Nancy Madrigal Villalpando works primarily out of WSMC’s Penn Valley clinic. She graduated from the University of California, Davis with a bachelor’s degree in microbiology and later pursued a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic, West Campus. Born and raised around the Yuba City area, she isn’t new to the small-town living. She loves to be outdoors either walking trails, observing plant life, or looking for cute critters. She also enjoys doing extensive research, whether it is on hit movies or a patient’s complaint. She loves the challenge of fitting puzzle pieces together to aid her patients.
Dr. Madrigal Villalpando says “chiropractic piqued my interest because growing up I saw my mother deal with two herniated discs from a simple fall. I learned from my local Chiropractor how over time the body starts to shift from external forces which can then result in catastrophic injuries.” She attributes monthly chiropractic visits to her mother’s recovery. “Our local chiropractor was able to get her away from the need for surgery and medication simply by providing monthly adjustments to her spine. Now, 15 years later, she continues to live her optimal life: from traveling to Mexico to gardening to spending time with her grandchildren.”
Her main goal is to help increase her patients range of motion while decreasing pain. Her motto is “where there is a will, there is a way. As long as my patients have a will, I will find a way to help them.” Her focus is mainly on musculoskeletal issues to prevent neuromuscular complaints.