Dr. Matt Fuller grew up with a passion for helping others. Aspiring to enter emergency medicine, Dr. Fuller participated in a competitive internship program in a level 3-trauma center. During this period, Dr. Fuller came to the realization he wanted a deeper and lasting influence upon his patients. After meeting a chiropractor that specialized in functional movement, Dr. Fuller recognized the profound impact chiropractic possessed. Dr. Fuller received his pre-medical training at the University of California, Santa Barbara and completed his formal chiropractic doctorate at Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose, California where he graduated Cum Laude. While in attendance at Palmer College of Chiropractic, Dr. Fuller was heavily involved in the campus and professional community. Dr. Fuller served as President of the student body and participated in multiple professional legislative conferences both in Sacramento and Washington, D.C.
Dr. Fuller’s professional interests are in helping his patients along the path of recovery. He believes evaluation and correction of movement dysfunction is the key to injury prevention and recovery. Dr. Fuller integrates various advanced techniques such as Active Release Technique®, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, and exercise rehabilitation into his chiropractic sessions. His attention to the well-being of his patients comes through in every chiropractic session.
When Dr. Fuller is not in the office, he is an avid hiker and outdoorsman. He loves trekking abroad and exploring new territory. In the past, Dr. Fuller has traveled abroad to El Salvador and Fiji to offer chiropractic services for those in need.
- American Chiropractic Association
- Escape from Alcatraz
- Sea Otter Classic
- Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk
- San Jose Double Run
- San Jose Turkey Trot
- California Beach Volleyball Association Tournament
- Golden Gate Half Marathon
- San Francisco Gaelic Athletic Association
- Road to Recovery 5k
- Palmer Clinic Abroad Program, Fiji
- Active Release Technique® Lower Extremity
- Active Release Technique® Upper Extremity
- RockTape FMT 1 & 2
- Dynamic Tape
- UCSF Running Course, Level 1