Jessica Greene, ND, DC, is a clinical supervisor and an adjunct faculty member at Bastyr University California. She also has a private integrative practice in San Diego, California.
As a Chiropractor, Dr. Greene has specialty training in pediatric and pregnancy chiropractic, and sports medicine, but enjoys caring for patients of all ages, backgrounds, and concerns like headaches, neck and back pain, or for general wellness to support an active lifestyle. Her therapeutic approach includes hands-on physical medicine modalities such as chiropractic manipulation, cranial-sacral therapy, Webster Technique, and other forms of manual therapy like trigger point therapy. As a naturopathic medical doctor, she specializes in women's health, gut health, hormone/endocrine, sports medicine, regenerative injection therapy, and more. Her therapeutic approach includes utilizing botanical medicine, homeopathy, along with nutrition and lifestyle counseling to strive for overall foundational wellness.
Holistic medicine is the art and science of healing that addresses the whole person – mind, body, and spirit. As a practitioner of holistic medicine, she strives to integrate conventional and alternative therapies to prevent and treat disease, and most importantly, to promote optimal health. She wants her patients to be partners in their own healing so she finds it important to utilize patient education to empower them about how incredible their minds and bodies really are, how each organ and symptom is part of a larger system so that they can take control of their health. She enjoys working in collaboration with other practitioners in an integrative team care setting.
Dr. Greene began her physical medicine career as a massage therapist focusing on injury and pain management back in 2006. In 2011-2013 she was a massage therapist for Ballet San Jose and was an avid member of the sports council during her time at Palmer College of Chiropractic West, working with San Jose State Rugby and providing care at sporting events such as the Sea Otter Classic and Escape from Alcatraz, and volunteered as part of the Active Release Technique (ART) treatment team at Ironman World Championships in 2011.
She has been a substitute Clinician for Physical Medicine at Bastyr University Clinic since 2014, where she was also a naturopathic medical student while running a chiropractic practice. She completed her two years of general medicine clinical rotations at Bastyr University Clinic with a focus on women's health, gastroenterology, endocrinology, IV therapy, and pain management. She also completed several off-site rotations and has volunteered at community health clinics working with diverse populations.
Since graduating from Bastyr California, she has integrated naturopathic medicine into her chiropractic practice with a special focus on gastrointestinal concerns, endocrine/hormone balance and support, women’s health, ped's and pregnancy, regenerative injection therapies, and more to provide her patients with many tools for optimal healing.
Education & Affiliations
Dr. Greene received her Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University California and her Doctor of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose, CA. She received her Bachelor of Science from Excelsior College and also has been NCTMB (nationally certified for therapeutic massage and bodywork) as a massage therapist with well over 1000+ hours of training since 2006, after graduating from Arizona School of Massage Therapy. While in her studies at Palmer West, she also attended courses for specialty training and certifications in Pediatric Chiropractic by the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) and is Webster certified for prenatal chiropractic techniques.
Before graduating from Palmer, she also graduated from Options College of Animal Chiropractic and received her certification from the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association (IVCA) in animal chiropractic and works at two vet offices in San Diego to treat small animals under veterinary supervision (per California Law) and travels for horse/large animal Chiropractic care.
Dr. Greene has completed additional training in women's health, bach flower remedies, IV therapy, regenerative joint injections, and completed the AFMCP course from the IFM (Institute for Functional Medicine). She is also is proficient in American Sign Language (ASL).