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Brendan T. Casey DC, ATC

Background

Doc B was born and raised in Northern New York State in the St. Lawrence River Valley bordering Ontario, Canada. It was in these blue-collar communities that Doc B forged a strong sense of compassion, loyalty and work ethic. Dr. Casey was a high school and collegiate athlete, which gave him a deep appreciation for the value of teamwork and a healthy body and mind. He continues to maintain deep and loyal relationships with his family and friends who primarily live in the Northeast. Doc B has lived all over the U.S.: Boston, New Orleans, Santa Cruz, Denver, San Jose, Baltimore, Santa Fe and loves to travel and experience diverse cultures and ideas. He believes in a collaborative approach with his patients toward wellness and vitality.that great wellness is the result of collaborative proactive personal and medical care.”

 Education

After attending high school in Canton, NY (Go Bears!) he attended Le Moyne College in Syracuse NY and finished his schooling there in 1995. Brendan had a calling to move to Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1998 to study the art of massage therapy and has had a thriving massage therapy practice since graduating in 1999 from the Scherer Institute of Natural Healing. At the age of 38 and having been in practice for 10 years, Doc B decided to go back to school to study sports medicine. While attending The University of New Mexico he worked alongside chiropractors, orthopedic sports physicians, Division I athletes and coaches. The role of the athletic trainer is to help prevent injury, acting as a first responder when needed and rehabilitating athletes so they may return to performance. He received his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training and graduated Summa Cum Laude in December 2013. In 2014 he continued his post-graduate education at Palmer College of Chiropractic, West in San Jose, California. While at Palmer he was a dedicated member of the PCCW Student Sports Council. Dr. Casey graduated Summa Cum Laude in September 2017 as Doctor of Chiropractic.