Talk Packets:

April 28th, 2017

Sugar Talk Handouts

Thyroid Talk Handouts

Stress Buster Handouts

High Blood Pressure


Office Hours and Closures

July 11th, 2016


Office Treatment Hours Are:


10:15am – 11:45 am (Last adjustment at 11:45)

  When seeing both doctors, be in by 11:20 am.

3:15pm – 6:45 pm (Last adjustment at 6:45pm)

When seeing both doctors, be in by 6pm.



6:00pm – 6:30pm (Last adjustment at 6:30pm)

  When seeing both doctors, be in by 6pm.

We will be closed on the following days unless otherwise noted we are open to see you for your recommended visits. 

  • Monday, February 19th and Tuesday, February 20th. Note: normal treatment hours will resume Wednesday, February 21st , 2018 at 10:15 am.

*Office hours may vary at times due to seminars, holidays, emergencies or vacations.

See posted flyers for updates.

Note: New patients are seen outside of treatment hours. To set up an appointment or find further information please call our office at (408) 996-1042.


Link to Article Explaining Why the Study on Carnitine and Red Meat is Inaccurate

April 12th, 2013

Here is the link to the article explaining why the study on Carnitine and red meat is inaccurate in its results, makes wrong assumptions and conclusions, and does not show that red meat or carnitine in meat cause heart disease.

Source: Weston A Price Foundation



Excerpt from Gary Taubes’ Article: “What if It’s All Been a Big Fat Lie?”

September 17th, 2012

The Truth about Saturated Fats and Heart Disease

The demonization of saturated fat began in 1953, when Dr. Ancel Keys published a paper comparing saturated fat intake and heart disease mortality. His theory turned out to be flimsy, to say the least, but the misguided ousting of saturated fat has continued unabated ever since.

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For all of you who attended the Sony Sugar class on Thursday, March 4th, here is the information that we had mentioned.

March 5th, 2010

Click on the links below to view information that can also be saved to your computer!



Index to Our Techniques

November 5th, 2008

Dr. Allen and Dr. Sharon have done extensive post graduate studies in a number of powerful totally gentle health restorative techniques. At each of your visits they will choose the right combination of these techniques that will be best for your health restoration.

Special techniques we use include:

Specific Gentle Acupressure (no needles)

November 5th, 2008

In our Health center we utilize a specific application of gentle acupressure. In this article, we will first describe acupressure in general and then we will go into the very specific powerful way that we work with acupressure with our patients. Read the rest of this entry »

Arthrostim and KST

November 4th, 2008

Arthrostim and KST can make totally gentle adjustments to your bones, joints, muscles and nervous system without any forceful body twisting or cracking sounds. We love using the arthrostim instrument because it is so very gentle and specific. We mostly utilize it for adjusting the shoulders, arms, forearms, hands, fingers, legs, feet and toes. We also sometimes use it to adjust the jaw (TMJ) and the cranial bones. Read the rest of this entry »

Primal Reflex Release Technique (PRRT)

November 4th, 2008

We were drawn to study this technique because it works with the “Fight or Flight” stress overload process that is so important to release in helping patients to heal. The Network Chiropractic and other techniques we use in our office greatly release this “Fight or Flight” stress response and we were intrigued that this method also creates a healthful body through releasing this “overload” response. Read the rest of this entry »

Gentle Extremity Adjusting

November 4th, 2008

We have provided excellent care for health concerns of the shoulders, arms, wrists, hands, legs, knees, ankles and feet for all 23 years of our chiropractic practice. We have taken numerous post graduate trainings in totally gentle methods to help the muscles and joints of your upper and lower extremities. Read the rest of this entry »