At Performance Sport & Spine we do things a little differently, our goal is to get you FIXED, and out of pain as quickly as possible. Whether your experiencing pain training for a triathlon or picking up your kids, we get you back to the activities you love!
Your first appointment with the doctor will be an hour long, where we take the time to get to know you and your condition. You will receive a thorough examination, which greatly saves time in treatment. After your treatment you will leave knowing what is going on, and how to modify rather than avoid your activities. We will empower you and work as a team!
Our values are integrity, quality, and transparency. We don’t believe in high pressure sales tactics or fancy gadgets. At Performance Sport & Spine we bridge the gap between rehab and performance; striving to get you feeling better, every visit!
Dr. Zach Greenwade
A Pacific Northwest native, Dr. Greenwade earned his Doctorate of Chiropractic at the University of Western States located in Portland, OR and also received a Master of Science and Exercise, and Sports Science. He extensively sought out formal, post-graduate training in treatment techniques that focus on rehabilitating injuries incurred from sports and active lifestyles. His treatments use a combination of chiropractic manipulations, soft tissue work, corrective exercises, and rehabilitation that address the musculoskeletal system as a whole.
Every person is different and has a unique issue. Therefore, each treatment plan is tailored specifically for each patient’s’ needs
Growing up, Dr. Greenwade played a variety of sports, and currently lives a very active lifestyle so can relate to injuries and frustrations of his patients. His treatment style focuses on educating and empowering the patient to gain the tools to help them manage pain and reduce the chance of future injury.
Healthcare is a dynamic field, and Dr. Greenwade is dedicated to staying current with continued education and research in evidence-based practices. He is also certified in Active Release Technique, Graston, and RockTape, which are all great tools in helping you get moving again.
- University of Western States, 2010-2012
Doctorate of Chiropractic (D.C.)
Master of Science in Exercise and Sports Science (M.S.)
- University of Idaho: 2003-2007
Bachelor of Science in Biology
- Certified in Active Release Technique (ART)
- Full Body: Spine, Upper Extremity, Lower Extremity
- Graston Technique Level I
- RockTape FMT Level II
- American Chiropractic Association (ACA)
- Washington State Chiropractic Association (WSCA)