About Dr Syl
At the young age of five, Dr Syl was hit by a car. Injuries from the accident left him with a spine that was more susceptible to dysfunction and pain. He recieved his first Chiropractic adjustment shortly after the accident. It helped him find relief, and be able to enjoy the childhood sports he loved again. He knew then that he wanted to be able to share that same relief with others, and grew up to become a great Chiropractor.
Dr. Syl Desaulniers attended Life West Chiropractic College in 1983 and graduated with his Doctor of chiropractic in 1986 and has been providing quality patient care ever since.
He has consistently provided nutrition counseling and rehabilitation, in addition to quality musculoskeletal adjustments.
He added functional medicine to his repertoire of skills and by 1990, Dr Syl’s dedication to patient care allowed him to open his own practic in Sacramento, CA. In his free time he enjoys being in nature and playing golf.
With over 30 years of experience Dr. Syl has been able to help countless patients find relief from injury and dysfunction to be able to enjoy their life again. He’s gotten so skilled that his motto is,
“If we don’t get major improvement quickly, there is no charge.”
Dr. Syl’s current practice, Zero Limits Chiropractic, is an affiliate of Bliss Lifestyle Therapies and together we work to create a comprehensive answer to optimal health and hyper-wellness.
With extensive Nervous System training, in most cases Dr Syl can quickly and significantly reduce or eliminate the following in one visit:
- Neuropathies and Neuralgias
- Regional Pain Syndrom/RSD
- Herniated or bulging disc pain
- Loss of vibration sense
- Visual light sensitivity
- Dizziness and VBVertigo
- Burning Tongue/Mouth Syndrome
- Burning pain in genitals
- Female cyclical menstural pain
- Vaginal prolapse
- Bladder leakage/bedwetting
- Carpal tunnel or outlet syndromes
- Unoperated rotator cuff
- Frozen shoulder syndrome
- Numb, cold or burning hands/feet
- Raynaud’s syndrome
- Temporomandibular Joint syndrome (TMJ)
- Dropped or high arches
- Sweary palms, feet, arm pits
- M.S. symptoms
- Parkinson’s symptoms
- Rigidity from stroke
- ALS symptoms
- Gullain-Barre symptoms
- and much, much MORE!