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Rick Galloway D.C. - Chiropractor
Dr. Rick Galloway
Richard Galloway, D.C. was raised in the Tampa Bay area. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Science from the University of South Florida. After graduation, Dr. Galloway went on to pursue his dream and graduated Summa Cum Laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2006; one the most prestigious Chiropractic schools in the world.
Dr. Galloway is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner (CCSP). He provides chiropractic care for a variety of injuries including automobile accidents, sports injuries, neck pain, back pain, disc injuries and sciatica problems. He also has extensive training in the evaluation and treatment of extremities pain such as shoulder pains, knee pains, and foot pains.
The Palmer Clinic Abroad Program has recognized Dr. Galloway for his chiropractic volunteer work with the indigent people of Vietnam. He also served as a sideline doctor for the Sunshine State Games and the Dew Action Sports Tour. He is currently a treating physician for the University of South Florida Bulls Sports Medicine Department.
Dr. Galloway enjoys spending his time with his wife Heather and his little girl Kinsley. He is also active with his hobbies of playing basketball, "mud-running," and mountain biking.
Dr. Galloway joined the Gulf Coast Injury Center team in 2008, where he continues to follow his dream helping those in need. Gulf Coast Injury Center provides full integrative care with the direct supervision of highly trained physicians from all extensive medical backgrounds.
"I thoroughly believe in the team based approach to care, with full integration of medical care, physical therapy, and chiropractic care. In my experience, this is the only proven way in helping those with their neuromusculoskeletal conditions." - Dr. Rick