Dr. Matthew Budavich, DC received a bachelor's degree from the University of Pittsburgh and, following graduation, decided to volunteer with a Christian ministry where he traveled to Africa. He then pursued his dream of becoming a doctor by attending National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) in Chicago.
His experience includes:
- Working alongside physical therapists in a PT clinic
- Years of pain management helping:
- back pain, neck pain, headaches, migraines, disc bulges, spinal stenosis, shoulder pain, etc.
- Certified exercise specialist (CES)
- Performance enhancement specialist (PES)
- Published in chiropractic medical journals for research on the topics of spinal joints and chiropractic.
- Certified to perform acupuncture in North Carolina after completing 300 hours of continuing education.
- Completed hundreds of hours in the subject of nutrition and enjoys educating patients on the inner connections of the body when relating to stress, anxiety, brain, and intestinal health.
One of Dr. Budavich's proudest moments is when he completed 1,000 hours at Scott Air Force Base as a chiropractic intern and treated many difficult pain-related cases using battlefield protocol acupuncture.