Nicholas Warner

I have been melting knots since 1990 and adjusting spines since 1996. I utilize the techniques of Trigger Point Therapy and Dry Needling prior to adjusting. Then I give my patients simple stretch and strength exercises to do at home. It is very effective. My patients need fewer visits, while making fast progress.

I succeed with my patients because I take the time and personally do all the work on my patients. It is an art finding the knots in your muscles and working them out. Is is an art getting your spine or shoulder to move freely without discomfort. Yes, I am a doctor but I am also an artisan. My work is my art.  I would like the opportunity to help

Credentials: DC

Southern California University of Health Sciences 1993 – 1996

Degree: Doctor of Chiropractic, Chiropractic


Santa Monica School of Massage Therapy 1989 – 1990

Degree: Certified Massage Therapy


San Diego State University-California State University 1980 – 1984

Degree: Bachelor of Arts, Journalism

Neurologic Dry Needling for Pain Management and Sports Rehabilitation     September 2019


National Safety Council (NSC)

            First Aid & CPR Instructor

ID# 2234270              

Expires: 01/31/2020


NCBTMB Approved Provider

ID# 559


Fascial Manipulation (Stecco)

            Level 1 2015

Level 2 2016              

Sponsored by New Your College of Chiropractic


Kinesio Taping                                                         

            KT1& KT2 Fundamental and Advanced Kinesio Taping 2012

KT3 Advanced and Clinical Applications Kinesio Taping 2013

Sponsored by CORE Institute


Acupoint Physical Medicine                        2011

International Academy of Medical Acupuncture

Sponsored by New Your College of Chiropractic


Nimmo Receptor-Tonus Method                1995

Certified in Proficiency

14001 N.7th Street, E-109
Phoenix, Arizona 85022