Meet Our Doctors

Dr. Diane Grant 

Dr. Diane Grant has practiced in the Lakewood and Long Beach area since 1993. Her education consists of an Associate Degree from Mt. San Antonio College, a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Biology and a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 1993. She was on the Deans List and was awarded the American Chiropractic Association’s Senior of the Year award. She was also active in the Sports Injury Council while at LACC. Dr. Grant continues her education by taking several post graduate classes yearly in the areas of Sports Injuries, Nutrition, Women's Issues like pregnancy and menopause, and Family Wellness.

She opened Chiropractic, Massage, & Nutrition in 1997, and has been growing ever since! Dr. Grant is active in the Lakewood area through the Chamber of Commerce and Lakewood Leads club.

In addition to being a Chiropractor, Dr. Grant is a wife and mother of 5 children. She is involved in coaching and helping with their baseball, football, and soccer teams, as well as other school and church activities. She is an avid skier, and enjoys playing  softball, and rollerblading. She is dedicated to exercise, nutrition, and good health, Naturally!

Dr. Hovanes Gezalian

Dr. Hovanes Gezalian graduated from Southern California University of Health Sciences.  He specializes in sports injuries and has developed expertise in soft tissue techniques including Graston and Kinesio taping.  He is active in the community and enjoys working out and playing ice hockey.  He enjoys coaching people to better health with exercise and chiropractic care.

Health Articles

Vaginal Birth of Twins After Prior Caesarean with Chiropractic Care
Vaginal Birth of Twins After Prior Caesarean with Chiropractic Care
On November 5, 2018, the Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health published the results of a case study documenting the successful vaginal birth of twins in a woman undergoing chiropractic care, who had previously had a cesarean birth. . . .
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Toe Walking and Feeding Difficulties Resolved Following Chiropractic
Toe Walking and Feeding Difficulties Resolved Following Chiropractic
A case study published on September 13, 2018, in the Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health documents the improvement of a 15-month-old child who was suffering with toe-walking and feeding problems. Toe walking is not considered a medical issue by itself under the age of two years. However, above . . .
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Neck Curvature and Autonomic Nervous Function Improved Under Chiropractic Care
Neck Curvature and Autonomic Nervous Function Improved Under Chiropractic Care
The Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research published a case study on June 28, 2018, documenting the long-term improvement of neck curvature and the improvement of autonomic nerve system function in a patient undergoing chiropractic care. The purpose of this study was to examine changes to the neck . . .
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The More Chiropractors, The Less Hypertension
The More Chiropractors, The Less Hypertension
A unique study was published in the July 30, 2018, issue of the Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research that showed that populations with a higher concentration of chiropractors in the community had fewer cases of hypertension. The study looked at populations within the U.S. and compared concentrations . . .
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Office Hours


Dr. Diane Grant

Monday  10am - 1pm | 3pm - 7pm

Tuesday  Off

Wednesday  10am - 1pm | 3pm - 7pm

Thursday  Off

Friday  10pm - 1pm | 3pm - 6pm 

Saturday  Off


Dr. Hovanes Gezalian

Monday  10am - 1pm | 3pm - 7pm

Tuesday  10am - 1pm | 3pm - 6pm

Wednesday  Off

Thursday  10am - 1pm | 3pm - 7pm

Friday  Off

Saturday  9am - 1pm

 

 
 

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