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You Can Expect More from This Walnut Creek Chiropractor

Your first visit will involve little or no waiting, but you should expect to spend one hour of face to face time with the Dr. Douglas Cancel for your initial visit.

Why one hour instead of the 8 to 12 minutes you’ve been accustomed to? Because this Walnut Creek chiropractor is going to treat you like a “Pro.” And this means taking the necessary time up front to determine the underlying cause of your problem.

This is particularly important with regard neck, back, and shoulder problems where unsuccessful treatment often begins with an inaccurate diagnosis. Dr. Cancel does not wish to waste time with ineffective treatments or strategies that are unlikely to work.

Look to Dr. Douglas Cancel and team at Performance Sport Care. We serve the residents of Walnut Creek, CA, and the nearby communities of Concord, Pleasant Hill, Danville and Lafayette.

Appointments: Our staff is always ready to help with you scheduling, insurance or anything else you may need during your time with us. We will take extra care to listen to your concerns, answer all your questions and thoroughly explain your condition and treatment options. To schedule an appointment, please call us at (925) 945-1155 or you can use our Request an Appointment form.

If at any time you are unable to keep your appointment, please notify us. We will be glad to reschedule your appointment at a more favorable time. We greatly appreciate your time and consideration and look forward to seeing you.

Patient Forms

If you have made your initial appointment, you can preregister by clicking on the links below to download our New Patient Forms. Please print and complete the forms prior to your arrival. This will help to speed up the new patient registration process.

  • New Patient Packet
    *This packet is required of ALL NEW patients except those who have sustained injury(ies) from an auto accident.
  • Personal Injury Packet
    *This packet is required of NEW patients who have injuries/complaints resulting from an auto accident.
  • Request for Medical Records
    *Form for patients who need to obtain prior imaging studies or records from a previously visited facility.
  • Updated Patient Information
    *Form for returning patients who have not been seen for one year or longer.

Pain Forms

Insurance: We accept most insurance plans. Please call us to verify whether or not we are participating with a particular insurance company.

Billing and Financial Responsibility: Please call our office if you have any questions regarding an invoice and we will be happy to assist you.

Get the best possible results faster with your chiropractic treatment at Performance Sport Care. To schedule your visit, call (925) 945-1155 or use our Request an Appointment form.

Our Services

Sports Injury

When engaging in any sports activity, it is important to stay healthy and pain-free so you can perform at your best. But with injuries, you may become limited in your flexibility, mobility and function. Maximize your participation in sports activities with Dr. Douglas Cancel’s help.

Shoulder Injury

Our shoulders consist of an interlocking network of soft tissues, tendons, muscles and bones, which allows us to perform a wide range of motion. From reaching our back to stretching out to throw a pitch, our shoulders are involved every step of the way in our day-to-day life.

Spine & Knee Injury

Our spine and knees are made of complex system of bones and muscles, which, unfortunately, are prone to problems. In the case of knee disorders, one of its most common causes is osteoarthritis. This degenerative disease affects the muscles, ligaments and tendons that surround the joints. On the other hand, spine problems usually involve herniated or slipped discs, which cause radiating pain

Leg & Hip Injury

Musculoskeletal problems in the hips and legs are triggered by inflammation of the joints. When this happens, walking, running or bearing weight on the affected hip/s can be very difficult to do. In many instances, this condition is characterized with pain, restricted mobility and limited function.