1400 N. Gilbert Road -
(south of Baseline just behind the Frys)
Gilbert, Arizona 85234-2482
Call Us: (480) 558-0474
Hours of operation
Monday 8am - 6pm
Tuesday 11am - 6pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm
Thursday 11am - 6pm
Friday 8am - 12 noon
Saturday - By Appointment Only
What Our Patients Are Saying About Us
Every Patient Deserves Individualized, Compassionate Care That Is Reasonably Priced
Dr. Gibb provides amazing relief by putting the body into proper alignment and improving posture.
Not just limited to adjustments, he is highly trained and teaches other doctors in stretches, myofascial release and rehabilitative exercises. Adjustment techniques that Dr. Gibb is trained in:
>> Thompson Drop Table Adjustments
>> Full Extremity Adjustments & TMJ
>> Cox Flexion Distraction
>>IQ impulse instrument Adjustment
Medical massage is a special type of massage that directs focus on painful restricted areas to release tension and improve circulation.
Our experienced, licensed massage therapist, Josue Sanchez, is trained in finding tense muscles and trigger points due to poor posture, overuse and injury.
He will use different combinations of deep tissue, myofascial release, stretching and trigger point therapy to get stubborn areas of stress to release.
Massage is delivered as a stand-alone service, and also as an adjunct (15 min.) to chiropractic manipulative therapy.
When pain is treated with analgesics you are simply covering it up, but it is still there when the pain med wears off. We always treat the source of your pain so that the relief you feel is both manageable and long lasting.
Dr. Gibb effectively treats all kinds of pain, without the use of opioids, injectable steroids, or anesthetic agents, including:
>> Neck Pain
>> Shoulder Pain
>> Back Pain
>> Lower Back Pain
We all want to be well. Free of sickness, disease and pain. Sometimes our health is not as well as we would like because of injury, overuse, genetic disorders, or diseases that adversely affect our bodies and render us ill.
Don’t wait for an injury to come see us! Our approach to patient care includes preventative care, which, along with patient education can help increase physical performance and decrease unnecessary injuries.
He "mixes" the straight approach with holism and the scientific method
The practice of Chiropractic is typically categorized as complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), which focuses on manipulation of the musculoskeletal system, especially the spine. Its founder, D.D. Palmer, called it "a science of healing without drugs".
Chiropractic's origins lie in the folk medicine of bonesetting. As it evolved it incorporated vitalism, spiritual inspiration and rationalism. Chiropractic’s early philosophy was based on deduction from irrefutable doctrine, which helped distinguish chiropractic from medicine, provided it with legal and political defenses against claims of practicing medicine without a license, and allowed chiropractors to establish themselves as an autonomous profession.
This "straight" philosophy, taught to generations of chiropractors, rejects the inferential reasoning of the scientific method, and relies on deductions from vitalistic first principles rather than on the materialism of science. However, in today's modern chiropractic practice, practitioners tend to incorporate scientific research, and most practitioners are "mixers" who attempt to combine the materialistic reductionism of science with the metaphysics of their predecessors and with the holistic paradigm of wellness.
A 2008 commentary proposed that chiropractic should divest itself of the straight philosophy as part of a campaign to eliminate untestable dogma and engage in critical thinking and evidence-based research. Although a wide variety of ideas exist among chiropractors, they share the belief that the spine and health are related in a fundamental way, and that this relationship is mediated through the nervous system. Some chiropractors claim spinal manipulation can have an effect on a variety of ailments such as irritable bowel syndrome and asthma.
Chiropractic philosophy includes the following perspectives: Holism assumes that health is affected by everything in an individual's environment; some sources also include a spiritual or existential dimension. By contrast, reductionism in chiropractic reduces causes and cures of health problems to a single factor, vertebral subluxation. Homeostasis emphasizes the body's inherent self-healing abilities. Chiropractic's early notion of innate intelligence can be thought of as a metaphor for homeostasis.
In his practice, Dr. Gibb relies on the fundamental principles of the straight method he learned at Palmer College of Chiropractic, where he graduated in 1999 as a Chiropractic Physician, and mixes that with a scientific approach so that each individual is properly diagnosed and provided with a unique treatment plan.
Having practiced the profession of Chiropractic for 20 years Dr. Gibb has developed a distinctive style and methodology that has helped hundreds of patients find true relief from chronic pain. His focus on holism provides each person with a depth of understanding of their condition and a workable plan of action to reduce their maladies, return their health and maintain a vital lifestyle.
It's your health. It's your life. It's your pain. Let's do something right now to improve the first two and relieve the third. Click Here To Get Started
From the right:
BJ Gross, Patient Accounts; Heila Gibb, Patient Liaison; Dr. Brendon Gibb, Chiropractic Physician;
Josue Sanchez, Licensed Massage Therapist; Robbie Smith, Front Office; Jon Knight, Office Manager.