Dr. Baxley has always been interested in the healthcare field. When she started getting regular chiropractic care she was really inspired by her doctor.
She recalls her family chiropractor as one of the happiest, most positive, and upbeat persons she had ever met. When asked about it, the doctor simply stated,
‘I love my job. I get to help people and see miracles every single day.’
That passion is what led Dr. Baxley to consider a career as a chiropractor. Since then, she has enjoyed the process of watching people get free from the pain that is holding them back so they can enjoy a life of health and wellness.
Going through chiropractic school Dr. Baxley discovered that there are many different methods of applying chiropractic. She explored a wide variety of methods, even learning muscle work similar to what is performed by physical therapists in order to find a technique that would consistently help fix peoples bodies.
However, as beneficial as these chiropractic and muscle techniques were for her and her patients, Dr. Baxley was troubled that nothing seemed to work consistently from person to person.
She kept searching to find something that would consistently fix peoples' bodies. Until recently no one had discovered the reason manipulation sometimes works wonders, sometimes does little, and in rare cases can be harmful. That discovery was made by the developer of Advanced BioStructural Correction™ (ABC™) which is an effective method of improving body biomechanics. Unless you have body problems resulting from cancer, infections, fractures, diabetes or something similar, ABC™ can correct your body structure resulting in many cases to a return to health you may have never thought possible.
Dr. Jane Baxley graduated with honors from Life Chiropractic College West in Hayward and has been practicing in the East Bay Area since 2010. She is Expert Level III Certified in Advanced Biostructural Correction, and a Certified Posture Expert, Certified Ergonomist and Certified Postural Neurologist with the American Posture Institute. Dr. Baxley is committed to giving people the tools they need to "Stand Tall and Live Well."