About the Doctor
Dr. Robin Glass is a chiropractic specialist—a chiropractic
neurologist, and he’s the only chiropractor with diplomate specialty certification in his geographical area. He has
5 extra letters after his “DC” (Doctor of Chiropractic), and they are “DACNB,” which stands for Diplomate
of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board. As a chiropractic neurologist, he has advanced training in the function of the
central nervous system (brain and spinal cord), and how this function is compromised by a loss of normal sensory input from
“stuck joints” (subluxations) that occur commonly in the spine. The primary service that most chiropractors do
for their patients is “adjust” (manipulate) these subluxated joints, so as to reduce pain and restore normal movement
of these joints, which also restores normal sensory input to the central nervous system, thereby restoring its normal control
of functions throughout the body.
Dr. Robin I. Glass, DC, DACNB
Dr. Glass graduated second in his class from Palmer College of Chiropractic
in 1982. After working with several other chiropractors, he began his own practice – Bloomfield Chiropractic Center
– in 1984.
He earned his degree in chiropractic neurology in 1997, and he has
currently obtained over 400 hours of post-graduate training in chiropractic neurology. To maintain this certification, he
is required each year to attend at least 30 hours in neurology and review at least 24 research articles in indexed, peer-reviewed,
The American Chiropractic Neurology Board of the American Chiropractic
Association Council on Neurology has now received the highest accreditation possible in the specialty of Neurology, that of
the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) of the National Organization for Competency Assurance (NOCA).
Dr. Glass also has a very keen interest in caring for whiplash injuries,
as he suffered his own whiplash to his neck in a diving accident at age 18, followed by a car accident at the age of 19. He
specializes in Whiplash, and he has also achieved advanced certification in the diagnosis and treatment of these injuries
from the Spine Research Institute of San Diego, taught by one of the world’s leading authorities on whiplash, chiropractic
orthopedist Dr. Arthur Croft.