Stout Chiropractic recently wecomed Dr. Rob Buechner to the practice.
Dr. Rob is 32 years old and graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa in June 2015. An active hiker and outdoor enthusiast, he spent the first 4 years hiking through and practicing Chiropractic in the foothills of Colorado until moving home to Illinois with his wife Kate and 3 year old daughter Addison in 2019.
Dr. Rob's experience with chiropractic began at a young age when he had chronic migraine headaches that would often keep him out of school. Around age 8 he began seeing a chiropractor, the headaches quickly started to fade and then, eventually, disappeared thanks to the adjustments.
While adjustments are his main avenue towards helping people achieve health, Dr. Rob also likes to focus on exercise, healthy eating habits, stretching, and posture correction to help his patients achieve their health goals.
Some of his other hobbies include writing, working in the garden, and doing work on his cars, which he “treats like his body”; he makes sure they're well aligned, have healthy fuel, and maintains them so that they never break down and keep racking up the miles.
He looks forward to getting to know the Bloomington/Normal community in the coming years!
In this edition of "Ask a Chiropractor," Dr. Jeff Stout explains some of the origins and difference between manual (hand) adjustments and those performed by an instrument. Which one is better? What do we use at Stout Chiropractic? Find out in this video!
Stout Chiropractic in Bloomington-Normal, Illinois is excited to announce the first in a new series titled "Ask a Chiropractor!" We're answering common questions from everyday patients like you who want to learn more about chiropractic and holistic health.