Dr. Rafael A. Rios II is a second generation Doctor of Chiropractic. He graduated Cleveland Chiropractic College in 1998 where he served as Vice President of the Student Body Association, Co-President of Sigma Tau, and played forward on the colleges basketball team.
He passed the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners State and National testing in 1998 and scored among the top 10% in the nation.
Dr. Rios was the President of Back To Health Wellness Center, Rancho Cucamonga,, CA, partner and owner of Sunwest Medical Group, San Bernardino, CA and now President of Pomona Valley Chiropractic Clinic, Pomona, CA.
Dr. Rios holds several post graduate certifications including:
In addition to his post graduate certifications, Dr. Rios is also a Certified Personal Trainer (CPT)
Dr. Rios focuses treatment around a corrective care approach. He feels that in order to truly resolve a condition, the patient must first be approached in a complete and whole manner. He believes that injuries and conditions affect the whole body and that the whole body should be treated from above down and inside out.
He specializes in the treatment of spinal trauma, soft tissue injuries and sports injuries. Over his career he has successfully delivered thousands of treatments to thousands of patients successfully and was given the title "Doctor Fix It" by his patients, which in turn developed into a specific program centered around sports injuries.
Today, Dr. Rios works diligently to deliver the best care possible to his patients through traditional chiropractic care, therapy, rehabilitation, nutrition, weight management and lifestyle modification.
Pomona Valley Chiropractic Clinic, Pomona is the first of several clinics that will launch throughout Sothern California, serving as the clinic where many types of services will be rendered from therapy to weight loss to lipo sculpting.
Doctor Fix It Chiropractic Sports Therapy is a program and approach to deliver the best rehabilitative care and approach to athletes of all sorts, in order to detect underlying causes of pain and injury, correct and stabilize the condition and improve the athletes overall ability to perform, while helping them to prevent future injuries.
Dr. Rafael A. Rios II