Gonstead Chiropractor in Encino, CA
Our mobile chiropractic care in Encino, CA can meet you where you are. As a Gonstead chiropractor devoted to house call chiropractic health you no longer have to go to a clinic for adjustment or relief. Join the millions of Californians who have not only found relief from migraines, sciatica pain, and lower back pain but similarly a path to wellness with our chiropractor's natural, drug-free method for healthcare all from the comfort of your home or office.
How it Works
Free Initial Assessment
We Recommend Treatment
You Get Relief
Dr. G Comes To You!
Discover The Difference
Dr. Marco Giuliano discovered the miracle and vitality of Gonstead Chiropractic Care through his own personal experiences as a college football player and amateur body-building state champion. Chiropractic care saved Dr. Giuliano’s life as an athlete.
"Bodybuilders and fitness people have been using, very extensively, chiropractors in order to stay healthy and fit. Whenever I had a little problem with my body, I always ran to one of my dear friends, he was always right there with the adjustments. This is how I found out the best way of going, is to use chiropractors, not only after injuries, but also before injury."
― Arnold Schwarzenegger
Frequently Asked Questions
Mobile Chiropractors are fully equipped and professional chiropractic "office-on-wheels" that come to your home or place of business at your convenience.
The Gonstead chiropractic method was developed by Dr. Clarence Gonstead in 1939. The method combines the five principles to offer patients lasting relief from their pain. It is widely used by chiropractors today and is still considered the standard of excellence in chiropractic care and treatment.
Gonstead is different from other types of chiropractic because it focuses on the body’s structural foundation and intervertebral discs. It is more than just a “quick fix”. A Gonstead chiropractor looks at the whole person and searches for the source of a patient’s pain or discomfort by examining spinal misalignments, nerve dysfunction, foundational imbalance, and motion disturbances. Adjustments are then made to help restore natural spinal alignment and optimal movement.