James Chae Park, DC, BA

chiropractor

Chae is a vitalistic chiropractor in San Francisco, and has been in private practice since 2006. He loves his work, and is continually exploring the science, art and philosophy of chiropractic and the healing arts. His unique method draws from many years of clinical experience in chiropractic, multiple bodywork techniques, reiki, craniosacral therapy (CST), and a deep interest in somatic therapy. The healthcare needs of today are delicately complex, and his training in multiple traditions beyond chiropractic licensure brings a deeper skillset to meet those needs, and effectively deliver real results.

 

When Chae is not with clients in the office or out exploring nature, he enjoys teaching students and licensed professionals to enhance their clinical knowledge and skills. 

Education

Chae received a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Life Chiropractic College West, and he is certified by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners. His background includes a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology - AT from California State University Long Beach. In addition to his undergraduate education, Chae completed his pre-med courses at San Francisco State University, and during that time he enrolled in the Holistic Health Program, which explored Eastern and Western perspectives in healing, wellness and personal growth. 

Life Chiropractic College West

Doctor of Chiropractic 

San Francisco State University

Pre-med and Holistic Health Studies

California State University Long Beach

Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology - AT

425 Divisadero Street, Suite 205

San Francisco, California 91447

Phone: (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.