Dr. Ledia Mati D.C.
Dr. Ledia Mati is a chiropractor licensed by the California Board of Chiropractic Examiners. She received her bachelor’s degree from University of Toronto, specializing in Human Biology and received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in San Jose, California. She is certified in Active Release Technique (ART), and Fascial Movement Taping (Rocktape).
Ledia has dedicated her life to spreading her love of chiropractic in everything she does. While only a student at Palmer Chiropractic college she developed the app Chiroexams to help her fellow students study for their board exams after noticing a huge deficiency in the market. She is now a Lead Acting Professor at Palmer Chiropractic College. Currently, she also works at Apple, which has increased her interest in ergonomics in the modern day workplace.
Dr. Amos Chon D.C.
Dr. Amos Young Won Chon is a second generation Korean American chiropractor graduate from Palmer College of Chiropractic West. He graduated from Southern Adventist University with a bachelor’s degree in biology as well as minors in chemistry and music. Dr. Chon has been interested in the healthcare field since middle school years and has volunteered hundreds of hours at hospitals, nursing homes, visited elderly shut-ins, and homeless shelters. He also had the privilege to serve in Bolivia for six months as a self-supported missionary and served the native American Indians in eastern Montana for a week as a summer bible camp director for young children. Dr. Chon’s first encounter with a chiropractor was when he suffered from severe scoliosis as a child. Not only did the chiropractor help him add another inch to his height, he demonstrated the type of invaluable quality care that chiropractors provide to their patients – for life. His goal today with chiropractic care is to treat the person in a natural and non-invasive method while educating patients with practical and effective knowledge towards living a long, healthy, and happy life. Dr. Chon is a classically trained cellist and actively plays for church services, with local orchestra(s), weddings, recitals, as well as give private lessons. He has toured in China, Korea, Poland, and the United States as a principal cellist and soloist. Dr. Chon is an avid photographer and loves to immerse himself in nature.
Cesar Nuno CMT
Cesar’s been an active individual his whole life. He grew up playing multiple sports including three seasons of basketball, eight seasons of soccer, and seventeen seasons of baseball so he’s well experienced on the aches and pains one can experience from physical activities and stresses of every day life. Exiting high school he knew he wanted a degree where he could combine his knowledge of anatomy, passion for sports and physical activities, and ability to work with his hands and massage therapy happened to be the perfect fit. He graduated from National Holistic Institute of Massage Therapy’s core program in May of 2013 and continued with their advanced neuromuscular program immediately after which he graduated in February of 2014. Here he was educated in eastern and western modalities like Swedish and shiatsu as well as the more advanced therapies like trigger point and tension and release. Cesar found he wanted more out of himself and profession so he decided to further his education and pursue a degree in kinesiology. After graduation he intends on ultimately becoming a physical therapist while also incorporating massage into his practice.[/wc_column][/wc_row]
Joseph Kim CMT
Joseph is a massage therapist who believes the body communicates with the mind. Before deciding to become a Massage Therapist, he accumulated a variety of experience in client services, understanding that communication is one of the most important aspects of any personal interaction. Graduating from National Holistic Institute Core program in January 2016, he continued his education with the Advanced Neuromuscular Training program immediately afterwards finishing in August 2017. There he was trained in modalities such as Swedish and Shiatsu, and finished the program in trigger point therapy with pain referral patterns. While understanding pain and discomfort as warning sensations from the mind, Joseph believes that there is a difference when the pain starts and pain sensations from prolonged imbalance- our bodies will have different reactions depending on what kind of pain is happening. His mission to you is to be the support in growing stronger than the pain, focusing on the body so that the mind can follow.