Trained in upper and lower extremity techniques, muscle and myofascial therapy, as well as injury and accident rehab and prevention
More than just a chiropractor…
I started my journey into health care as a high school student in the health careers academy and interning at a local chiropractic office. It was the first time I got to experience health care as a means to stay healthy instead of just waiting to get sick. This really made sense to me, and from that point on I knew what I was meant to do. I established a solid educational foundation at Chico State graduating with my B.S. in Kinesiology with emphasis in Exercise Physiology and went on to achieve my goal of becoming a doctor at Palmer College of Chiropractic, West in San Jose.
1. A fresh and thoughtful approach to chiropractic
Having been a member of chiropractic sports council, taken many extra classes, and traveling internationally to Fiji to provide chiropractic services to children, I am well versed in a multitude of techniques to improve the health of my patients. Whether it is to tailor to a specific condition, or just the comfort or preference of the patient, there are many ways for me to deliver a safe and effective treatment. I am not a “one size fits all” doctor, and for that reason every patient will receive individualized care and a care plan so that you are getting the correct type and amount of care.
2. Comfortable and cohesive care
Our patients are our number one priority, and for that reason I work closely with Dr. Max and the massage therapists to make sure there is a unified approach to our patients health. We try to educate our patients to better understand their own bodies and its needs so we can reach a point of you knowing when you need us, and not the other way around
3. A native to the East Bay Area
I make an effort to enjoy all this community has to offer, as well as give back to the places and people that shaped me. I am a lover of the outdoors, sports and everything water related. From snowboarding at least 20 days a year, to S.C.U.B.A. diving all over the world, and riding my motorcycle through every winding road I can find, I love to do it all. I use my experiences to relate to my patients, their conditions, and their goals for getting well.
4. The patient is in the driver’s seat
I am here to offer the best care possible, but at the end of the day, you are the boss. It is up to you to what extent you use our services, and results will always depend on how committed you are to getting and staying well.
Want to know more about Brad? Check out his websites at www.danvilledoc.com