About Dr. Lauren Clum
Dr. Lauren Clum has been serving the Oakland community as a chiropractor since 2007, helping primarily women dealing with chronic health challenges. She graduated from Sonoma State University with a degree in Business Administration, and from Life Chiropractic College West for her professional doctorate.
She’s completed extensive post-graduate training in upper cervical specific chiropractic, and has distinguished herself as an expert in her technique. In May of 2015, Lauren welcomed a precious baby girl, Kaiya, into her family. When Kaiya was about a year old, she was diagnosed with a rare neurogenetic disorder called Angelman Syndrome that resulted from a microdeletion on the 15th chromosome. With the variety of challenges that can arise for kids with Angelman Syndrome, Lauren and Kaiya were thrown into a brand new world that was quite intimidating on so many levels.
Along the way, a few things happened that really shifted Lauren’s role in her community, and as a result shifted the focus of her practice to helping more kids with neurodevelopmental disorders and their families, and began connecting with women in her community that were looking for increased fulfillment, clarity and love in their own lives.
Additionally, Dr. Lauren Clum serves as a Faculty Mentor at her alma mater, Life Chiropractic College West, supervising, advising and mentoring chiropractic interns through their clinical experiences as they earn their doctorate degrees. She brings an extremely loving, personal perspective to all of her work, and adores helping both her personal and professional communities!