Welcome to our office
I'm Dr. Glenn Lowenberg, a Chiropractor in Woodland Hills specializing in sports medicine and helping patients with back pain and sports related injuries using the true principles of chiropractic care. I am committed to relieving your pain. My understanding and intense interest has allowed me to have success with sports-related and disc-related injuries, as well as providing welcome relief to pregnant women with managing their lower back discomfort. For the last few decades, I have been treating patients with domestic, work related and sports injuries. I use a variety of healing methods including high tech therapy machines, instruction for a healthy daily regimen, and chiropractic adjustment. My goal is to heal you and your family so that you can live comfortably with the bodily strength and ease you deserve.
You may contact me via email, or telephone my office at 818-703-8480 for immediate appointment and consultation.
Sunday appointments available.
-Dr. Glenn E. Lowenberg, D.C., "The sports medicine and back paindoctor"
Dr. Lowenberg shares his Beijing experiences!
Below are a few of the hundreds of pictures assembled by Dr. Lowenberg, capturing his experiences at the Beijing games last August.
Being able to work with and treat many of the world’s elite caliber track & field athletes, gave Dr. Lowenberg a unique perspective of the games, which he is eager to share with friends and patients.
In addition to being honored to have been asked to be involved in the United States’ effort, Dr. Lowenberg brings back to his practice, new and refined skills, learned from the top medical professionals he had the privilege of working with at the games.
Dr. Lowenberg’s Spinal Stabilization Program
The spinal stabilization program using the stability ball is based on sound and proven principles which have been developed over the past 50 years. It is structured to allow participants who would not otherwise be able to perform certain movements to exercise safely, with the ball permitting the participant to exercise their entire body with reduced stress, while concentrating on body awareness, coordination and balance, rather than strength alone.