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Dr. Nimira Alibhoy earned her undergraduate degree at Chapman University, Orange, California and her chiropractic degree from Life University in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Nimira is licensed to practice chiropractic in the state of California. She has dedicated her career to helping people achieve their optimal function and balanced health from a neurological approach. Dr. Nimira's specialty of choice is Upper Cervical Chiropractic (UC), which many consider the next generation of chiropractic care. UC's systematic manner of follow up can result in a less invasive yet accelerated recovery. Dr. Nimira takes an altruistic approach to chiropractic care, collaborating with other practitioners, incorporating balance, stability and adaptability into her patient's lives. Although she treats both men and women, Dr. Nimira's niche are women 45 to 65 years of age who have spent the majority of their adult lives putting career and family first, compromising their own health in the process. This equates to these women feeling older than their age dictates, waking up with aches and pains that are not conducive to their lifestyle that they could previously ignore, all of which can be halted if not reversed. Mind you, this increased stress is only compounded by the onset of menopause.. Dr. Nimira practices what she preaches by balancing her passion for taking care of people and raising her two young children with her husband of 10 years. When not taking care of her patients and her children, Dr. Nimira focuses her activities on self-care, finding the essential tools a busy mom on the go needs to obtain.
Dr. Nimira treats her patients like family. She has a whole body approach to healing & wellness, and uses nervous system balance to help her patients achieve long-lasting results. Dr. Nimira makes sure to take time to listen to her patients, so she can make the extra effort to manage their cases as individuals and not just another number.