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5th Annual Professional Baseball Chiropractic Society seminar

5th Annual Professional Baseball Chiropractic Society Seminar Over the weekend Dr. Bucek was at the 5th annual Professional Baseball Chiropractic Society Seminar and Workshop at the Baltimore Orioles spring training facility! Dr Bucek learned  new techniques, got introduced to some new technology that aids in healing (may be coming to the office soon!), and got to hear some of the latest research on concussion management and shoulder issues!  See the photos below that Dr. Bucek took from this amazing weekend and make sure to follow us on Facebook to see video and to stay up to date with everything happening at Bucek Chiropractic! Dr. Bucek with former second baseman on the Baltimore Orioles Brian Roberts who played with the O’s from 2001 - 2013. He is sharing his story on how chiropractic care had really helped him during his career. Dr. Bucek with  2-time World Series Champion and All Star Johnny Damon who received the Visionary Award for the year. Balti

Dr. Bucek on Medical Staff for AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Tournament in Chicago 2018

Dr. Bucek spent Labor Day weekend in Chicago.  Dr. Bucek was selected by the Association of Volleyball Professionals (AVP) to be part of the Volunteer Sports Medicine Team at the AVP Chicago Volleyball Gold Series Tournament! Dr. Bucek and other Medical Professions that were also selected spending the weekend   provided treatment for the athletes during the event.  Dr. Bucek has a Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians Meaning, in addition to the five years of education to become a chiropractor, Dr. Bucek had an additional five years of Sports Medicine training. He earned his Diplomate from the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians™, making him 1 of 6 to do so in Illinois. He is also internationally recognized by the Federation Internationale de Chiropractique du Sport (FICS) as an Internationally Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (ICCSP), allowing him to continue his eligibility to provide care at international events, such as the World