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My Story

Dr. Brian Fuller D.C.M.S

A third-generation chiropractor, Dr. Fuller has witnessed firsthand the effectiveness of chiropractic treatment. His work with athletes, professional dancers, and TBI (traumatic brain injury) patients has reinforced its need and value.

Dr. Fuller earned his Bachelor’s degree from the University of New Hampshire in Resource Economics and Environmental Conservation. He was selected out of thousands of applicants to become a Peace Corps Volunteer serving a full tour in Bolivia, South America as a small business developer at a school for handicapped children. He then obtained additional degrees in Human Anatomy and his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from National University of Health Sciences, Lombard, IL, and a Master of Science in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport.

Dr. Fuller is a certified Professional Applied Kinesiologist and Lecturer on Nutrition and Biochemistry at the National University of Health Sciences. Dr. Fuller is proud to support Hubbard Street Dance Chicago as his wife is a former professional principal dancer with HSDC. Dr. Fuller’s primary clinical focus is on problem-solving clinical cases that have eluded patients. Currently, he is working on protocols with Dr. Dominic Patawaran at the Raby Institute on Lyme disease, Dr. Sharon Black at Oak Park Physical Therapy. His focus on patient care has led him to specialize in Performance Analytics and Heart Rate Variability indicators for diverse conditions with the technology company WHOOP in Boston Massachusetts.  He is the team doctor for MOVIMENTO BJJ a Brasa affiliate.


My Approach

Chiropractic is . . .

a health-care profession that focuses on the spine and other joints of the body, and their connection to the nervous system. The word “chiropractic” means “to be done by hand.” Chiropractors use adjustments to restore joint function and support the nervous system. They help patients maintain optimal health while avoiding unnecessary drugs or surgery. An estimated 50 million Americans see a chiropractor each year.

A chiropractor is . . .

a primary care doctor who specializes in spinal health and well-being. They focus on the prevention, diagnosis and conservative care of spine-related disorders and other painful joint issues. In addition to adjustments, chiropractors also provide soft-tissue therapies, lifestyle recommendations, fitness coaching and nutritional advice. 

A chiropractic adjustment is . . .

a very safe, specific, controlled force applied to a joint to restore proper function and mobility. Accidents, falls, stress or overexertion can negatively impact your spine or other joints. These changes impact tissues, the nervous system and other areas of the body. Left unresolved, this can make you more susceptible to chronic problems. Chiropractic adjustments reduce pain, increase movement and improve performance.

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