Dr. Bruce L. Salzinger, D.C., CCSP
1970 Graduated Long Beach High School, NY with sports participation on the golf, swim and track teams.
1974 Graduated University of Connecticut, Storrs CT, B.S. Degree with sports participation on the Alpine Downhill Ski Racing and Cross Country teams. Active in karate and judo clubs.
1972-1973 International Business Studies Program, American College of Switzerland, Leysin Switzerland with sports participation on the Alpine Downhill Ski Racing Team and Cross Country Teams.
In 1974 Dr. Salzinger experienced a serious skiing related injury. After 3 months of traditional drug and physical therapy treatments for a herniated disc and bilateral severe sciatica he was scheduled for a low back surgery. Fortuntely a good friend who was going to New York Chiropractic College at the time suggested he come in for a consultation and exam as "I could always go ahead with the surgery". The explanation of my condition from the chiropractic perspective just made sense. I proceeded with a regimen of regular subluxation based chiropractic adjustments and the rest is so to speak, history.
1974-1989 Vice President of the National Bolt & Nut Co. Inc.
1993 Graduated Life Chiropractic College, Marietta, GA with a Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) degree.
2001 Diplomate, Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP) program sponsored by Palmer Chiropractic College
2001 Member Medical Team at Central American Games, Guatemala City, Guatemala
2001 First Physician in the United States certified in Functional foot Orthotics by the United States Sports Academy
2001 Member Medical Team at Costa Rican National Olympics, San Jose, Costa Rica
2006 Member Medical Team, Auburn Track & Field Team, NCAA Division 1 National Championships
Member of Buckhead Rotary, Buckhead Business Association, Americian Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians, Georgia Chiropractic Council, Chiropractor's Without Borders.
Married 35 years with 2 children.