Unlike most doctors, Chiropractor Derek Levy describes his patients as generally healthy. “People at the beach lead a healthy lifestyle. So when they come to see me it’s usually for minor aches and pains that are easy to take care of. I deal with neck and lower back pain all day long.
Derek Levy is celebrating his 30th year as the cheerful chiropractor who still makes house calls, earning our readers’ trust by straightening out their spinal kinks and helping them achieve overall health. When Levy works on a spine, he’s also healing nerves and muscles. When a person’s bones are put into place, the nerves are […]
Chiropractor Derek Levy describes himself as a meat and potato kind of doctor who makes house calls and insists on explaining to patients the cause of their problems before treating them. “There’s nothing magical about what we do,” he insisted during a visit to his Hermosa Beach office. “Chiropractors work with three basic parts of […]
Christopher Bruno, D.C. – The stated mission of Dr. Chris Bruno and “Adventure Chiropractic,” the name of his Redondo Beach firm, is “For each of our clients to realize their optimum God given levels of function and peak performance.” Living as a waterman for more than 25 years, Bruno learned an appreciation for health and […]
The ballots have been counted and the winners are
Over 3,000 readers showed their support for their favorite beach retailers and services by voting in Easy Readers 30th Annual Best of The Beach contest. Though any “Best of” vote is more subjective than scientific, Best Of voting gives readers an opportunity to show their appreciation for the many businesses and services that make the beach cities such a wonderful place to live.
The Best of the Beach is our celebration of all the people and places that make the South Bay a great place to live, work and play. Once a year, our readers get a chance to pick their favorites in ten categories – automotive, personal services and fashion, kids, sports, shopping, home services, pets, health […]
by Eddie Solt All photos by Ricky Lesser Lifetime local surfer John Balk kept feeling his right arm lock up at the elbow. He just assumed it was a result of a lifetime of surfing. His arm couldn’t bend for thirty seconds. Was it just over-surfed and overworked? The 2001 Mira Costa graduate had been […]
Merrill Moses, the starting U.S. water polo goalkeeper, once owned a silver medal. He earned it at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. Then, in 2010, while he was on vacation with his family, the medal was stolen from his mother’s home, which is why this year he’s going to try even harder this summer to […]
Dan Connell was just looking for a place to paddle out on the day he won the South Bay Board Riders Big Wave Challenge.
Redondo Beach resident and RUHS graduate Darren Stewart Marsee was born to Fred and Sharon Marsee on March 11, 1981. He entered this world alongside his twin sister Megan, both sharing rank under big brother Kevin. In April 2005, fresh out of college, and just after his 24th birthday, Darren was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma […]