Dr. James H. Judevine was raised in Portola, California, which is located northwest of Lake Tahoe in Plumas Country. He attended San Diego State University on an academic scholarship and played on the intercollegiate baseball team for the Aztecs for three years. Following baseball, Dr. Judevine worked as a personal trainer while finishing his undergraduate studies. He then attended Palmer West Chiropractic College in San Jose, California. He graduated in March of 96' with Magna Cum Laude honors. From there he opened his first practice in a suburb of San Diego in September of 1996. Following 5 years at that location, he relocated his practice to a multi-discipline center where he worked alongside acupuncturists, massage therapists, nutritionists, psychologists, medical doctors, and yoga and pilates instructors. In July of 2002, Dr. Judevine moved to Santa Rosa, California and took over Bailey Family Chiropractic. After a smooth transition, the name was officially changed to Judevine Chiropractic and Rehabilitation Clinic. Dr. Judevine's daughter Jocelyn, was born in 2006. Besides spending time at the park and pool with Jocelyn, Dr. Judevine is an avid golfer, and also enjoys staying in shape through hiking, weight training, and playing tennis.