion led to my successful graduation in 1997 at Life West College. In 2001, I along with the support of friends and family opened the door to Daly City Chiropractic Center.”

Victor Shu, D.C.


“Hi there! My name is Dr. Victor Shu. I graduated with top honors from Palmer College of Chiropractic West in 2002, and soon after began practicing Chiropractic.

As a teenager, I often experienced extreme back pain, which my family doctor labeled as ‘normal growing pains.’ It was not until college that I realized my pain was not normal and I began researching alternative medicines and therapies. A breakthrough happened when I visited a chiropractor, and experienced major improvement in my pain after only two sessions. That was the spark that ignited my passion for chiropractic care.

When I am not helping patients, I enjoy spending time outdoors, exercising, and volunteering in the community. I possess a strong passion for classical music, and I often give private piano recitals.”

Nora Bautista

Office Manager


“Hello there! My name is Nora and I am the Office Manager of Daly City Chiropractic Center, where I ensure the daily operations run smoothly. I am also a massage therapist, graduated 2013 in National Holistic Institute as a certified massage therapist and health educator.

My passion is in Animal Rescue. I volunteer at animal shelters on my spare time. I plan on opening up a sanctuary when I retire to foster senior dogs to live out the rest of their lives in a loving environment and caring people.

My interests include: sports, basketball, football an baseball. I also enjoy traveling and dining out at different restaurants. ”


Chiropractic Assistant

“Hi! I am Nate. I am a young and friendly individual who was born and raised in Daly City, California. I graduated from the massage therapy program at the National Holistic Institute in March 2014. I am licensed by the State of CA to perform massage therapy. I also bring my enthusiasm and experience into my practice and offer a therapeutic massage blending swedish massage with acupressure and connective tissue techniques. I intentionally create a massage that will suit your specific needs.

On my spare time, I enjoy working out, playing basketball, and hanging out with friends and family.”

Specialize in: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Acupressure, Sports Massage


Jack Chang, L.Ac


“My name is Jack. I am a Licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist, specializing in the Master Tung’s Acupuncture System (as taught by Dr. Robert Chu) in which I effectively treat pain, neuromusculoskeletal disorders, and a wide variety of internal diseases.

In 2008, I graduated from American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco with a Master of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine. I had also studied the Zheng Gu Tui Na system of massage/physiotherapy under Dr. Long, Chen Hua from Guang Zhou, China.

I am currently a faculty member at Five Branches University teaching Qi Gong I & II to students.”

Albert Chen, C.M.T

Massage Therapist

“Hi there, my name is Albert. I am a China native who brings a diversity of life experience to my work as a massage therapist. In  2013, I graduated from the World School of Massage And Holistic Arts College for the Massage Therapy program and became a Licensed Massage Therapist here in California. Since then, I worked in several medical clinics and spas, and had worked with numerous patients, improving well-being of those suffering from chronic pain in San Francisco Bay Area.”

Specialize in: Sports Massage, Swedish, Deep Tissue, Acupressure, Foot Reflexology

Jason Liang, C.M.T

Massage Therapist

“My name is Jason. I was born and raised in Guan Xi, China. It was there where I became passionate about the human well-being. Growing up, I was also a sports fanatic. It was during my sports trainings that I discovered how powerful a body could be depending on how one educated the body and gave the freedom to move.

My experiences and understanding of the body led me to look for ways to bring balance and optimal health to the body, which was a journey that brought meself to the United States to deepen his studies. In the US, I became a full-time licensed massage therapist in 2011, graduated from Academy of Chinese Culture & Health Science, and had worked with some very famous Chinese Medicine Practitioners in the bay area.”

Specialize in: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Acupressure, Foot Massage