Dr. David Labrana
Techniques I Use: Diversified Adjusting, Extremity Adjusting, Network Spinal Analysis, Flexion/Distraction Decompression, Drop Table Technique, Postural Analysis, Myofascial Release Technique, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization.
About My Practice: My practice focuses and educates the patient on the cause of pain, stiffness and dysfunction of the body. I work with the nervous system. I fix misalignments of the spinal vertebrae that impinge on the spinal nerves, which allows the body to restore back to health and reach its full potential.
About me: I graduated from the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 2017 and moved to San Diego in 2019. I found my passion helping people bring their health back to normal. When I am not practicing in the office I find exciting ways to stay active, including bike riding, hiking and surfing. I feel so blessed to live here in San Diego, being able to relax in the mountains or down at the beach.
Dr. Roxy Rodriguez
Techniques I Use: Diversified adjusting, drop table adjusting, extremity adjusting, activator, myofascial release, functional movement correction, and family care.
About My Practice: My holistic practice is rooted in acknowledging and respecting each individual’s experiences and taking those into account when starting care. I strive to educate each individual in order to get them aware of their body and take ownership of their health so they too can be an active participant in the healing process.
Working with anyone from kids to parents to athletes of all types, my goal is always to get to the source of the problem and elevate my patients overall quality of life.
About me: I went to the University of Alabama for my Bachelors in Exercise Science and have a slight obsession with Alabama football so “Roll Tide” is a part of my vocabulary! I’m a beach bum at heart and will be in the sun any chance I get. After being a competitive gymnast for 14 years, living an active lifestyle is a huge part of my life so Olympic Lifting and Crossfit have kept me fit and healthy for the past 7 years.
Dr. Jeff Geil
Techniques I Use: Diversified adjustments to the spine and extremities, active and passive myofascial release, trigger point therapy, along with some activator and drop table.
About My Practice: Wrist Pain? Headaches? I concentrate on bringing Relief and increased Mobility with every visit. Long Term benefits will be experienced with regular visits. Building trust is a key element, and we must feel comfortable with each other as we work out more stubborn restrictions.
About me: Native San Diegan. I attended Kearny High School and UCSD. I enjoy time at the beach, sports, hiking, camping, snow skiing and world travel.
Additional Languages: Spanish
Dr Trevor Wendell
Techniques I Use: Diversified adjusting, Active Release Techniques, myofascial release, corrective exercise, injury rehabilitation, strength coaching
About My Practice: My approach to chiropractic combines 15 years of experience as a sports massage therapist, personal trainer, and strength coach.
About Me: I enjoy playing basketball, trail-running throughout San Diego, playing guitar, and spending quality time with my wife and kids.
Additional Languages: Spanish
Dr. Martin Olsen
Techniques I Use: Diversified Spine and Extremity adjusting, deep tissue work, myofascial release, instrument assisted soft-tissue work, PNF, Functional Medicine, Pediatric care.
About My Practice: Playing collegiate soccer at UC Santa Barbara came with a fair share of injuries which were remedied by a great Chiropractor in SB who inspired me to follow chiropractic as a career path! I’ve been based in San Diego for the past 28 years treating injuries, speeding up the recovery process, and focusing on prevention. Help me help you be your best version of yourself.
Typical visit begins with a hands-on spine and muscular assessment which will prepare you for your adjustment. Progressive stretches and exercises will be recommended based on what you need, so get ready!
About me: Born in San Diego, played soccer and karate, UCSB Grad in Physiological Psychology (Body & Mind need balance). Practiced previously in Beverly Hills, New York City and New Jersey. Very fortunate to have a wonderful Wife & 3 Kids (They grow up fast!) who support me. I enjoy food, music, sports and laughter— they say “A smile is a curve that sets everything straight!”
Additional Languages: Spanish
Dr. Paul Thenard
Techniques I Use: Diversified adjusting, drop table adjusting, extremity adjusting, myofascial release, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF) stretching, instrument assisted soft tissue manipulation, therapeutic exercises.
About My Practice: I like to see each patient as a puzzle, because I enjoy working with them to piece together their cause(s) of discomfort and then being able to look at the whole picture to create a tailored treatment plan for them both inside and outside of the office. My goal is to provide the best possible care to my patients by using a holistic approach to get to the root of the issue(s) for them. While each patient will have a different reason for coming in, I truly believe that everyone can benefit from chiropractic work and look forward to providing that to the San Diego community.
About Me: A born and bred Southern Californian, I graduated from CSU Long Beach with a degree in Kinesiology. After four hectic years of being a student athlete there (pole vaulting) and just under four years of graduate school, I am enjoying more of the slow life now. I love growing food (gardener), fishkeeping (aquarist), and playing fetch with our enthusiastic pooch (half German Shepherd, half Labrador Retriever), LunaBear, at the dog park.
Dr. Bradley Fitzgerald
Techniques I Use:Diversified adjusting, extremity adjusting, myofascial release, instrument assisted soft tissue manipulation, activator adjusting, therapeutic exercises, soft tissue therapy
About My Practice:I strive to provide holistic care and go after the root of the problem rather than simply treating the symptoms. I fell in love with chiropractic after numerous personal trips growing up from a variety of different sports injuries. I specialize in treating injuries ranging from sport-specific to everyday problems.
About Me: I live and breathe all things sports from watching to playing, and in my free time I enjoy escaping up to the mountains to snowboard on my day off or checking out the new local brewery.
Dr. Vennes Su
Techniques I Use:Diversified adjusting, Activator, drop table, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF) stretching, myofascial release, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM), therapeutic rehabilitation and corrective exercises.
About My Practice: I use a holistic approach to help my patients reduce their pain and discomfort. Having the ability to see my patients as a whole allows me to develop a treatment plan specifically to their needs. My goal is to help all my patients achieve their health goal to enhance their quality of life. What motivates me every morning to get out of bed is the joy in seeing my patients progressively improve and take control of their health. I feel very fortunate to be a part of their recovery journey. .
About Me: A passion of mine is to learn new ways to strengthen my mind, whether it’s by watching inspirational videos or listening to podcasts. I am a strong believer of being a student for life, always striving to learn as much as possible to provide better care to my patients. In my spare time I love to cook, bake, garden, run, read, listen to music, and spending quality time with my family and friends. A motto that I live by is to be better than the person I was yesterday.
Additional Languages: Cantonese
Dr. Greg Rothstein
Techniques I Use: Diversified adjusting, functional assessing, ART and passive techniques, PNF joint stabilization, NIMMO muscle techniques, personalized stretches and exercises as needed.
About My Practice: My background is in treating, but not limited to: low back pain, cervical pain, headaches, whiplash, rotator cuff issues, carpal tunnel, epicondylitis, sciatic, gait issues, and sports coordinating. I adjust the limiting nature of upper and lower cross syndromes and consider the reciprocal inhibition approach to balance and minimize effects of associated injuries. Warning: Treatments may improve your posture!
About Me: Originally from San Diego, I lived in the Huntington and Newport Beach area where I practiced in and around the pro surf tour, The X Games, and competitive swimming. Now I’m in San Diego raising a youngster and enjoying general and family practice. Ive also enjoyed cooking recently.
Dr. Kerri Domingo
Techniques I Use: Diversified adjusting, extremity adjusting, drop table, instrument adjusting, myofascial release, instrument assisted soft tissue work, corrective exercises, and stretching.
About My Practice: As a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician, I have training in sports medicine teaching athletes to use their body in a way that lowers the risk of injury and increases their performance. I’m also a former massage therapist, so I like to focus on treating not only the joints but working on the muscles that are causing functional decreases. My goal is to get my patients back to doing the activities they love to do. I teach patients simple stretching protocols and stabilization exercises to prevent future injuries.
About Me: I am San Diego born and raised. I’m a huge Padres fan and a reluctant Chargers fan. In my free time, I like floating in my pool, cooking, catching up with friends, and FaceTiming with my adorable nephew.
Techniques I Use: Diversified adjusting, drop table, extremity adjusting, spring loaded instrument adjusting, functional nutrition, prenatal care, corrective exercises, biomechanics education, and soft tissue therapy.
About My Practice: My ultimate goal is for you to feel heard and know that you are in a safe space. I love chiropractic because we are taught to look at the body as a whole instead of simply chasing symptoms. I understand that everything is connected, and I strive to connect with you to get to the root cause of your issue. I am in the process of completing my applied clinical nutritionist certification because I feel it is important to pair chiropractic adjustments with nutritional support. I was the chiropractic intern for the Women’s Universal Basketball Association in the Bay Area and love working with athletes!
About Me: I grew up in Southern Indiana, and moved to Chicago to play tennis during undergrad. Chicago was my home for 8 years and you can find me cheering on the Cubs, Blackhawks, Bears, and Bulls any day. In my free time I love to play guitar, try out new breweries and restaurants, hit up a spin or yoga class, watch sports, read on the beach, and explore San Diego with my girlfriend.
Dr. Paul Peterson
Techniques I Use: Diversified adjusting, drop table, myofascial release, PNF stretching, functional medicine, functional neurology, whiplash rehabilitation, prenatal care.
About My Practice: My practice is heavily influenced by my own experiences. I had 2 hip replacements by age 22. After years of compensation and continued limitation I started chiropractic care as a patient. Totally changed my life in 6 months and I decided to make it a career out if it.
A standard session with me utilizes adjusting, muscle work and/or stretching, and probably some dry humor. Specialties in hip issues and joint rehab & TMJ. I enjoy working w/ runners, cross-fitters, & weekend warriors. Also a Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist and enjoy working w/ concussion and chronic pain.
About Me: I enjoy backpacking, doing yoga, being in the ocean, traveling abroad, and being a “foodie.”
Additional Languages: Spanish
DR. ERIC BENDER
Techniques I Use: Diversified adjusting, extremity adjusting, myofascial release, instrument assisted soft tissue work, corrective exercises, biomechanics education. therapeutic exercises and various types of soft tissue therapy.
About My Practice: I like to get to the root of your issue and bring relief. I’m also Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician. I have training in sports medicine teaching athletes to use their body in a way that lowers the risk of injury and increases their performance.
Visits in his office are generally more comprehensive than with most other physicians, and he always gives patients the time they need to get a complete adjustment, soft tissue therapy, and training on how to correct posture and poor movement habits.
About Me: I’m a huge baseball fan, and happiest when spending the afternoon at a Padres game. I’m a native Californian and SDSU grad. I enjoy being outdoors, traveling, cooking, and spending time with my family and friends.