Dr. Mason Stahley attended San Diego State University and received his Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Pre-Physical Therapy. While living in San Diego he worked as a Stretch Technician at Stretch U where he applied his knowledge of Kinesiology and performed myofascial release and the stretching technique known as proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF) on clients of the San Diego area. Dr. Mason then went on to attend Life Chiropractic College West in Hayward, California where he graduated summa cum laude. At Life West, Dr. Mason was able to serve the bay area community for a year and a half while working as a senior intern in the Life West Health Center. He also worked for the Continuing Education program and was able to sit in and learn the latest research and improve his adjusting technique with some of the brightest minds in chiropractic. His adjusting techniques include diversified, drop table, activator, extremities while also incorporating soft tissue mobilization.
Dr. Mason grew up in Sacramento, California as an athlete participating in basketball, football, baseball and snowboarding throughout his years and continues till this day. As a young athlete, he encountered a lot of injuries from a compression fracture in his middle back, countless rolled ankles and many undiagnosed shoulder issues. Throughout his injuries he stuck to the conventional methods of ice, rest and immobilization which didn’t lead to much improvement. It wasn’t until 2016 where he sustained his last ankle injury and sought out his family chiropractor. And since that first adjustment, Dr. Mason found his calling to help people through chiropractic care. He believes chiropractic care should be apart of every person’s lifestyle. Not only to get people out of pain but to increase daily function, reduce stress, improve mind body connection and enhance performance.
When not in the office, you can find Dr. Mason playing basketball at the local gym, snowboarding black diamonds or finding beautiful hiking spots around the great PNW.