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Meet Dr. Charles Boley

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A Desire to Help People

The idea of helping people has always appealed to Dr. Boley greatly. He also wanted to have his own practice.


My goal is to assist patients by providing excellent service so they can reach levels of optimal health.

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A Holistic Approach to Medicine and Business

Mackenzie Myers of The Lincoln View spoke with Dr. Charles Boley in February 2017 regarding his holistic approach to chiropractic care.


If we allow the body to heal itself, it’ll do that the majority of the time. But we’ve got to stop messing it up. The body is a good machine but we’ve got to take care of it


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A Chiropractic Education

Dr. Boley graduated from Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 2001. Prior to becoming a Doctor of Chiropractic, he attended Sonoma State University. Dr. Boley is a member of the California Chiropractic Association.

Outside the Practice

When he’s not at the practice, Dr. Boley enjoys spending time with his wife and their two sons. Always active, this Doctor of Chiropractic likes sports and outdoor activities, particularly hiking.

Passionate about educating his patients and those in the community, Dr. Boley is also actively involved in speaking engagements and seminars.

If you or a loved one would like to put pain in the past and get on the road to health and wellness, contact us today to schedule an examination!


The Doctor of the future will give not medicine, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease.” – Thomas Edison





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Hours of Healing

Call and make your appointment today ! (closed for lunch 12pm to 2 pm)

Monday:

7:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

1:00 pm-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

By Appointment

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Directions

Located on corner of Sierra College and East Roseville Pkwy. Brown Buildings with Red Awnings

Testimonials

Reviews From our Satisfied Patients

  • "Always a good experience!"
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  • "Really appreciated being bale to be seen immediately. Thanks."
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  • "Quick check-in and treatment. Courteous, friendly, and professional staff. Excellent treatment specific to issues and goals. Thank you!"
    Mary
  • "Dr. Boley always does an excellent job."
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  • "Amazing Chiropractor and Staff!!!"
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  • "I appreciate the high level of care I received from Dr. Boley and staff."
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  • "Back pain gone…first time in years… couldn’t be happier."
    Steven
  • "I continue to have great success and would see no other chiropractor. Dr. Boley cares about his patients."
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  • "This office is great. Very good customer service."
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  • "Dr. Boley is the BEST! I wouldn’t think of going to anybody else."
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