60 years combined experience
A Team Of Professionals
dr. sara irby
Dr. Sara was born and raised in Paradise, California. She has a wonderful mother, father, and younger sister. Dr. Sara played sports all throughout her schooling. She played soccer, softball, and basketball. Still today, she loves to play all kinds of sports and be outside doing physical activities. Her love of sports is what drew her into chiropractic along with working as a chiropractic assistant in her in-law’s office. Dr. Sara graduated from Life West Chiropractic College in 2014 as Summa Cum Laude.
Drs. Sara and Race have been married since 2011 and had always dreamt of opening their own office together. While she is in the office, Dr. Sara loves to focus on general family wellness and athletes.
dr. race irby
When Dr. Race and his family moved back to the U.S. they moved to a small town called Paradise and it was there that he met his future wife Dr. Sara Irby while attending Paradise High School. After high school, Dr. Race went off for a year of service to Panama to teach children’s classes in the indigenous areas. When Dr. Race returned, he started his undergrad work and then went on to study chiropractic at Life West in the Bay Area. He graduated in 2014, Magna Cum Laude.
During his free time, Dr. Race enjoys playing soccer, softball, swimming, hiking, and boating. Pretty much anything and everything is enjoyable! He and his wife have two cats (Maximus and Cleopatra) and two dogs (Arya and Eritrea) When in the office, Dr. Race loves to focus on family wellness and restoring and maintaining the natural curves of the spine.
dr. virginia irby
Virginia Irby is a chiropractor turned whole food nutritionist, practicing Functional Nutrition for the past 10 years. She graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1982, married her college sweetheart, also a chiropractor, and they started a practice in 1982 and still work together.
After an injury in 1997 which prevented her from continuing her career as a chiropractor, Dr. Virginia chose a different but related path so that she could still help patients achieve optimum health in a drug free way. After hundreds of hours of additional training and continuing education courses she received an Applied Clinical Nutrition Certificate, and continues to attend workshops and seminars regularly. The Functional Nutrition world is changing nearly daily and it takes diligent attention to the new studies and research to provide accurate and effective care for patients and the community.
Dr. Virginia takes her role as a healthcare provider very seriously. Her goal in sharing her knowledge and experience is to create educated patients who are more likely to participate in their healing, and the healing of their families, which in turn gives us a healthier drug-free community and world.