Dr. Angelique Waite, founder and owner of RIBS, holds a B.S. in Exercise Science from Creighton University and a Doctorate in Chiropractic Medicine from Palmer College. Dr. Waite has been in practice since 2006 in Menlo Park. Dr. Waite not only treats the spine but also the extremities. She has treated the knees of professional cyclists, the hands of musicians, the backs of police officers, the shoulders of golfers, and the feet of marathon runners. Dr. Waite is Full Body Certified in Active Release Techniques® (ART®), a complete soft tissue injury management system. She is also certified in Graston Technique, an Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization Technique which incorporates patented tools to effectively treat areas exhibiting soft tissue fibrosis and chronic inflammation. She is also certified in Fascial Movement Taping (ROCKTAPE), a movement based kinesiology taping technique, based on muscles acting as a chain. Dr. Waite has been an NSCA-certified Personal Trainer since 1999 and is currently pursuing a diplomat in Sports Chiropractic Rehabilitation.
Dr. Waite treats a variety of both professional and recreational athletes, with her philosophy and treatment approach stemming from her diverse personal and professional experience. She has a passion for sports, loves playing indoor soccer with her husband, and spent 15 years competing statewide in tap, ballet, and jazz. She has also participated in multiple marathons, half marathons, and 5 & 10k races.
Dr. Waite continues to give back to the community of Menlo Park by helping support “Kids 4 Sports” Family Fun Run, the Otter Run, and the Big Bear Run. She has also helped support and trained with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. She has worked at the Ironman World Championships in Kona on the Medical Team and helped with the Crossfit Games. Dr. Waite with the rest of the staff at Revitalize Integrated Body Systems have worked as a team to help support the Relay for Life in Menlo Park.
Enabling her patients to enjoy “life to the fullest” is Dr. Angelique Waite's goal.