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Welcome to Johnson Ranch Chiropractic! You’ll discover a cheery, clean and friendly practice where you can get on your journey to healing.

The First Visit

Before your consultation and exam, we will ask that you complete some intake forms. The forms also can be emailed to you in advance if you prefer. Once in the office, you’ll be instructed on how to sign in electronically, and we’ll take your picture so we can put a face with your name. We also will ask if you have insurance or if you’ll be paying out of pocket.

Consultation

Dr. Boley will gather some information to determine how best to help you. He’ll ask about the following:

  • Patient history to identify the problem with which you are primarily concerned
  • Other family history
  • Dietary habits
  • Previous types of treatment

He’ll ask other questions that are designed to help determine the nature of your condition.


Examination

An examination is an important tool to help identify the changes that may have led to your health problems. Dr. Boley always performs a thorough assessment that includes taking your vitals. X-rays may also be taken to help him determine what’s wrong.

Please set aside 45 minutes for this first appointment. We recommend that you wear comfortable clothing.


The Second Visit

When you return for your second visit, Dr. Boley will be able to explain your examination and X-ray findings. He’ll then recommend treatment that’s tailored to your condition.

If you’re ready to discover healing and health, we’d love to meet you. Schedule an appointment today!


Contact Us

Contact Us Today

We look forward to hearing from you

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!"
    Regina
  • "Really appreciated being bale to be seen immediately. Thanks."
    Kim
  • "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."
    Monty
  • "Amazing Chiropractor and Staff!!!"
    Lisa
  • "I appreciate the high level of care I received from Dr. Boley and staff."
    Teresa
  • "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."
    Teresa P.
  • "This office is great. Very good customer service."
    James
  • "Dr. Boley is the BEST! I wouldn’t think of going to anybody else."
    Donald

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