Alexandra Andersson, DC

Alexandra Andersson, DC

Dr. Alexandra Andersson is a sports chiropractor native to Chico, California. She attended and graduated from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo before finishing her Doctorate of Chiropractic Magna Cum Laude from Palmer West College of Chiropractic in the San Francisco Bay Area. Halfway through her chiropractic training she started racing enduro style mountain bikes and has been hooked ever since. She has raced all over the state of California and with support from Specialized Bicycles is expanding her reach to the surrounding Western States as well as internationally to include the rugged mountain ranges of South America and beautiful, loamy British Columbia.
Her true passion for chiropractic is centered around movement, fitness and optimizing human performance. She provides an integrated approach empowering each individual patient to learn how to heal themselves with functional active rehabilitation while supplementing with traditional chiropractic care and effective soft tissue techniques. Alexandra strongly believes the more educated you are about your own body, the better equipped you will be at establishing and maintaining health and longevity for a pain-free and active lifestyle.

Alexandra'a post-graduate training includes Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), Functional Range Conditioning (FRC), Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS), RockTapes's Fascial Movement Taping (FMT) Levels 1 and 2, Functional and Kinetic Treatment with Rehabilitation (FAKTR) and NASM Corrective Exercise Specialization (CES). She also has extensive experience working as a provider at the corporate wellness center of a Fortune 500 Top Tech Company in Cupertino, California.

When not treating and coaching patients or out riding and racing her bike, other activities Alexandra enjoys are trail running, horseback riding, rock climbing, reading, golf, target shooting and taking full advantage of the foodie culture of the San Francisco Bay Area. Her motto is: live it n love it; never stop exploring.
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