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  • Mission

  • To be the Southbay's leader in multidisciplinary medicine.
  • To offer our patients a one stop shop offering:
  • Physical Medicine, Chiropractic, Physical Therapy, Rehab and Massage Therapy
  • To remain most current with advancement in natural treatment options for our patients.
  • To offer the best quality care to our community with a holistic first mind set.

Dr. Dave Carry

Dr. Dave Carry is grew up in a family of health care providers. It came natural for him to seek a profession where he could help people. During his undergraduate studies Dr. Dave became more and more interested in a more natural approach to healing. Chiropractic became a perfect fit because he could help people feel better and recover from injuries with a more holistic approach. Dr. Dave has always been interested in technology and is always studying to find more advanced and effective treatment options for his patients. The result is patients get better faster.

Dr. Dave is the founder of Goodlife. Over the years he has recruited and assembled an all-star team of health care providers.

Dr. Carry is available for appointments at our Redondo Beach location.


Dr. Amanda Stanuszek

Dr. Amanda Stanuszek is a graduate of Los Angeles College of Chiropractic.She is originally from Saginaw, Michigan and has also resided in Chicago,Illinois. She has a strong focus on nutrition and fitness, that ties into her overall wellness with chiropractic care. She is eager to educate and help anyone she can. She has traveled to Bolivia to lend her services to the less fortunate there and looks forward to many more enlightening experiences. Dr. Amanda currently treats patients out of both Redondo Beach and El Segundo locations.

Dr George

Dr George Kosmides has been in active practice since 1991 and moved to Redondo Beach, California with his family in 2015. On top of talented chiropractic skills, Dr. George bring a wealth of nutritional knowledge to the practice. He is a published author and natural remedies to reversing Diabetes. Dr. George works primarily out of our Redondo Beach location.

Dr. Tyler Clark

Dr. Clark graduated from the Los Angeles Chiropractic College (LACC) at the top of his class, receiving the honor of valedictorian. Growing up around the health care industry with his mother being a nurse, Dr. Clark became interested in the medical field from a young age. After he experienced the benefits of chiropractic following a high school football injury, he was amazed at what was possible through natural care and adjustments as opposed to prescription drugs and spinal surgery. Dr. Clark treats patients at our Redondo Beach location.

Dr. Mathew Deville

Dr. Deville's primary goal is to get you feeling better quickly. Being a California Board certified X Ray operator and supervisor Dr. Mathew DeVille can find the root cause of many pain causing condition and treat them appropriately. Dr. DeVille has worked with neurologists, orthopedists first handedly, so we his familiar with managing and treating a gamete of injuries and neurologic conditions. We are dedicated to promoting wellness and health education in each one of our patients.

Dr. Mathew DeVille attended Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles for his undergraduate studies before doing his Chiropractic training at Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose, California. His love for the Southbay brought him back after graduating as a Doctor of Chiropractic and he currently lives in Manhattan Beach. He is trained as a sports chiropractor and has worked with various fitness facilities, sports camps, and athletic events to promote the benefits of chiropractic, postural corrections and rehabilitation programs. Dr. Deville works out of our El Segundo Location

Physical Thearpy Massage

Don't operate, regenerate!

Stem cell regeneration therapy is a groundbreaking new therapy option for people with different kinds of joint, muscle and cartilage injuries and pain. Before you enter the operating table, think about trying to regenerate the damaged tissue through stem cell therapy injections. This technology can help you avoid surgery and everything that goes with it (anesthesia, physical therapy, etc.). Below are some of the benefits of stem cell regenerative therapy and why you should try it before going under the knife.

Disclaimer

Stem cell regeneration therapy utilizes amniotic stem cells that DO NOT derive from an embryo, but from the amniotic sac. The extraction process is called amniocentesis and does not harm the embryo at all. These cells can also be extracted from amniotic fluid as well. This is a non-controversial and non-harmful way to unleash the power of stem cells.

How does stem cell therapy work?

The human body is composed of billions of cells that come together to form the different organs and tissues in the body. Everything from bone to muscle to organs are made up of different cells in the body. These cells are constantly going through a regenerative and degenerative process. The regenerative cells are derived from stem cells. Stem cells possess the ability to duplicate other cells when they are mixed with them. This means that if you have structural or degenerative damage in your knee, stem cells introduced to the area will join with the other knee cells to regenerate or rebuild the damaged area. These cells will streamline the healing process and help patients recover rapidly from serious injuries, without going under the knife.

Stem cell therapy is a minimal pain (only the prick of a needle) and completely non-invasive alternative to regular surgery. Stem cell injections are made in the area of need, using a monitoring process to ensure that stem cells reach the area most in need of regeneration. Simple shots can begin to rebuild the area and return normal function, mobility and comfort levels to the patient.

Stem cells are being used every day to replace invasive and surgical procedures and to rebuild instead of repair. The results are quicker, longer lasting and less prone to re-injury.


How are stem cells better than surgery?

While some extreme cases may still require surgery, the majority of stem cell therapy patients can return to a normal life shortly after the conclusion of the injections.

Once a patient undergoes extensive stem cell injections as part of the regenerative therapy program, the patient will begin to see the results. A typical patient is able to return to normal activity shortly after the therapy is completed. This means that patients do not have to deal with anesthesia. They also do not have to suffer through a long and intensive rehabilitation process. This therapy can often take months - with multiple sessions per week - before the patient begins to return to normal. The stem cell therapy will restore strength, mobility, range-of-motion and return the affected area to all of the normal functions.

Finally, stem cell therapy helps people avoid all of the dangers surgery, including infection, blood clots and organ failure due to invasive procedures.

Don't risk the long, arduous and dangerous road of surgery. Try regenerative stem cell therapy and start feeling better.

What can stem cell therapy treat?

Treating injuries with stem cell therapy can help you avoid dangerous and invasive surgery, but what injuries does stem cell regenerative therapy treat?

  1. Knee injuries (MCL, ACL, PCL or LCL sprains or tears
  2. Arthritis/Osteoarthritis
  3. Hip or Labral Tears
  4. Shoulder damage (rotator cuff, tendinitis in the shoulder)
  5. Chronic Neck Pain
  6. Wrist, Elbow and Ankle damage and pain
  7. Achilles
  8. Foot pain
  9. Planar Fasciitis
  10. Lower back pain
  11. Bone fractures that don't heal
  12. Pain derived from diabetes

Essentially, if you have damage to a ligament or lingering pain to a specific area of your body, stem cell therapy can help. It is the best non-invasive regenerative therapy available and a groundbreaking advancement.

Stem Cell Therapy

Don't operate, regenerate!

Stem cell regeneration therapy is a groundbreaking new therapy option for people with different kinds of joint, muscle and cartilage injuries and pain. Before you enter the operating table, think about trying to regenerate the damaged tissue through stem cell therapy injections. This technology can help you avoid surgery and everything that goes with it (anesthesia, physical therapy, etc.). Below are some of the benefits of stem cell regenerative therapy and why you should try it before going under the knife.

Disclaimer

Stem cell regeneration therapy utilizes amniotic stem cells that DO NOT derive from an embryo, but from the amniotic sac. The extraction process is called amniocentesis and does not harm the embryo at all. These cells can also be extracted from amniotic fluid as well. This is a non-controversial and non-harmful way to unleash the power of stem cells.

How does stem cell therapy work?

The human body is composed of billions of cells that come together to form the different organs and tissues in the body. Everything from bone to muscle to organs are made up of different cells in the body. These cells are constantly going through a regenerative and degenerative process. The regenerative cells are derived from stem cells. Stem cells possess the ability to duplicate other cells when they are mixed with them. This means that if you have structural or degenerative damage in your knee, stem cells introduced to the area will join with the other knee cells to regenerate or rebuild the damaged area. These cells will streamline the healing process and help patients recover rapidly from serious injuries, without going under the knife.

Stem cell therapy is a minimal pain (only the prick of a needle) and completely non-invasive alternative to regular surgery. Stem cell injections are made in the area of need, using a monitoring process to ensure that stem cells reach the area most in need of regeneration. Simple shots can begin to rebuild the area and return normal function, mobility and comfort levels to the patient.

Stem cells are being used every day to replace invasive and surgical procedures and to rebuild instead of repair. The results are quicker, longer lasting and less prone to re-injury.


How are stem cells better than surgery?

While some extreme cases may still require surgery, the majority of stem cell therapy patients can return to a normal life shortly after the conclusion of the injections.

Once a patient undergoes extensive stem cell injections as part of the regenerative therapy program, the patient will begin to see the results. A typical patient is able to return to normal activity shortly after the therapy is completed. This means that patients do not have to deal with anesthesia. They also do not have to suffer through a long and intensive rehabilitation process. This therapy can often take months - with multiple sessions per week - before the patient begins to return to normal. The stem cell therapy will restore strength, mobility, range-of-motion and return the affected area to all of the normal functions.

Finally, stem cell therapy helps people avoid all of the dangers surgery, including infection, blood clots and organ failure due to invasive procedures.

Don't risk the long, arduous and dangerous road of surgery. Try regenerative stem cell therapy and start feeling better.

What can stem cell therapy treat?

Treating injuries with stem cell therapy can help you avoid dangerous and invasive surgery, but what injuries does stem cell regenerative therapy treat?

  1. Knee injuries (MCL, ACL, PCL or LCL sprains or tears
  2. Arthritis/Osteoarthritis
  3. Hip or Labral Tears
  4. Shoulder damage (rotator cuff, tendinitis in the shoulder)
  5. Chronic Neck Pain
  6. Wrist, Elbow and Ankle damage and pain
  7. Achilles
  8. Foot pain
  9. Planar Fasciitis
  10. Lower back pain
  11. Bone fractures that don't heal
  12. Pain derived from diabetes

Essentially, if you have damage to a ligament or lingering pain to a specific area of your body, stem cell therapy can help. It is the best non-invasive regenerative therapy available and a groundbreaking advancement.