At Synapse Chiropractic, it is our goal to help patients and their families achieve optimal health. It is our mission to equip our community with better health strategies. Chiropractic is a drug-free health care solution that allows the body to heal itself by allowing the nervous system to function better. When nerve interference, known to cause chronic problems, is removed with gentle chiropractic adjustments it can restore healthy cell metabolism, organ function, along with mental and physical well-being. According to research, that means more energy, better movement, and a stronger immune system for you! More and more families are choosing chiropractic care because no one is ever too young or too old to obtain a healthy nervous system. Healing takes place from the “inside-out,” and that begins with a healthy nervous system!
What is a Synapse? In the body, a synapse is a region where nerve impulses are transmitted and received. We see our practice as the Synapse in which healing flows when we are reconnecting mind and body. We take a holistic approach to your health by empowering, inspiring, and unleashing your full potential!
Dr. Ranvir Sahota
Dr. Ranvir Sahota was born in Hayward, CA and raised in Seattle, WA. He received his doctor of chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose, CA. Prior to starting Synapse Chiropractic he practiced at Southcenter Chiropractic, one of the longest running chiropractic clinics in Washington State. Dr. Sahota has extensive post-graduate training in corrective care, pediatrics, and pregnant women. His knowledge and experience with pregnant women and children allow him to provide the highest quality care. He has had extensive training and is a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. He is also certified in Websters Technique, the International College of Applied Kinesiology and utilizes Torque Release Technique. Dr. Sahota is passionate about educating and supporting families in his community through specific chiropractic care so that babies, children, and adults may live a life of greater health.