Dr. Tanya M. Reynolds, Doctor of Chiropractic Health Care; BS in Dietary Nutrition, has led her professional health care practice for over 10 years. She is currently serving patients at In8Love Chiropractic in West Los Angeles, California. She has cared for thousands of patients and has performed over 250,000 adjustments.
Dr. Tanya’s passion for Chiropractic originated at the age of 15 when an MD diagnosed her with cervical dysplasia (precancerous cells of the cervix). To say the least, this was a most shocking realization. After several unsuccessful surgeries, she consulted with a Chiropractor who immediately started a series of manual manipulation, adjustments, and dietary changes.
Surprisingly after several months, she was re-tested for cancer and was cleared of the cervical dysplasia. Thankfully, additional surgery was determined unnecessary for the teenage child. Amazed by this miracle that healed her health, Dr. Tanya began studying and learning all that she could about Chiropractic.
Dr. Tanya took this passion to Life University in Marietta, Georgia. She graduated with both her BS in Dietary Nutrition, followed by a Doctorate of Chiropractic Health Care. Dedicated to spreading the word about Chiropractic, she became a Chiropractic Assistant for an office in her hometown Naples, Florida. Soon thereafter she opened her own office in January 2003.
Deciding to move her family to California, she sold her Florida practice and moved west. She practices today in her California office located in West Los Angeles. Some of Dr. Tanya’s professional affiliations include:
- International Chiropractic Association
- International Chiropractic Pediatric Association
- Life Force Chiropractor
- Dead Chiropractic Society
- West Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce
- Certified Corporate Health & Wellness Educator; Public Speaker
Dr. Tanya currently resides in Encino, California, with her three sons, Dylan, Ethan, and Kiyo. A humanitarian healthcare professional, she enjoys serving those in need and has participated in Chiropractic Mission Trips to impoverished neighborhoods of Panama, Dominican Republic, and Tobago in Central America.