At Performance Chiropractic & Rehabilitation, our goal is to restore your body’s function to its highest potential. Our treatments are based on an understanding of the biomechanics of human movement. We believe that optimal health begins with a properly functioning nervous system.
Our Chiropractor, Dr. Brian Epp, performs full spine adjustments and uses supportive therapies to help rehabilitate not just your back, but to repair the structure upon which your entire body moves and is stabilized. Often when a patient sees a chiropractor for a neck or back pain, the chiropractor treats that specific pain, treatment is considered successful, and it is ceased; only for problems to reoccur, later. At Performance Chiropractic we consider the entire spine and how it affects all parts of the body and the way one’s body functions as a whole – holistically.
Our patients are assured of receiving only the finest care through the use of modern chiropractic equipment and technology. Dr. Brian and all of his staff have a genuine concern for your well-being.
Meet Our Staff
Dr. Brian Epp has been practicing chiropractic health care since 1999. He obtained his Doctorate in Chiropractic from Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis, Missouri. Dr. Brian came to the field of chiropractic medicine with a background in physical therapy having received his B.S. in Health Science and Physical Therapy from Lock Haven University.
Dr. Brian has a wide range of experience and specialized training. His doctoral thesis focused on the use of ultrasound in the diagnosis of carpal tunnel syndrome and other pathologies such as sciatic nerve pain. Dr. Brian received training in pedorthics (understanding the biomechanics of the foot; especially as related to the knees and lower back) and utilizes the most advanced methods of casting custom molded orthotics including digital pressure mapping of the feet.
Dr. Brian is dedicated to helping you achieve your wellness objectives combining skill and expertise that spans the entire chiropractic wellness spectrum.