Dr. Jacquemoud was born in Los Angeles County and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. He grew up in a family of Chiropractic patients and learned early on the benefits of Chiropractic and holistic medicine.
As a high school and collegiate athlete, Dr. Jacquemoud recognized the importance of maintaining a healthy body. This inherent knowledge led him further into his interest in the prevention and care of the body. After attending undergraduate in Santa Barbara, Dr. Jacquemoud moved to San Jose, CA to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic West. During his time at Palmer, Dr. Jacquemoud was a leader in the sports chiropractic community. He devoted his extracurricular time to the Student American Chiropractic Association Sports Council. As an executive member, Dr. Jacquemoud worked as a intern at numerous sporting events throughout the bay area and across the country.
For a 3 year span between 2000-2002, Dr. Jacquemoud was an active volunteer with the A.R.T. (Active Release Technique) performance team at the Ironman Championships in Kona, HI and the Ironman races in San Diego, CA. At the races, Dr. Jacquemoud treated some of today's top athletes with the specifically designed soft tissue therapy and chiropractic. A.R.T. is designed to release muscles, tendons, ligaments and nerves from restrictive scar tissue caused by repetitive stress and other types of injuries. In combination with Chiropractic, the two form a synergistic relationship to increase function and strength and decrease tension.
Dr. Jacquemoud is now in his 16th year of practice at Sorrento Valley Chiropractic. His personalized treatment plans address your current health condition and the goals you may have for an improved quality of life. Each treatment involves patient education, spinal traction, Active Release soft tissue therapy, stretching and strengthening instruction and the spinal adjustment. Additional therapies including ultrasound, interferential muscle stimulation, massage and flexion/distraction may be added to your treatment based on your current health needs.