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  • Dr.
    Patrick J. Brunner

    Dr. Patrick J. Brunner has been a licensed Chiropractor since 1979.

    Dr. Patrick J. Brunner has been freeing people from pain since 1979 in his clinic in Cincinnati, Ohio. As a Chiropractor with experience, our professionals are committed to promoting the health and well being of his patients.

    Dr. Brunner uses a 'whole person approach' when taking care of his patients. By combining the very best hands-on-technique, state of the art physiotherapy procedures, and providing the newest and best natural vitamins and mineral supplements on the market today, Dr. Brunneris able to help you to accelerate and/or maintain your journey to good health.


    • Primary and secondary education
    • Hamilton County Ohio Public Schools Grades 1-8
    • Elder High School Grades 9-12 Graduated 1973
    • Attended Thomas Moore College 1973, 1974, 1975
    • Accumulated 90 semester hours
    • Bachelor of Science National College of Chiropractic 1977
    • Doctor of Chiropractic January 1979
    • Curriculum and requirement (5 academic years)
    • 194 credits 4650 clock hours total
    • Clinical internship 900 hours minimum (15 Chicago General Health)
    • Specific course requirements
    • Human Ebryology
    • Gross Anatomy (Human body wall and appendages)
    • Gross Anatomy Laboratory (Human viscera, head and spinal cord)
    • Human Histology
    • Human Neuroanatomy
    • Human Clinical Embryology Seminar
    • Histological Technique
    • Museum Technique
    • Organic Chemistry Laboratory
    • Introduction to Biochemistry
    • Biochemistry Laboratory
    • Intermediary Metabolism
    • Basis Nutrition
    • Clinical Nutrition
    • Neurochemistry
    • Fundamentals of Microbiology
    • Fundamentals of Microbiology Laboratory
    • Clinical Microbiology and Public Health
    • Seminar in Microbiology and Public Health
    • Fundamentals of Pathology
    • Neoplasms
    • Systems Pathology
    • Biomathematics and bioinstrumentation
    • Biomathematics
    • Bioinstrumentation
    • Cells and Body Fluid
    • Cells and Body Fluid Laboratory
    • Circulation and Respiration Laboratory
    • Digestion, Metabolism and Endocrines
    • Digetsion, Metabolism and Endocrines Laboratory
    • Neurophysiology, Special Senses and Muscles
    • Neurophysiology Laboratory
    • Toxicology
    • Clinical Phsiology
    • Introduction to Biomechanics (Radiology: Mechanics of Spinal Mobility: Spinography: Palpation)
    • Kinesiology
    • Introduction to Chiropractic
    • Clinical Principles and Biomechanical Analysis
    • General Chiropractic Techniques
    • Specific Chiropractic Techniques
    • Extravertebral Techniques
    • Chiropractic Review
    • Chiropractic Orthopedics
    • Correlated Chiropractic Techniques
    • Pediatric and Geriatric Methods
    • Abnormal Psychology
    • Clinical Psychology
    • Clinical Neurology
    • Jurisprudence
    • Professional Ethics and Office Management
    • First Aid and Minor Surgery
    • First Aid and Minor Surgery Laboratory
    • Doctor-Patient Relationship
    • Laboratory Diagnosis
    • Laboratory Diagnosis Laboratory
    • Fundamentals of Physical Diagnosis
    • Fundamentals of Physical Diagnosis Laboratory
    • Clinical Diagnosis: Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems
    • Clinical Diagnosis: Gasointestinal & Genitourinary Systems, Gyneocology and Obstetrics Laboratory
    • Clinical Diagnosis: Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat
    • Clinical Diagnosis: Dermatology
    • Clinical Conference
    • Clinical Conference Laboratory
    Principles of Physiological Therapeutics
    • Merididan Therapy and Pain Control
    • Correlated Physiological Therapeutics
    • Physiological Therapeutics Laboratory
    • Meridian Therapy/Acupuncture
    • X-Ray Physics and Radiation Protection
    • X-Ray Physics and Radiation Protection Laboratory
    • Normal Radiographic Anatomy
    • Normal Radiographic Anatomy Laboratory
    • Fundamentals of Interpretation
    • Fundamentals of Interpretation Laboratory
    • Roentgenological Interpretation: Chest, Skull, and Sinuses
    • Roentgenological Interpretation Laboratory: Chest, Skull, and Sinuses
    • Roentgenological Interpretation: Ortopedic
    • Roentgenological Interpretation Laboratory: Orthopedic
    • Radiological Technology
    • Passed Part I and Part II of National Board Chiropractic Examinations.

    • Passed license with State Board of Ohio and issued license in March 1979
    • Practiced with Dr. Warren Caldwell, D.C. mechonotherapist for four months
    • Have met all continuing education requirements since 1979
    • Acupuncture and Meridiantherapy 150 hours (1978)
    • Electrotherapy with Dr. Kasbery 24 hours (1979)
    • Disability and Impairment Rating, University of Toledo 36 hours (1980)
    • Treatment of Low Back Disc Disease-Dr. Cox D.C. 20 hours (1981)
    • Office Procedure and Case Management, Logan College of Chiropractic (March 1983)
    • The Chiropractic and Sports Medicine, Ohio State Chiropractic Association 12 hours (February 1984)
    • Diagnosis and Chiropractic of Scoliosis, Logan College of Chiropractic 12 hours (February 1985)
    •Neurological and Orthopedic Evaluation of the Chiropractic Patient, National College of Chiropractic 12 hours(February 1986)
    • Radiology and Ciropractic, National College of Chiropractic, Dr. M.B. Hueler. 12 hours (February 1987)
    • Thompson Technique-Chiropractic System 12 hours (February 1988)
    • Diagnosis and Treatment of Lumbar Disc Syndrome, Dr. Cox D.C. 12 hours (January 1989)
    • Disability and Impairment Rating, AMA Guide Book, Dr. Kaplan, D.C. 12 hours ( January 1990)
    • Enviromental Nutrition, Diagnosis, and Treatment, Dr. Polan 1 hour (January 1990)
    • Hospital Protocol, Life College of Chiropractic 12 hours (February 1990)
    • Accurate Documentation, Ohio State Chiropractic Association 12 hours (November 1990)
    • Disability and Impairment Rating- Parts II and III, Dr. Kaplan, D.C. North Eastern Ohio Chiropractic Association 36 hours (January 1991)
    • Evaluation Diagnosis and Treatment of the Knee, Ohio State Chiropractic Association and the United States Olympic Team Physicians (January 1992)
    • The Endurance Athletic-Total Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment 35 hours
    • The Canadian Olympic Team Physicians (October 1992)
    • The Cervical 'Whiplash Syndrome' Diagnosis and Treatment, Ohio State Chiropractic Association 12 hours (January 1993)
    • Rehabilitation Procedure and Management, Ohio State Chiropractic Association 12 hours (January 1994)
    • Continuing Education Cleveland Chiropractic College-Dr. James R. Grilliot, D.C. 12.5 hours (January 1994)
    • The Chiropractic As Team Physicicans, Ohio State Chiropractic Association 12 hours (January 1995)
    • Disability and Impairment Rating,  Ohio State Chiropractic Association 12 hours (January 1996)
    •Risk Management- Dr. Sportelli  Ohio State Chiropractic Association 12 hours (December 1997)
    • Chiropractic Orthopedics THS Sacroiliac JNTS. National College of Chiropractic 10 hours(Jan-Feb 1998)
    • Orthopedic of the SI Joint- Dr. D. Skogsberg 12 hours (January 31, 1998- February 1, 1998)
    • Contact Reflex Tech.-Dr. Voldera, Ohio State Chiropractic Association 12 hours (December 1999)
    • The Patient Perspective- North East Ohio Chiropractic Association 12 hours (January 2000)
    • Treatment of Traumatic Spine Injury North East Ohio Chiropractic Association 12 hours (January 2001)
    • Clinical Nutrition Standard Process Dr. Janet R. Lang Ohio State Chiropractic Association 12 hours Certification (January 2002)
    • Advanced Spinal Rehabilitation Instructor- Dr. Kim ChristinsenOSCA Sponser 12 hours (January 18-19, 2003)
    • IME/File Review Certification Course 36 hours Ohio State Chiropractic Association January 10-11, 17-18 2004)
    •Biocranial System, Instructor-Dr. Ruban Boyd D.C. (January 20-21,22-23, 2005) 32 hours
    • Chiropractic Without a Doubt, Life Chiropractic College West 12 hours (March 12-13 2005)
    • Chiropractic Imaging: Plain Films to MRI's, Western State Chiropractic College Sports 12 hours (February 25-26 2006)
    • Cranial Adjusting Turner Style C.A.T.S. Level I Atlanta, GA. 12 hours (April 22-23, 2006) Level II Kansas City, MO 12 hours (June 3-4, 2006)
    • Clinical Nutrition, Instructor-R.K. Marshall, M.S., D.C., DACBN, CCN College-NYCC 12 hours (February 24-25, 2007)
    • DIPLOMAT of National Board of Chiropractic Examiners Part I, Part II
    • DIPLOMAT American Board of Disability Analysis 1996
    • American Chiropractic Association
    • Ohio State Chiropractic Association
    • Southwestern Ohio Chiropractic Association
    • International Chiropractic Association
    • America Chiropractic Association
    • International Chiropractic Association
    • Ohio State Chiropractic Association
    •Sports Medicine
    • American Federation of Health Fitness
    •Scientific American (Scientific Measure CS Rom Update Qtl.)
    • Numerous other health newsletters and periodicals
    • Family:
    • Wife-Karen
    • Sons:
    • Michael, DOB:1979-Elder High School, Mt. St. Joseph College, Ohio State School of Medicine, Stanford 2004-Research Cardiology, Internal Medicine- Residency Duke University 2007 to 2010
    • Patrick, DOB:1981-Elder High School, Vanderbilt University-All Academic Athlete Award-football
    • Joseph, DOB: 1983 Elder High School, Student at College of Mount St. Joseph-Computer Science
    • Hobbies:
    • Triathlete Hobbies-participated and trained for endurance sports, specifically Swimming, Biking, and Running.
    • Certified Scuba Diver-open water and advanced open water
    • Advanced sports medicine training and participation
    • Five time qualifier for the Ironman World Championship in Hawaii and completed in top 20% and overall top 5% to 10% in my age group in 1986, 1988, 1990, 1992, 1993.
    • Completion of over twenty marathons with times of 2:58 to 3:05
    •Photography for fun, picture auction for charity/fundraiser, top picture sold for $87800.00, profit $0
    • Outdoors-backpacking 26 years without a miss
    • Mountain Climbing- Mt. Rainer, Grand Teton, Mt. Leconte