Under communist scrutiny, 13-year-old Edward Komberg and his family flee Odesa, Ukraine and with the Soviet Union regime of 1972 Ukrainian influence. The family left Ukraine as religious refugees and traveled to America. They did not speak the language and left all their belongings but had the hope that a better life awaited them in the United States. They immigrated to Portland, Oregon, where his mother taught as a teacher, and his father worked at a factory. Many summers, in order to make money, he pick berries with his father at farms so they could support themselves more.
Dr. Edward Komberg worked diligently to provide him and his family a better life. At the age of 22, he moved to California to get his Chiropractic degree at Whittier College. After working many weekends and long hours, he was able to open up his first business in La Palma where his practice grew tremendously and was able to open up 2 more clinics. After working hard for all these years, he mainly enjoys spending time with his wife, three kids, his parents and his extended family. He always knew that no matter how hard he worked, he would always find time to spend time with his family that he cares and loves deeply for.