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Chiropractor Woodland Hills

At The Joint …the chiropractic place, there are no appointments and no hidden fees. As your local chiropractor in Woodland Hills, we’re at 23333 Mulholland Drive providing affordable chiropractic services every day. Be sure to stop in and find out how The Joint is making it easier than ever to put your chiropractic health first. Whether you’re suffering from whiplash, a sports injury or need a general chiropractic adjustment, we can help.

  • Convenient hours
  • Convenient locations
  • No appointment necessary
  • Membership rates as low as $12.25 per adjustment
  • Our chiropractors are professional licensed doctors of chiropractic

Our Chiropractor

A picture of James Van Grinsven, D.C. at The Joint in Woodlandhills, CAMeet Dr. James Van Grinsven:

Dr. James Van Grinsven was born and raised in southern California and graduated from CSUN in 1984 with a degree in biology. Afterwards, he went to Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, earning his doctorate degree with a Summa Cum Laude honor. Since that time, he has been in practice for over 25 years, treating patients all the while raising 4 children, 2 boys and 2 girls. Along the way, he has practiced in conjunction with other physicians including orthopedists, neurologists and pain management specialists. His passion remains strong with chiropractic from the day he graduated until today.

He has continued his quest for knowledge over the years and has taught his skill at the post graduate level to other chiropractors in the state of California. “Dr. Van” has seen many changes in the profession as well as its perception by the public. He believes in the approach that it is easier to maintain health than it is to regain it with drugs or surgery. Hobbies that he enjoys include the outdoors such as camping, traveling and following his kids’ college teams in volleyball and basketball.

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