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With over 25 years of experience in the health industry. We gained the trust of thousands of patients and helped them overcome their health challenges.
Dr. Marshall Luck DC - Chiropractor
Dr. Luck is a member of local, state and national chiropractic associations including the California Chiropractic Association and the American Chiropractic Association. He graduated from Palmer Chiropractic College in 1998 and has been helping patients heal for over 25 years. In addition, he is board certified by the state of California.
He provides his patients with the latest and most effective natural methods of pain relief, spinal corrections, and general healthcare. In addition, he has adopted and mastered several treatment techniques. This includes the Pettibon System, an examination and treatment method for correcting poor posture and optimizing spinal ergonomics. In other words, he has the experience, knowledge, tools, and techniques to get you back to being pain free. Next, Dr. Luck tests each patient’s ability to respond to care and utilizes several technologies. This includes posture analysis software and online exercises to provide you with in-home exercises for faster and more complete correction. He combines his experience and clinical knowledge to create a treatment plan to fit each patient’s unique needs.
Dr. Ryan Todd Lloyd DC - Chiropractor
Dr. Lloyd graduated summa cum laude from Life Chiropractic College West. Afterward, he obtained his Qualified Medical Evaluator certificate and license. During his years studying the gestalt of human physiology, anatomy, and chiropractic technique, he audited over 1000 hours of post graduate continuing education. These topics included advance information and techniques in chiropractic neurology, whiplash and soft tissue injuries, sports chiropractic and extremity management, and industrial medicine. Because of this, Dr. Lloyd is a prolific writer on our blog and continues to study and write about health and wellness.
Dr. Lloyd is currently the team chiropractic physician for Cal Berkeley Men’s Lacrosse. Consequently, he frequently assists many patients with sports and workout routine injuries and ergonomic evaluations.
Dr. Pete Quigley DC - Chiropractor
Dr. Quigley graduated magna cum laude and achieved the clinical honors recognition award from Life Chiropractic College West. During his time in school he participated in the first ever South Pacific Chiropractic Clinic Abroad in Fiji, where he and a team of doctors provided care to over 8,000 people among many local communities. He also has completed various chiropractic technique and extremity adjusting continuing education seminars and continues to study the latest developments in health and wellness.
Dr. Quigley utilizes several full spine chiropractic techniques to provide high-quality personalized care plans for each patient’s needs. His knowledge of chiropractic, neurology, biomechanics, kinesiology, and physiology gives him the tools to get you functioning at your optimal level. His goal is to help you improve your overall quality of life and ability to adapt to life’s stress so that your body can heal on its own and you can function at your best.
Jenny Dinh LAC, LMT - Licensed Acupuncturist & Massage Therapist
Jenny is a California state board licensed acupuncturist, herbalist, certified massage therapist and registered yoga therapist. She has been practicing massage and bodywork therapy since 1998. She received her Thai Massage Teacher Training certificate at ITM in Chang Mai, Thailand. Additionally, she holds a diploma in Ayurvedic Medicine and certification in Panchakarma-Detox Therapy from the Ayurvedic Institute where she studied with Dr. Vasant Lad in New Mexico in 2003.
Jenny treats a wide variety of conditions with a focus on pain management. In addition, she has helped patients with women’s health issues, internal medicine that includes digestive disorders, cardiovascular problems, neuromuscular problems, and respiratory disorders.
Jessica Biedron LAC - Licensed Acupuncturist
Jessica is a Licensed Acupuncturist, Herbalist, and Massage Therapist providing comprehensive healthcare and restorative bodywork. She received her master’s degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from The Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Sciences in 2010 and is nationally certified as a Diplomat of Oriental Medicine by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. With over 20 years of massage practice, she has additional studies in Chi Nei Tang, an abdominal massage technique rooted in Taoist energetics aimed at detoxifying and rejuvenating the organs, as well as Ayurvedic nutrition. Her ongoing practice and past years of teaching Vinyasa yoga have enriched her skill in helping patients prevent and recover from injuries. In addition to pain management, she treats a wide variety of conditions with acupuncture and herbs, including hormonal imbalances, insomnia, anxiety, allergies, autoimmunity, headaches, digestive disorders, skin conditions, stress management, immune building, and enjoys supporting women in all stages of pregnancy.
Michelle Schneider - Licensed Massage Therapist
Michelle has been working with Rincon Chiropractic for over 10 years. In addition, she has a BA from the San Francisco State University and she studied at the Esalen Institute. Additionally, She has practiced dance and yoga for years, and has a deep connection to the human body.
As a result, her passion is bringing her clients to another zone, away from the hustle and bustle of everyday work life. Each session is tailored to the needs of the client. This allows her to provide a more precise and effective massage experience. In other words, with quality of presence in mind she can offer more thoughtful decompression and stress relief to her patients. She specializes in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Prenatal, Hot Stone, and Chair Massage and has helped many clients dealing with stress and insomnia. Hence, her goal is to give you a mini-vacation so that you leave feeling completely relaxed and revitalized, ready to take on your day.
Felipe Ramirez - Licensed Massage Therapist
Felipe is a Licensed General Massage practitioner with an extensive education in massage with the San Francisco School of Massage and Bodywork, Harbin Hot Springs School of Massage, and a BA from the University of California Santa Cruz. With this experience, he works to create a custom-tailored massage experience for each client, to provide the most relief in the areas they need most. Above all, he uses his 20 plus years of experience and extensive knowledge of the body he provide a fantastic, focused massage that is healing and relaxing. In addition, Felipe has many specializations that range from Sports Massage, Deep Tissue, Swedish, Reflexology, Prenatal Massage, Thai Massage, Aromatherapy, to Hot Stone and Rehabilitative work.
Ryan Sakai - Licensed Massage Therapist
Ryan has been practicing massage professionally since 2012. Furthermore, he received his training from the San Francisco School of Massage and Bodywork and continues his education through workshops, courses and assistant teaching. Ryan employs a wide range of techniques and modalities to address your specific needs. Because of this, his massages leave you feeling in balance, connected, and in a state of deep relaxation. Additionally, he specializes in Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point therapy, and Chair Massage. Furthermore Ryan has a background in martial arts (karate, aikido, kendo) and was a collegiate wrestler. Because of this you can often find him on a yoga mat or rollerskate dancing in Golden Gate Park.
Noy Lunsford - Licensed Massage Therapist
Noy studied massage therapy at the San Francisco School of Massage and Bodywork and has been practicing since 2010. She specializes in traditional Thai massage. For that reason, she often utilizes acupressure and assisted yoga postures. This deeply stretches and works your tired muscles, leaving you in a total blissful state. When she’s not practicing massage she stays active and enjoys working out, running, and playing tennis. Specifically, she’s trained in Reiki, Deep Tissue Massage, Aromatherapy, Thai Massage, and Hot Stone Massage.
Macaulay Nwachukwu - Licensed Massage Therapist
Mac has been working with as a massage therapist working with patients for a decade. He studied at the San Francisco School of Massage and Bodywork. He has a passion for healing people through massage and exercise. Previously he owned and operated a gym and massage therapy practice from 2012 – 2019.
In addition, he uses a variety of techniques based on client’s needs and requests to create and effective personalized treatment. From simple relaxation, to more intense rehabilitation work, his experience is extremely diverse. He has a focus on therapeutic deep tissue massage, Swedish, Trigger Point Therapy, sports massage and neuromuscular work.
Our goal is to help you manage and relieve your pain through manual chiropractic adjustments, stretching, home exercise plans, and more. This is a wonderful alternative to often dangerous pain medications and even surgery.
Whether your misalignment and pain comes from sports injuries, sitting at a desk all day at work, a fall or accident, or even hereditary conditions, chiropractic care is a great tool to get that care and pain relief you’ve been looking for.
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Great Patient Care Begins at the Front Desk
Insurance plans can be a headache to try to sort out, and many medical clinics will leave you to sort our the maze of information alone. Rincon Chiropractic takes a different approach. We can help you navigate your plan with regards to chiropractic care, and make sure that you understand what the potential costs are. Insurance can be confusing, but let us be your guides. We want to ensure you are comfortable with your plan, and understand the ins and outs before you start with us. Transparency is one of our cornerstones.
If you don’t have in-network coverage, let us help you. You may be covered through the out-of-network benefits of your insurance plan. Many people don’t realize that they may be still able to afford to come even if we are out-of-network.
Even if you don’t have insurance coverage, we have affordable packages and treatment plans available to help you meet your wellness goals. We will work with you in any way we can to help you stay happy and healthy.
Nestled in the heart of San Francisco, close to the hustle and bustle of the financial district and tech-centered SOMA, is a quiet oasis of healing. Each massage therapist has their own private rooms, dimly lit with candles and peaceful music filling the room. After a short consultation about your needs, the therapist will recommend the best course of action to proceed. Whether you need a calming haven from the everyday stresses of life, neck and back strain from sitting at your desk all day, or need to work out those muscles after a rough workout, our talented therapists will custom-tailor their massage to best suit your needs.
Each therapist is familiar with the foundational techniques of massage therapy: Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue, Sports Massage. However, our wellness services that they provide go well beyond that. In addition, each brings their own skillsets, education, and experience. Check out our therapists’ bios to find out more about what they have to offer. This allows for a varied experience that will leave you feeling refreshed and energized.
What can massage therapy do for me?
Massage therapy is provided for stress reduction, relaxation, relief from muscular tension, and improvement of circulation and energy flow. They can assist with pain management, and recovery from muscular injuries, as well as repetitive motion injuries, and pain from sedentary work such as working at a computer for long stretches of time. The services are non-sexual in nature.
What if it hurts during my massage therapy session?
If you experience pain or discomfort during the session, you should immediately inform your therapist so that pressure/strokes can be adjusted to your level of comfort. We value communication with our patients and accept it openly. We will not be held responsible for any pain or discomfort you experience during or after the session.
Can I get massage therapy instead of seeing a doctor?
The services offered by our massage therapists are not a substitute for medical care. While they are extremely talented and can provide relief in many ways, the therapists are not qualified to perform spinal or skeletal adjustments, diagnose, prescribe, or treat physical or mental illness.
What if I have a medical condition or injury?
While our therapists are very intuitive and experienced, there is no substitute for proper communication. You should notify you therapist of all known medical conditions and injuries that could pertain to any area around where massage therapy will be performed. Communication is key and is the most effective way to prevent further injury or exacerbate a pre-existing medical condition. We value communication with our patients and accept it openly. We will not be responsible for any pain or discomfort you experience during or after the session. If you have changes in your health or medical conditions, please communicate those as well as the therapists are not liable if you forget to do so.
Acupuncture is best known for its ability to successfully treat pain and its causes. In Chinese medicine, we view pain as an obstruction of qi energy and blood in meridian energy paths due to injury, muscular tension, inflammation, sprains, or pathogenic invasions of cold and damp. Acupuncture alleviates pain by raising endorphin levels and diminishing the nervous system’s sympathetic response. Check out our acupuncturists’ bios to find out more about what they have to offer.
What can acupuncture do for me?
Acupuncture is provided for stress reduction, relaxation, relief from muscular tension, pain relief, and improvement of circulation and energy flow. The services are non-sexual in nature.
Do the acupuncture needles hurt?
The needles themselves are extremely thin. Thin enough so that they’re barely felt when inserted. It’s about the equivalent level of sensation to tugging a hair on your arm. There may be a slight warm or radiating feeling as Qi energy is redirected, but it is very minor and is often a nice sensation. The acupuncturists will walk you through the whole process and make sure you’re comfortable before you begin.
What if it hurts during my acupuncture session?
If you experience pain or discomfort during the session, you should immediately inform your acupuncturist so that necessary measures can be adjusted to your level of comfort. Your well being is extremely important to us. We value communication with our patients and accept it openly. We will not be responsible for any pain or discomfort you experience during or after the session.
Can I get acupuncture instead of seeing a doctor?
There are many things that acupuncture can do to improve your health and wellness. However, the services offered by our acupuncturists are not a substitute for medical care in certain circumstances. The acupuncturists are not qualified to perform spinal or skeletal adjustments.
What if I have a medical condition or injury?
While our acupuncturists are very intuitive and experienced, there is no substitute for proper communication. You should notify your acupuncturist of all known medical conditions and injuries that could pertain to any area around where acupuncture will be performed. Communication is key and is the most effective way to prevent further injury or exacerbate a pre-existing medical condition. We value communication with our patients and accept it openly. Your well being is extremely important to us. We will not be held responsible for any pain or discomfort you experience during or after the session. If you have changes in your health or medical conditions, please communicate those as well as the acupuncturists are not liable if you forget to do so.
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