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Dr. Lesley Vance

Dr. Lesley Vance was born in Oceanside, CA, but moved to Washington, DC as a child and has lived on the East Coast her entire life.  She is a military spouse and she and her husband lived in Norway for three years preceding their move to Southern California.

Dr. Vance obtained her undergraduate degree magna cum laude from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania where she majored in premedical studies.  She was the president of the Alpha Chi honor society and a member of the Tri-Beta National Honor Society for biology.  It was at a meeting for β β β that Dr. Vance met and interviewed a chiropractor.  She immediately added chiropractic colleges to her wish list schools and, when she was accepted a year later, Dr. Vance chose to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic.  This decision impacted her health and her life to this day.  Chiropractic has also been instrumental in improving the well-being of her family.


Dr. Vance practices the techniques of Diversified, Activator Method and Blair Upper Cervical chiropractic.  She believes in a careful, specific, all-encompassing approach to treatment to maximize safety and results.  Dr. Vance wants optimal health for all her patients.  She believes that true health comes from within and that chiropractic is one of the critical tools to tap into peak vitality and longevity.  Dr. Vance also believes in starting on the path to health as early as possible which is why she loves working with pregnant mothers and newborn children.

Dr. Lesley Vance

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