Platinum Chiropractic


30 Day Health Challenge: Aug 14 – Sept 12

  Starting Monday Aug 14, we will post daily health challenges to take your health and wellness to another level! Follow the guidelines to be entered into weekly raffles. Where to find the challenges: Join our group on Facebook: Platinum Chiropractic 30 Day Health Challenge Website: Instagram: @platinumchiro Contact Kristen at with any questions.

New Location

  The wait is finally over! We’ll have some giveaways to celebrate our soft opening next week, so make sure you come in and visit! Soft Opening Hours:  Monday July 24: 9-12 and 4-7 Tuesday July 25: 9-12 and 4-7 Wednesday July 26: Closed Thursday July 27: 9-12 and 4-7 Friday July 28: 9-13

Gold Nuggets

At Platinum Chiropractic we understand that health is multifaceted and requires many healthy lifestyle choices, such as exercise habits, eating well (diet), resting, playing, etc. Our goal is to correct any underlying Neuro-Structural issues that restrict you from doing the things you love to do. We’d like to share some of our “Gold Nuggets” about eating …

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Stress and Your Health

Image from Well Adjusted Products We all know that too much stress can lead to decreased health; but how? Well, we know stress causes a fight or flight (sympathetic) response in our bodies. When this occurs, our bodies’ muscles create tension. When this tension is repetitive, chronic or severe enough, it causes a shift in the …

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Programmed for Health

You’re not sick because you have pneumonia; you have pneumonia because you are sick.  This is a very important concept to understanding health, sickness, and disease. We talk a lot about how HEALTH is programmed into your body. Health is a default setting that is expressed when we perform genetically compatible actions, such as moving …

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Hip Flexors

Hip flexors are muscles that cross our hip region, allowing us to bring our legs up to our torso, such as in walking and running. There are two groups of hip flexors; the quadriceps located on the front of your thigh, and the iliopsoas, which attach to your spine from your leg.   Sitting, as …

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Every Two Weeks

You might have wondered why we recommend to get checked and adjusted a minimum of two times a month once you have reached the Protection phase of care. The reason is to prevent arthritis and joint degeneration. The journal Clinical Biomechanics reported as far back as 1987 that joint immobility, such as that which occurs …

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Welcome UBV!

Good news everybody! For those of you living in San Jose, CA and similar latitudes, as of Monday March 13 at 1:10 pm the sun will reach 50 degrees above the horizon, which is when UVB sun rays can penetrate our atmosphere. What does that mean to us? Sun rays contain ultra violet lights such …

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Movement Deficiency Syndrome

Dr. James Chestnut coined the term ‘Movement Deficiency Syndrome’ to identify the necessity of both physical activity and exercise on human physiology, function, and health.  Physical activity and exercise are necessary components to keeping our bodies in working order, via supporting our genetic requirement for sufficient and pure movement. Our genes literally require movement to express …

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Pain is a fact of life we all experience at some points in our lives. And while it is unpleasant, it is also an important part of living life on earth. Pain is often ridiculed, but it is also very important to our survival. So what is pain? pains a signal from our body alerting …

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Vitamin – D

Read more below to find out. Vitamin D is a profoundly important nutrient that provides a vast array of health benefits. The question is, do we really need to supplement? And if we do, what’s the proper dosage? It is estimated that up to 85% of people have insufficient levels of vitamin D and are unaware …

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Ear Infections, Vertigo, Balance Issues

1) C1 (Atlas) meeting your skull 2) C2 (Axis) *) Eustachian Tubes Ear infections, vertigo, and balance issues… What do these things have in common? All of them can be caused by a shift in the upper neck. Here’s how. The upper portion of your neck (cervical spine) goes all the way up to your skull. And …

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