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2435 Forest Ave #110

San Jose, CA 95128 US

(408) 244-0727

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Insight Chiropractic Services • San Jose

Chiropractic Care San JosePhysio-TherapyMassage Therapy
Active Release TherapyAuto Accident InjurySports Medicine
Here at Insight Chiropractic, we believe that chiropractic adjustments are most effective when combined with other types of natural therapies and treatments. That is why our San Jose chiropractor is committed to serving patients with multiple treatment options that are customized to the individual. All of our techniques are non-invasive and designed to equip your body to heal itself without the use of surgical intervention.

Sports medicine is one of the branches of chiropractic care offered in our office. Traditionally, sports medicine focuses on treating and preventing the injuries common among athletes and other highly active individuals. We often use sports medicine to treat injuries such as ACL sprains, muscle strains, tennis elbow and shin splints.

Active release therapy is also helpful for athletes who have suffered from damage or injury to ligaments, nerves or other components of the musculoskeletal system. Active release therapy uses soft tissue motion massage to treat conditions stemming from overuse of muscles. Active release therapy is especially beneficial to athletes and other patients who have especially tight or sore muscles and joints that limit motion range and strength.

Massage Therapy and Physio-Therapy for Pain Relief and Healing

Almost all of our patients can benefit from massage therapy, as it is an integral part of pain relief, treatment and preventative care at our office. Massage therapy is a beneficial supplement to chiropractic, as it helps loosen muscles prior to treatments. This facilitates healing for injuries, alleviates pain and also accelerates the recovery process. Massage therapy is especially helpful for car accident injury patients who have experienced whiplash or spinal subluxations due to the force of impact.

Physio-therapy is another service at our clinic, as it is helpful in restoring motion range and flexibility to injured patients. Physio-therapy uses customized exercises to challenge muscles and joints over time. The exercises are performed both in-office and at home, and they are adjusted as patients progress until full motion range is reestablished. Car accident injury patients often find physio-therapy helpful for restoring neck motion following a whiplash injury, and athletes often recover faster from an injury when exercise therapy is used as a treatment option.

If you are in search of a San Jose chiropractor who treats your health and injuries from a whole-body perspective, contact us for an appointment today. If you have been injured, it is important to seek help as quickly as possible to acquire effective treatment and possibly reduce your recovery time. 

Our goal is to educate our patients about ways to avoid injuries in day to day life. We believe that no one should have to rely on drugs, pain medications and highly invasive medical procedures to live healthily and comfortably. Call us today to find out how our San Jose chiropractor can assist you. We look forward to helping you live a life free of pain and discomfort.

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00am

7:00pm

Tuesday:

9:00am -1:00pm

3:40pm - 5:00pm

Wednesday:

9:00am -1:00pm

4:00pm - 7:00pm

Thursday:

Closed

Closed

Friday:

9:00am -1:00pm

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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Review By Our Satisfied Patient

  • "Dr. Jen helped me fully recover from a car accident when my primary care physician, long-term physical therapy, and therapeutic massage had no benefit at all. I've had really mixed experiences with chiropractors in the past (mostly unhelpful), but Dr. Jen knows techniques that were very effective and restored full range of motion to my neck without pain. I am beyond grateful and have referred one of my best friends to her; the friend is just as delighted as I am. In addition to being uniquely effective, Dr. Jen provides the perfect balance between nurturing human warmth and professional efficiency. I think she's amazing."
    Dan H. San Jose, CA

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