best chiropractor in Walnut Creek, CA

1776 Ygnacio Valley Road

Suite 106
Walnut Creek, CA 94598


Mon - Fri 10:00a - 7:00p

Sat-Sun by Appointment


(925) 945-1155

Performance Sport Care specializes in the treatment of painful injuries and sports-related problems.

Photo of Doctor Douglas Cancel assisting a patientWe combine the most effective elements of chiropractic care with a full spectrum of non-drug, non-surgical musculoskeletal treatments and manual therapies. We couple this with an array of health-oriented strategies that include nutritional optimization, flexibility improvement, workplace ergonomics, physical conditioning exercise, and strength training.

It’s not just about therapy and strategy. Our state of the art fitness and rehabilitation facility is like no other in the medical and chiropractic field. We are fully outfitted with everything you need to come back better than you were, including equipment used by NFL teams and other professional sports organizations.

Whether you are a professional or recreational athlete, a weekend warrior, or just need help with workplace or other injuries, we treat you like a pro.

We are able to provide relief for a wide range of musculoskeletal disorders. Click a hot-zone to learn more about the types of injuries we treat.

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Pain Locator
Neck Pain Hip Pain Foot, Ankle, and Leg Pain Muscle Tension Headache Elbow Pain Forearm & Hand/Wrist Pain Knee Pain Shoulder Problems Back Pain Post-Surgical Rehabilitation

Neck Pain

Strains, “Whiplash,” Joint dysfunctions (Chiropractic Subluxations), Myofascial Pain

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Hip Pain

Hip Flexor Tendinitis, Gluteus Medius Syndrome, Trochanteric Bursitis

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Foot, Ankle, and Leg Pain

Ankle Strain, High Ankle Sprain, Shin Splints, Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles Tendinitis

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Muscle Tension Headache

Elbow Pain

Golfer’s Elbow, Tennis Elbow, Triceps Tendinitis

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Forearm & Hand/Wrist Pain

Early Carpal tunnel Syndrome, Instant or Repetitive Use Strains

Knee Pain

Meniscus Tears, ACL, MCL, Osteoarthritis, "Runner's Knee," Chondromalacia Patellae, I-T Band Syndrome

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Shoulder Problems

Osteoarthritis, Impingement, Tendinitis, Rotator Cuff Syndrome, Throwing/Weightlifting Injurie

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Back Pain

Strains, Disc Related Issues, Facet Joint Dysfunction, Posture Related Imbalances

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Post-Surgical Rehabilitation

Knee, Hip, Shoulder, Arthrofibrosis (tightness), Full Strength Restoration

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Performance Sport Care - Douglas F. Cancel, DC4 weeks ago
Peloton Crash!

Ever have one of those days where everything just goes wrong? Home-workout company Peloton just had one of those days, every day, for a whole quarter.

Last year Peloton capitalized strongly on the shift to work-from-home, selling thousands of its $2,000+ bikes throughout the pandemic and building up a fanatic fanbase. This year hasn't been as easy.

Jumping off the bike

Probably the most worrying trend in Peloton's numbers is also the simplest: people just aren't using their Peloton as much as they used to. The number of total tracked workouts fell for the second quarter in a row, and the average member is using their Peloton about 20% less than they did this time last year.

On top of that, the financials aren't good. Revenue did grow 6% relative to last year, but that was below expectations, and boosted by an enormous slash in the price of a Peloton. The company was hoping that the lower price would whip up crazy demand. That never happened.

What did happen was Peloton's gross profit margin fell to 12%, from 39% a year earlier, guiding the company to an overall operating loss of $360m for the quarter. Oh, and the company is having supply chain issues, like everyone else.

At the time of writing, the company's share price is down more than 33%