Dr. Craig Beuttler is a Palmer Chiropractic West graduate with over 35 years experience. He continues to see many patients with health issues and then provide answers that are not given anywhere else. He specializes in Low-Force Manipulation, Needle-Free Acupuncture, Cold-laser Therapy, and Pain Management Counseling. He works case-by-case creating a customized treatment plan based on each patient’s needs. The Goal: “To relieve pain in the shortest amount of time while helping patients learn how to avoid future pain”.


The First Patient Visit is typically one hour long which includes: 1) Consultation 2) Exam and 3) Treatment. The Consultation is your opportunity to discuss any health concerns. The Exam determines what is causing the health issue. The Treatment begins the healing and pain relief. Dr. Craig is a Medicare Provider. Remember the SAFE and GENTLE emphasis found by the nature of his treatment plan for you will be the most important! MOTTO: “Your First Wealth Is Health!” Because you do not have time for pain! Call today to make your first appointment: 805 460-7447. Payment is due at time of service.


Chiropractic Low-Force Adjustments are administered with a handheld tool called the Arthrostim tool. There are specific types of patients who benefit the most including: – Acute-pain patients who are initially too sensitive to tolerate manual adjustments – Infants, very young children, and elderly patients who do not tolerate forceful adjustments – Patients with limiting health conditions or those with congenital defects of the spine – Patients who have had bad experiences in the past with standard chiropractic treatments – Or Patients who have a fear of having their bones “popped” or “cracked”


California state law states that all care given by a chiropractor for animals must be under the direct supervision of a licensed veterinarian. Humans are not the only ones who benefit from pain relief. Dr. Craig can help your pets as well. Dr. Craig is trained as a veterinarian chiropractic practitioner. He offers Cold Laser Therapy and hand held tools to administer care for animals. Typically, the most common treatment that helps animals are those with arthritis and other pain.