Meet the Doctors
Dr. Ryan Kauffman (owner) earned his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic West in 2003, right here, in San Jose, California. Prior to this, Dr. Kauffman earned his Bachelors Degree in Biology while doing undergraduate studies in the Pre-Med Program at Mercyhurst College in Pennsylvania. Dr. Kauffman has completed advanced training and holds the title of Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP). Since 2001, he has been certified in A.R.T.© (Active Release Technique) for the spine, as well as for the upper and lower extremities, allowing him to treat all regions of the body. Dr. Kauffman is also certified in the A.R.T.© Nerve Entrapment protocols. As a sports and fitness enthusiast, Dr. Kauffman’s beliefs are an extension of his passion for health and physical well-being. This is reflected in his treatment protocols, which are based on a foundation of spinal and muscular balance, nutrition and exercise. This passion for wellness has led Dr. Kauffman to keep up to date with the most current knowledge of health care and encouraged his constant pursuit of learning the newest, state-of-the-art, techniques that enhance his patients’ well-being. Along with the most advanced equipment, Dr. Kauffman will combine gentle manipulation, A.R.T soft-tissue therapy and rehabilitation to provide you with a gentle, yet powerful solution to your condition.
Dr. Mike Rogerson graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2010. In the past, he served as a team chiropractor for the Silicon Valley Roller Girls roller derby team and the San Jose Spiders pro ultimate frisbee team. Dr. Mike has also joined two medical humanitarian mission trips to Mexico serving people with dentistry, optometry, chiropractic and general medical services. Dr. Mike is constantly advancing the way he treats patients by including the best evidence-based practices available. He has earned post-graduate certifications as a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician, Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist, Selective Functional Movement Assessments, and Active Release Technique(2007). Dr. Mike believes that chiropractic care combined with the latest evidence based physiotherapy techniques is the best way to restore function to muscles and joints.
Dr. Mike Rosson also earned his Doctorate in Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic West. Prior to attending chiropractic school Dr. Rosson earned his bachelors degree in Kinesiology from the University of La Verne. During his time in college he played on the men’s golf team. Dr. Rosson has also completed advanced training and holds a certification as a functional range conditioning mobilization specialist (FRCms). Dr. Rosson is also certified in Rocktape performance movement techniques. Dr. Rosson is a firm believer that exercise and physical rehabilitation is an important part of treatment and is needed to treat the underlying cause of dysfunction.