Dr. Mai Tran, Chiropractor
Dr. Mai graduated from Life Chiropractic College West and received her Doctorate in Chiropractic. She also received her Bachelors of Science at the California State University of Hayward. Her passion for learning led her to an unmatched understanding of anatomy with a strong emphasis on the shoulder. Her fascination with pregnancy has led her down the path of helping pregnant women and the miracles that they create. She has helped babies from birth to adolescents with a variety of ailments. Her gentle touch and ability to connect with infants is a spectacle to see. Utilizing Sacro-Occipital Technic (SOT®) she has helped countless women through their pregnancy without pain and then continued on to help their children have the strongest start at life. One quote that holds true with pediatric care is "As the twig grows, so does the tree."
Dr. Chris Pepitone,
Dr. Chris graduated Cum Laude from Life Chiropractic College West to receive his Doctorate in Chiropractic. He also received his Bachelors of Science from Rutgers University. Dr. Chris has a passion for utilizing functional anatomy, biomechanics and physiology. With a strong emphasis in Sacro Occipital Technic (SOT®), and a research oriented mind, he has served on the Research Committee for Sacro Occipital Research Society International (SORSI) from 2010-2013. He then moved on to a position on their executive board from 2013 to 2014. Dr. Chris believes that every body has the ability to heal under the right circumstances. He says that the trick is to figure out what those circumstances are. He accomplishes this by catering each treatment plan to the individual by establishing a strong, structural foundation as well as an exercise program that will combat the harmful effects of life to allow the healing process can begin without risk of relapse. Dr. Chris believes no two adjustments should be the same. The body is dynamic (constantly changing) so every individual adjustment should cater to what your body needs in the moment not just what was found the day of the exam.