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Our mission is to raise the standards of chiropractic care and bring awareness of this form of natural health care for all. We are committed in delivering specific and safe chiropractic adjustments, to restore the optimal function of the nervous system, the spine and the body. You can expect to reach your full potential in true well-being as your body’s innate ability to heal itself rises to your optimal potential. Our approach is of a holistic one, where life style changes must be made with nutrition and exercise in conjunction with chiropractic care. We strongly believe in treating the cause of disease, rather than just the superficial symptoms. In the Gonstead Chiropractic Method, we are confident in efficiently locating and specifically correcting the subluxations , a condition of the spine, which is caused by physical, emotional and chemical stresses. Additionally, we use whole food supplementation by Standard Process®.Dr. Rhee exclusively uses the Gonstead Chiropractic System, which continues to yield tremendous results for our patients. This chiropractic technique is a natural method of healthcare that exceeds the use of drugs or surgery; and in contrast, the use of specific spinal adjustments, rehabilitation and nutrition are used as a complete approach to our patients health care. The focus is on addressing the causes, rather than just the symptoms and pain. With an optimally functioning spine, nervous system, and a healthy lifestyle, your body is better able to heal itself.Dr. Rhee received her Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) from Southern California University of Health Sciences. She has a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Biological Sciences from University of California, Santa Barbara.
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