While a student, David Singer was in a serious automobile accident. It was through chiropractic care that his injuries were handled, allowing him to lead a normal life. This experience changed his life and led him to decide to become a chiropractor.
In his first year of practice, Dr. Singer was seeing over 100 patients per day. Within the first eight years of practice, he was dubbed "Master of New Patients" by his peers, and was averaging over 150 new patients per month, despite the advertising limitations in his state.
By his third year in practice, Dr. Singer became President of the New Jersey Chiropractic Research Foundation, and a teacher for Parker Seminars. The following year (1976), he was voted "Chiropractor of the Year" by the 2,000 members of the Parker Chiropractic Research Foundation, the youngest person to ever receive this highly respected award.
In the same year, the Jaycees voted him "Outstanding Young Man of America." In 1978, he also received the "Distinguished Service Award" from the New Jersey Chiropractic Society.
In 1999, Dr. Singer won the prestigious “Chiropractor of the Year” award for having the most impact on the economics of the Chiropractic profession, from Chiropractics Economics magazine.
In 2002, he received The Parker Centurion Award for his dedication to the Chiropractic profession and attendance record of 100 Parker seminars.
Dr. Singer founded his consulting company in 1981. Since that time, his company has twice won the prestigious INC. Magazine's Top 100 Fastest Growing Companies Award. Dr. Singer is currently on the advisory board for both In Practice magazine and The American Chiropractor. Dr. Singer's hands-on seminar program, the Singer System of Practice Success, is about achieving one's goals in a fun, non-stressful manner and includes 107 techniques for accomplishing this.
Dr. Singer's unique ideas, enthusiastic feeling, humor, and ability to simplify the most complex subjects have made him one of the most sought after speakers in North America. One of his major goals is to see that chiropractic has the greatest impact possible in society.