Dr. Cody Sandzimier is the Clinic Director at the downtown location of Bridge Chiropractic™. Dr. Cody’s focuses on finding the specific problem causing your health deficiencies and how best to correct the problem. He uses a variety of methods to effectively and efficiently reach the specific health goals of each patient. His biggest focus is not on only correcting the issues that people commonly come in for, but also improving the Quality of Life of his patients.
Dr. Cody is a former professional baseball player, and as a result, understands the demands and stresses that highly competitive athletes put themselves through, and how to best keep the athlete doing what they love, whether it’s professionally or recreationally. However, his experience is not limited to only athletes. Prior to taking the Clinic Director position at Bridge Chiropractic™ Downtown, Dr. Cody was helping run a sports and family clinic in Seal Beach, California. During Dr. Cody’s 2+ year tenure there, he not only worked with Professional and Olympic Gold medal athletes from multiple sports, but also the families of those patients.
His goal is to not only get his patients out of pain, but to keep them there, allowing them to continue living the life they desire. In addition to his hard work and dedication in the office, he has had multiple articles published in chiropractic magazines and has organized mission trips to 3rd world countries to provide health care to those who don't have access, or can't afford it.
In Dr. Cody’s words:
“I am honored to have joined the team at Bridge Chiropractic™. Becoming a Chiropractor is by far one of the best things I have done in my life and I cannot imagine doing anything else with my life. I have always been a very hard worker, but I truly love what I get to do every day; it doesn’t feel like work. One of the things that I discovered since becoming a Chiropractor is that it is very difficult to have a bad day, when you are making other people feel better. There is no place that I would rather be than at the office."