It’s Not Just About Pain, But Wellness and Lifestyle
Duben Holistic Chiropractic Center, founded by Dr. Alan Duben to serve the Westlake Village and surrounding communities with holistic chiropractic health services, is not your typical chiropractic office. Over 3,000 patients in our community have experienced the care of Drs. Duben and Lindsay Erickson, which combines gentle chiropractic services with whole food nutritional supplement support and stress-reducing emotional support using Neuro Emotional Technique (NET).
“Taking the holistic approach means I serve patients at a deeper level which allows me to help them with more than just their aches and pains,” says Dr. Duben. “We approach patient care with the purpose of discovering where and how the patient issues developed and how we can prevent them from having issues in the future. Our experience with building patient health indicates we are doing a lot of good, especially considering that most of our new patients are referred by other satisfied patients.”
Dr. Erickson shares, “My training allows me to approach each case with a triad of techniques that help restore function to a body that may be struggling with a myriad of symptoms. I am truly grateful and humbled to be able to help people to not only feel better but to live fuller lives. I’ve been given a great opportunity to make a difference in people’s lives, so they can then pay forward their good feelings to the people in their life and so on. I love what I do and I don’t see it as work; my practice is my expression of my noble purpose to help people naturally, to help restore their bodies to an optimal functioning level.”
The doctors at Duben Holistic Chiropractic Center serve our community with more than 20 years experience, thousands of cases and 3,000+ hours of extensive training in Applied Kinesiology, Standard Process Whole Food Supplementation and Neuro Emotional Technique.
Learn more at DocDuben.com. Call their office at 805.494.1339 for an appointment with a doctor to address your health-building concerns.