Our Mission

Our mission is to help as many people in our lifetimes as we can, ESPECIALLY children!

Meet Dr. Dan Bronstein

Doctor of Chiropractic


My passion lies in caring for children and families. As a chiropractor, I have performed research and written multiple articles on the chiropractic adjusting of children and have focused a core of my practice on the management of chronic birth trauma and pelvic distortion in pregnancy. I maintain an active blogging presence and regularly contribute to multiple progressive health-related news outlets.



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EVENTS AND WORKSHOPS

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February 20, 2017

KC 11: Why Children NEED Chiropractic With Dr Liz Anderson-Peacock

The KiddoCast for Chiropractic Families Episode 11: Dr Liz Anderson-Peacock –  This week Dr Liz and I talk about why parents just like you bring their children […]
February 14, 2017

KC10: How To Choose The Right Chiropractor For Your Children With Dr Denisa Weber

The KiddoCast for Chiropractic Families Episode 10: Dr Denisa Weber –  Apologies for the late upload this week. I’ve been traveling for Practice Evolution PRIME and has been […]
February 6, 2017

KC9: Chiropractic 3.0 With Dr Steve Hoffman

The KiddoCast for Chiropractic Families Episode 9: Dr Steve Hoffman –  In today’s episode Dr Steve and I talk about trans-generational health development in a chiropractic milieu, what a […]
February 5, 2017

Health Vs Disease Care

Last month we discussed true health, that it isn’t just the absence of symptoms but instead having optimal function. Let’s continue by discussing health vs. disease […]

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Dr Bronstein is committed to ensuring that your family lives a healthy, vibrant life unhindered by the deleterious effects of vertebral subluxation. There is hope; chiropractic can help.

We welcome you to contact our Grover Beach office to schedule a complimentary consultation for your children and family members.

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