Satya Sardonicus, DC
Satya Sardonicus, DC
Dr. Satya Sardonicus, DC, CACCP, is the founder of Little Adjustments chiropractic clinic and Biotensegrity Global, an innovative postgraduate education company that teaches practitioners to personalize patient care using an integrative individualized healing approach to optimize neurological, structural, energetic, and emotional function. A secondgeneration chiropractor, Dr. Sardonicus is the creator of Integrative Therapeutic Resonance, a groundbreaking treatment method that teaches patients how to harness their own intelligent healing capabilities to facilitate lasting recovery and promote increased stability and internal resilience. Rather than forcing change from the outside in, Dr. Sardonicus treats the body as a single functional unit that deserves a comprehensive approach to understanding and unwinding the trauma it holds.
Dr. Sardonicus completed her doctoral degree from Life Chiropractic College West in 2010 and completed certification through the Academy of Family Practice Council on Chiropractic Pediatrics in 2014. She received her Bachelor of Science degree: Psychoneuroimmunology from the University of Massachusetts: Amherst in 2007. Dr. Sardonicus is a teacher, adjunct professor, and professional speaker and serves as a clinical supervisor and guest lecturer for courses in Pediatrics and Clinical Neurology at the University of Western States.
Balancing a private practice with a growing international teaching program, Dr. Sardonicus boasts a unique perspective of the healing process, and her deeply personal experience with trauma and chronic illness inspired her to innovate treatment strategies and teaching programs that extend beyond traditional chiropractic care.
Dr. Sardonicus was raised with a strong focus on a natural healing and wellness lifestyle grounded in chiropractic, yoga, Buddhist and Native American spirit practices, herbal medicine, organic food, music and art. Dr. Sardonicus has started four entirely referral-based cash practices, most recently in Portland, Ore., where she specializes in sensory processing, chronic stress, trauma, and supporting fellow healers on their own paths toward health, wellness, and resilience.