Dr. Sebastian Kverneland is a native Norwegian, born and raised in Stavanger, Norway. He studied Biochemistry and Genetics at the University in Stavanger, then later came to Los Angeles and got a Doctorate degree in Chiropractic from Southern California University of Health Sciences in 2014.
"Being Scandinavian is a big part of who I am. I was born and raised in Stavanger, Norway, where I grew up with 3 older brothers and a family filled with engineers. The engineering interest of the family all started with my great-grandfather founding an agricultural company, Kverneland, in 1879. With its high-quality and innovative ways of thinking, the company later became the biggest plowing company in the world. So growing up it was half-way expected that I would follow my family's career path. I didn't follow the traditional "engineering" path, but ironically being a chiropractor is very similar just for the mechanics of the body. I got my Doctorate in Chiropractic from Southern California University of Health Sciences and then founded my practice, Scandinavian Health Institute, in Los Angeles. My goal is to bring Scandinavian, science-based chiropractic treatment to more people. It is important for me that my work and my practice reflects the values Scandinavians are famous for, innovation, quality, and integrity."
He is a firm believer in a comprehensive and personal approach. Dr. Kverneland uses an evidenced based and modern type Chiropractic care with an emphasis on the clinical biomechanics. Being pro-collaboration, he works with other healthcare professions. He regards this as an ethical consideration for society and also to be in the best interest of the patients.
Dr. Kverneland strives to offer the best chiropractic care for his patients by personalizing the treatments and offer longer sessions. It is important to him, to find the root cause of someone’s pain to ensure quality treatment with long-lasting results.
Many things can affect the quality of life, Dr. Sebastian Kverneland DC will study his patients medical history closely in order to treat efficiently. He does not accept insurance but will give a receipt that the patient can send to their insurance for partial reimbursement.
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