Spotlight on business: Kebby Margaretich, D.C. |

Spotlight on business: Kebby Margaretich, D.C.

Editors note: Kebby Margaretich, D.C., is owner of Back to Health Chiropractic

Q. What goods or services do you


A. We offer chiropractic techniques, high-velocity technique, low-velocity and muscle technique, Bio Cranial and Webster technique, a specialized wellness treatment for pregnant women. We also coach in specific exercises to benefit affected problem areas, plus we offer support/splints and vitamin supplements.

Q. What makes you different?

A. Both the Webster and Bio Cranial technique are more specialized services that are difficult to find locally. In addition to offering a broader scope of chiropractic care, I spend a lot of one-on-one time with my patients in teaching therapeutic exercises so they can manage their recovery and health.

Q. What’s new?

A. We just added Colloid Silver to our line of supplements. It’s a valuable alternative to common antibiotics. Colloid Silver can eliminate over 600 types of bacteria while common antibiotics can only eliminate 240 types of bacteria. Additionally, our colloid silver can be used without any side effects and can be taken with other medications. We’re excited to be offering this because it’s very revolutionary.

Q. What do you love about your


A. The field of chiropractic is complex in that it connects and relates to many other health and wellness fields. It allows me to combine my expertise with nurturing, and it affords me the opportunity to continually learn and grow. I love that I can help people, improve their lifestyle and make a difference in their lives. I particularly like that chiropractic is not one size fits all. Every patient’s situation is unique, and while problems and symptoms may be common, a treatment needs to be tailored for the individual. My patients range from 3 days old to 103 years young. It’s gratifying to see the long-term results.

Q. What do you find most


A. Educating and empowering patients that the body is capable of healing itself and showing them what they can do to make that happen. It’s possible to maximize health benefits. There are tools and methods that can be implemented into daily life. Small changes can make a big difference leading to better overall health.

Q. What is your background?

A. I’m a lifetime health enthusiast with a passion for fitness, the outdoors and natural health. I have an associate’s degree in Science and a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College. I am also certified in Webster and Bio Cranial technique. I’ve been in practice since 1994, and have practiced in Nevada County since 2003.

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