I came to Joint Chiropractic in Walnut Creek because I still needed treatment and maintenance. I went to her office on the corner of Main Street and Main Avenue on the west side of the city and wondered why I had waited so long. Dr. Gilligan fixed me immediately and I just received my first round of treatment for back pain, back spasms and neck pain.
She did a great job explaining how the adjustments worked and it was easy to get started and I feel so much better now. The way she adjusted my neck and back, I felt like I had just hurt him again, but she used ice on my back and neck and she did a great job explaining how each adjustment worked. I suffered from neck pain worse than before, even after doubling my painkillers for 3 days. I've had lower back pain in the last few weeks because I've been snowboarding and traveling all over the Bay Area.
I was also able to sit at my desk most of the day without any discomfort, so I recommend Joint Chiropractic in Walnut Creek to help me. Since I became a chiropractor, I have had little or no back pain and it has changed my life dramatically. Life without pain is much more pleasant, and I am
I travel to the Bay Area a few times a year and I was able to go to Joint Chiropractic in Walnut Creek and get used to it. Dr Gilligan and Dr Rayna were so kind to me I left with a good feeling, even after only a short visit.
Our staff is committed to the well-being of our patients and strives to help them return to a fulfilling level of activity. Our patients include active people who share our commitment to overcoming injuries and returning to peak performance. We conduct clinical research, are actively involved in national and international sports medicine societies, and are members of the American College of Sports Medicine and the International Association of Athletics. Dr. William Workman has been a practicing physician for over 40 years and has 30 years of experience in sports medicine.
He has also been an orthopedic surgeon at the US Open and USGA, worked with the A.I.A., and has covered orthopedic and sports medicine for ESPN, ABC, CBS, NBC, and other major sports channels.
He is also a member of the John Muir Cancer Committee and has seen injured athletes from Golden Bear Intercollegiate on the Cal campus. He was also a team orthopedist for Cal Rugby and is considered an orthopedic surgeon for injured Golden Bear and intercollegiate athletes. Dr. Hopkins has worked at JohnMuir Medical Centers for more than 20 years, including as Chief Medical Officer and Chairman of Surgery, and as a member and advisor on a Robotics Steering Committee. From 2010 to 2016, he was co-chair of the Urology Program and from 2016 to 2017, chairman and vice president of the Research and Development Program at the University of California San Francisco Medical Center (UCSF). Dr. Hopkins enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons, playing golf, spending time on a beach in San Diego and playing tennis, golf, fishing, hiking, camping, skiing, swimming, cycling and hiking.
He is very likeable and will make you feel like walking on the clouds when you leave. He is so kind and kind and a great friend and mentor.
He received his undergraduate education at UCLA, where he received a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Physiology from the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and a Master of Public Health from UCLA Medical School.
He then completed an additional six-year training course, which included a Master's degree in Kinesiology and Physiology from the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine. Dr. Workman has perfected an arthroscopic surgical technique that allows for a minimally invasive approach to treating many sports and work injuries. This less invasive surgical procedure speeds up recovery time for patients with a wide range of tendon and soft tissue diseases, reduces post-operative pain and complications and offers tremendous benefits for patients. He also offers a percutaneous tenotomy (Tenex), an ultrasound examination - a controlled debridement of tendons and soft tissue diseases, including the patellar tendon, the elbow joint of a tennis player, the quadriceps and quadriceps, and the femur.
This procedure is a minimally invasive approach that can be used for a variety of sports and occupational injuries as well as for many other diseases. Dr. Rolnik's main focus is to return active patients to their chosen activity as quickly and safely as possible, including physical therapy, acupuncture, massage, chiropractic, physiotherapy and massage therapy. He has a passion for helping his patients achieve this goal by providing them with individual care and attention.