An adult human spine typically consists of 26 moveable segments: seven cervical vertebras, twelve thoracic vertebras, five lumbar vertebras, one sacrum, and one coccyx (tailbone). Intervertebral d ...View Article
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Dr. Brian Bodnar - Chiropractor
Dr. Bodnar understands that new chiropractic patients often have questions and concerns that are unique to your situation and not addressed by this website. He encourages you to contact him directly by phone or email with all of your questions.
Brian Bodnar's first introduction to chiropractic was during his junior year of high school, when during a basketball game he suffered an ankle injury and was forced to leave the game. A friend's father, who was a chiropractor, assessed the ankle and performed several adjustments on the sidelines. The pain diminished almost instantly and Dr. Bodnar was able to return to the game. Following this incident, Dr. Bodnar decided he was going to be a chiropractor. He would later learn that the field of chiropractic is much more than providing relief from injuries and pain. A healthy spine and nervous system sets the foundation for total health, as the nervous system controls every function in the body.
Dr. Bodnar graduated from St. Vincent College, where he majored in Biology and Chemistry, in 1993. He received his doctorate from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA, in 1997. Palmer College was the first Chiropractic College in the world, establishing the profession in 1895. It is considered to provide the utmost education in the chiropractic field. While at Palmer, Dr. Bodnar played Division 1 National Rugby and was President of the Pettibon Spinal Biomechanics Club.
Dr. Brian Bodnar has been serving the Alexandria Community as a Chiropractor since 1997. Dr. Bodnar founded the Bodnar Chiropractic Center to bring together top specialists across different practice areas believing that a holistic approach with coordinate care would lead tot he best possible outcomes for patients. Learn more about each specific service area using these links:
Dr. Bodnar was raised in Pittsburgh, PA. Brian lives in Alexandria Virginia with his wife, 2 children and 2 dogs. In his free time he enjoys golf, running, mountain biking, hiking, basketball, and photography.
Dr. Bodnar can be reached on the Bodnar Chiropractic Center main office telephone number at 703-721-0500.
Dr. Brian Bodnar is the founder of Bodnar Chiropractic Center. To make an appointment, call the main office phone number at 703-721-0500. If you are a new patient, be sure to check out the New Patient Center online and check out our current New Patient Promotional Offer.