Dr. Andrea Pritchett is the owner and director of Vital Life Wellness Center in Dublin, California. She is a licensed NUCCA practitioner who has been working with patients since 1996. Currently, she holds a Level 2 NUCCA certification.

She graduated Magna Cum Laude in her undergraduate studies at Biola University, where she took Biochemistry. Then, she pursued his postgraduate training at Life Chiropractic College West. She was awarded Summa Cum Laude.

Ever since she was young, she aspires to help people. She makes that dream come true as she helps anyone suffering from injuries, headaches, and other types of pain better their conditions naturally.

Technique/s: NUCCA technique

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Blogs by Dr. Pritchett, D.C.

Comparing Myofascial Pain Syndrome and Fibromyalgia

Myofascial pain syndrome (MPS) and fibromyalgia are among American patients' leading causes of pain. They share several similarities, making it exceptionally difficult for some people to distinguish their respective symptoms. If you can relate to this scenario, you might find it helpful to go through our guide below. This way, you can learn the differences between fibromyalgia and myofascial pain syndrome and determine whether you need a fibromyalgia chiropractic doctor, neurologist, physical therapist, or other healthcare providers.   Myofascial Pain Syndrome vs. Fibromyalgia Both fibromyalgia and myofascial pain syndrome are chronic pain disorders. They cause similar symptoms, including muscle pain, [...]

Getting a Vertigo Diagnosis: What You Need to Know

Have you ever experienced like your surrounding is spinning at an unprecedented speed? It’s that same sensation you feel after a brief time sitting in a merry-go-round. But, instead of making you feel thrilled, your insides churn. You find yourself desperately pleading to make the spinning sensation stop. Unfortunately, like other patients who seek a chiropractor for vertigo relief, this is your everyday reality. Do you know why you have vertigo episodes? The sooner you get answers, the better you can take control of each vertigo attack.   How a GP Diagnoses Vertigo Vertigo isn’t a condition or a disease. [...]

By |September 19th, 2021|Categories: Vertigo / Dizziness / Menieres|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Getting a Vertigo Diagnosis: What You Need to Know

What’s the Deal with Fibromyalgia and Gluten Intolerance?

Imagine this situation: For an entire day, you went on a very long hike, swam for miles, and had to carry a bag full of rocks during these activities. What do you think you'd feel the next day? You might answer, "exhausted and feeling pain all over my body."   You're probably wondering why this scenario. It's to give you an idea of what other people have to go through daily. The constant tiredness and soreness are what fibromyalgia patients have to deal with each passing day. In addition, these patients have to be careful in what they eat or do [...]

By |June 20th, 2021|Categories: Fibromyalgia / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on What’s the Deal with Fibromyalgia and Gluten Intolerance?

Avoid These 5 Food Items to Ease Your Vertigo

Coping with either central or peripheral vertigo is no fun. This condition makes people feel one of two things: either they are twirling, or their surroundings are spinning. Central vertigo often traces its roots to underlying issues that affect the brain stem or spinal cord, or even both. The peripheral version might be due to inner ear issues. Putting up with the visual and physical sensations brought about by either kind might make you want to indulge in some comfort foods. Before you do so, take a quick look at this list. Some of your choices might make matters worse. [...]

What Does a Fibromyalgia Flare Feel Like?

Some cases of fibromyalgia exhibit unpredictable patterns, making it extra challenging to manage the symptoms. You might feel totally fine on some days, so you don’t have much trouble doing your usual routine. Then, you might have those tough days when you can’t even force yourself out of bed because of unexplainable fatigue and dull but constant hip pain that radiates to your lower extremities. Does this sound anything like your case? When you get exposed to fibromyalgia triggers such as stress, do you experience fluctuating symptoms? If your answer is yes, then you may be experiencing what we call [...]

By |December 13th, 2020|Categories: Fibromyalgia / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome|Tags: , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on What Does a Fibromyalgia Flare Feel Like?

Does Meniere’s Disease Affect The Ears?

Yes, it does. Meniere’s disease is an awful disorder of the inner ear known for bringing these main symptoms: Tinnitus: a roaring, hissing, buzzing, or ringing sound in the affected ear Hearing loss that fluctuates and may become permanent over time Vertigo: a false sensation of motion, mainly spinning movement, of your environment or yourself Meniere’s disease frequently affects only one ear. People who suffer from this may also experience a feeling of fullness or congestion in the ear.  This condition can affect anybody at any age. However, it is common among people between the ages of 20 to 50 [...]

Dealing with Fibromyalgia: Tips from Celebrity Patients

"Some days are way worse. Some days aren't. But you know what I can do? I can go! Well, my hands work! My arms work." "My legs work, even though they are sore." "My back works! My brain works; my heart works!" "I'm taking breaths. My lungs work!  "You can (just) be grateful for what you can do."  – Lady Gaga These are the inspiring words of Lady Gaga, a patient and proud advocate for people with fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia (FM), according to the World Health Organization (WHO), is an autoimmune disease. It is also a chronic pain disorder that negatively [...]

By |June 14th, 2020|Categories: Fibromyalgia / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome|Tags: , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Dealing with Fibromyalgia: Tips from Celebrity Patients

Migraine Aura Symptom: What is Transient Aphasia?

Migraine with aura, also referred to as the classic migraine, is a recurring headache that appears after or during sensory disturbances called an aura. These disturbances or "auras" consist of blind spots, flashes of light, and other vision changes. This condition also includes tingling in your face or hands.  Aura frequently appears about five to sixty minutes before the incoming pain of a migraine. An aura is almost like a series of warning signs. According to the American Migraine Foundation, migraine with aura occurs in about 25 to 30 percent of individuals who experience migraine attacks.  What Is Transient Aphasia? [...]

By |April 12th, 2020|Categories: Migraines / Headaches|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Migraine Aura Symptom: What is Transient Aphasia?

Fibromyalgia Case Study: A 31-Year-Old Woman’s Recovery Story

Having fibromyalgia can be really frustrating. First, you must wait for a long period before doctors can confirm your illness. The process of getting a diagnosis may take months or longer and involve numerous tests to rule out other conditions. Second, once doctors have recognized your chronic condition, you are often left with only a few solutions to relieve your symptoms.  Despite these disappointing things, fibromyalgia patients should never lose hope. There is a silver lining after all. This article will talk about a piece of good news for fibromyalgia patients— upper cervical chiropractic, a form of care that many [...]

By |January 12th, 2020|Categories: Fibromyalgia / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome|Tags: , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Fibromyalgia Case Study: A 31-Year-Old Woman’s Recovery Story

Could This Gadget Be the Solution to Migrainous Vertigo?

Researchers have introduced a promising treatment for the common cause of vertigo. Scientists from the University of Texas in Dallas revealed a new gadget that they claim could help ease cluster headaches and vestibular migraines, the leading neurological causes of vertigo. Called the GammaCore, the gadget is a non-invasive device that delivers electrical stimulation. Holding the device on your neck during a vertigo attack would send electrical impulses to the vagus nerve. The vagus nerve functions as a communication highway between the body and the brain. The handheld device is already available on NHS England.  Vestibular Migraine and Key Results [...]

By |October 13th, 2019|Categories: Vertigo / Dizziness / Menieres|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Could This Gadget Be the Solution to Migrainous Vertigo?
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