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Chiropractic

Using joint manipulation (focused primarily on the spine) along with therapeutic movement to strengthen or stretch, chiropractic care relieves the presence of pain and discomfort throughout the body while correcting the bad patterns created, responsible for causing the pain in the first place. This stabilizes and brings the body back to homeostasis. Our chiropractors are trained in a wide varie... Read More

Using joint manipulation (focused primarily on the spine) along with therapeutic movement to strengthen or stretch, chiropractic care relieves the presence of pain and discomfort throughout the body while correcting the bad patterns created, responsible for causing the pain in the first place. This stabilizes and brings the body back to homeostasis. Our chiropractors are trained in a wide variety of techniques, so each patient can receive individualized care to help reach their health goals in a way they are comfortable with. Issues include but are not limited to: low back pain, hip knee or ankle pain, mid back or shoulder pain, elbow and wrist pain, neck pain, headaches, ease with pregnancy, ROM and muscle imbalances, sprains and strains, injury and athletic rehab, athletic recovery, preventative care, pediatric care, geriatric care, and so much more.


Acupuncture

Acupuncture is an umbrella term used to used to refer to all Chinese medical techniques including: acupuncture (the use of fine needles to alleviate pain and relieve various physical, mental, and emotional conditions), herbalism, fire cupping, moxibustion, and massage. Acupuncture treats a wide variety of issues including: musculoskeletal pain, hormonal regulation, fertility, stress and anxiety... Read More

Acupuncture is an umbrella term used to used to refer to all Chinese medical techniques including: acupuncture (the use of fine needles to alleviate pain and relieve various physical, mental, and emotional conditions), herbalism, fire cupping, moxibustion, and massage. Acupuncture treats a wide variety of issues including: musculoskeletal pain, hormonal regulation, fertility, stress and anxiety, addiction, TBI, and much more. Please contact us with any questions to see if acupuncture is right for you.


Naturopathic Medicine

Naturopathic medicine is a specialized system of primary health care that emphasizes prevention and the self-healing process through the use of natural therapies, such as supplements, homeopathic remedies, lifestyle changes, blood and lab testing, and massage. Naturopathy works in all aspects of health — from pediatric to geriatric care, to nutrition and dermatology. Please reach out with any q... Read More

Naturopathic medicine is a specialized system of primary health care that emphasizes prevention and the self-healing process through the use of natural therapies, such as supplements, homeopathic remedies, lifestyle changes, blood and lab testing, and massage. Naturopathy works in all aspects of health — from pediatric to geriatric care, to nutrition and dermatology. Please reach out with any questions about it naturopathy is right for you!


Massage Therapy

Promoting health and relaxation, as well as a more functional body, through the focus of releasing tension and adhesions from sore, tight muscles.


Private Yoga

A private one-on-one yoga session, focusing on the specific needs and wants of the student. Styles offered include Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin, Restorative or Yoga Therapy. All instructors have been thoroughly trained by the owner of our yoga school. We have yoga instructors on staff with doctorates in chiropractic, physical therapy, and acupuncture, if you wish to have one of our doctors sequence and ... Read More

A private one-on-one yoga session, focusing on the specific needs and wants of the student. Styles offered include Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin, Restorative or Yoga Therapy. All instructors have been thoroughly trained by the owner of our yoga school. We have yoga instructors on staff with doctorates in chiropractic, physical therapy, and acupuncture, if you wish to have one of our doctors sequence and teach your class please call our office to request at 858.285.5602


Cupping Therapy

Cupping therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. People get it for many purposes, including to help with pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation and well-being, and as a type of deep-tissue massage


Physical Therapy


Paddleboard Yoga


Microneedling

Micro needling is a cosmetic procedure that involves pricking the skin with very short, fine needles. These needles create a micro trauma which activates your body’s natural healing response to produce collagen and elastin (the proteins that make up your skin). This makes your skin look and feel tighter and smoother, and it increases absorption of topical serums. Micro needling can be use... Read More

Micro needling is a cosmetic procedure that involves pricking the skin with very short, fine needles. These needles create a micro trauma which activates your body’s natural healing response to produce collagen and elastin (the proteins that make up your skin). This makes your skin look and feel tighter and smoother, and it increases absorption of topical serums.

Micro needling can be used to treat wrinkles, age spots, scars, acne, stretch marks, hair growth and generally even out your skin tone without any painful surgery or injections.

It is important to know that treatments are cumulative, you may likely see some results after your first session, but you should plan on having at least 4 treatments to see significant results. Unlike botox which temporarily paralyzes the facial muscles, micro needling improves blood flow and increases thickness and elasticity in your skin and it is a great natural alternative.


Facilitated Stretching


Craniosacral


B12 Injections


Ultrasonic Cavitation

Ultrasonic cavitation is a cosmetic procedure that used to break apart fat deposits, tighten skin and reduce wrinkles and blemishes.

Owner, Chiropactor, Soft Tissue Specialist & Registered Yoga Instructor

Dr. Austin received her doctorate in chiropractic from Palmer West Chiropractic College in San Jose, CA and her BS in kinesiology with a minor in psychology from San Diego State University. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, she is excited to be back in beautiful San Diego.

She has experience in many chiropractic and soft tissue techniques including injury and post-surgical rehabilitation, pre-natal care, Graston/ Gua Sha, massage, Active Release Technique, trigger point therapy, sacro-occipital technique, RockTape and kinesiotaping, and extremity adjusting.

Dr. Austin believes chiropractic is more than simply adjusting the body. Using functional stretches and exercises, and working with the soft tissue as well as the joints, she takes a full body approach to wellness and pain management in order to treat the root of the problem. By blending structural balance, nutrition, and exercise, she works to reach you health goals.d

Owner, Chiropactor, Soft Tissue Specialist & Registered Yoga Instructor Dr. Austin received ... Read More

Jackie is a native New Yorker who graduated from the University of Miami in 2007 with a Bachelor of Business Administration. She spent several years working in the snowboard industry during winters and the water sports industry during the summers. After coming to San Diego in 2015 to obtain her yoga teacher certification she embarked on a journey into the wellness field. In 2020 Jackie earned her Master of Science and Doctorate of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine from Pacific College of Health and Science (PCHS, formerly PCOM).

Jackie completed internships at the PCHS clinic and the specialty clinic for Veterans, active-duty military, and their family members. She electively studied Japanese style Acupuncture based on the teachings of Kiiko Matsumoto. She now specializes in mental health, women’s health, acute and chronic pain management, digestive health, cupping therapy, oriental massage, and herbal medicine. Jackie has also been trained in cosmetic acupuncture.

Jackie is committed to her patients and believes strongly that the relationship between patient and practitioner requires an effort on both parts. She is passionate about empowering her clients to be involved in the process of achieving their optimal wellness goals through self-awareness and self-care practices. She believes that acupuncture can be an extremely effective treatment on its own, but she sees the future of healthcare progressing to a state of integration of Eastern and conventional Western medicine.

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Dr. Jennifer has been practicing in the field of manual therapy for more than ten years. She started her journey at the “Institut Dauphine D’Ostéopathie” in Paris (France), where she studied for five years and graduated as a Licensed Osteopath practitioner. During her time there, she interned as the primary provider for an adult rugby team.

In 2014, she moved to the United States and attended Life Chiropractic College West in the Bay area. She graduated with honors and received her doctorate in chiropractic in 2020.

As a result of her diverse background, Dr. Jennifer is proficient in adjusting techniques of the spine and extremities, myofascial therapy, craniosacral therapy, cranial therapy, and visceral techniques. She also specializes in athletes, TMJ disorders & at risk adults who require a gentle release.

Dr. Jennifer believes in addressing the root cause of a patient’s health problems by analyzing posture, kinetic muscle chains, neurosensory organs, and proprioception. Her goal is to get you back on your feet as efficiently and permanently as possible.

Dr. Jennifer has been practicing in the field of manual therapy for more than ten years. She star... Read More

Dr. Michelle is a San Diego native and received her Bachelor in Kinesiology, as well as her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from San Diego State University. She is very active and loves the outdoors. Her unique style blends an individualized whole body approach including manual massage therapy, therapeutic exercise, pre- and post injury therapy, neurological rehab, sports rehab, chronic pain management, and more. Dr. Michelle addresses to treat the root cause of the problem and to enhance function as opposed to just treating symptoms. We’ve been given this one, amazing, beautiful, molding body to work with and it is her intention to help you move within it and create something amazing.

She has experience in many physical therapy treatment approaches including return to work, geriatric care, injury prevention, post-surgical rehabilitation, applied functional science, balance/vestibular training, Graston/Gua Sha, trigger point release, cupping, RockTape/ kinesiotaping, Parkinson’s rehab, lymphedema management, strength and conditioning, return to sport, soft tissue massage, gait training, and more.

Dr. Michelle is a San Diego native and received her Bachelor in Kinesiology, as well as her Docto... Read More

Sarah, a licensed Holistic Health Practitioner and Massage Therapist, makes sure her clients leave feeling their absolute best.

She knows what it’s like to help clients not only feel good but look good. As a licensed Barber and Cosmetologist, Sarah spent more than six years in the salon and spa industry.

A San Diego native, Sarah traveled the world while serving in the U.S. Air Force as an aviation technician. Leaving the military and readjusting to civilian life opened her eyes to her deep passion for helping others.

Sarah’s massage style is fluid with a therapeutic and restorative approach. She enjoys providing relaxing treatments with the intention of treating physical pain by correcting a client’s posture. Her favorite techniques include sending a client into a blissful state during a head and neck treatment often providing relief from headaches.

Her specialties include trigger point therapy, hot stone, deep tissue, prenatal and Swedish massage. She also loves treating hip and lower body dysfunctions through orthopedic techniques and cupping therapy.

While relaxation and comfort are her top goals for each session, she also aims to leave a positive impact on the client’s health by enhancing their wellness journey.

Sarah believes that massage doesn’t have to hurt to be effective. Her gentle approach will give you just the right amount of pressure so you can find relief.

When she’s not working on a client’s aches and pains, you can find her examining the cosmos or loving on her two dogs, Ziggy Star Dust and Zöe Moon Beam.💛

Sarah, a licensed Holistic Health Practitioner and Massage Therapist, makes sure her clients leav... Read More

Dr. Amy found her passion for helping others achieve optimal wellness after years of struggling through her own chronic disease. When she was only 14, she was diagnosed with autoimmune disease that would be treated (unsuccessfully) for several years and multiple rounds of heavy pharmaceutical agents. It was only after discovering the role of food as medicine that she began to discover the true healing powers of nature. Dr. Amy strives to empower all individuals achieve this same innate healing wisdom of the body using effective, personalized interventions. Dr. Amy believes that true health is not just the absence of disease, but rather the attainment of balance. To her, optimal wellness takes the shape of resilience to life’s circumstances, laughter, curiosity, and kindness.

Dr. Amy completed her undergraduate degree at the University of South Carolina where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Public Health, and a minor in the Spanish language. She went on to complete a four-year CNME accredited naturopathic program at the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon, as well as a residency at the largest integrative medical clinic in the Southeast that specializes in functional medicine and chronic disease.

Dr. Amy holds an active naturopathic medical license in both California and Oregon and is also a Certified Nutrition Specialist (CNS) through the American Nutrition Association. She has extensive training in biochemistry, anatomy, and physiology, as well as botanical and nutritional medicine, hydrotherapy, physical medicine, and pharmacology. She has additional qualifications in homeopathy, cranial sacral therapy, and pelvic floor therapy. She is also a certified yoga instructor (RYT-200) and former competitive athlete; she thus has a strong emphasis on movement as medicine.

In her spare time, Dr. Amy can be found traveling, spending time with loved ones, doing yoga, playing with her new puppy, or reading. She is excited to join you on your healing journey!

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