Dr. Mitra Razipour
Dr. Razipour graduated from Cleveland Chiropractic College and she holds a Bachelor of Science degree. She has also completed medical assistant program , is a certified medical biller and has an associate of arts degree. She has techniques certification in Diversified, Gonsted, Full Spine Specific Techniques/ Meric Recoil, Thompson Drop Table Technique, Flexion Distraction/ Cox Technique, Soft Tissue Manipulation, Extremities, Pregnancy, Pediatric and Activator certification. She is an active member of the Woodland Hills Chamber of Commerce, American Chiropractic Association ,First Chiropractic Physician Association of America (FCPAA)and the California Chiropractic Association. Strathmor's Who's Who Honors Dr. Mitra Razipour, D.C. for 2006-2007. She completed Industrial Injury Evaluator Certification in 2010. She is committed to ongoing studies and a lifetime of learning.
Migrating to this country from her native country of Iran to study and reach her goal of becoming a Licensed Chiropractic Doctor has given her the knowledge and wisdom to help others and is one of her by far greatest accomplishments. She believes there is no better spent time than time spent with family and loved ones. Positivity and moral support are two traits that run and are spread strongly through out her family. As a wife and mother of two she knows what greater result warmth and compassion can give to any situation. Dr. Razipour would best be described as an insightful, detail-oriented, attentive doctor. She strives to help give her patients the best recovery and healing process, as a provider her most important goal has been to give her patients the best possible benefit available corresponding to each patients situation.
In order to receive the Doctorate of Chiropractic (DC), candidates must complete four academic years of doctorate-level education. For the first two years, this education mirrors medical school, with classes covering anatomy, biochemistry, physiology, pathology, radiology and diagnosis. Chiropractors take more units in neurology than general-practitioner MD’s. The chiropractic education diverges from the medical education as they study adjustive techniques rather than pharmacology and surgery. Chiropractors must complete an internship and must also pass National Board Examinations prior to being licensed. Doctors of Chiropractic are licensed to practice in all 50 states and make up the third largest licensed health care provider group in the United States.