Dr. Ronald E. Geiger, D.C
Dr. Geiger grew up in the Fair Oaks area and attended American River College, Sierra College and Sacramento State University prior to graduating with honors from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1986. He was a music major and active in sports and marshall arts. After an injury to his neck during Jiu Jitsu practice while in college, he began to experience severe headaches. After surviving on pain medication for almost a year, he went to a chiropractor and the headaches were relieved after one adjustment to his neck. At that point he became excited about the prospects of chiropractic and decided to attend Palmer so that he could help others the way he had been helped.
After graduation, Dr. Geiger worked in the clinic in San Carlos where all the San Francisco 49ers received their chiropractic care. Patients on the Superbowl winning team included Joe Montana, Roger Craig, Russ Francis and Ronnie Lot. Working with the professional athletes became a passion, and he opened the doors to his clinic in Granite Bay with the intent of being close to the 49er's training camp in Rocklin. With his advanced training in sports injury treatment, he was sought after by many athletes and trainers, so in addition to his work with the 49ers, he began taking care of the Sacramento Kings, World Champion Jr. Lightweight Boxer Tony "The Tiger" Lopez, World Heavyweight Champion Boxer Evander Holyfield, Professional Golfer "Chi Chi" Rodriguez, World Champion Kickboxer Dennis Alexio and many others.
The walls of Geiger Chiropractic are not only filled with pictures of famous athletes, but members of the community as well, as most of Dr. Geiger's attention is focused on treating family, friends and neighbors to the best chiropractic and natural healthcare has to offer. Completing far above the continuing education requirements to retain his license, he has brought innovations and state of the art therapies to his clinic for the benefit of his community. His spare time is spent mostly on research and attending seminars, in addition to family get togethers, playing the piano and working out. Although he is very serious regarding patient care, he has a comedic side that has resulted in many requests over the years for his services as a "Master of Ceremony" for a variety of public events.