Meet Dr. Dan Davidson
Over 27 Years Of Clinical Experience
Dr. Dan Davidson says that he was a spoiled child because he was adjusted regularly by his father who is still a chiropractor today. He has experienced first hand the great benefits of chiropractic his entire life. Coming from a chiropractic family has given him a lifelong wellness perspective on health that he is passionate to share with all his patients.
Dr. Davidson graduated with Magna Cum Laude honors at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA – the first and largest chiropractic college. He also received an undergraduate degree from Valparaiso University in Indiana with a double major in vocal music and Christian Education.
Dr. Davidson has spent the last 26 years helping thousands of patients regain their health in the Roanoke Valley. He has been selected as the “Top Doc” Chiropractor the last three years in the Roanoker Magazine by a survey of other health professionals.
On a Personal Note…
Dr. Davidson is involved in the community in many way. He was active in the Roanoke Valley Alive and Well Coalition – promoting health and wellness in the area. He has served as volunteer executive director of Correll Missionary Ministries and is currently an elder at Fellowship Community Church. He has been a baseball coach from recreational league to American Legion for the past 13 years as a volunteer. His two sons Jacob and Noah both play college baseball respectively at the University of Mary Washington and Roanoke College.
Dr. Davidson lives the chiropractic lifestyle receiving regular adjustments. He promotes health through his personal emphasis on nutrition and exercise.
My greatest satisfaction as a chiropractor is in helping others. I feel that what our office is part of a ministry to working to help patients regain their health. I would enjoy the opportunity to get to know you personally through a complimentary health consultation. Call our Salem chiropractic office to get started with chiropractic care today!