Dr. Chad attended Kent State University then graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic where chiropractic was founded. However, Dr.Chad was not a normal student, he asked questions that no one else could like “Why did symptoms and pain come back?” and “Why weren’t the spinal manipulations/adjustments enough?” Frustrated by the thought of patients never healing, he began research to find the answer. It didn’t take long for Dr. Chad to find Chiropractic BioPhysics®, the world’s leading, scientifically proven chiropractic technique focusing on postural correction and spinal rehabilitation as a means to address not just pain, but disease and organ dysfunction. Dr. Chad trained and studied hard to receive his Advanced Certification in Chiropractic BioPhysics® (CBP) then shortly after he created Advanced Corrective Chiropractic in November of 2004.
Dr. Chad and Advanced Corrective Chiropractic have received numerous awards such as Best of Loudoun, Loudoun’s Favorite, Top 40 Under 40 and Loudoun 100.
Community outreach and engagement is extremely important to Dr. Chad. The team sponsors and participates in numerous events throughout the year such as the Loudoun Lyme Walk and Run supporting the National Capital Lyme Disease Association to help find a cure for Lyme Disease. This is near to Dr. Chad’s heart as his wife and two of three children live with Chronic Lyme Disease. For anyone that knows the office staff, all military veterans, members and first responders mean the world to Advanced Corrective Chiropractic. Dr. Chad continuously finds ways to give back to our military, first responders and their families by contributing and volunteering with organizations.
After graduating from James Madison University with a degree in Exercise Science, Dr. Nick attended Palmer College of Chiropractic, Florida, where he was a founding member of the Chiropractic BioPhysics Club. He then went on to get his Advanced Certification in Chiropractic BioPhysics® while working under a CBP Instructor in Colorado. Dr. Nick recently moved back to Virginia and joined the Advanced Corrective Chiropractic team in late spring of 2019.
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