After a hockey collision, ninth grader Peter Buzek feels a sharp pain in his back and tingling in his legs. His doctor diagnoses it as muscle spasms and writes him a prescription, but the sensations continue to worsen. When they grow so potent that 13-year-old Buzek must use a cane to walk around, he heads into a chiropractic office for an alternative solution. The chiropractor discovers a herniated disc and quickly gets to work, helping Buzek ditch the cane only after a few weeks of care. Amazed by the curative abilities and spelling difficulty of chiropractic, he sets his sights on someday becoming a chiropractor.
After finishing school, Doctor of Chiropractic Peter Buzek opened Buzek Chiropractic, where he and his team have treated clients ranging from days-old infants to professional athletes. The 1,650-sqaure-foot clinic houses multiple treatment rooms, each designed for specific services such as adjustments, exams, and massage therapy. Dr. Buzek also employs an arsenal of additional services to find and treat the root of a patient's problem, whether it be a child's bed-wetting issue or an adult's sciatica-related hip pain.