We at CSI would love to welcome our Newest Doctor to join our staff, Dr Heather White. Below is her Professional Summary. If you or someone you love needs a great female Doctor, Dr. Heather is amazing. Come by and meet the newest member of the CSI family.
I received my Doctor of Chiropractic at Southern California University of Health Sciences in 2005. Licensed in California and in Colorado, I began my practice in Westlake Village at Body Logic Chiropractic and Sports Therapy before moving to Colorado and joining the staff at Lone Tree Chiropractic & Natural Health Center.
I have specialized in sports performance and rehabilitation in addition to family chiropractic care since
graduating in 2005. While in Colorado, I had the opportunity to become certified in Dry Needling Technique
which has been a great asset to the treatment of athletes.
I am excited to announce that I will be returning to the Westlake area in late August and joining Dr Terry
Weyman and the wonderful team at Chiropractic Sports Institute.
Graston Technique Certified
Dry Needling Certified
Injury & Pain Management
Sports Performance Care
Dry Needling Certified Level 2
Active Performance System Certified
July 2010 to Current
Lone Tree Chiropractic – Lone Tree, CO
I offered the highest level of result-oriented treatment, with my focus on the patients overall health and wellness. Lone Tree Chiropractic was the Official Chiropractic Team for the Denver Broncos
June 2005 to January 2009
Body Logic Chiropractic and Sports Therapy – Westlake Village, CA
During my time at Body Logic I gained a wealth of knowledge on sports injuries and prevention, in addition to the treatment protocol and rehabilitation needed to get the athlete back to play.
Education and Training
Doctorate of Chiropractic : Chiropractic, 2005
Southern California University of Health Sciences – Whittier, CA, USA
Graduated Summa Cum Laude
Bachelor of Science : Physiology, 2002
UCSB – Santa Barbara, CA, USA
Academic Achievement Award: Dean’s List
We again, welcome Dr. Heather White to the team. She is available for appointments starting Sept 2, 2014 for more information contact her at the office at 805-371-0737
This is a question many people ask all the time. Even some Doctors (both DC and MD) don’t know the answer and some even will argue the point. Why? Both DCs and MDs are on sidelines of Professional Sports teams, share responsibilities at the Olympics and are working in the training rooms of Major Universities working side by side. What do they know that the average person doesn’t? The answer, each Doctor has a DIFFERENT job or responsibility, and when they work together, the Athlete heals faster.
By Dr. Terry Weyman
So last week a patient of mine came in with a feeling of fatigue, heavy legs from training and soreness in his legs and lower back. He has been working hard to get ready for his summer racing season and was feeling a little discouraged. At first he thought his equipment was getting tired but after spending over a thousand dollars on up grades his scores did not change. I finally had to tell him, “did you look at your body and what you need to do different?”