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13788 Roswell Ave #106 Chino, CA 91710
909-464-2008
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Dr. James Yi D.C.

Dr. James Yi was introduced to chiropractic at a very young age.  Growing up in a household where his mother was an oriental medicine doctor and acupuncturist, he was always given more natural ways to deal with different conditions.  At the age of 13 Dr.James first began to have low back pain, not due to any specific cause but his back pain began to interfere with him being able to play basketball and tennis.  After being referred to a chiropractor by his mother, his chiropractor explained to him how a lot of daily activities could have caused his low back pain, and that it did not have to be one obvious incident.  Dr. James received his first adjustment and began to feel immediate relief. After his first experience with the benefits of chiropractic, Dr. James began to see his chiropractor on a regular basis. Before and after tennis matches, he would get adjusted to prevent injury or any other episodes of the low backpain. Dr. James feels very lucky that he had the opportunity to be introduced to chiropractic at a very young age, and feels that most people begin to seek the help of a chiropractor too late in their lives. 

In Dr. James’ free time he likes to spend time playing basketball,tennis, golf, and also spending time with his family and friends.

Education:

Southern California University of HealthSciences, Whittier, California- Doctor of Chiropractic

License:

California State Board of Chiropractic Examiners       

National Board of Chiropractic Examiners

Dr. Brian Biscotti D.C., QME 

At the young age 9 years old, I first started going to chiropractors with my mother who suffered from migraine headaches; he was a tall German guy with astrong accent and huge hands as I remembered as a small child.  I wasalways asked by him to lay on the table so he could take a look at me andtold me often that someday he would get his hands on me but by fear Ialways said no, years had passed and in high school being involved in varioussport injuries and in one year involved in 4 car accidents. I finally went tosee a local chiropractor who within a couple of weeks had me feeling betterthan I felt in a long time, back then I wanted to be an architect and waspretty good with my hands, well I showed up to the chiropractors office for atreatment and saw a kid my age who had cerebral palsy in a wheel chair being wheeledin to his adjusting room.  I honestly expected him to come walking out,well when he didn’t I asked the doctor why are you working on that kid if he isstill in a wheel chair and he told me something that I still hold dear to myheart.  He said “the work I do on that kid gives him 30mins of reliefhe never experiences outside of my treatment”. Thinking to myself “wow that'spowerful”, and I immediately began my studies for chiropractic.  WhenI was accepted I made it all the way to the clinic portion of school and lookedon our roster to see who was going to be my supervisor and wouldn’t you knowit, it was my mother’s old chiropractor who recognized my name and choseme to work under him in clinic.  His first words to me “I told you Iwould get my hands on you someday".  The rest is what you would sayis history- Glory to God 

Education:

Cleveland Chiropractic College, Los Angeles, California- Doctor of Chiropractic

License:

California State Board of Chiropractic Examiners       

National Board of Chiropractic Examiners 

Qualified Medical Examiner

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