Meet Dr. Lacy, Chiropractor


Dr. Christopher Lacy, D.C. graduated from Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 1969, and has been practicing for over 35 years. Dr. Lacy moved to Auburn, CA from Southern California in 1981 and has been practicing here ever since. In his spare time, "Doc" is an avid disc golfer and enjoys playing in local and PDGA sanctioned tournaments.

Meet Margie Lacy, Office Manager


Since 1986, Margie Lacy has been the office manager at Lacy Chiropractic. Margie is an award-winning quilter, her quilts juried into Local and International shows and most recently published in the book "500 Art Quilts" available in March 2010. Married since 1994, Margie and Dr. Lacy enjoy camping and traveling together in their time away from the office.

Our Mission


To help as many people as humanly possible.
To make a difference in every person whom we touch.
To help make this town, this county, this state, this nation,this world, a healthier, happier place.
We encourage our patients to help us by participating in this most important and noble mission.
Thank you God for this gift of purpose.

Statement of Purpose

The purpose of this office and my staff is to get sick people well and to keep well people healthy.
We intend to teach as many people as possible the true meaning of health and healing.
We will accomplish this by acting with love, integrity and selflessness.
Our office will be a home away from home where people, not a file number or an insurance card, can come and have fun, learn, be healthy and share their life with us.
We will never forget that the patient comes first and will treat that patient just as if they were a member of our personal family.
We will continue to strive to be the best doctor and staff that we can possibly be.

Dr. Lacy practices the Gonstead technique, a gentle, effective technique that is specific, accurate, and precise in evaluating and adjusting the spine. "Gonstead chiropractors approach the spine biomechanically, which means that they relate the structure of the spine to how they will adjust it. Gonstead doctors take great care in making sure you are in a mechanically correct position for adjustment. ... Your Gonstead practitioner uses the following methods to evaluate your spine: case history, X-ray examination, and palpation. By using these thorough methods of assessment, giving careful consideration to positioning, and relying on his or her expert training, your chiropractor can give you a proper adjustment, assuring you of biomechanically sound correction of your vertebral subluxations." (from The Gonstead Difference 1993, Perceptions Empowering Chiropractic Communication)