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Meet the Staff

  • Misti

    Misti is native to the Imperial Valley growing up in Holtville. She was introduced to chiropractic initially as a patient of Imperial Valley Chiropractic. She remains a witness to the benefits of chiropractic as she constantly sees unique improvement in each patient. She remains a firm advocate for the benefits of chiropractic care for symptoms and quality of life. Misti takes pride in patient interaction, assisting the doctors with exams and making sure the patients have a great experience in and out of the office.

  • Hannah

    Hannah is born and raised in Imperial. Being from a small town, for her, working at Imperial Valley Chiropractic has provided an environment that she appreciates being a part of each day. Working here has reminded her of the strength in community, leading Hannah to strive in supporting local businesses as often as possible. Seeing the eye-opening experiences and comfort that patients find in our office encourages her to share with others the possibility of growth, comfort, and benefits of chiropractic.

  • Susan Gaytan

    Susan Gaytan received her massage therapy education at Everest College in Los Angeles. She is passionate about the positive effects of therapeutic massage on the body. She can provide you with various massage techniques including Swedish, deep tissue, prenatal and sports massage. She can assist you with the release of tension, spasms and pain in muscles, along with assisting you with increased range of motion in joints. She is a firm believer that massage can help relieve physical as well as emotional stress, and strongly believes that massage can be a valuable tool for in enhancing overall health and well-being especially in conjunction with regular chiropractic care.

  • Daniella Sepulveda

    Daniella Sepulveda graduated in 2016 from Brightwood College in Palm Springs. She firmly believes in the power of touch after experiencing it first hand and that massage is such an important part of one's overall well-being. She can provide different massage techniques such as Swedish, Deep Tissue, Prenatal and Craniosacral, incorporating the needs of each individual person.

  • Abbi

    Abbi recently moved to the Imperial Valley from Oklahoma, where she was raised. She was first drawn down here through the racing community, leading her to love and respect the small town feel similar to home. Being able to come to work each day, feeling welcome and witnessing the appreciation and enjoyment people leave the office holding has uplifted her and brought a sense of fulfillment to her. Finding a home away from home, surrounded by support at work and outside of, Abbi has decided to root herself in Imperial Valley and grow. 

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00 am

6:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am

6:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am

6:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am

6:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am

1:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed


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Testimonial

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Heard about this place two years ago and started going in July of 2013. It was the best medical decision I made. Great and friendly staff. I recommend them."
    Jenn A.

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