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Welcome to Shattuck Rose Chiropractic Healing Center

Your Berkeley Chiropractor

For more information or to schedule an appointment with our Berkeley chiropractor, call (510) 719-7210 today!

Welcome to Shattuck Rose Chiropractic Healing Center, and welcome to better health.  As a chiropractor serving Berkeley and the surrounding area, Dr. André Schmitz is excited to be a part of your wellness team. Dr. Schmitz is a board-certified, licensed chiropractor and the founder of our healing center. He is also a Berkeley native who is grateful for the opportunity to help members of his community relieve their pain and reach their wellness goals.

Dr. Schmitz brings a wealth of experience to Shattuck Rose. He was the founder of the Berkeley Integrative Healing Clinic, and he helped establish HIV screening protocol while working for the Department of Public Heath in Berkeley. Dr. Schmitz is dedicated to serving others through the practice of chiropractic medicine. He has traveled with mobile chiropractic clinics in Nicaragua, El Salvador and Costa Rica, bringing aid to families with little or no access to healthcare.

Why Should You Choose Shattuck Rose Chiropractic Healing Center?

Chiropractic care may be best known for its ability to relieve pain without relying on prescription drugs or surgery. Dr. André Schmitz practices holistic chiropractic care, going beyond just pain relief and focusing on the prevention of pain, injury and other ailments. The holistic approach considers each individual’s lifestyle, diet, stressors, body and mind to develop a treatment plan that corrects the source of the problem—not just treat the symptoms. Dr. Schmitz is one Berkeley chiropractor who takes the time to understand each patient’s needs and work with them to reach optimal wellness.

Holistic chiropractic care can help with:

  • Athletic performance
  • Body awareness
  • Headache and migraine
  • Hormonal balance
  • Injury prevention
  • Nervous system function
  • Overall wellness
  • Pain relief (new or chronic)
  • Repetitive use injuries
  • Sciatica
  • Sports injury

What to Expect

During your first visit to the Shattuck Rose Chiropractic Healing Center in Berkeley, Dr. André Schmitz will explain how chiropractic care works. After a complete evaluation, you can discuss whether or not chiropractic solutions can meet your needs. If you decide to move forward with our services, we'll work to customize a plan of care that best supports your immediate and long-term health goals. A combination of spinal alignment and other chiropractic techniques, corrective exercise, lifestyle advice, nutritional counseling and massage therapy can be expected.

If you’re considering chiropractic care for the first time and would like to know more, please Email Us or call (510) 719-7210 to receive answers from our experienced team. We welcome referrals at Shattuck Rose Chiropractic Healing Center, and invite you to use the “Send to a Friend” link to share our chiropractic and wellness information with your friends and loved ones.

To stay informed about the latest in chiropractic care, subscribe to our free bi-weekly newsletter, even if you’re not a patient. Patients of Dr. Schmitz’ are encouraged to stop by our office—conveniently located near the Berkeley Farmers Market—and visit the member wellness zone where they can take learn more about free healthcare resources.

Dr. Andre Schmitz
Berkeley Chiropractor | Shattuck Rose Chiropractic Healing Center | (510) 719-7210

1400 Shattuck AveSuite 10
Berkeley, CA 94709

Testimonial

Review By Our Satisfied Patient

  • "I have been going to Chiropractors for 15 years and having lived all over the world, I have seen my fair share of chiros. Andre is hands down one of the best I have ever been to.
    Currently ranking #1 on my Chiro of choice list :)"
    - Mish V. / Berkeley, CA

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