William Chromey, DC
Assistant Professor, Clinical Sciences – Florida
William Chromey, DC, is an instructor in the Clinical Sciences Department, teaching courses in Diversified Techniques, Dermatology, Gastrointestinal/Genitourinary and Special Populations (geriatrics, pediatrics and male health).
He joined NUHS to change his career path and to influence the next generation of chiropractic physicians. “What I enjoy most is the youthfulness I gain by being around the students, and the opportunity to give back to the profession and the next generations,” Dr. Chromey said.
A member of the U.S. Open Wellness Team and the United States Golf Association, Dr. Chromey holds Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Certified Levels I/II – Medical. For the U.S. Open, he is on a select team of DCs and other care providers who treat PGA players, caddies and staff during the week of the championship.
He is qualified to evaluate a player’s swing, detect its faults and improve it by specific and targeted rehabilitation and exercises. He may also conduct functional body screens or assessments to further detect problems with an athlete, and conduct rehab and assign appropriate exercises to enhance performance and reduce injury. Level II includes assessment of advanced injury biomechanics relative to the sport and performing select functional movement assessments (SFMA) to further determine an injury to the body and whether or not to treat or not. TPI increases knowledge, language and skill level appropriate for communicating with elite PGA players, their coaches and trainers.
Dr. Chromey is also a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP) and has completed the first 100 hours of 300 towards a diplomat via the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians. He was selected to be on a national panel of 12 to reassess, reevaluate, critique and write new test questions for the CCSP exam.
His personal interests include family, golf, baseball, bowling and exercise.