About Dr. Braddock

All too often it is the practitioner who gathers information about the patient while the patient gets little information about the practitioner and his or her practice.  Dr. Braddock wants to change that.  Here is his story –

My full name is Wayne Joseph Braddock, Jr. and I was born in Trenton, N.J.  After completing my undergraduate studies, I graduated in 1992 from Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, Texas.  I have a wonderful family that I enjoy spending time with and we love to travel and spend time outdoors enjoying nature.  I also enjoy playing my guitar, reading, writing, and learning new things. In particular, I love to take classes on self-improvement and natural healing.
I received my calling to be a chiropractor when I was working as a nuclear fusion technician at Princeton University.  My mother encouraged me to schedule a visit with the chiropractor she was going to.  I did, and from that first visit I knew my life was changing direction.  I had a burning desire to learn more about chiropractic and to practice the techniques I had experienced.  With the support of my family, especially my mother, I enrolled in Parker College of Chiropractic.
I’ve chosen to devote my life to the healing arts because I sensed deep down that my calling is to serve others by helping them heal and prosper.  It touches my heart to see the change come over patients when they start to feel better.  I am grateful because I’ve been able to make a difference in people’s lives.  My soul smile every time a patient leaves the office with a sparkle in their eyes and relief on their face.  It warms my heart to  know I was able to help someone today.
I believe with all my heart in the principles of alternative healing which are, first, to do no harm and, second, to recognize that healing comes from the inside.  Nature gives us everything we need to heal ourselves, but appreciates the help of a good doctor.  The life force that permeates the human body is activated through natural healing and the alignment of the spine.
I also believe with all my heart in how I practice and in always striveing to improve it.  I believe I give excellent service for a fair fee.  I want to help people.  I want you to refer and continue to refer patients to me because I genuinely care about people’s welfare and want them to feel better in evey way.  In my practice, we provide a variety of services to help people propser physically, mentally and emotionally in a loving and caring environment.
My clinic was established with Doctor Joseph Cardot,N.D., a physician who is now retired.  I have continued to grow the practice and serve the people of Arvada who are open and receptive to a holistic approach to healing.  I chose Arvada, a community where my services were wanted and needed.
The whole purpose of this clinic is to provide a natural alternative service to the community at a fair fee.  What seems to make this practice unique is the loving service in which we hep our patients feel better naturally so they can grow and peropser in every way.

My personal promise to you is that you will be treated like a member of my family wit kind and loving service.  I will help you to the best of my abilities to feel better and reach your goals of improving the quality of your life.