Robert Fife’s bio

Dr. Robert Fife

Doctor of Chiropractic


Dr. Fife’s upbringing as a highly competitive athlete drove him to a career in sports and health.

At California State University Chico he studied Exercise Physiology and Nutrition. While there

he interned in the University’s training room specializing in the care for those having suffered

spinal cord injuries. This experience had a profound impact on him which lead him to continue

his education in the health care field.

He went on to receive his chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San

Jose, where he was an active participant and board member in the school’s prestigious Sports

Council, which offers medical and chiropractic care to professional, semi-pro, and amateur

athletes in events across Northern California and beyond.

His favorite events included the

Ironman World Championships Kona, Hawaii; the Sea Otter Classic biking event is Laguna

Seca, Monterey; and the National Senior Games at Stanford University.

After graduation, he continued his education by expanding his focus on current rehabilitation

methods and performance movement techniques. In addition to a standard chiropractic

adjustments, some techniques used during a typical treatment with Dr. Fife include Myofascial

Release Technique, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization, Trigger Point Therapy,

RockTape, and Selective Functional Movement Assessments or Biomechanics Evaluation. These

techniques allow for not simply an elimination of pain symptoms, but treatment of the root cause

of the problem, allowing for a return to function in optimal time.



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