Our staff members frequently lecture to professional, community and school groups on a wide variety of health topics and injury prevention.
Our Staff Includes
Dr. Terry Weyman, D.C., C.C.S.P.®
Clinic Director, Doctor of Chiropractic, Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner, Chiropractic Sports Institute
Dr. Terry Weyman lives in Southern California where he has been the Clinic Director of Chiropractic Sports Institute for over 20 years. In 2003 he finished his Sports Medicine internship at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs and in August of 2005 he was selected by the USOC to be the Team USA Chiropractor at the World University Games in Izmir, Turkey.
Dr. Weyman has been the Chief Medical Director of many professional and top amateur athletic events including the Professional Water ski and Wakeboard tour, Rodeo and Four winds Adventure Race. He has also been the Team Chiropractor for the National cycling team, and Team Luna Womens mountain bike team. In 1994 he was the Norwegian Alpine Ski Team Chiropractor for the 1994 Winter Olympics held in Lillehammer Norway. Dr. Weyman has been a post graduate faculty member of two Chiropractic colleges and an instructor for both CCSP and Diplomate sports programs held across the US.
Currently Dr. Weyman works with Pepperdine University overseeing all athletic teams alongside athletic trainers. He also lectures on Chiropractors roles in Sports related injuries both Nationally and Internationally. He has Authored more than 20 publications, magazine columns and 2 book chapters.
Ciro Errico, D.C.
Doctor of Chiropractic, Chiropractic Sports Institute
Ciro Errico is a recent graduate from Cleveland Chiropractic College, Los Angeles. While in Chiropractic College, he worked alongside athletic trainers at Cal State University, Northridge Sports Medicine department; there he was able to work on rehab, prevention, and treatment of a variety of sports injuries. While at CSUN he was able to volunteer time to help then CSUN athletic trainer, and now, current Long Beach State athletic trainer and Viacom on a research paper to see the ‘Effects of fatigue on jumping and landing mechanics during drop landing with subsequent vertical jump’. Outside of CSUN, Ciro was able to bring his knowledge to Spinal & Health Center of Santa Monica where he was able to treat CrossFit, and a variety of professional athletes with sports injuries. He has also volunteered time at a variety of clinics including Simms/ Mann Health and Wellness Center, and Being Alive - where he was able to work alongside MDs, PTs, acupuncturists, massage therapists, and with individuals with HIV/AIDS, respectively.
Corporate Office Manager, Chiropractic Sports Institute
Michele is a graduate of California Lutheran University where she received her B.S. in Psychology. She joined the staff in late 2004 as our Office Manager. Prior to joining the CSI staff, she worked for State Farm Insurance Company for several years in the field of claims. She is well versed in the knowledge of insurance and care.
She has been associated with the Chiropractic profession for many years and brings a sense of organization with an emphasis on patient care. She is multiversed in everything from Chiropractic Care for Children to Care for the athlete.
If you ever have any questions please do not hesitate to contact her.
Yanna Graca, C.M.T.
Massage Therapist, Chiropractic Sports Institute
Yanna has been with CSI for over 5 years as a Certified Massage Therapist, a local graduate of Advanced School of Massage Therapy. She specializes in Swedish/Deep tissue massage, concentrating on muscle groups effecting tightness and energy held in target areas. Yanna has recently completed certification in the art of Lomi-Lomi, a Hawaiian based massage. She resides with her family in Westlake Village.
Front Office, Billing Department, Chiropractic Sports Institute
Kristina joined the CSI Staff in 2011, but has been “family” her whole life. She comes to us with over 5 years in the Customer Service/Retail industry at supervisory positions. She is efficient and organized, from the time the patient walks in the door to the time they leave. Kristina brings smiles and energy to the office and the patients of CSI. She is well versed in Chiropractic and Patient Care. She currently resides in Simi Valley.
Certified Pilates Instructor, Certified Personal Trainer,
MP6 Suspension Training Certified,
Chiropractic Performance Center
Amanda graduated from Sacramento State University with a BA in Family and Consumer Sciences- Nutrition and Food. She is certified through The National Academy of Sports Medicine, MP6 Certification, and has a Comprehensive Pilates Instructor certification through Balance Body University. Amanda has over 10 years’ experience as a Personal Fitness Trainer and 3 years’ experience as a Comprehensive Pilates Instructor
Amanda works with a variety of clientele from fat loss and athletes, to injured and special needs. She teaches small group Pilates sessions and private training sessions, making the class personalized for each person’s needs and goals.
Amanda moved to Southern California 5 1/2yrs ago from Northern California and currently lives in Newbury Park with her husband. She spends her free time hiking, running, kickboxing, snowboarding, golfing, trying to play tennis, baking, shopping, and reading. Amanda and her husband have a son and live in Newbury Park.
Kineseiologist, Rehabilitation Specialist,
Chiropractic Sports Institute
Aaron Schneider is a graduate of CSUN in 2010 with a BS in Kinesiology, specializing in Exercise Physiology and Biomechanics. For the past year he has worked as an aide to a physical therapist doing post-surgical, pre-surgical, and non-surgical injury rehabilitation with an emphasis on Pilates and core stabilization. He competed as a Division 1 volleyball player at CSUN before spending 4 years racing as an elite cyclist. Aaron has been an athlete his whole life, playing everything from soccer and basketball, to golf and volleyball, and even hockey. He has firsthand experience pushing the human body (physically and mentally), and knowledge of its ability to recover from injuries. He is pursuing Osteopathic Medical School and hopes to start in the fall of 2013. He wishes to become a family practitioner and also work with athletes, focusing on nutrition and holistic healing; including Physical Therapy, Massage, Chiropractic, and Acupuncture.
Aaron believes in a balance of “do as I do” and “do as I say”. For that reason, he maintains a healthy mind and body by sticking to a Paleo/Primal nutrition plan, weight lifting, sprinting, hiking, cycling, yoga, Pilates, and meditation. It is important to play and have fun, and he incorporates that thought into everything he does. He studies all forms of healing, from modern medicine to ancient Chinese practices, and stays up to date with current literature.
Our rehabilitation programs are personalized and they not only focus on regaining function to the injured site, they include strengthening the entire body (especially the core), increasing stability and mobility of the joints, visualization and breathing techniques, and nutritional guidelines for optimal recovery. We use a combination of free weights, suspension training, proprioception training, and Pilates. Chiropractic care is at the core of our program and will supplement the rehabilitation. Our goal for each person is to leave the program stronger than they were before the injury.
CSI's Therapy Dog
Many patients have come to the office and seen Bailey. She is Dr. Terry's dog but has been a calming presence for many patients young and old! Come by and visit with Bailey....she loves to be around people.