Chiro Hustle Podcast 095 – Curtis Fedorchuk, DC
Dr. Curtis Fedorchuk is the founder of Better Health by Design, which is located in Cumming, Georgia. Dr. Fedorchuk has a focused practice on spinal rehab and wellness and has been practicing in North Georgia for over 16 years. He earned his Green Card by being categorized by United States Immigration with an EB-1 Visa: Alien With Extraordinary Ability. He is Advanced certified in Chiropractic Biophysics but is also an Instructor and taught at the world’s largest chiropractic school for 5 years while practicing full time.
He is a contributing author to research journals, as well as serving on the peer review panel. Currently, he serves on the Board of Directors for CBP Non-Profit and for the Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation. He is on the Editorial Board of Pediatric, Maternal, Family Health, Chiropractic. He is also the past head Chair for Research for the Georgia Chiropractic Council. He also teaches Continuing Education for other chiropractors and has traveled around North America and as far a Puerto Rico in 2014.
Dr. Fedorchuk has dozens of published research papers in peer-reviewed journals and has collaborated in clinical investigations with institutions such as Life University, Florida Atlantic University, and Emory University. He was selected for platform presentation in Gold Coast Australia by the International Chiropractors Association Council on Pediatrics and later won 2nd place at the 2008 International Research and Philosophy Conference (IRAPS) for Best Science paper. In September of 2009 and again in 2013 he was awarded “CBP Researcher of the Year.” In November of 2009, he was awarded “CLA Researcher of the Year.” Recently in 2015, he was awarded “Chiropractor of the Year” by CBP Non-Profit and in 2016 Researcher of the Year for the FVS. In 2017 he received Researcher of the Year for the third time by CBP Non-Profit.
He has been a chiropractic advocate since age 10 and attributes much of his very healthy life to the chiropractic lifestyle he follows. He still plays ice hockey and rides his mountain bike with his son but in the past has played volleyball, basketball, soccer, motocross racing, snowmobiling, duathlons, and long-distance bike riding including the Six Gap ride in Dahlonega Ga.
In the office, patients are comforted by his always-upbeat presence and excellent bedside manner. His meticulous and gentle nature ensures patients receive the care that they need even if that requires a referral. He takes great pride in his work as he strives to see all his patients reach a new improved level of living.