Dr. Monica Egan has a passion and mission to help people live abundant, healthy lives and to give them the freedom to do the things they love to do.
Dr. Monica Egan’s focus is on one’s quality of life, not simply pain relief. She used to suffer from migraines pain, neck pain, and terrible tension headaches for years. With chiropractic care, not only did her health problems completely resolve, but she also discovered her calling.
Dr. Monica Egan grew up in Marin County. She enrolled at the prestigious Palmer College of Chiropractic where she received her doctorate of chiropractic and learned about the power of Upper Cervical chiropractic. She has attended many continuing education classes to improve and advance her upper cervical, NET, Functional Nutrition, and chiropractic skills. Along with Upper Cervical Care, she is utilizes the Palmer package as well. She is known for her specific and gentle touch. She is very knowledgeable in holistic and natural lifestyle choices. She teaches and practices a healthy and balanced lifestyle.
Monica Egan is a member of the Blair Chiropractic Society and a member of the California Chiropractic Association. Dr. Monica Egan is also practicing NET-“Nero Emotional Technique,” a mind body techniques a mind-body technique that uses a methodology of finding and removing neurological imbalances related to the physiology of unresolved stress. NET is a tool that can help improve many behavioral and physical conditions. Her studies and experiences have given her a unique perspective and approach to the conditions from which her patients suffer, such as headaches, migraines, tingling and numbness in the extremities, digestive issues, allergies, ulcerative colitis, food sensitivities, pregnancy, and more.
Dr. Monica Egan has continued to advance her knowledge and tool set to help others improve their health with the use of Doterra Essential oils.
She has found that the body needs supportive measures from all the daily stress physically, chemically, and mentally. By bringing in a natural support of the immune, digestive, neuralogical, emotional, and any other function of the body, the body can and will heal.
Apart from health and chiropractic, Dr. Monica Egan is passionate about dance, music, and traveling. She enjoys staying fit through activities such as hiking, kick boxing, and dancing. She seems to spend all her time with her husband and 2 year old son playing at the park and catching up to my little one when he is on his balance bike.
Estefanie Arroyo-Sandoval (“Stef”), Massage Therapist
Before becoming a massage therapist I was a stay at home mom. After about 5 years, I decided that it was time for me to focus on what my calling was going to be on this earth besides being a mom to my two amazing kids.
I have worked for chiropractors in the past as a Chiropractic Assistant on and off for about 7 years and here at Monarch Chiropractic a couple of days a week for almost 3 years now, so I KNOW that my passion is the body and the amazing innate ability it has to heal and restore itself. After becoming a mom and experiencing the physical and mental trauma that it comes with, my beliefs really were solidified.
With the help of regular chiropractic care AND regular massage, I really quickly recovered from pregnancy, and was able to keep up physically and mentally with motherhood. That’s when I thought how AMAZING it would feel to be able to give back in the same way that I had been given to. Then quickly thought, “I should become a massage therapist!” That’s when I started to look into massage school and into becoming a Certified Massage Therapist and I found The National Holistic Institute College of Massage Therapy.
I began their core program for massage which includes training in Swedish, Shiatsu, Deep Tissue, MyoFascial Therapy, Prenatal massage, as well as a few different relaxation techniques such as ; hot stone therapy, aromatherapy, body wraps and more.
My intention is to help facilitate your body’s natural ability to heal, and in return, I am receiving the positive energy that comes with that which helps me want to try harder and learn more from life.
“Healing yourself is connected with healing others.”
– Yoko Ono