Dr. Tracie M. Cusimano
Huntington Beach Chiropractor

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Tracie M. Cusimano, D.C. - Huntington Beach


Welcome to our office!


Dr. Tracie M. Cusimano is a leading Huntington Beach chiropractor and low back pain specialist with a gentle touch who believes in a preventative approach to health and wellness.

Dr. Cusimano provides gentle and non-invasive treatments for neck pain, sciatica, back pain, herniated discs, headaches, whiplash and many other conditions. She has helped thousands of patients recover from sports injuries, work related injuries and automobile accident injuries.

She has been providing chiropractic care to patients in the Huntington Beach area for over 18 years with a focus on natural pain relief and wellness care. She is committed to relieving your pain using the combined principles of chiropractic, physiotherapy and massage therapy.

Her approach to chiropractic care focuses on the mechanical problems of the spine that may be causing your symptoms. By restoring normal aligmnent and movement of the spinal joints, the nervous system can function at an optimal level. As a result, you have improved function and less pain. This approach is different from traditional medicine, which relies on medication to "cover up" your pain rather than treating the underlying cause of your problem.

Dr. Cuismano uses a variety of techniques to get you on the road to good health. The utilization of spinal adjustments, electrical muscle stimulation, ultrasound, massage therapy and exercise instruction are only a few tools under her belt.

Although a chiropractor cannot "cure" a condition such as osteoarthritis, we can help you restore and maintain as much function as possible to help you live in less pain and discomfort. Patients seeking care with us are assured of receiving only the finest quality care, because Dr. Cusimano has a genuine concern for your well-being.


Our Huntington Beach office is conveintly located in Old World Village, across from Bella Terra and near the 405 freeway.


Proudly serving Orange County including Huntington Beach, Westminster, Fountain Valley, Costa Mesa and surrounding cities.








Featured Article: Health Benefits of Hiking


Dr. CusimanoThe great thing about hiking is that it exists along a whole continuum, from a stroll on a level path to climbing mountains. Almost everybody, paying little heed to age or athletic capacity, can discover a hike that offers the correct level of physical and mental challenge. Furthermore, hiking may even offer some mental and physical rewards.


Hiking is a great way to improve your cardiovascular fitness, especially if your hike incorporates a few inclines, which will result in your heart working harder. Hiking on an uneven trail will engage your core and help develop your balance. However, in the event that you have issues with balance or vision, utilizing trekking poles can give you an additional level of security on an uneven route. Poles with spiked metal tips are great to use when hiking on dirt or grass. Plant the pole in front of you to take pressure off your knee, hip and ankle joints.


Hiking is a natural way to relieve stress and anxiety. Along with the positive physical effects of hiking, just being outside in nature has powerful stress relieving effects. Some smaller studies suggest that spending time in green spaces may decrease people's stress and anxiety levels. Giving the developing agreement that anxiety adds to hypertension and coronary artery disease, anything you can do to minimize stress and anxiety is likely useful.


Here are his tips for your next hike:


1. Always have a map and/or GPS so you don't get lost. A hiking partner will provide you both safety and company. On the chance that you go it alone, let somebody know your route and when you plan to return.


2. Hiking shoes or boots are essential and your feet will thank you later. Make sure you break them in before you attempt longer hikes. There are hiking socks that are made out of silk that will help prevent blisters. The socks were a life-saver when I hiked to the top of Yosemite's Half Dome.


3. Water, water, water! Stay hydrated. For the longer hikes, there are electrolyte tablets that you can put in your water to prevent dehydration.


Looking for a trail near you? Socalhiker.net is a great place to start if you're in Southern California.

Office Hours




Monday 8:30am 7:00pm
Tuesday 8:30am 7:00pm
Wednesday 8:30am 7:00pm
Thursday 8:30am 7:00pm
Friday 8:30am 7:00pm
Saturday 8:30am 12:00pm
Sunday Closed Closed

Meet Dr. Cusimano



Dr. Tracie M. Cusimano

Dr. Cusimano is a native of Huntington Beach, California and graduate from Southern California University of Health Sciences. She received the Dean's List honor as well as the Delta Sigma Scholastic Society award. She worked at Cal State...read more about Dr. Cusimano

Business Information

Tracie M. Cusimano, D.C.

7561 Center Ave., Unit 26

Huntington Beach,CA 92647




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