Small business offers fusion of Chiropractic and Yoga to reduce pain and improve function

What started as a simple chiropractic endeavor, turned out to be a small business success story. 20/20 ChiroYoga is a chiropractic family business started by Dr. Jason Bauer and his wife Bridgette back in November of 2018 with a unique take on a typical chiropractic office. The small business offers a fusion of Chiropractic and Yoga to reduce a person’s pain and improve their function.

Dr. Jason Bauer has been in the chiropractic field for over 20 years and has performed over 250,000 chiropractic adjustments. After some time working in the Silicon Valley in California at his traditional chiropractic offices, his wife as a recently trained yoga instructor, started giving free yoga classes to his patients complaining of tight muscles and pain. Finding success with yoga mixed in with chiropractic adjustments, Dr. Bauer and his wife came up with an idea to merge their two strengths and establish a business that has never been seen before. “My wife hasn’t worked in the offices with me before now,” said Dr. Bauer, “but since moving to Las Vegas, it’s been nice having her with me to create and operate our healing environment.”

All sessions consist of a private yoga therapy session, then a chiropractic adjustment with Dr. Bauer, and to finish patients can go and sit in a relaxing, state of the art massage chair to wind down after each appointment.

Dr. Bauer’s services are all designed to treat pain and discomfort in areas that need extra help. However, the majority of the patients he sees are those who have suffered injuries due to car accidents, “75% of what we treat at ChiroYoga are car accident-related injuries,” said Dr. Bauer, “and we use a gentle and relaxing approach to treating them. Car accidents are stressful and we just wanted to create as pleasant of a treatment experience as possible.”

While 20/20 ChiroYoga primarily specializes in treating car accident-related injuries, Dr. Bauer also has a specialty in sciatica issues. “We utilize a table called the decompression table to fix our client’s pain without them having to get surgery,” said Dr. Bauer, “it gives them a more natural solution to their problem.”

Since the move to Las Vegas, the community has given Dr. Bauer, Bridgette, and their practice nothing but welcoming and great reviews. By keeping up to date on social media and building good rapport with their clients, 20/20 ChiroYoga has become one of the most well-known and appreciated chiropractic clinics in Las Vegas. For Dr. Bauer and his team of professional chiropractic aides, patient comfort and satisfaction are incredibly important. “With 20/20 Chiro Yoga, we wanted to create a relaxing and healing environment for all of our clientele,” said Dr. Bauer.

With its great success, Dr. Bauer and Bridgette plan to expand their practice around Nevada with their excellent team while maintaining the small business feel that patients have grown to know and love. “We hope to keep growing and offer more locations for the people of Las Vegas,” said Dr. Bauer, “and we will always make sure that the quality of our care and service maintains the highest standards at every location we open.”



This article was presented and sponsored by 20/20 ChiroYoga. For more information, go to 2020ChiroYoga.com.

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