Performance Sport & Spine

July 31, 2017

Dr. Busch Achieves Diplomate Status in Sports Medicine

FRONT ROYAL DOCTOR RECEIVES PRESTIGIOUS DESIGNATION FROM BOARD OF SPORTS PHYSICIANS

Dr. Jeremy Busch is Honored for Diplomate-level of Education

FRONT ROYAL, VA – With only two percent of chiropractors in the nation achieving the Diplomate of American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians Designation (DACSBP), Dr. Jeremy Busch, CEO of Performance Sport & Spine, located in Front Royal, is a proven provider of the best chiropractic and sports medicine care to patients in Northern Virginia and beyond.

This accreditation requires a series of examinations and successful completion of additional criteria, including, a prerequisite of becoming a Board Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (ACBSP). Dr. Busch received the ACBSP after being trained by Dr. Bill Moreau, the current medical director of the United States Olympic centers.

“I am very excited to announce my receipt of this accreditation and look forward to using this expertise to continue improving patient’s standards of care,” Dr. Busch said, speaking of his DACSBP designation. “I worked hard to get where I am, but my efforts to strive for improvement won’t stop here.”

This accreditation will become the eighth on a list of certifications held by Dr. Busch.  Among those achievements, Dr. Busch attended the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games as a member of the Polyclinic Sports Medicine team. He also trained top athletes at a training facility in Chula Vista California for two years in a row. In addition, he is an official chiropractic provider for the PGATour, Champions Tour, and FedEx Tour.

 

 

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About Performance Sport & Spine

Performance Sport & Spine is a comprehensive chiropractic, physical medicine, and sports medicine clinic servicing patients in the Shenandoah Valley, northern Virginia, and D.C. areas. The practice is centrally located in Front Royal, Virginia, and led by Dr. Jeremy Busch, specializing in two core services: the treatment of injuries and associated pain, as well as the enhancement of sports performance. Find out more at www.performancesportandspine.com