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Dr. Esther Hall

 

Dr. Esther Hall is the owner and chiropractor of Hall Chiropractic in Placerville, California

 

Dr. Hall is a third generation chiropractor and the fifth person in her family to follow this career path. You could say it’s in her genes. Dr. Hall has a profound appreciation for the body’s ability to heal and hopes to share that with as many people as possible! She loves seeing people of all ages, from infancy to elderly and has a special passion for serving expectant mothers and children. Dr. Hall is a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association and certified in the Webster Technique. You can find more information as well as informative articles and resources about prenatal and pediatric health here. Dr. Hall also loves to serve her community through community outreach events and education.

 

Dr. Hall graduated from UC Davis with a BA in Political Science and went on to graduate from Life Chiropractic College West with honors in Hayward, CA. She moved to Placerville in April 2012 and loves exploring all the fun things to do on Main Street and the surrounding areas with her husband, Fred. Dr. Hall also loves to bake and sew in her spare time. She looks forward to serving you and your families!

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Please welcome Dr. Hall’s new Chiropractic Assistant Priscilla. Priscilla has seventeen years of experience in chiropractic care. She has a deeper love for holistic health and is a Certified Women’s Health Coach specializing in fertility. Priscilla loves nature and healing from the earth, so she became a certified herbalist in 2018.

 

Working with Dr. Hall could not be a more perfect fit as she is also a prenatal yoga instructor. She looks forward to guiding women through practice here at the office.

 

She lives in Plymouth with her husband and their 18-month-old son Maverick. They have goats, sheep chickens, cats, dogs, and bees! In her past time Priscilla enjoys beekeeping, she cannot wait for you to try her local honey.