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Meet The Doctor

Dr. Lucy Majerle Osgood
Chiropractic Performance Center
694 W Dana St, Suite A,
Mountain View, CA 94041


Dr. Osgood graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic-West in 1987. Since graduating, Dr. Osgood has studied extensively and is now one of only a handful of chiropractors in California to become a Distinguished Fellow of Chiropractic Bio-Physics (CBPTM), the state of the art full spine and pelvis rehabilitative technique with a foundation in mechanics and physics.

Dr. Osgood is an avid and accomplished athlete; she is therefore uniquely qualified to address the needs of fellow athletes with biomechanical problems.

Dr. Osgood has always been on the cutting edge of chiropractic health care. She prides herself on being well versed in sports injuries, injuries due to motor vehicle collisions and, as the mother of two, she has a personal connection with children and their mothers.

Dr. Osgood is someone who you can trust to tell you the truth about your health problem and what she may or may not be able to offer as a potential solution with chiropractic care. If you would like to discuss your health concerns, feel free to contact Dr. Osgood via telephone or email, she will respond promptly.

Welcome to Chiropractic Performance Center

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule


8:45 am-12:45 pm

2:45 pm-6:00 pm


8:45 am-12:45 pm



8:45 am-12:45 pm

2:45 pm-6:00 pm


9:00 am-12:45 pm



8:45 am-12:45 pm

2:45 pm-6:00 pm


By Appointment






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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I found Dr. Osgood years ago in Palo Alto. She is incredibly good at what she does. She helped me with very low vertebrae issues and helped me over come chronic pan through her treatments. She made me aware of my posture and is an overall great person and professional. Very happy to refer people to her. ♥"
    Siobhan N.
  • "Excellent Dr.! I always feel better after seeing her and for long periods of time. She leaves you with helpful instructions to help maintain good health between visits.
    My wife and I drive a good distance to come to her office but she is really worth it!"
    Rick U.
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