Dan Burnett D.C., B.S.
Dr. Dan Burnett has lived in Oregon his whole life, attending Tigard High School where he played football and baseball during his teenage years. He first experienced chiropractic as a young teenager, as his mother took him for various sport injuries when conventional medicine was not helping. When he was 17, he was involved in a serious automobile accident leaving him with injuries to his neck and back. This accident ended up being a blessing in disguise as it showed him how diverse and effective the field of chiropractic can be. He was so impressed with chiropractic that he wanted to do the same for other people.
Dr. Dan attended Oregon State University (OSU) and graduated with Bachelors of Science, majoring in exercise and sports science, with a minor in chemistry. This degree really peaked his interest in sports conditioning where he could apply it to baseball, weight training, and jiu jitsu. With his continued participation in sports, Dr. Dan has been exposed to a variety of injuries and has always been treated with chiropractic and massage care to speed up his recovery, while minimizing any long term impairment.
In 2009 Dr. Dan graduated from Western States Chiropractic College (WSCC) with a Doctorate in Chiropractic. At WSCC, he tutored neuromuscular diagnosis and biomechanics, which was a valuable experience for him as it solidified his understanding on these topics. During his schooling he completed the applied kinesiology curriculum, studying over 100 hours of the specialized muscle technique system.
Dr. Dan likes to spend his free time with his 3 Rhodesian Ridgebacks, in the gym lifting weights, and participating in jiu jitsu. In the spring and summer months he enjoys hiking, golfing, and being on the river.