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’09 DC Grad Finds Success as Sports Physician

by Apr 29, 2014

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Dr. Randy Cybulski (’09) is a recent National University grad who combined his DC degree with previous experience as an NFL football player and an athletic trainer, into a successful private practice in chiropractic sports medicine. After just five years of practice, Dr. Cybulski now sees between 70-80 patients per week, has doubled the suqare footage of his practice to incorporate a physical rehabilitation facility, and expanded his staff to include another chiropractic physician, a chirpractic assistant, massage therapist, a part-time pain MD, athletic trainer and a physical therapist.

In this video you’ll hear Dr. Cybulski’s story, as well as his advice for what it takes to succeed as a chiropractic sports physician.

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