Welcome to Martin Family Chiropractic Centers!

Your family chiropractor serving Contra Costa County including Richmond, Alamo, Antioch, Walnut Creek, Concord, Pittsburg, Danville, San Ramon, Brentwood and Pleasant Hill.

Patients seeking treatment at Martin Family Chiropractic Centers are assured of receiving care through the use of traditional, gentle, corrective care chiropractic. Corrective Care Chiropractic is a completely different approach to achieving and maintaining optimal health. A true Corrective Care Chiropractor will evaluate the Central Nervous System (CNS) and spinal function. The Chiropractic Corrective Care doctor evaluates the person for not only trauma and pathology but more importantly for function. Read more.
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Meet the Team

MFC TeamDr. Curtis Martin has over 18+ years of Chiropractic experience and has managed and treated over 7,000 chiropractic patients. Dr. Martin works with individuals of all ages and takes pride in what he does.

Dr. John Kern graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic, East in Davenport, Iowa and has been practicing since 1990. His techniques include: Diversified, Gonstead, Thompson and Activator.

Dr. Jeff Siino was introduced to chiropractic at a young age. At the age of 11, Dr. Siino was diagnosed with scoliosis and began getting chiropractic care. Read more. 


A Chiropractic Approach to Knee Pain

January 04, 2018

Knee pain is one of the most common orthopedic ailments treated by chiropractic physicians. This isn’t too surprising when you stop to think about it. After all, the knee absorbs an enormous amount of stress and is designed to bend in only one direction. At the same time, though, many of the movements we make (particularly in sports) force the knee to bend slightly in other directions while still requiring it to support the full weight of the body in motion above it. If the biomechanics are off or the joint and surrounding muscles aren’t strong enough, this is a recipe for potential knee pain and injury. But athletics don’t account for as much of today’s knee pain as you...

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Why Are Chiropractic and Massage Therapy Often Used Together?

October 13, 2017

Chiropractic medicine is based on the idea that your body can help to keep itself healthy if your spine, neck, and head are aligned properly and free from abnormalities that impair the proper flow of energy along your spinal column. Doctors of Chiropractic thus work with spinal structures, using manipulative techniques to correct injuries and abnormalities and to speed healing of health problems—particularly musculoskeletal and neurological ones—that arise from misaligned bones. At the same time, however, the bones of the spine are surrounded by muscle tissue and connective tissues (such as ligaments and tendons) that enable and control its movements. These soft tissues are affected by the spinal abnormalities, and may either cause or exacerbate structural problems. So massage therapy...

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iPosture? Are Tablet Computers Resulting In Shoulder and Neck Problems?

September 22, 2017

It does not matter if you’re an Apple enthusiast, an Android fanatic or a keen Microsoft customer, you cannot ignore the worldwide popularity of tablet devices. The statistics are clear - technology marketplace experts determine that over 200 million units are bought in America annually. Although you might not be up to date with the most recent technology developments, you will be aware mobile gadgets - mostly mobile phones and tablets - are very common place. From cafes and grocery stores to airport terminals and train platforms, they appear to be everywhere. Additionally more and more companies are starting to provide their sales and service personnel along with their management teams with this innovation. They’re even showing up in hospitals...

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