Ito Chiropractic

ATTENTION

We are still wearing masks and requiring masks in our office.

 

We have hand sanitizer available at the front desk for any patients who wish to disinfect their hands before/after their appointment.

 

We are screening patients as they come in to ensure the health and safety of all of those in the office. We also have a no contact thermometer at our front desk that we may use to check incoming patients for a fever.

 
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ABOUT

Dr. Narikazu Ito, DC

 

Dr. Ito was born in Tokyo and raised in Saitama Pref., Japan.  He graduated from Kokugakuin University in Tokyo and received BA degree.

Dr. Ito graduated from a Chiropractic school in Tokyo. He had been a instructor of three Chiropractic schools while worked at a clinic in Tokyo.

 

In 1999, Dr. Ito came to California to study Chiropractic. He received Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Southern California University of Health Sciences in 2005.  After graduating the university, he practiced for the Chiropractic clinic in San  Diego.  In January 2013, he opened his own clinic "Ito Chiropractic" in San Diego.

He enjoys running, trekking and golf.

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Continue COVID-19 screenings for patients and staff

Chiropractic offices should continue COVID-19 screening for patients.

Temperature checks may continue for all patients and visitors regardless of their vaccination status.

Face coverings, social distancing still required for fully vaccinated patients and staff in our office. (CDC mask guidance for fully vaccinated people does not apply to health care settings.)

We are asking any patients that have a cough or fever to please stay at home. If they are concerned about their symptoms, we urge them to reach out to their primary care provider.

If you are required to wait to be seen, we are asking patients to stay spaced 6 ft apart in the waiting room. If you prefer, you can also wait in your car.

We appreciate your help to keeping our clinic a safe place for all.

Guidance for the Use of Face Coverings (CDPH)

International Travel During COVID-19 (CDC)

Travel Advisory (CDPH)

About Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Steps to Prevent Illness