|Dr. Lynn M.C. Gerner, D.C., FICPA|
|Dr. Bryon Cloyd, D.C., CMT|
|Dr. Natalie Packer, D.C.|
|2043 Anderson Road, Suite D, Davis, CA|
|U.S. Dollars, Davis Dollars|
Our mission: To make a positive impact on the world, one person at a time, by sharing our gifts of healing, education, and genuine care.
We are very proud of our unique approach. We take the time to address the whole person, to educate, and to answer your questions. We understand the connection between the physical structure of your body, your nervous system, your biochemical environment, and your energetic/emotional health. We seek to achieve balance of these things through common-sense, natural means. We do this by combining gentle approaches such as specific spinal adjusting, Cranial Sacral therapy, passive motion, and energetic techniques.
We provide gentle adjusting for adults and children; including pregnant women by combining techniques such as:
Chiropractic Diversified spinal adjusting Cranial Sacral Therapy Passive motion (Leander flexion-distraction) Energetic/emotional approaches Both Activator and Arthrostim Instrument adjusting
Offering holistic solutions to:
Headaches, Ear Infections, ADHD, allergies, asthma, colic, anxiety/depression, scoliosis, immune weakness, musculo-skeletal injuries, Sciatica and more.
Gerner Chiropractic is one of many other Chiropractors in Davis.
2015-06-02 23:37:55 I AM ABSOLUTELY DISGUSTED WITH THIS PLACE! I was referred to Dr. Gerner by the Student Health & Counseling Services. I had a look at their website, and after reading a page on their site regarding autism, I was shocked and appalled to learn that they have published a series of insane claims that claim there is a link between autism and vaccines. Seriously? This supposed DOCTOR is on board with the anti-vaccine movement? I am completely amazed that an "educated" health professional can have the capacity to be so stupid. There's NO way in hell I would trust my health to anyone who promotes such retarded, backwards thinking. Don't you have to pass a bunch of science classes to become a chiropractor? And have some critical thinking? Also, statistics and causation? --- I found statements like this on their autism page: "I am not suggesting that vaccines are solely responsible for every child's autism. I *know*, however, that they caused irreparable damage to *my* son's immune system, which ultimately led to his autism." I am amazed that any health professional can be stupid enough to publish this on their website. I recommend anyone considering this practitioner run far, far away. R —SnowDay