Top-Rated Chiropractor in Albuquerque, NM
Dr. Dustin Marlow DC is Roadrunner Chiropractic's founder and owner. A local New Mexican, graduate of Sandia High School (2010) and the University of New Mexico (2015) with a bachelors degree in Biochemistry. He moved to San Jose, California to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic West and received his Doctor of Chiropractic (2018). Following graduation he moved to Santa Cruz, California where he worked in a chiropractic clinic for a year before returning home to Albuquerque.
While attending Palmer College of Chiropractic West Dr. Dustin was president of the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, and avid member of the Palmer West Sports Council. He has successfully treated athletes from events including San Jose State Rugby, Tri-Santa Cruz, and various 5k’s and fun runs.
As a sports chiropractor he loves to work with athletes of all skill levels, using a combination of Palmer Diversified Technique, Thompson Drop, SOT blocking, Muscular Release Technique, and Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization. His Philosophy is to help athletes be “You, Just better.”
Steve Richardson PT
Steve is a personal trainer who specializes in general fitness, form/technique and corrective exercise. He is also well versed in Body Building, Powerlifting and Weight Loss. His main focus falls on lifestyle change as opposed to fad lifting/nutrition trends and education so that you can move you past your major obstacles with fitness and nutrition.
Our trainers have extensive training and unique certifications to serve any need you have. Steve's background includes rehab, corrective exercise, weight loss, nutrition, body building, and power-lifting. The approach taken is about lifestyle changes not fad workouts and diets. We don't assign nutrition plans, rather we coach nutrition choices for a sustainable long term fix to your goals. We use technology to help you achieve and track your progress more efficiently. Through this our trainers can assign workouts and goals to achieve with a simple to use app.
Small group sessions designed for working out specific areas of the body at the same time as other patients to allow for group rehabilitation.