Please, Allow Me To Introduce Myself!
I am a second generation chiropractor, following in my father’s footsteps. My patient hours are by appointment Monday through Friday.
I graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1975 with Batchelor of Science and Doctor of Chiropractic degrees. While at Palmer, I was an assistant instructor in Diagnosis, X-Ray and Clinical Applications. Post-graduate studies include membership in the Gonstead Clinical Studies Society, Activator Methods training and Applied Kinesiology workshops.
In the past, I served on the adjunct faculty of Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, as an advisor to William Peightel, PhD., chairperson of the Biology Department.
Prior to move back to Bucks County, I was in private practice in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania since 1976. That practice was, as this practice is a general practice of chiropractic. I cared for 65-80 patients per day using the protocols of the Gonstead Clinic of Chiropractic.
The Gonstead Technique is a system used to analyze and care for the spine. It is a gentle, effective technique that is specific, accurate and precise. In brief, the methods of analysis used to evaluate your current state of health include: a case history, postural and gait analysis, static and motion palpation, active and passive range of motion, thermographic instrumentation and postural, weight-bearing x-rays.
Annually, I spend 25 days in post-graduate and re-licensing classes to be certain that you get the latest and best chiropractic care available.
Yours for good health, naturally!
Dr. S. Brian Crum