Morgan Smith DC, MPH was named “Best of Atlanta” by Atlanta Magazine in 2015 & 2018. He recently moved to San Francisco and is actively building his practice in Noe Valley. Dr. Smith enjoys spending time with his patients and combines a mind-blowing variety of techniques to create individualized treatment plans. He is truly unique.
About Dr. Smith
Dr Smith grew up in the South and practiced in the Atlanta area for the past 13+ years. He recently moved to San Francisco and is now accepting patients at his Noe Valley location. Dr. Smith sets himself apart by truly listening to his patients and spending the time needed to provide extraordinary care. He combines massage, craniosacral, reiki, extremity adjustments and a bewildering number of other techniques to craft exactly the treatment that is needed at the time.
Doctor Smith studied Biology at the University of Georgia, Athens. His research focus was in plant genetics, and he remains a plant hoarder to this day. He then attended Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with his Doctor of Chiropractic. His focus of study was in Sports Medicine and Myofascial Therapies. At graduation, Dr. Smith was named “Best in Clinic” by his mentors and peers and “most likely to teach or do research”. Doctor Smith most recently earned his Master of Public Health from Georgia State University. His area of concentration was Bio-statistics, and the topic of his Thesis was “The Association between Meditation and Cardinal Indicators of Health.”
An Evolving Style
Dr. Smith was league Chiropractor for The Atlanta Rollergirls from 2007 through 2011 and recently began working with the Bay Area Derby league. While his practice has always had a strong sports bend, it is not exclusively that. He incorporates as many different modalities as he can get his hands on: Reiki, Breathwork, Trigger Point Therapy, Acupressure, Cupping, Massage, Muscle Scraping, Active and Passive release techniques to name a few.
Dr. Smith began learning myofascial methods of healing while still in Chiropractic School. However, it was only after getting into practice that he began to rely so heavily on them. While adjustments are great, it really does take so much more to adequately address an injury/issue/health concern. Today he incorporates diet, ergonomics, injury rehab, sports massage, and a host of other approaches to try and get to the root cause of an issue.
New to San Francisco
Doctor Smith recently moved to the Inner Sunset with his family and is settling in for a long stay. He is very excited to explore San Francisco, make new friends, and find his sangha.
His office is located on Castro street in Noe Valley and is shared with a Pilates instructor. If you have any questions feel free to reach out. He will do his best to get you taken care of.