Since receiving his doctorate degree in Chirporactic in 1993, Dr. Kevin L. Stewart has focused on taking a total-body approach to chiropractic care to help patients overcome injuries, arthritis, shoulder pain, and a vast array of other maladies. Each visit to Dr. Stewart begins with a consultation. He'll investigate any pain and determine how it corresponds to your spine, which is the epicenter of nervous system activity and the reason humans can use other humans to pole vault. Dr. Stewart regularly attends post-graduate seminars to stay abreast of new developments in the field of orthopedics, pediatrics, and helping patients recover from injury.
As both a doctor and an athlete, Robert Shapiro has worked for years to understand how the two fields connect. Recently certified as a chiropractic sports practitioner, the doctor enjoys practicing muay thai kickboxing and cycling in his spare time, and he was active in judo competitions, Brazilian jujitsu tournaments, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle auditions. After attending both Logan College of Chiropractic and Palmer College of Chiropractic, Shapiro participated in a long list of postgraduate trainings, ranging from restorative endocrinology to Russian kettlebell rehab. He draws on both sides of his experience to guide the staff at Health Source Chiropractic and Progressive Rehab of Stockton, where they combine massage therapy, rehabilitation, and chiropractic care to help their clients get healthy and stay that way.
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