Dr. Philip S. Rosen, DC
Doctor of Chiropractic
Dr. Rosen graduated from Cleveland Chiropractic College in April 1995 and completed my postgraduate training in nutrition in 1997. He has certification in Chiropractic Foot Care, 1998.
He has been in practice since August of 1995 in the city of Tarzana. Dr. Rosen practice is based on the principle that the primary cause of all disease can be related to fixations and interruptions of normal tone -- nerves too tense or too slack.
His goals are to provide a unique health care office specializing in getting patients well without drugs, through chiropractic, physical therapy, exercise activities and patient education. He teaches patients how their body works and how to take care of it outside of his office. He strives to correct a person's health problems, but also to educate and enlighten people so that they do not encounter similar problems in the future. His practice is not limited to adults.
He also teaches schoolchildren about the spine. How important the maintenance of a healthy spine is to their overall health. Care of the spine cannot begin too early in life. Just as wellness and longevity is in large part determined by the health of the adult spine, so is it important to the child's spine. The children receives a gentle spinal adjustment that will improve their posture, restore any nerve imbalances, and generally improve their health.
His practice emphasizes the treatment of a variety of conditions, from chronic low back and neck pains to active rehabilitation following an injury. Another major aspect of Dr. Rosen’s practice is the treatment of foot, posture and muscle imbalances.
He takes pride in working with individuals who are interested in getting rid of muscle tension and tightness and in increasing their flexibility. To help accomplish this, he uses his chiropractic skills as well as CranioSacral Therapy, somatic therapy, trigger point treatments and a variety of stretching and strengthening exercises. He assists his patients with clinical nutritional supplements and he can provide information about improving diet, creating a healthier workplace, and increasing the overall quality of health and wellness.
Pain relief is important but it is only part of getting well. Regaining or increasing your overall health following any accident or learning to reduce and control your pain by taking active control of your actions is at the center of his focus.
No one can guarantee that every patient will regain 100% wellness. But, with his approach of getting the patient involved and active, Dr. Rosen has a high success rate.