While in the Marines, Aron Ferguson had a neck injury that continued to bother him for a number of years. One day, a co worker suggested he check out a chiropractor. After having a bad experience, Aron went to another chiropractor and had a much better experience that not only led to a decrease in his pain, but also sparked an interest in the industry. Aron is now a chiropractor with Synergy Chiropractic, where he takes a different approach to chiropractic care that involves innovative soft-tissue treatments in the form of Active Release Techniques (A.R.T.), research-based rehabilitation protocols and advanced chiropractic manipulative techniques all under one roof.
Tell us a little about your family. – I’m married to my gorgeous wife Amy who is an Account Executive at Thought District, and we have a beautiful little girl named Norah who is constantly busy being adorable. My parents still live in North Platte where I grew up. My Dad has retired from his appliance repair business and my Mom is counting the days until she can retire as the Post Master in Maxwell, NE. I am the youngest of three kids of which I am by far the coolest. My wives family is all here in Lincoln so we’re lucky to get to see them often.
What do you see as one of the biggest turning points in your life? – The birth of my daughter was by far the biggest and best turning point in my life. Every day since has been an amazing adventure and she makes each and every day a good one just by smiling.
What is your favorite thing to do on a day off? – Spending time with my wife and daughter is always nice. But I’d be lying if I said there wasn’t a football game on in the back ground…….I’m kind of a sports junkie.
What is the most unique or interesting thing about you that most people probably don’t know? – I was among the first Marines to go into Afghanistan after 9/11. We took over an airfield and secured it for a troop and supply insertion point.
What are you the most proud of? – Hands down it would be my family. They’ve made, and continue to make me who I am today and I would have nothing if I didn’t have them.
What is the best piece of advice you’ve ever received? – Do what you love for a career and you’ll never work a day in your life.
What is the one goal you would most like to accomplish? – I have a lot of professional goals but one personal goal I have is to break 80 on the golf course. One day I’ll have enough time to make that happen.
What is your greatest talent that you don’t utilize in your daily work life? – I’m a dancing fool! I love to dance all different styles and when given the chance I’ll break it down. Pretty sure patients don’t pay to see me dance so I stick to chiropractic when I’m in the office
Which talent would you most like to have? – I have rhythm but it doesn’t translate into musical talent. I can’t sign or play any musical instrument. So I guess that would be a good one.
If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be? – I would not be near the procrastinator that I currently am.
What is your favorite book or the last good book you read? – I always liked reading Jack Kerouac’s work, On the Road, Big Sur
What is your favorite TV show? – If you asked my wife she would say Sports Center.