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Dr. Brian Ross had a corporate job while living in New York. Part of his job was to photograph and inspect buildings. While photographing a building, he was struck by a vehicle. Dr. Ross could not feel his legs. He was taken to the hospital and evaluated, and the Orthopedic physician stated, "I don't know ." He said to go to a Neurologist. The Neurologist examined him and concluded that he did not understand the cause of the tingling and numbness in his legs. They gave him medications and sent him home. Several weeks later, his friends came by and said "we are taking you to a Chiropractor ." Dr. Ross was very reluctant but relented that he needed help. The Chiropractor pointed out that they could not guarantee complete restoration of feeling to his legs. The Chiropractor thought it was possible to regain approximately 80% of the feeling in his legs. Dr. Ross agreed, and after nine months of care, the feeling returned to his legs. He had no more symptoms, and it has never returned.
The Chiropractor told Dr. Ross, "you should do this ." Dr. Ross agreed and contacted Chiropractic schools and discovered all the requirements for admittance. . He selected Life College of Chiropractic West, south of San Francisco. He studied several specialties beyond the Chiropractic school curriculum, including Postural Correction and Instrument Adjusting with Activator. He also studied a post-doctoral program in the specialty of Neurological diagnosis. He has had additional education in the treatment of extremities. (Foot, ankle, knee, wrists, and shoulders.)
Continuing Education: CRM Contact Reflex Analysis in conjunction with Standard Process Nutraceuticals (Manually testing the body to locate the nutritional deficiencies and organ deficits).
Chiropractic is not a typical career path. In Dr. Ross' case, he believes he was "chosen by accident" to become a Chiropractor.
The body can heal from the inside out. Dr. Ross feels it is essential to treat the whole body holistically. He balances you from your feet to your head on every visit. This opens up the nervous system, allowing the brain to reconnect with the body and the body to reconnect to the brain. Once this is achieved, total healing will occur.
Certified Activator Doctor.
Complete Health and Wellness Services. Including Chiropractic techniques including techniques that are “low force” meaning that the adjustment is delivered by using an instrument that delivers a gentle impulse into the area that requires an adjustment. This is a very precise neurological based technique.
SOT Sacral Occipital Therapy is a technique that involves placing blocks under the body an it is also neurologically based low force technique.
Dr. Ross utilizes additional techniques to rehabilitate the injured area. He uses Trigger Point Therapy and Myofascial Release.
We accept automobile accident, personal injury and worker's compensation. Insurance accepted
Chiropractic is effective for the following:
Postural Correction Technique – A postural examination, along with a physical exam and detailed X-Rays is required to determine the plan for correction. Postural correction enables the body to be restored into a normal position using specific adjustments and weights on different parts of the body along with specific exercises to reduce the exaggerated curve in the spine such as a scoliosis.
Physical Therapy: Dr. Ross is certified by National Boards in Physical Therapy and has many modalities that can be incorporated into your treatment plan.
"Dr. Ross is in network with 38 insurance carriers. Call for details."
We love our patients, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
24007 Ventura Blvd. Suite 125, Calabasas, CA 91302
09:00 am – 05:00 pm
Office procedures to reduce the transmission of COVID-19:
Face masks are required.
Every treatment table is sanitized following treatment.
All door handles, counter tops and common surfaces are disinfected
after each patient.
Staff is washing and sanitizing their hands in between patients.
We provide hand sanitizer.
According to the Los Angeles County Health Department SARS Covid-19 has increased in Los Angeles due to the more infectious Delta variant. Special caution should be taken when in close contact of unmasked individuals especially in indoor spaces.
Here are some tips from the LA County Health Department:
Wear a mask in public places indoors
Wash your hands frequently
Use hand sanitizer
Avoid touching your face while you are eating
According to statistics the Delta variant has faster replication and a higher viral load, and a great affinity for lower respiratory tract cells as compared with earlier Covid-19 strains. According to the CDC it is estimated that Delta strains accounted for 83% of new Covid cases. It seems to affect unvaccinated individuals readily.
If you are experiencing any symptoms especially loss of taste and smell, or congestion, please get tested! (Testing is offered for no cost at many LA County locations and around the country. ) If you think you have been exposed it is recommended that you should quarantine for 2 weeks.