Dr. Gene Pritchett is a 1991 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic where he was the Valedictorian. He has always had a strong interest in Sport medicine and is quite athletic himself. In 2006 he rode his bicycle coast to coast from Newport Beach to Savannah Georgia. In 2015 he hiked Rim to Rim to Rim across the Grand Canyon in 2 days. (Well, he's actually done this a half dozen times now). In 2019 he hiked to the summit of Mount Whitney, the highest point in the contiguous 48 states.
He is active with Vandenberg Village Rotary where is a 2 time Past President and past Treasurer. He loves making up meetings whenever they travel. He is also Past President of the Lompoc Valley Bicycle Club and is currently active with the Village Dirtbags mountain bike club.
Our Wonderful Team
What an Incredible group of Friendly, Warm Hearted people work at the office! You can tell from the moment you call, they truly care about what is best for you.
Our Old House
Our old house is quite a Historical Structure. Originally built sometime around the turn of the century, it was the home of Doc Bryson-Lompoc's First Chiropractor!! It is always fun to have one his patients come to the office and tell us the stories of being adjusted there.
The office has 3 adjusting rooms with each having an adjusting table for all sizes and shapes, we have one special table that adapts for pregnant women, we've adjusted ladies up to their due date! There is also a therapy suite with 2 intersegmental traction tables and 2 tables for electrical muscle stim therapy. And of course there is always a pot of coffee for those who like to sit and visit!
Chiropractic Care in our Office
Some say we are a bit "Old School", in that Dr. Gene is primarily a "hands on" adjuster and practices traditional Chiropractic Care as he was taught at Palmer Chiropractic College. Also, he completed a one year program in Sport Medicine where he learned to utilize various therapy techniques to enhance the adjustments. We go the extra mile with Myofascial Therapy, traction, electrical muscle stim, active and passive stretching and taking the time to teach proper exercises and stretching that are an important part of long term healing and wellness.
Monday 8-12 and 2-5:30
Tuesday 8-12 and 2-5:00
Wednesday 8-12 and 2-6:00
Thursday 8-12 and 2-5:00