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Dr. Bruns

Richard M. Bruns, DC

Dr. Richard Bruns is a Maine licensed, nationally board certified, Doctor of Chiropractic serving the greater Bangor community. He is past Chairman of the American Chiropractic Association (ACA), and past President of the Maine Chiropractic Association (MCA). Dr. Bruns continues to serve on several boards and committees including as a trustee of Logan University in St. Louis, MO.

Dr. Bruns is past President and Lieutenant Governor (Division 3) of New England Kiwanis, past member of the Board of Directors of the Bangor Region Chamber of Commerce, and Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Red Cross. He has had government appointments to the Bangor Charter Advisory Committee, Maine Health Data Organization, Dirigo Quality Forum, Maine Medical Assessment Foundation. These are just a few of the ways Dr. Bruns gives back to the profession and the state that he loves.

Dr. Richard Bruns has been freeing people from pain, illness and disease while promoting health, wellness and prevention in the clinic in Bangor, ME. As a Doctor of Chiropractic Dr. Bruns has 35 years of experience. Dr. Bruns is committed to promoting optimal health and well being of  patients. He has received numerous state and national awards such as delegate of the year, President's Award, and Governors Advisory Cabinet of the American Chiropractic Association (ACA).He has also been awarded, the Presidential Award, President's Award, Distinguished Member Award, and Chiropractor of the Year with the Maine Chiropractic Association (MCA). He is the current ACA Governor for District 4. Dr. Bruns serves as an advisor to the Maine Chiropractic Association, MCA peer review committee, ACA Health Promotion, Prevention Wellness committee and Health Care Task Force.

Dr. Bruns uses a "whole person approach". This approach to wellness means looking for underlying causes of pain, injury, illness or disease and make whatever interventions, lifestyle and ergonomic adjustments that would optimize the conditions for normal function. Using this unique approach, Dr. Bruns is able to help you to accelerate and/or maintain your journey to good health. He is certified in Cox Flexion Distraction technique, and trained in NIMMO myofascial technique. He is specialty trained in Diversified technique, Thompson Drop technique, chiropractic acupuncture, and Level 1 trained towards his Rehab Diplomate. He is focused on natural healing methods such as diet, nutrition, exercise, herbs, vitamins, minerals, biofeedback strategies and other natural remedies.

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  • "Dr. Bruns has been a life saver for me over the past several years. From helping me with a torn rotator cuff...to my most recent back issue. Love the people, atmosphere, and his ability help get my body back to where it needs to be."
    Christina P.

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