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meet_01_drbrettcompressed.JPGBrett J. Lemire, DC, CSCS


Dr. Brett is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic-West and has been a practicing chiropractor specializing in manual therapy and rehabilitative exercise since 1989.   Over the last 30 years, Dr. Lemire has been driven to improve the effectiveness of the care he provides to his patients.  He has sought out specialized training from leading authorities in the field of manual therapy and rehabilitative sciences. His integration of traditional manual therapy (chiropractic) with reflex locomotion, soft-tissue therapy and advance stabilization techniques have allowed for better outcomes for patients suffering with acute and chronic musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction.

He has over 500 hours of post-graduate training through Southern California Health Sciences University with emphasis on diagnosis and treatment of functional pathologies of the locomotor system.  He is currently board eligible as a diplomat through the American Chiropractic Rehabilitation Board.   Additionally, Dr. Lemire is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.

Come check out Dr. Brett's Caring Bridge Journal

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Nancy L. Lemire, DC

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meet_02_drong.jpgNelson S. Ong, DC


Born and raised in Sacramento, California, Dr. Nelson S. Ong was first introduced to chiropractic in 1992 while working as a chiropractic assistant at Universal Chiropractic Center. That same year, he was involved in a motor vehicle accident and became a chiropractic patient himself. Chiropractic care helped him maintain his ability to pole-vault, weight train, swim and wrestle. He continued to learn more about the "nuts and bolts" of the human body while working at Sierra Eye and Tissue, recovering tissue from organ donors, before enrolling at Palmer Chiropractic College West in 1998. He graduated in winter 2001 and became a California Board Certified Chiropractor in March 2002.

Dr. Ong practices a blend of techniques that integrates traditional chiropractic care with postural stabilization, rehab and manual therapy techniques developed in the United States, Czech Republic and Canada. He specializes in the treatment of musculo-skeletal and extremity based injuries/conditions while consulting with local businesses on how to reduce job related injuries.

In addition to practicing full time, Dr. Ong remains active volunteering for his community. Sierra College, Palmiter School, North Western Technical College, The Greenhaven Chamber of Commerce, Sacramento Unified School District and The American Cancer Society's Relay for Life are a small list of organizations that he has performed volunteer work for.

Dr. Ong's hobbies include digital photography, computer technology, graphic design and motor sports. He also enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife Katie and their Boys.

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Colton King DC

     Dr. Colton King, D.C. graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic West on December 7, 2017. His pursuit to help others achieve conscious change through movement began with the first step into a gym when he was 18. A year after his first workout, he became a personal trainer and has never stopped learning about human biomechanics since. He went to Humboldt State University to study kinesiology, then began the arduous journey of chiropractic school in 2014.
    Dr. King’s first experience with chiropractic was when he was eight years old. After hurting his neck from wrestling with friends, his mother took him to a chiropractor for his first adjustment. Fast forward ten years later, Dr. King went back to a different chiropractor because he noticed one shoulder was a bit higher than the other. After an initial exam and radiographs, Dr. King found out he had two scoliotic curves in his spine. After six months of regular chiropractic care coupled with home exercises and education, both of his curves were significantly reduced. It was at this time Dr. King knew he wanted to help others learn about themselves and demonstrate that with intentional and focused movement, change is obtainable.

    Aside from his passion for the human frame, Dr. King has played guitar for 17 years, plays competitive paintball, competes in Spartan obstacle course racing, and loves to write science fiction. Dr. King is excited to join Lemire Chiropractic Spine and Sport Inc. where an environment for conscious change is fostered by an understanding of neurology, movement, and a collective of individuals with one goal: to help others achieve the best version of themselves.

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