Dr. Sevak Khodabakhshian, a local chiropractor at Omega Rehab & Sport, caring for the community of Thousand Oaks and cities of the surrounding Conejo Valley, graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose, CA in March of 2001 at the top of his class with both academic (Cum Laude) and clinical honors (Clinical Excellence Award).
Dr. Khodabakhshian (Dr. K) has extensive experience in both fitness training (National Academy of Sports Medicine certified personal trainer) and rehabilitation of athletic injuries and non-athletic injuries alike.
He is the co-founder of Omega Sport & Rehab (established in 2004) a company developed to meet the demand for comprehensive physical rehabilitation and enhancement of human performance
through an active care model utilizing both physical therapists and chiropractors.
Runner seek out Dr. K to help keep them healthy so they can keep running.
He as worked extensively with professional organizations to develop back safety programs and lectures regularly on injury prevention. To this end, Dr. Sevak writes a bi-monthly health column for the Ventura County Star titled “To Your Health” dedicated to the proactive health education. Municipalities and companies he has worked with include City of San Jose Fire and Police Departments, Conejo Valley Unified School District, Simi Valley Unified School District, Rio School District, Amgen and the City of Thousand Oaks among many others.
Dr. Sevak has completed more than 50 hours of post-graduate training in industrial disability evaluation and is currently a California State appointed Qualified Medical Evaluator (Q.M.E.).
He received his Bachelors Degree in physical anthropology from California State University Northridge in December of 1993. Dr. Sevak is an avid surfer and describes himself as a nature lover.He is married to Tyaga, with one child and chose to settle in the Conejo Valley in 2003 for the abundant natural resources and tight knit communities it offers. He is a Thousand Oaks Rotarian and feels strongly about community involvement through volunteer work; dedicating his efforts to youth and community services.
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