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Where did Dr. Rodrock train?
Dr. Rodrock completed his chiropractic degree in December 2000 from Cleveland Chiropractic College.
In 2001 he received his certification in Acupuncture from Cleveland Chiropractic College.
In 2002 he received his CCSP (Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician) from Palmer School of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa.
He is a member of the
KCA (Kansas Chiropractic Association),
ACA (American Chiropractic Association),
DCCA (Douglas County Chiropractic Association).
He is a Pinnacle Interface group leader for local and regional chiropractors.
What techniques does he commonly use when adjusting?
Dr. Rodrock utilizes a number of techniques when adjusting including Diversified, Gonstead, Gentle adjusting techniques including Activator and Prone adjusting.
What can I expect on my first visit?
Dr. Rodrock will begin with a thorough examination assessing your areas of concern. Dr. Rodrock may need to obtain x-rays of your spine in order to make an accurate diagnosis. After you initial examination Dr. Rodrock will review all the findings from your history and examination so he can recommend the best course of treatment.
Rodrock obtains sports certification!
Jeremy Rodrock has obtained the postgraduate designation of Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician by the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians. The instruction is specific to physical fitness and the evaluation and treatment of injuries encountered in sports. The doctor must take and successfully pass a comprehensive written examination. The accreditation exists to provide a uniform standard of education that assures teams and athletes that the doctor has met a minimum level of competency in chiropractic sports medicine. Rodrock joins more than 3,500 others internationally who hold this designation.
Baldwin City Signal, Wednesday, January 21, 2004