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Andrew Tutino, D.C.

Andrew Tutino (Dr. Andy) is a man with a mission: to help as many people as possible lead healthy lives. A graduate of the Cleveland Chiropractic College in Los Angles, he was licensed as a doctor of chiropractic in 1990 by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners and by the California State Board. He maintains two practices in San Diego, California, at Delta Chiropractic Clinic and at the Optimum Health Institute. He is a past president of the San Diego chapter of the California Chiropractic Association, and has been honored as New Doctor of the Year and Doctor of the Year. He has also been recognized by the State Legislature of California for his service to the community. In individual sessions with patients, weekly lectures at the institute and talks to groups nationwide, Dr. Andy spreads the message that you can live in true health care, not in disease care. He has added a website,, to reach a wider audience with daily updates on the latest news about health. He believes that the best way to teach people about health is through straight talk and a dose of humor. Above all, he works from a genuine sense of caring and love of people of all ages and stages of their lives.

Dr. Andy practices what he preaches about the habits of healthy living. A native of San Diego, he maintains a healthy weight through diet and exercise and a healthy mind through strong family and community ties. He and his wife Sallie have been married for 32 years and are raising their two children, Christina 28 and Nino 25. Whether at home, in print or in his lectures, Dr. Andy’s message is the same: Stop and Think!


Graduated from
Cleveland Chiropractic College at Los Angeles in 1989.
Memberships: BBB Member, 2018


Diversified Cox
Trigger Point Ther.
Activator Methods
Motion Palpation
Manual Manipulation
Myofascial Release


Full Spine
Holistic Care
MRI - Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Weight Management
Workman's Comp


X-ray Examination
Massage Therapy
Segmental Traction Machine
Mechanical Decompression Table

Greg Ninberg, D.C.

Dr. Greg Ninberg graduated in 1989 from Palmer College of Chiropractic-West in Sunnyvale California. Born and raised in Bakersfield, California, he moved to San Diego, to begin his career in Chiropractic care.

Dr. Ninberg spent more than 8 years on staff with a company dedicated to rehabilitation, where he gained hands-on experience working with Physical Therapists, Athletic Trainers, Physicians and other Chiropractors. He instructed patients on the use of strength and training equipment to augment injury recovery, as well as provided in-services to other Healthcare Professionals.

"Dr. Greg", as his patients call him, is now practicing at Delta Chiropractic in Lemon Grove. Delta offers convenient hours and accepts most insurances. The staff is warm and caring, and supports our mission of offering superior care and treatment. Delta Chiropractic has been at the same location for over 24 years. Services include Massage Therapy, Nutritional Counseling, Physiotherapy Modalities, Decompression Table, Segmental Traction Machine and X-Ray.

Chiropractors help in restoring nervous system function and proper spinal biomechanics.

Dr. Ninberg has devoted his time and practice to the greater San Diego area. He is married and has one daughter, and enjoys hiking, biking, swimming, and ocean kayaking. In the summer you will usually find him behind the BBQ grilling while enjoying life with family and friends.

Denise Lopez is our Office Administrator, and has been with our office since 2010.

is our CA (Chiropractic Assistant).

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