Dr. Jack Hewitt, DC, CSCS, RTP
Dr. Jack’s interest for Chiropractic started when competing on the Ontario windsurfing team. His coach was the Canadian Olympic windsurfing coach and Canadian team chiropractor. Dr. Jack was able to take his athletic performance to the next level through proper diet and training, a positive attitude, and the maintenance of optimum joint health through regular chiropractic mobilizations. He has competed at the elite level in cross-country mountain biking, windsurfing, and is a two time Canadian National sailing champion. Dr. Jack is an avid surfer, kitesurfer, crossfit athlete and triathlete.
Dr. Jack’s goal with every patient is to restore pain-free movement patterns so that you can enjoy life to the fullest…. “Move Well, Live Well.” Dr. Jack continues to stay up to date with the latest research and certifications. In addition to his Kinesiology Degree and Doctorate of Chiropractic, he is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), a Registered Trigenics Physician (RTP), and most recently became a Certified FRC Mobility Specialist (FRCms).
Dr. Mallory Feinberg-Hewitt, DC
Dr. Mallory was born and raised in Southern California. She grew up participating in a variety of sports from soccer, to cross country, to synchronized swimming. While attending the University of Colorado at Boulder, Dr. Mallory suffered a spinal fracture, and after several days in the hospital she was given pain medication and a back brace to wear for three months. Although her spine “healed”, she was still in pain and unable to live the active lifestyle that she was used to. Through chiropractic care, core strengthening and functional exercises, she fully recovered from the injury and completed her first triathlon eight months later. Dr. Mallory went on to complete the four-year chiropractic program at Southern California University of Health Sciences.
In 2009 Dr. Mallory started her practice in Long Beach and worked in a busy family and sports medicine practice gaining further experience and training in the treatment and rehabilitation of all types of injuries and conditions. In 2012 Dr. Mallory and her husband, Dr. Jack Hewitt, opened Kinesis Chiropractic and Physical Medicine.
In her free time Dr. Feinberg enjoys practicing Bikram yoga, crossfit, trail running, hiking and traveling.
Minjae Yi, L.Ac.
I came to The States and earned masters in Oriental Medicine at South Baylo University. After finishing pre-oriental medical school in Korea, I passed CA board exam in 1999 and started practicing acupuncture and herbal medicine in Southern California. A few years later, I served as a medic in the Korean military forces. After my duty, I went to Tien-Jin university in China and did a research study for stroke patients. I then came back to the States and started teaching acupuncturists and practicing acupuncture and oriental medicine.
Danielle Imbagliazzo, LMT
Danielle got her start into massage therapy by working on her father, who was an injured Longshoreman, when she was a child. Growing up she suffered a few of her own sports injuries playing school and travel sports (basketball, softball and volleyball); because of this, chiropractic care and massage therapy were incorporated into her life. Possessing a healing touch and an interest in the human body, Danielle enrolled into the massage therapy program at N.I.T. in Long Beach where she graduated in November of 2000. Since then she has been a Chiropractic Massage Therapist; Danielle specializes in: Deep Tissue, Swedish Massage, Pregnancy Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Frozen Shoulder Treatment and Reflexology also utilizing other modalities she has knowledge of.
Danielle still enjoys playing the sports she played when she was growing up as well as rollerblading, biking, traveling and crafting in her down time.