Dave Cohodes D.C.
Dr. Dave grew up outside of Milwaukee Wisconsin, and moved to Madison, WI where he received his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2007. During his college years he served his country in the United States Army and the Wisconsin Army National Guard. He successfully served a combat tour in 2004-2005, Baghdad Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom II/III. During that time Dr. Dave received numerous medals, including two Army Commendation Medals for his meritorious service, an Army Achievement Medal, and was chosen by the 141st Tiger Brigade senior cadre as an NCO of the Quarter. After completing his military service obligation Dr. Dave began his career in Chiropractic at Palmer College of Chiropractic-West in San Jose, CA. Dr. Dave has been active in CrossFit community, and been a CrossFit coach for 3 years. When he’s not in the office, you can find him teaching seminars, paddling down Town Lake, hiking through the Green Belt with his dog Coco, or relaxing on the patio with his wonderful wife Jenny and daughter Madison.
When asked what got him into this profession, this is how he answered…
What brought Dr. Dave to Austin, TX? “The killer music, the amazing food, the active people, the diverse culture, and my beautiful wife Jenny.”
"Life is too short to take yourself too seriously. I enjoy life with a purpose. I love my job, and am extremely grateful that my profession allows me to bring happiness to the world on a daily basis."
Additionally Certifications and Acknowledgements:
• Finalist (Top 3) – Austin's Fittest Doctor 2012
• CrossFit Level 1 Trainer
• Certified RocDoc Instructor
• RockTape Power Taping Method (Kinesiology Taping)
• Selective Functional Movement Assessment – Level 1
• Functional Movement Screening – Level 1
• Muscle Activation Techniques – Upper, Lower, Trunk and Spine
• Graston Technique – Module 1
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