Dr. Matt Santos, DC – Chiropractor
Dr. Matt Santos, Chiropractor

Dr. Matt Santos, Chiropractor

I am a chiropractic nerd and proud of it!

My passion for chiropractic care began through my work as an office manager for another chiropractor. Not only did I witness many amazing stories as a result of chiropractic care, but I fell in love with the philosophy behind chiropractic. The idea that the human body is innately intelligent and self-healing resonated with me. Although my background was in computer science, I quickly realized the massive impact I could make in my community through chiropractic care. I decided to change careers and enroll in chiropractic college and I have never looked back.

My wife (Dr. Jen) and I started chiropractic college in 2010 when our son was just 2 months old. In 2013, I graduated summa cum laude from Life Chiropractic College West as salutatorian and received honors for my clinical work in the Life West Health Center. I consider myself to be a lifelong student and I am continually working to further my knowledge and improve my skill set through ongoing research and regularly attending chiropractic seminars. I love reading the latest in chiropractic research chiropractic, chiropractic philosophy, neuroplasticity, epigenetics, and human potential. I am a firm believer that most people have not tapped into their inborn potential and could greatly benefit from what chiropractic care has to offer.

My focus in practice is on maximizing brain development and human potential through neurologically-based chiropractic care. In addition to chiropractic college, I have received formal training in functional neurology, pediatric care, prenatal care, and a wide variety of chiropractic techniques. I place particular emphasis on the upper cervical spine (upper neck) due to the neurological significance of that area and I am proficient in the Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractic Technique. I am also certified in the Webster Chiropractic Technique, which is the only technique developed specifically for adjusting pregnant women.

Dr. Matt Santos, DC