Dr. Richard Belli is a 1984 Magna Cum Laude graduate of Life Chiropractic College - West. He also holds a diplomate degree in chiropractic neurology from Logan Chiropractic College. In addition, he has also attended over 1000 hours of applied kinesiology courses and is board certified in Professional Applied Kinesiology. Dr. Belli is certified in Functional Diagnostic Medicine, and has also completed graduate studies in nutritional biochemistry and exercise physiology. He holds a B.A. degree from California State University, Sacramento and a State of California teaching credential. Dr. Belli has been a member of the International College of Applied Kinesiology for over 25 years. More notably, he has also been a featured speaker at the ICAK national convention on several occasions. He served as chair of the ICAK neurology committee and as at-large-board-member for several years. His publishing’s include numerous papers on applied kinesiology treatment methods, as well as a column for the ICAK news update entitled “The Neurology Corner”, and is published in the official applied kinesiology text, “Applied Kinesiology Synopsis 2nd Edition” by Dr. David Walther. Dr. Belli has developed, and is continually developing one of the most advanced applied kinesiology treatment systems in the world. Treatment methods he has developed are being and have been taught around the world by AK greats such as the late Dr. George Goodheart, and currently by Drs. Walter Schmitt, Michael Allen and others. Dr. Belli has coached football, track and is also an expert in physical fitness and strength training. He has worked with world class professional and amateur runners, cyclists, and triathletes. Dr. Belli’s advanced treatment methods that consist of the fusion of applied kinesiology, chiropractic neurology and functional medicine, have allowed him to effectively specialize in difficult cases of chronic pain and physiological dysfunction. He has dedicated his career to learning and developing the most advanced treatment techniques and staying at the leading edge of the art. Currently, Dr. Belli is pursuing board certification in clinical neurochemistry, providing him with further knowledge in evaluation of brain chemistry disorders.
Dr. Randall March practices chiropractic with a blend of chiropractic neurology, Applied Kinesiology, and functional diagnostic medicine. Dr. March is a Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board, maintaining active status by completing a rigorous yearly re-credentialing program. He is a member of the U.S.A. Chapter of the International College of Applied Kinesiology and has completed hundreds of hours in training for this chiropractic discipline. He is also educated in Functional Medicine, a holistic approach using medical tests such as blood laboratory and urinalysis results to determine the appropriate approach to patients, having completed two separate 300 hour courses. He is currently enrolled in a 150 hour course in Neurochemistry and Neuroimmunology through the Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies. Dr. March uses these tools to approach each patient’s individual problems from several directions, yielding great results with many patients who have had little success elsewhere.
Dr. March attended Life Chiropractic College-West in Hayward, CA, where he graduated with top honors. He completed post-graduate studies in chiropractic neurology at the University of Southern California and University of San Francisco in conjunction with Logan Chiropractic College in St. Louis, Missouri. His education in neurology continues with over 30 hours per year required to maintain active status with the board. He has published several articles in professional journals.
Dr. March is a Qualified Medical Evaluator appointed by the State of California and performs many examinations each year for injured workers in the Worker’s Compensation system. He is also an expert witness, testifying in court in behalf of injured persons. He specializes in the treatment of work-related and personal injuries. He is well known in the chiropractic community and frequently called upon by colleagues to perform second opinion evaluations. He also does minimally invasive electrodiagnostic testing for such conditions as carpal tunnel syndrome.
Dr. March’s goal is to provide cutting-edge treatment, including nutritional approaches, to aid in the recovery of persons who have suffered injuries of any kind and those who have had minimal or no results with the traditional medical approach to their health problems.
Dr. Robles graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic West. She is a family wellness practitioner with a special focus on the unique needs of children and pregnant women. Her ability to incorporate various techniques in a gentle and caring manner has earned her an outstanding reputation with her patients. Dr. Robles has completed numerous post graduate courses in advanced techniques, applicable to both children and adults.
Dr. Langsam graduated from Life Chiropractic College - West.