Brett Lemire DC, CSCS, BS-OMT
Dr. Brett has been passionately helping patients since graduating from Palmer College of Chiropractic- West in 1989. Over the past 30 years, he has sought out specialized training from leading authorities in the field of manual therapy of rehabilitative science. His integration of traditional chiropractic with reflex locomotion, soft tissue therapy and advanced stabilization techniques allows for better outcomes for patients suffering with acute and chronic musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction.
Dr. Brett 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 Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
He most recently (July 2021) earned his Bachelor’s degree in Osteopathic Manual Therapy which allows him to provide a broader scope of treatment to more complex neuromusculoskeletal conditions.
Dr. Brett is an avid swimmer and also a long time (25 years plus!) coach for the Laguna Creek Gators Swim Team and certified USA swim coach. He has been married to his wife and business partner, Nancy Lemire D.C. since 1992 and they have 2 sons. In his free time, he enjoys swimming, staying fit, weight training, hiking, fishing and keeping up with the latest advances in manual medicine.
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Nancy Lemire, D.C.
Dr. Nancy Lemire has been a licensed Chiropractor since 1991. She initially earned a Bachelor of Science B.S. in Nutrition with a minor in Physical Fitness from the University of Rhode Island. After graduation, she headed to California to work for her sister, also a Chiropractor. While working in her clinic as a front desk receptionist, she caught the “bug” and decided to go to Chiropractic college herself. While attending Palmer- West Chiropractic College, she met Dr. Brett, who was a few semesters ahead of her. Their common interests in running and biking as well as the sharing the demands of Chiropractic college, made their relationship enjoyable and lasting. Dr. Nancy graduated at the top of her class in 1990 and headed up to Sacramento to continue their life together. They married in 1992 and have 2 sons.
The Lemires have worked together now for over 30 years. They have consistently grown their practice to include other complementary and effective therapeutic services. The combination of their individual strengths has helped them create a health and wellness clinic that provides high quality care under one roof.
Dr. Nancy’s areas of focus include teaching postural awareness and correction, foam rolling for uprighting and limbering, corrective exercise and the use of cold lasers (low level light therapy) to promote reduction of pain, edema and inflammation and faster healing. She loves helping people feel, move and age better. Like Dr. Brett, she knows the importance of moving well and often throughout our lives to maintain health and wellness. She enjoys educating and motivating patients to take action.
Mark Lemire D.C.
Dr. Mark is a 1986 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic-West. The founding director of Universal Chiropractic in 1988, he specializes in family practice and sports injury and rehabilitation. As a former 9-time NCAA All-American and Hall of Fame swimmer, he utilizes his athletic experiences to better relate to and treat patients of all ages and his broad range knowledge base is essential to the evaluation and treatment of a vast array of injuries and dysfunctions of the neuromusculoskeletal system.
In 1997, Dr. Mark moved to north San Diego to continue in practice and spend time raising his 4 children. Fortunately for us, he returned in June 2020 to help Lemire Chiropractic Spine & Sport Inc better serve the Elk Grove/Sacramento region with high quality effective conservative care.
Dr. Mark is a true Renaissance man. In his free time, he enjoys wood work, gardening, cooking, playing the guitar and piano and riding his motorcycle.