Photos of the Serendipity office include adjusting tables and the Serendipity logo on a shiplap wall
Photo is Serendipity's adjusting area that includes adjusting tables and photos of Petaluma.
Serendipity's waiting area including teal chairs and a sliding barn door.

Welcome to Serendipity

The body is highly intelligent and able to reorganize based on the challenges that are presented to it. This explains why we feel pain for a short period of time that seemingly disappears by itself - the body has adapted.


These adaptations are called subluxations, or anchor points within the spine, that enable the body to move normally even though there is weakness or dysfunction in another area. Because the spine is so close to the spinal cord, even a small subluxation affects our movement and our nervous system.


Subluxation affects adults, teenagers and even children. At Serendipity Chiropractic, we find and adjust the subluxation to allow the body and nervous system to return to an optimal level of function.

At you or your child's exam, we will test nerve function as well as look at the structure of the spine to determine where changes need to be made and how much time that will require.

Office Hours

Monday & Wednesday:

8 AM – 1 PM, 2 – 6 PM

Tuesday & Thursday:

2 PM – 7 PM


8 AM – 1 PM

Dr. Jeremy was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. He spent many years as a professional musician and piano instructor before enrolling in chiropractic school at the age of 38 following a transformative experience with chiropractic. He graduated with honors from Life Chiropractic College West in December 2018, then along with his wife and four children, relocated to Georgia to join a busy personal injury clinic where he found a passion for extremities adjusting. He then moved to northern Virginia to broaden his knowledge base in a family wellness practice. Dr. Jeremy is excited to be back home in California, and he looks forward to helping each patient reach their full potential.

Dr. Jeremy Wroten, DC

Dr. Jeremy standing on a stone walking path with green foliage behind the clinic.