Dr. B was born and raised in Greensburg, Pennsylvania (about 45 miles east of Pittsburgh – what’s up Yinzers!?). While this is what he tells people, it’s not exactly true. He spent much of his early life traveling in the back of his dad’s conversion van to play hockey throughout the US and Canada. In high school, Dr. B played Junior A hockey in the USHL. He moved away from his family and friends to pursue his dream of playing college hockey. As a Junior hockey player, Dr. B (a self-proclaimed skinny, fast kid) learned how important chiropractic was to keep him skating and playing at a high-level.
Dr. B went on to play Division 1 college hockey, and after a difficult decision to end his hockey career, he was accepted to Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa.
After graduating chiropractic school in February of 2010, Dr. B started his own practice in his hometown of Greensburg, Pennsylvania. In 2012, he moved from Pennsylvania to Denver and saw the sun for the first time ever. For his first 5 years in Denver, Dr. B built a successful practice at Washington Park Chiropractic. He started Well Set in 2017.
We won’t bore you with all of the self-promoting details, but these certifications are pretty cool (and seriously advanced), and it’s rare (i.e., Dr. B is only 1 of two chiropractors in Denver with this line up) that a chiropractor would have them all. So, long story short, be sure to check them out at the links provided.
Dr. B uses a variety of soft tissue techniques and holds numerous certifications in these methods (e.g., IASTM/Graston, FAKTR, Rocktape, Functional Movement Taping).
When it comes to helping out his patients, Dr. B is especially good with active families (pregnant moms, dads, infants, and youth athletes), Weekend Warriors, and professional and college athletes. Dr. B has been a University team chiropractor in the past, and for the last few years he’s worked with NFL players and combine athletes to get them ready to perform at their highest potential.
With all joking aside, Dr. B’s goal with all of his patients is to get them feeling better and doing more within their first few visits. He wants to keep his patients active and to get them to maintenance care as soon as possible. To do this, he loves working with other medical providers to ensure that everyone is getting treatments that target the cause(s) of their discomfort by following a path of least invasiveness.
What have been your career highlights (so far)?
Every time a pregnant mom’s breech baby flips after using the Webster Technique, finding early cancer and serious health issues and getting patients to the medical professionals they need to see as early as possible, adjusting infants for the first time, and watching some patients win a Super Bowl.
What’s your goal in life?
Be a supportive, fun-loving husband, dad, colleague, and friend. Play more golf. Change the way people (and the medical profession) think about their chiropractors … unless you love us because that’s rad, and I don’t want to change that.
I Love You, Man
#1 Bucket List Trip?
Favorite Things In The World?
My daughters, Juniper (aka Juni, JuJu, Buzzy) and Goldie (aka G Unit, GoGo, Golden Jet), and Lily Buzek (the dog of the century)
Career Hockey Fight Wins: