Dr. Kelly Gibson earned her D.C. from the Cleveland Chiropractic College of Los Angeles. This 4 year program requires over 4,000 hours of classroom and clinical study. After earning her degree, Kelly has continued her education through the University of Bridgeport and the Spine Research Institute of San Diego. Our doctor has extensive knowledge of injuries such as whiplash and has satisfactorily completed an advanced courses of study in the diagnosis and clinical management of cervical acceleration/deceleration, trauma, whiplash-related temporomandibular, joint disorders, rotator cuff injuries, spinal trauma, traumatic brain injures, collision reconstruction, and live crash tests.Dr. Gibson is passionate about learning and sharing what she knows. It is very important to her to stay current so she can provide the best chiropractic care possible to her patients. She is proud to be one top chiropractors in San Diego County since she started her own practice over 15 years ago.
Chiropractic focuses on the anatomy of the spinal cord and the nerves that branch out from it. Even minor deviations of the spine caused by poor posture can impair the working of a nerve and the body part it supplies.
Chiropractic Care is built on establishing and maintaining a healthy, fully aligned foundation starting with your spine, which directly impacts your central nervous system. Your nervous system is the master control for all body functions from movement to the way you breathe, so it’s critical to begin there. Think of it as if you were constructing a home. You want your foundation to be strong in order to support the walls, roof, floors, and the rest of your house. It’s the same with your health. Spinal misalignment's affect your nervous system which can cause pain, disease and a system that is not functioning at its fullest capacity. By correcting any misalignment's with a precise plan of care, your body can support you in your healthiest natural state.
If you are in pain, that is our initial focus at Vista Chiropractic Center . We want to correct your spine to help alleviate any discomfort and to allow the body to begin the healing process. Depending on your condition, the doctor may want to work with you two to three times weekly for the first few months of care in order to give your body the optimal environment for healing as quickly as possible.
The corrective phase of your chiropractic plan is bring your body into balance allowing your muscles and other tissues the opportunity to heal and strengthen. This helps prevent further injury, illness and pain. During this step of your program, you may require an average of four to eight corrections monthly until your body can maintain the alignment on its own.
When your body is pain free, the new goal becomes keeping it that way! This is accomplished by maintaining your spinal correction, and coming in to be checked periodically, maybe one or more times a month depending on your condition and lifestyle. This way your carefully designed wellness strategy works with you to create ideal health!