Dr. Brandon Beckerman, Chiropractic Sports Physician

Dr. Brandon Beckerman graduated from Cleveland Chiropractic College in Overland Park, Kansas and obtained his certification as a chiropractic sports physician from the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians.  Dr. Beckerman’s approach to patient care is to understand the underlying cause of a patient’s complaint. This allows him to create an effective plan to not only alleviate symptoms, but also to yield long term resolution of the condition. The goal is to keep patients out of pain, provide them with the tools to help prevent new injury, and hopefully keep them out of the doctor’s office! He prides himself on developing a friendly, respectful, and compassionate relationship with his patients. This is done through the utilization of short treatment plans and emphasizing patient education, empowering the patient in self-care.

For Dr. Beckerman, chiropractic medicine is an effective paradigm for patients that want to get out of pain or dysfunction. His emphasis is on scientific and research driven functional medicine. Another perk that Dr. Beckerman appreciates within his chosen field is that he and the patient are able to form a personal bond within the doctor-patient relationship.  The human relationship between the doctor and patient is often just as important as the physical treatment plan itself, and it makes the job more personal and most satisfying.

The staff and providers at Absolute Wellness Center are constantly entertained by Dr. Beckerman’s warm personality and playful humor. In his free time, he enjoys classic cars, woodworking, and going to the ballet or symphony with his wife Aubrey. As a Kansas-transplant to the Pacific Northwest, Dr. Beckerman is thrilled with the beauty and outdoor activities the Willamette Valley has to offer. You may also run into him exploring the amazing array of local restaurants and brewpubs Eugene has to offer.

Dr. Brandon Beckerman was recognized one of Eugene’s 2018 – 2019 Top Doctors in Chiropractic Medicine and Physical Medicine.