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Dr. Justin Brink

Corrective Exercise and Performance Enhancement Specialist

National Academy of Sports Medicine

HQ Phone: (602) 383-1200

National Academy of Sports Medicine

1750 E. Northrop Blvd. Suite 200

Chandler, Arizona 85286

United States

Company Description

The National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) has been a global leader in providing evidence-based certifications and advanced credentials to Health and Fitness Professionals since 1987. In addition to its NCCA-accredited fitness Certified Personal Train... more

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Employment History

Instructor
Rocktape Inc

Clinic Director
Premiere Spine

9th Grade Physical ScienceTeacher
Morgan Hill Unified School District

Education

DC

bachelor's degree
Biology

bachelor's degree
Biology
California State University of Sacramento

bachelor's degree
biology
California State University , Sacramento

doctorate

Palmer College of Chiropractic West

doctorate of chiropractic

Palmer West Chiropractic College

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Dr. Brink completed his undergraduate studies at California State University, Sacramento, where he earned a bachelor's degree in biology. Originally on the post-graduate academic route towards dentistry, Dr. Brink was motivated by the self-healing power of the human body, after suffering a severe strain in his low back while playing water polo. Resting and stretching didn't do anything to resolve the pain or condition. A family friend who was a chiropractor treated his back. After one treatment his low back pain was virtually gone. Chiropractic became the path Dr. Brink wanted to pursue. He then went on to complete his doctorate at Palmer College of Chiropractic West.
While in school, Dr. Brink pursued extensive extra-curricular coursework, completing the Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner (CCEP) program, and adding certifications in both Graston Technique® and Active Release Techniques (ART®).
Upon graduating, Dr. Brink's thirst for knowledge didn't slow down. Dr. Brink's passion for sports and their related injuries, as well as his personal experience with an ACL, MCL, and meniscus injury, inspired his pursuit of post-doctorate level courses. He is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner (CCSP), Corrective Exercise and Performance Enhancement Specialist (CES/PES) with NASM, and certified in, and an instructor for, HansOn Muscle Therapy (HMT), Functional Movement Screen (FMS) and Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA).
And while Dr. Brink continues to expand his knowledge, he also enjoys teaching others. Dr. Brink has been involved with Rocktape™ since its inception in 2009, as co-author of "Power Taping: Taping Movements, Not Muscles," and as a Certified Instructor, teaching the theory and application of Rocktape™ to numerous Medical Doctors, Chiropractors, Physical Therapists and Massage Therapists nationwide.
Dr. Brink's extensive training and his effective use of multiple therapies have attracted the following of many professional athletes, including triathletes and UFC and Strikeforce MMA fighters, boxers, and soccer players . But don't let that intimidate you, these therapies work on everyone - even the kids!
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Earlier this summer, Dr. Brink and I travelled to St. Louis and Long Beach to learn new skills to help golfers of all levels improve performance, recover from injuries and prevent future injuries.

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On a business trip, I found Justin Brink on the Active Release Technique practitioner website. After about 6 treatments, my foot feels so much better. They spend a good amount of time with you evaluating the condition and providing a variety of different modalities to treat the injury. I am so grateful to have discovered such an innovative place of care. - Mishel F.
Highly recommend Dr Brink. My husband & I have used him since December 2007. His chiropractic ART method works great to solve our issues. We drive about 125 miles round trip to use Dr Brink. He takes his time to listen to your problems and solves them. He is the best chiropractic doctor that we have used.
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But I'd heard good things about a specific procedure (Graston Technique) that Dr. Brink's clinic offered for chronic knee pain, and the research checked out, so I took a chance and made an appointment... Within a few minutes, he'd isolated the specific area of my pain and correctly diagnosed the problem - in my hip! - Ole J.
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Dr. Brink is young, athletic, and very friendly. He got into chiropractic medicine after an injury nearly ended his own collegiate athletic career, and it was evident right away when he handled my leg and asked questions that he's had a lot of experience treating orthopedic problems like mine. Within a few minutes, he'd isolated the specific area of my pain and correctly re-diagnosed the problem - in my hip! - and began telling me about his treatment plan.
He immediately understood my situation. He was up front about his philosophy - his goal was not simply to fix the injury so I could ride hard again, but also to help me develop habits and knowledge (stretching, exercises, and self-awareness) to restore balance and prevent the problem from occurring again. Dr. Brink also honored my concerns about chiropractic adjustments, and explained that he would only focus on soft tissue work with me. He showed me some stretches and exercises to start with, made sure I knew how to do them with proper form, and I left feeling hopeful for the first time in weeks.
I saw Dr. Brink twice a week through the three weeks prior to the event, and was able to come back and train hard enough to beat my target time for the ride and complete the event without the pain. Dr. Brink even emailed me a few days after the ride to see how things went, which was really thoughtful and meant a lot to me.
His whole approach to the doctor/patient relationship is refreshing. With every visit, he saw me on time and greeted me warmly, took time to talk and expressed genuine interest in my progress. Even though I know he was seeing patient after patient each day, he made me feel like I was his most important case. This is how every doctor should treat his patients!
Dr. Brink saw me at the end of June, and six months later, I am injury-free and continuing to improve my ride times. As a result of Dr. Brink's guidance, I've totally changed my workout plan and philosophy, with more emphasis on stretching and whole-body conditioning. Looking back, I wasted two and a half months trying to rehab my sore knee after the mis-diagnosis from MDs and physical therapists, and in less than three weeks Dr. Brink found the problem in my hip and IT band, calmed the symptoms through deep tissue massage and Graston, and coached me through the stretches, exercises, and self-massage that have kept me healthy and helped me aim for higher goals. I'm not a hard-core racer or anything, but I am really pleased with how much I've improved now that I'm riding pain-free, feeling much better with my new workout routines. If I ever experience another serious injury, this is the doc I'll see before going anywhere else, and I give Dr. Brink five stars without reservation.

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