Meet Our Team

Meet the Chiro-Medical Group team! Click on a practitioner's photo or name to learn more about them.

  • Scott Calzaretta

    Scott Calzaretta, DC, CCSP


    Dr. Calzaretta is the director and founder of the Chiro-Medical Group. He has been in practice since 1985, and has successfully pioneered the design and operation of a multi-disciplinary health care facility. He has traveled extensively both nationally and abroad treating professional and world class athletes.

    Dr. Calzaretta was a founding board member of F.I.C.S (World Governing Body of Sports Chiropractic). His knowledge and experience in treating athletes was a key factor in his appointment as a team doctor in the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, Korea.  He is a State Appointed Qualified Medical Evaluator and Certified Industrial Disability Examiner.  Dr. Calzaretta has taken his experience in sports and rehabilitative medicine and has successfully integrated them into the comprehensive health care approach offered by the Chiro-Medical Group.


    • University of Delaware: Pre-Medical Undergraduate Program 1982
    • Life Chiropractic College, Doctor of Chiropractic 1985
    • Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician 1988
    • Certified Industrial Disability Examiner 1990
    • State Appointed Qualified Medical Evaluator, California, 1991
    • American College of Sports Medicine Certified Team Physician Program 1991/2004
    • Certification in Manipulation Under Anesthesia, Staff Privileges  SF Surgery Center 1994
    • Titleist Performance Institute Medical Professional Level 3 Certified  2007
    • Independent Medical Evaluator for the State of Alaska
    • SpineCor Accredited for Dynamic Bracing of Scoliosis 2008

    Professional Associations:

    • American Chiropractic Association
    • American Chiropractic Association Sports Council
    • American College of Sports Medicine
    • American Association of Sensory Medicine
    • California Chiropractic Association

    Professional Appointments:

    • XXIV Olympic Games, Seoul, Korea
    • World Martial Arts Championships
    • Jr. Olympics of Taekwondo
    • World Corporate Games
    • World Power lifting Championships
    • North American Powerlifting Championships
    • All African Championships
    • World Championships of Athletics
    • Coors Light Professional Cycling Team
    • United States Olympic Freestyle Ski Team, World Cup Competition
    • Sports Medicine Committee of the United States Taekwondo Union (former)
    • Assistant to the President, Federation Internationale de Chiropratique Sportive(former)
    • Professional Theatre Tour (Cats, Rockets, Damn Yankee, Wizard of Oz,etc.)
    • Team In Training Running & Cycling Club
    • Bill Graham Presents, Another Planet Entertainment-On Call for Bay Area Concert Tour


    • International protocols for Multi-disciplinary Sports Medicine; Los Angeles College of Chiropractic
    • Chiropractor’s Role in a Multi-disciplinary Spine Center; American Back Society, San Francisco, CA
    • Chiropractic Treatment for the Scoliosis Patient: Saint Francis Memorial Hospital, San Francisco, CA
    • Sacroiliac Syndrome; Rome, Italy
    • Management of the Extremity Injury as Part of the Sports Medicine Team; Montreal, Canada
    • Chiropractic Care of the Elite Tennis Player, STMS UCSF Medical Center Sports Medicine, Indian Wells, CA
    • Instructional DVD, Bodyrev Back 2007, exercises for the back (prevention & rehabilitation)
    See Dr. Calzaretta's profile on Healthgrades.
  • Taylor Rabbetz

    Taylor Rabbetz, DC, CCSP


    Taylor Rabbetz, D.C., has practiced chiropractic in the Bay Area since 2000. He graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic West, cum laude, and specializes in the treatment of sports-related injuries. Dr. Rabbetz utilizes a functional approach as to how the spine and the extremities are truly integrated when an injury occurs with extensive knowledge of soft tissue and repetitive strain injuries. He strongly believes in an integrated approach to health care that combines the effectiveness of several disciplines to provide a more rounded approach to health care.

    Having completed postgraduate programs in active release techniques, Graston and is a graduate of the American College of Sports Medicine Team Physician program, Dr. Rabbetz has served as team physician for many sports teams and events, including the Olympic Club Rugby Team, the US 1/2 Marathon and IronMan Triathlon medical staff. He has lectured to various athletic groups on preventative measures to minimize exposure to injuries as well as the best steps to take once injured.

    Dr. Rabbetz hails originally from Calgary, Alberta, Canada where he earned his undergraduate degree form the University of Calgary.

  • David Suarez, MD

    David Suarez, MD

    Medical Department

    Dr. David Suarez is a UCSF and Stanford-trained physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R) physician. He is fellowship-trained in sports medicine, regenerative medicine, and interventional spine care, and is board-certified by the American Board of PM&R. He specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders, including sports and spine injuries, using the latest ultrasound technology and advanced regenerative medicine and orthobiologic practices, such as platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections, bone marrow and adipose cell procedures (aka stem cell procedures), and prolotherapy. He will be incorporating fluoroscopy-guided spine procedures in the future. His philosophy is to use a multidisciplinary team approach to diagnose, treat, and rehabilitate acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries and dysfunction.

    Dr. Suarez is a fluent and native Spanish-speaker who has called the Bay Area home for the last three decades, including 12 fantastic years in San Francisco. He was Chief Resident at Stanford and participated in multiple research and community projects at UCSF. In his free time, he enjoys taking advantage of all the cultural and outdoor activities the Bay Area has to offer with his family.

  • Nick Santos, DC

    Nick Santos, DC


    Dr. Nick Santos, from Chicago, IL, graduated from North Central College with a BS in Exercise Science. He received his Doctorate in Chiropractic from National University of Health Sciences. He is skilled at treating a variety of musculoskeletal disorders including back and neck pain, as well as conditions of the extremities (shoulder, knee, ankle etc.).

    Dr. Santos utilizes many different treatment techniques including chiropractic adjustments, soft tissue mobilization, corrective exercises and rehabilitation. He is currently pursuing credentials in the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT). The McKenzie Method is an assessment that uses the patient’s response to specific movements to treat musculoskeletal pain and associated conditions. This therapy gives patients the ability to understand the causes of their discomfort and empowers them to be in control of their own symptom management.
    Dr. Santos was on the receiving end of chiropractic care while he was a high school and collegiate wrestler. As a life-long athlete, he learned how beneficial chiropractic care can be for treating injuries and preventing them too. He maintains an active lifestyle by participating in CrossFit workouts and enjoying outdoor activities such as hiking and fishing.

  • Payal Gaglani, DPT

    Payal Gaglani, DPT

    Physical Therapy

    Payal is an experienced physical therapist with advanced knowledge of orthopedics, having completed her post-doctoral residency at John Hopkins Hospital. While she was with Cottage Health System in Santa Barbara, California, she helped develop post-operative protocols for knee/hip replacements and ACL reconstructions. Payal also developed unique skills while she worked internationaly as a traveling personal physical therapist for the Saudi Royal Family. She worked alongside orthopedic surgeons from Germany, Saudi Arabia and the United Kingdom to provide pre- and post-operative treatment.


  • Jocelyn Randall, DPT

    Jocelyn Randall, DPT

    Physical Therapy

    Jocelyn obtained her Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) from Azusa Pacific University in Southern California in 2018. Since then, she has attended numerous continued education courses with emphasis on treatment for the knee, ankle and thoracic spine. Having previously been a competitive volleyball player, Jocelyn is passionate about sports rehabilitation and providing her patients with body mechanics education for sustainable high performance.  
    Jocelyn’s approach to treatment has a heavy emphasis on manual therapy including myofascial release, joint mobilization, Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) and Muscle Energy Techniques (MET). She strives to provide the highest level of care with evidence-based practice and the latest therapeutic approaches in physical therapy. Outside of the clinic she enjoys weight lifting, wine tasting and exploring restaurants around the city.
  • Charlene Bueno, PT

    Charlene Bueno, PT

    Physical Therapy

    Charlene was born and raised in the Philippines, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. She participated in an extensive clinical internship program which included rotating to different hospitals, community rehabilitation centers, and specialized clinics for orthopedic, sports, and neurological cases. Prior moving to the Bay Area 3 years ago, she worked part-time in a sports clinic and a home health agency.
    Being a foreign graduate, she did another internship upon arriving in the Bay Area for 6 months in an outpatient facility. After receiving her license, she worked for the same company for another year. Because of her experiences, she uses a more holistic approach when treating patients; focusing on the individual rather than fixating on the impairments themselves.
    She is very excited to be working with her colleagues at Chiro-Medical Group, because she loves gaining new experience which will enhance her growth as a physical therapist. Currently, Charlene is planning to go to graduate school to aquire her DPT. When not treating patients, Charlene enjoys traveling, binge-watching series, listening to music, bullet journaling, playing soccer, and skiing.
  • Pollie Enguillado, PT Assistant

    Pollie Enguillado, PT Assistant

    Physical Therapy

    Born and raised in the Bay Area, Pollie graduated from Sacramento State with a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology. He attended Physical Therapy Assistant school at Gurnick in San Mateo, CA. Pollie has experience working in acute care and ICU. Most recently he worked in the outpatient department at the David Grant Hospital on Travis Air Force Base. In his free time, Pollie enjoys snowboarding and playing basketball.