Dr. Job Asad
Functional Movement Specialist
California Polytechnic University in Pomona
Life Chiropractic Callege West
Trigger Point Therapy
Non Surgical Spinal Decompression
Trigenics Myoneural Medicine
Spinal Stabilization & Strengthening
Exercise & Fitness
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
After practicing along the West Coast from the SF Bay Area to the Seattle Sound for 8 years, I moved back to my stomping grounds of Southern California to serve the San Gabriel Valley.
I knew early on I wanted to help others. I worked with my father from the age of 6, he was a gas station clerk at the time. I was giving people directions, treats and fuel! What drew me into chiropractic was the concept that health starts from within, not from anything supplemental. With that in mind, the potential in balancing the nervous system's function and the body's capability to heal itself is, really, limitless. And to be able to provide that potential almost instantaneously...not many modes of healthcare can provide positive results as quickly as we can with chiropractic care.
I studied Biology at the California Polytechnic University of Pomona. My background is SCIENCE. This is why the techniques and approach we use in the office are practical, sensible, and reproducible. I attended Life Chiropractic College West in Hayward, CA for grad school. I was Student Body Vice President my last term and Production Editor of the school's paper throughout my time there. I volunteered with Mission Trip America(MTA) where I provided the less fortunate with pro-bono care alongside a select group of my colleagues. I try to volunteer as often as possible and am always open to hearing about new opportunities.
In my free time, I MOVE, cook, sleep, and connect with my loved ones. I love long distance running, golfing, lifting, break-dancing, snowboarding, fishing and camping. My main objective and purpose is to help others elevate themselves.