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Dr. Bryan P. Lowry, Clinic Director D.C., CCWP
Graduating early from Life Chiropractic College at the age of 24, Dr. Lowry established his first practice in 1989. He quickly expanded into three practices training other doctors to care for patients with his unique patient management, addressing the chemical, physical and emotional stressors that cause dysfunction of the spine and nervous system.
Dr. Lowry has been featured on radio and television. He has been a guest lecturer at local businesses, churches and schools. Dr. Lowry has also presented to interns at the Medical College of Virginia on the coordination of care between medical and chiropractic physicians. This lecture was telecast to numerous doctors throughout Virginia Commonwealth University to foster better interdisciplinary understanding.
Dr. Lowry is married with four children and has a keen interest in the health of the pediatric spine. The age of his patients has ranged from newborns to 95 years old. Recognizing the benefit of rehabilitating the spine by combining spinal manipulation with therapeutic exercises, his progressive practice now has a physical therapy department along with chiropractic so that outcomes are optimized.
Many area healthcare providers, including medical doctors, midwives, nutritionists and acupuncturists both refer to and receive care from our office. Dr. Lowry has been in private practice for over 15 years, helping thousands of people.
Dr. William U. Roodman, Clinic Director, D.C., FIAMA, CCWP
Dr. Roodman has been in private practice for over two decades, helping thousands of people. Since graduating as valedictorian from Logan College of chiropractic in 1988, Dr. Roodman has published articles in Chiropractic Sports Medicine Journal and Athletics Magazine. He’s a member of the International Chiropractic Association’s Wellness Council and the National Headache Foundation.
In 2013, Richmond Magazine listed Dr. Roodman as a “Top Doc”, nominated by his peers. Dr. Roodman was selected as one of the few east coast chiropractors to be a member of the North American Spine Society in 2004. This prestigious organization consists of practitioners from multiple specialties. He also completed acupuncture training through the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture in 2007. Dr. Roodman was certified in Dry Needling Technique by the Dry Needling Institute of Rockville, Maryland in 2011. Most recently, in 2014, Dr. Roodman completed the International Chiropractic Association’s Certified Chiropractic Wellness Practitioner degree.
Recognizing the effectiveness of a multidisciplinary approach, Dr. Roodman’s progressive practice now includes a physical therapy department along with chiropractic, fitness training, nutritional counseling, acupuncture, and massage all under one roof so that outcomes are optimized. Over 100 medical doctors including family practitioners, orthopedists, neurologists, internists, and general surgeons refer their patients to Dr. Roodman for problems like yours.
Dr. Heath Bills, Clinician, DC, CCEP
Dr. Bills graduated The National College of Chiropractic in Chicago, IL (now the National University of Health Sciences) in 1999 and has been in continuous practice since. Dr. Bills has specialized in Sports Injuries since 2002, and obtained the credentials of a Certified Chiropractic Extremities Practitioner (CCEP) in 2009.
His practice has included professional athletes in football, basketball, soccer, ice hockey and mixed martial arts, as well as a variety of Olympic athletes. Dr. Bills has lectured nationally regarding sports injuries, and prevention. Dr. Bills has also been referred to as an expert witness in extremities malpractice litigation.
With a keen eye toward the health of the athlete, Dr. Bills spends his spare time supporting local athletic organizations in order to prevent injuries in amateur participants of sports. He believes that proper care of the body will lead to optimal health and wellness for not only the avid athlete, but the weekend warrior as well.