Dr. Rick Dunlap, Center City Chiropractor: A holistic approach to a healthy lifestyle has always been an easy fit for me. Raised in a household that emphasized natural healing, as a child I was never given medications for fever or syrups for a cough. Both my parents understood the body’s natural ability to heal itself and from that philosophy, I gained a true appreciation of what the human body is capable of.
After high school, I pursued my passion for scuba diving and enlisted in the Navy. I later became a member of the Navy’s elite special warfare unit, SEAL Team. It was as a Navy SEAL that the correlation between discipline and a determined mind became most evident as the training requirements pushed my body to extremes I never thought possible. It was also during this training that I suffered a career-
As devastated as I was to end my career as a Navy SEAL, I knew I wanted to pursue a career involving holistic health. I enrolled at Temple University, and graduated Magnum Cum Laude with a degree in Physical Therapy. I spent four years working in both hospital and private practice settings, providing hands-
Spending most of my adult life educating people of the benefits of chiropractic care, I am grateful for the wonderful patients that I come in contact with on a daily basis. Many have been on the medical roller-
I also hold a certification in Functional Medicine, which is post graduate education in Functional Endocrinology and Clinical Nutrition.
I offer several nutrition and weight loss programs as well as a specialized Type II Diabetes Reversal Program for qualifying individuals. Through in depth laboratory testing, we will pinpoint the underlying issues and direct cause of your symptoms in order to cultivate a holistic treatment plan.
Amazing! I’ve been seeing these guys for years. Incredible chiropractic and massage, AND they take insurance! I see Dr. Rick for my adjustment and Roz for deep massage, but everyone there is great. Take the time to take care of yourself. And tell them Ellie sent you!*
*Results May Vary from Patient to Patient