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A variety of

gentle and specific

chiropractic techniques 

The Healing Art of Chiropractic

Rise chiropractic is a holistic wellness practice in San Francisco.  What makes Rise distinctly powerful is the careful integration of chiropractic and bodywork. This gives your chiropractor a wide variety of gentle and specific techniques that can be customized for each person. This whole-body approach has helped many individuals and families get well and stay well. 


There's a reason why massage therapists, yoga teachers, mental health professionals, chiropractors, artists,

athletes, dancers, families and individuals like yourself come here.

What People Say

"He was very gentle with me, which I needed because I had just literally been hit by a truck. It's like he knew exactly what my body needed without me needing to say it. I saw him every other day for the week I was here, and I left a different person. Free from pain, and I let go of the trauma. Every time I'm back in the city I get an adjustment. He's the best chiropractor I've ever visited, and I've never met someone as good as him in LA where I live!"

Daina Trout, Health-Ade Kombucha CEO and Co-founder

Body and Mind

We believe that everyone can benefit from a free body, a clear spine and a healthy nervous system. Whether you are seeking recovery from an injury or traumatic experience, desiring to optimize your physical performance, dealing with stress and/or anxiety, needing support during/after pregnancy, or looking to elevate your health potential, you're in good hands.

Rise Chiropractic and Wellness

425 Divisadero Street, Suite 205

San Francisco, 94117

TEXT: (415) 788-0299

Monday - Friday

8:30 am - 6:30 pm

Free Onsite Parking

D.D. Palmer (Mar. 7, 1845 - Oct. 20, 1913) 

The Founder - D.D. Palmer reasoned that the body had an ample supply of natural healing power transmitted through the nervous system. If a single organ was sick, it must not be receiving its normal serve supply. That led to the premise of spinal misalignment, or subluxation, and from there to a procedure for adjusting the vertebrae. D.D. performed his first adjustment in 1895, relieving on man of deafness and another person of heart trouble. 

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