Wednesday, October 25, 2017
We are very excited to announce that Dr. Bauman will be joining Chiropractic Centers of Short Pump effective immediately.
He was born in Virginia, but raised in Canton, Ohio. While growing up, Dr. Bauman enjoyed playing sports such as baseball and swimming. After high school he enlisted in the Marine Corps where he served two tours in Afghanistan.
Once he completed his enlistment, he began his education at the University of Akron where he majored in Exercise Science. He quickly recognized his passion in the study of anatomy and kinesiology. Recognizing how much chiropractic had helped his family, it was a natural fit to continue his education to be a Chiropractor. Dr. Bauman attended Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida where he received his degree in 2017. Along with his doctorates degree, Dr. Bauman completed electives in Graston, Activator, sports chiropractic, and performed community services to help homeless veterans receive chiropractic care.
Dr. Bauman recently moved to the Richmond area with his wife, daughter and two dogs. He enjoys all the outdoor activities that the area has to offer. Dr. Bauman is an avid sports fan, and relates to athletes well. He is excited to be able to help the Short Pump community strive for optimal health and wellness.
With the addition of Dr. Bauman to our office, we will soon be able to offer treatment hours Monday through Friday 7am to 7 pm, including over lunch time.
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