Dr. Ian Bulow
With the heartfelt desire to serve, Dr. Bulow gained his chiropractic education from Palmer College of Chiropractic. Dr. Bulow graduated with honors in February 2008 and was elected to receive the Outstanding Graduate Award. While in school he decided to focus on Upper Cervical using the Blair technique. He has since been a member of the Blair Chiropractic Society board of directors and is currently a certified instructor for the society. Dr. Bulow also graduated top of his class in an inaugural program through the International Chiropractic Association which certifies Chiropractic doctors as upper cervical specialists, and he was the Valedictorian of the Inagural Diplomate class. Dr. Bulow is also a board member of the Council on Upper Cervical Care.
Dr. Bulow is best known for his passion and service to his profession and his patients.
“I don’t consider myself anyone special,” says Dr. Bulow, “I just want to make a positive difference in peoples lives with the time that I have in this life!”
Dr. Bulow can be reached at DrBulow@RevivePittsburgh.com or by calling the clinic at 724-772-7060
The Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractor of the Year – 2013
Dr. Ian Bulow is a member and past director of the Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractic Society. Dr. Bulow is also an advanced level instructor for the Society and has taught the Blair upper cervical procedure to chiropractic students across the United States.
The John Connolly Outstanding Graduate Award
Dr. Bulow was voted by his classmates to be one of the top 5 graduates in his Chiropractic graduating class at Palmer College of Chiropractic. These 5 candidates were interviewed individually by a panel of faculty at Palmer College and Dr. Bulow was selected to be the recipient of this very touching memorial award.
Valedictorian of the Inaugural Upper Cervical Diplomate Class
In 2013 Dr. Bulow began a 3-year post-graduate program in upper cervical care. This program took place at locations across the United States and was completed by just 20doctors of chiropractic. Of those 20 graduates, Dr. Bulow had the highest academic ranking and was appointed the valedictorian of his class.