Executive Express Chiropractic (formerly Front Street Chiropractic) has been practicing Chiropractic in San Francisco since 1992.
Dr. Eben Davis and his team of San Francisco Chiropractic professionals diagnose and treat one-time and chronic musculoskeletal disorders, with programs designed to minimize and alleviate back, neck, arm and wrist pain, as well as sports injuries and whiplash.
Get the relief you need without the wait.
Each patient receives holistic chiropractic care which can include a combination of manual manipulation, adjustment, therapeutic exercise, trigger point therapy, massage therapy, Active Release Techniques (ART), state-of-the-art decompression treatment using DRX9000™, self-care, exercise and nutrition counseling. Our non-surgical techniques are designed to maximize comfort, range-of-motion, mobility and quality-of-life while significantly reducing muscle spasms, nerve irritability and pain.
Executive Express Chiropractic is advantageous for patients managing the pain associated with chronic neck and back pain, slipped or herniated discs, carpal tunnel, pinched nerves, Sciatica, Scoliosis and whiplash, as well as sports injuries and TMJ. Pain relief programs typically include up to 6-12 sessions. Spinal correction plans are available for those who are interested. Our patients decide how much care they need. Sure, we make recommendations based on many years of experience...but there is never any pressure to follow through with recommendations.
To learn more about our highly effective chiropractic care, please call 415-392-2225. For no-wait modern chiropractic service, visit our office in the heart of downtown San Francisco during standard business hours, Monday through Friday between 9:00 AM and 6:00 PM or Saturdays by appointment.
At Executive Express Chiropractic, we're doing our part to make the world a better place for future generations. In fact, our new state-of-the-art clinic was designed and built from scratch using 100 percent eco-friendly materials throughout. In our office, we promote and practice waste reduction, reuse and recycling whenever possible, further abstaining from the use of harmful toxic materials.