Rejuvenate Chiropractic Spa, East Ontario Avenue, Corona, CA, USA
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At Rejuvenate Chiropractic Spa, our goal is to provide personalized alternative medicine and spa treatments in Corona to help you feel rejuvenated and renewed. Whether you are seeking chiropractic care, acupuncture, massage therapy, or lifestyle and nutritional counseling, you can schedule an appointment with a chiropractor, massage therapist, or acupuncturist by calling our spa at 951-279-8900 today.
From Anaheim, take CA-91 E to the I-15 N/I-15 S exit and keep right, following signs for I-15 S/San Diego. Merge onto I-15 S and exit at Ontario Ave., turning left onto Ontario Ave. Cross under the Corona Freeway and turn into the first parking lot on your left, just before Starbucks; we are on the western side of the parking lot.
From Riverside, take CA-91 W and exit for I-15 S/I-15 N toward San Diego/Barstow. Stay left at the fork to merge onto I-15 S to San Diego. In approximately three miles, take the exit for Ontario Ave. and turn left onto Ontario Ave. We’ll be on your left just after the freeway; turn into our parking lot just before the Starbucks.
Areas We Serve
- Arlanza Village
- Casa Blanca
- La Sierra
- La Sierra Heights
- Lake Elsinore
- Home Gardens
- El Cerrito Sports Park
- Crossings at Corona
- Dos Lagos Golf Course
- Corona Historic Preservation Society
The city of Corona was originally founded as South Riverside in 1886, during the California “citrus boom.” Corona gained its current name in 1896; the name is derived from the city’s circular Grand Boulevard, which has also led to the city’s nickname of “The Circle City.” The city serves as the only major pass through the Santa Ana Mountains, a 61-mile mountain range situated between Orange County and Riverside County.
Today, Corona has a population of 158,391 and is known as the “Gateway to the Inland Empire.” Corona is now considered a major suburb of Los Angeles and contains a number of historical markers, including Butterfield Stage Station, Painted Rock, and the Serrano Tanning Vats.