John B. Campise Wellness Consulting




Dr. John B. Campise, D.C. grew up in Fresno California as the fourth child of six. He graduated from San Joaquin Memorial High School with honors in 1995, having been the number one runner and team captain for the SJM cross-country team his Junior and Senior years.

In 1994, John received his 100 hours certificate of training from Clovis Adult School for the study and practice of Shiatsu/Acupressure therapy.

After high school, with a full tuition academic scholarship, John majored in Biology and minored in Religious Studies at Santa Clara University while running for the Broncos Division One cross-country team.

In 1997, John transferred to Life Chiropractic College West in Hayward California to begin his four year Doctor of  Chiropractic degree program.

Raising D levels to prevent and treat cancer

 Health News # 14: Cellular phones & Vitamin D’s effect on the brain and Vitamin D’s effect on adolescents

Cellular threat to kids

Kids using their cell phones, using these common and seemingly safe devices significantly raises the risk of brain cancer in children.

According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, 31 percent of 8-10-year-olds, almost 70 percent of 11-to 14-year-olds, and 85 percent of 15- to 18-year-olds have cell phones. And, the majority of teens have owned a cell phone for five years or more.

Holding a phone to your ear appears innocent enough, but there’s the health concern regarding long-term exposure to radio-frequency electromagnetic fields that are emitted by them.  READ MORE

The chiropractic program at Life West is a very intense study of human anatomy (including one year of cadaver dissection) physiology, biochemistry, neurology, nutrition, radiology, pathology, microbiology, gerontology, pediatrics, biomechanics, obstetrics, embryology, blood, urine, and saliva laboratory assessment, and diagnosis of hundreds of diseases and conditions. Study and internship at the Life West public clinic included ten separate chiropractic adjusting techniques and hundreds of treatments to real patients with a broad spectrum of conditions. He graduated with honors in 2001.