Dr. Douglas Burson, DC
Dr. Douglas Burson completed his graduate work in Chiropractic at Logan University, in Chesterfield, Missouri, graduating in 1995. After graduation Dr. Doug became the Director of Rehabilitation for ChiroMed Health Center & Medlink in St. Charles, Missouri. The primary focus of his practice was in functional rehabilitation, sports chiropractic and family wellness. Prior to that he completed his undergraduate course-work at Roanoke college in Salem, Virginia majoring in Psychology with pre-med studies. Upon completing undergraduate studies he ran the Boys Cottage at the Virginia Children’s Emergency shelter and was an associate counselor for 4 years in an adolescent psychiatric and chemical dependency hospital in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Dr. Doug has a deep passion and impressively unique background and skill set derived from all of his experiences and continues to expand his knowledge which enables him to care for a wide range of patient populations. Dr. Doug recently completed a 300 hour post-doctorate program in internal medicine and functional medicine. Prior to relocating to Boulder, Colorado in 2013, Dr. Doug was an attending Chiropractic Physician at Aurora Medical Group and Sinai Hospital in Milwaukee, WI where he worked closely with Orthopedic Spine surgeons and Neurosurgeons, Obstetrics and Family Medicine. He is a past treating staff Chiropractor for the Milwaukee Bucks NBA Team. He was also the treating Chiropractor for the Kenda Continental Professional Cycling team, the GearGrinder Pro-development team headquartered in Milwaukee, WI and BioWheels professional development team headquartered in Ashton, North Carolina. In addition to cycling, another passion of Dr. Doug’s is Long Track Speed Skating. He has competed on a national and international level and holds a bronze and two silver metals from international competitions in the masters division and numerous podium finishes in North American competitions. Dr. Doug was also the personal Chiropractor to a number of Olympic athletes.