Receptionist Hours: Monday & Wednesday: 8:30am – 6:30pm Tuesday & Thursday: 8:30am-6:00pm Friday: 8:30am-3:00pm Saturday & Sunday: Closed
Our office will be Closed: December 24, 2020: Christmas Eve December 25, 2020: Christmas Day January 1, 2021: New Year’s Day
Spring break will be here before we know it. To help you plan ahead we wanted to note our office will be closed for Spring Break: April 6th-10th Call the office to secure an appointment before or after our week off. Appointments will book up quickly. Wishing you all a happy and healthy spring!
2020 will soon be here! We wanted to wish you all a New Year of great health and happiness. The office will be closed on New Year’s Day: Wednesday, January 1, 2020. We will see you in the New Year!
December is a busy month! We hope you take time to slow down and take care of yourself this holiday season. To help you plan ahead and help lesson your stress, we wanted to note of our office closure dates for the season. The office will close at 3pm on Christmas Eve and will be …
November is here! Our office will be closed on Thanksgiving Day November 28, 2019 and the day after November 29, 2019. Be sure to plan ahead if you need an appointment with one of our doctors. We hope you all have a wonderful holiday with family and friends!
Monday- Wednesday: 8:30am-7:00pm Thursday: 8:00am-5:00pm Friday: 8:30-6:30pm Saturday & Sunday: Closed
We do not have Saturday hours at this time, but we have later hours throughout the week to accommodate as many patients as possible.
By Dr. Perry Nickelston, DC, FMS, SFMA Stress is a part of life, and so is back pain. Ironically, stress is a leading cause of episodic back pain. Your body experiences a cascade of physiological responses during chronic stress setting the stage for injury. The human body is genetically programmed to respond to stressful situations by …
By J.C. Smith, MA, DC There’s an 80 percent chance you’ll suffer back pain during your lifetime, for which your medical doctor will likely recommend over-the-counter pain medication or prescription medication to relieve the pain temporarily. Depending on your doctor’s assessment and how you respond, they may even consider you a candidate for spine surgery …