Benicia Wellness Center
Dr. David Arreola, D.C.
Dr. David Arreola, B.S., D.C. began his wellness career as a personal trainer in 2006. He attended Saint Mary’s College from 2003 to 2008, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health and Human Performance. In 2013, Dr. David received his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from Life Chiropractic College West. He believes in natural, drug-free, non-surgical treatments that use the body’s self-healing mechanisms. He has been trained to encourage the body’s self-healing capabilities by evaluating factors such as diet, exercise, rest, environment, and genetics.
Exercise has been a vital part of Dr. David’s life from a young age. As a young man, working out was pivotal in helping him and his four siblings cope with the loss of their father. His background as a long-time sports enthusiast and athlete encouraged him to pursue a certification in Personal Training through Art of Strength. He is also a member of the American Sport and Fitness Association and completed the extensive training in Active Release Technique® (ART®) in 2010
Dr. David’s extensive knowledge and background of the kinetics of the body, as well as his genuine compassion and concern for each of his patients ensures everyone receives the best treatment possible. Whether you are looking to improve your quality of life, manage pain, lose weight, an athlete looking to improve your endurance, or a novice wanting to strengthen your body before surgery, Dr. David will provide you with quality care and help you achieve your desired outcome.
As new residents, Dr. David, his wife Alexandra, and their son Logan, are happy to call Benicia their home. They love exploring Downtown Benicia, going to the Farmer’s Market, and taking walks down to the waterfront.
Dr. David will be bringing his table and offering hands-on check ups, so come on by and meet him! 🙂
707 Town Hall Meeting & Fitness Festival
THIS SATURDAY @ 9:00am – 12:00pm
WOD for FRIDAY 061617:
30 min AMRAP
200m MB Run
~ Approach today in 1 of 3 ways:
1) Active Recovery Day
2) Focus on 1 of the movements and make it max effort, and the other 2 are recovery stations
3) A true AMRAP