Meet Dr. Kebby
I’m a lifetime health enthusiast with a passion for fitness, the outdoors and natural health. I have an associate’s degree in Science and a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College. I am also certified in Webster and Bio Cranial technique which are more specialized services that are difficult to find locally.
In addition to offering a broader scope of chiropractic care, I spend a lot of one-on-one time with my patients in teaching therapeutic exercises so you can manage your recovery and health. By educating patients that the body is capable of healing itself and showing you what you can do to make that happen, it’s possible to maximize health benefits.
There are tools and methods that can be implemented into daily life. Small changes can make a big difference leading to better overall health.
When you are feeling your best, life here in the foothills of Northern California offers so many activities to enjoy. Think of playing a round of golf without that twinge in your back slowing down your swing, hiking to mountain tops, camping in comfort because your back is not hurting and your knees don’t feel like they are breaking down. When you are in good health, you don’t become winded just walking up to the chairlift or riding through the forest on your favorite bike.
Living in the Northern California foothills affords me the opportunity raise, train and ride my own horses. Fortunately, my wife, Mary, is an expert horsewoman and an adventurer too.
Mary is a top producing real estate agent with Network Real Estate here in Grass Valley. Incorporating our full time professions, community involvement, family, friends and outdoor activities requires a lot of organization. We make sure we can enjoy the wonders of our area.
My practice could not run without Sarah, our caring office manager. She is the first person you meet when you walk through the door. Her dedication to all of our patients is one of the reasons we are able to help so many people.
When you come in for a Saturday appointment, you will be met by Sarah’s helper and one of my best friends, Oscar. Oscar and I spend Saturday mornings at the office for those of you who are not able to come in Tuesday through Friday. He has become our mascot and official greeter. A pat on the head is all he asks.