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Raymond W. Espinosa D.C.

Dr. Espinosa attended El Camino High School where he met his wife Angie. He played baseball at Sacramento City College. While studying and playing baseball at Sacramento City College he incurred a second injury that catapulted him toward the Chiropractic profession (see testimonial). Who knew injuries could be blessings? He did!! After stabilizing his back issues with Chiropractic he earned a scholarship to the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. Blessed with the opportunity to play with an amazing team, the 1995 season culminated with a trip to the College World Series where they finished 4th in the nation. Throughout his baseball career, chiropractic was an integral part of his health care. Chiropractic helped him perform at a high level. Opting to end his baseball career at the end of his collegiate eligibility, he pursued his Chiropractic dream. In 1997 Dr. Espinosa received his bachelor’s degree in biology, married his high school sweetheart (the original dream) and then started chiropractic school. Whew what a year!

Dr. Espinosa’s and Angie have three beautiful children that have been adjusted since birth. He feels blessed to have such an amazing family. Sacramento is his home and they love living here and love taking care of the community.

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