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DeSandre Wellness Team

  • Dr.
    Ron DeSandre
    Dr. Ron was born on the east coast on Long Island, NY. His family utilized chiropractic for health problems on a frequent basis. In fact his first adjustment by a chiropractor was when he was 12, a check up after a head injury in a sledding accident. He moved west to study his undergraduate training at UCSB. Graduating in 1975. He completed his post graduate training at the National College of Chiropractic, outside of Chicago, IL. He graduated with honors.
  • Maureen Holdaway
    LMT
    Massage therapist who is originally from Great Britain. She has been in Carpinteria for the last 5 years and most recently this last year at our office. Prior to this she worked at The Oaks in Ojai, health oriented spa for two years, and had her own massage business in Los Angeles for 10 years. She has very skilled and healing hands with just the right amount of depth to her treatments. She has been trained in foot reflexology, accupressure and Reiki techniques. She was trained at the California Healing Arts College in Santa Monica, and IPSB, a healing arts college in Los Angeles.
  • Diana Cervantes
    Office Manager

    Diana joined the team in October of 2017 as our Office Manager. 

Meet Our Staff

  • Diana Cervantes
    Office Manager

    Diana joined the team in October of 2017 as our Office Manager. 

  • Dr.
    Ron DeSandre
    Dr. Ron was born on the east coast on Long Island, NY. His family utilized chiropractic for health problems on a frequent basis. In fact his first adjustment by a chiropractor was when he was 12, a check up after a head injury in a sledding accident. He moved west to study his undergraduate training at UCSB. Graduating in 1975. He completed his post graduate training at the National College of Chiropractic, outside of Chicago, IL. He graduated with honors.
  • Maureen Holdaway
    LMT
    Massage therapist who is originally from Great Britain. She has been in Carpinteria for the last 5 years and most recently this last year at our office. Prior to this she worked at The Oaks in Ojai, health oriented spa for two years, and had her own massage business in Los Angeles for 10 years. She has very skilled and healing hands with just the right amount of depth to her treatments. She has been trained in foot reflexology, accupressure and Reiki techniques. She was trained at the California Healing Arts College in Santa Monica, and IPSB, a healing arts college in Los Angeles.

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Office Hours

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Primary Location

Monday:

7:30 am-3:00 pm

Tuesday:

12:30 pm-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-3:00 pm

Thursday:

12:30 pm-5:30 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-3:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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