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About Dr. KenGee

Dr. KenGee Ehrlich is a highly-experienced master chiropractor who embraces a wellness approach, values treating the whole person, and uses diverse chiropractic techniques, exercise, and nutrition to help patients maintain optimal health and find relief from pain. He welcomes patients of all ages at his peaceful and family-friendly office in Los Angeles, CA, where they can obtain first-class chiropractic and rehabilitative therapy.

When Dr. KenGee entered the University of California at Santa Barbara, he pursued one of his enduring passions by enrolling as a music major. Then a potentially tragic twist of fate intervened when he was involved in a severe car accident. After that incident, he suffered leg paralysis every time he tried to carry his drums. It was a confounding situation because he didn’t have any pain, yet paralysis interrupted his life.

A long-time friend suggested he see a chiropractor, and within 12 weeks the paralysis was healed. The personal impact was so significant that he immediately changed his career. Although music will always be in his soul, he became a chiropractor so he could return the favor and help other people heal naturally.

After graduating from Cleveland Chiropractic College of Los Angeles in 1998, Dr. KenGee became a member of the International Chiropractic Association. He earned the prestigious title of “Master of Chiropractic” from Dr. Fred Schofield, who operates Schofield Chiropractic Training.

Dr.KenGee has years of experience and thousands of satisfied patients. You can count on him to focus on your individual health and conduct a thorough assessment, including in-office digital x-rays. Dr. KenGee uses spinal adjustments to heal the source of your pain, rather than merely treating symptoms.


Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "You are a blessing to me when I first came to you I was suffering with TMJ. My jaw was out of alignment and in pain and I was unable to eat regularly. I was not able to eat one of my favorite foods which is corn on the cob."
    Angela - Los Angeles, CA
  • "Very knowledgeable and professional. Exceptional bedside manner. I am a new patient, so I am yet to see the long term results, but I am very impressed thus far."
    Andrew R. 04/27/17
  • "Great experience. Thank you so much for you support."
    Magaly N. 02/14/18

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