meet our team
Chiropractor David Fuller D.C.
"For years I suffered with intermittent lower back pain with no relief,” explains Dr. Fuller. “Every couple of months, the pain would be so bad that I would be confined to my bed for several days at a time. I tried many different treatments including medicine and physical therapy with no results. I finally herniated a disc in my lower back when I was 22 years old. The pain was so bad that it felt like an electric shock was going down my leg and up my spinal cord. Just the thought of sneezing would bring me to tears. The doctors wanted to do surgery!”
“I have to admit, I was terrified when I went to the chiropractor. He examined my spine and found the problem in my lower back. When I entered the office, it would take me several minutes to get in and out of a chair. I wasn’t pain-free after the first adjustment, but I could move more freely. After several treatments, I was no longer in severe pain.”
Dr. David Fuller began studying chemical engineering at the University of Delaware. It was during his senior year, after his experience with chiropractic, that he decided to change career paths. He graduated with a degree in the biological sciences from the University of Delaware in 1997. In 1998, he began chiropractic school at Life Chiropractic College in Marietta, Georgia. In March of 2002, he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Doctorate in chiropractic. While in school, he certified in the Gonstead System and taught students this system until graduation.
Dr. Fuller has also been certified in the Active Release Technique since 2006and part of the Elite Provider Network since 2007. He has served on the medical team of the Philadelphia Triathlon and Lance Armstrong’s Livestrong Challenge. He served as the on-site A.R.T. provider for the Ball Corporation from 2007-2017.
Dr. Fuller has lectured at local businesses and colleges on subjects such as low back injury prevention, stress, and headaches.
His patient base spans a wide range of needs, ages and abilities from pediatrics to geriatrics and week end warriors to professional athletes.
Dr. Fuller has been in private practice in Montgomery County, PA since March of 2002. He resides in Ambler with his wife and 2 children.
“Thanks for visiting our site. I look forward to meeting you in person and learning how we may be of service to you. Give us a call. or send us an email today and let’s arrange a time to explore your options.”
Chiropractor Matt Szczurek D.C.
“While swimming two times a day in high school, I started to experience constant pain in my shoulder. I went to doctors, who prescribed meds; and then Physical therapy. None of these provided me with any relief. I thought my swimming career was over.“
A friend’s mom told me to try her chiropractor to see if he could provide any relief. Within 3 visits, he had my pain relieved, and treated me throughout my final swimming season.
Over the summer he continued to swim and starting to experience pain again. So he searched for some alternatives within the chiropractic field to help me relieve the shoulder pain. That is when Dr. Szczurek found Active Release Techniques (ART) which lead me to see Dr. David Fuller. The help that Dr. Fuller gave me inspired me to become a chiropractor and to help people overcome chronic pain.
Dr. Szczurek attended Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) where he studied Athletic training. While at IUP, Dr. Szczurek worked in the Athletic training room assessing and rehabilitating sports injuries. Dr. Szczurek still has a passionate about sports and rehabilitation and has maintained his certification in Athletic training.
After IUP Dr. Szczurek attended Palmer College of Chiropractic - Florida. At Palmer he became active in the Sports Council and Soft Tissue Clubs. During this time Dr. Szczurek also started receiving his ART certifications and used these techniques, along with chiropractic adjustments, to treat patients in the student clinic. After Graduating Dr. Szczurek worked for 2 years at a practice on the Main Line where he was able to incorporate his knowledge into practice.
His background in sports rehab and chiropractic combines to provide healing from injuries, as well as providing ways to prevent further injuries by promoting overall wellness.
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Fuller Chiropractic and
Sports Injury Center
909 Sumneytown Pike #107
Spring House, PA 19477