Oakland Hills office has been
serving the community since 1994. Located off the Keller Avenue exit of
Interstate 580, just minutes from the Oakland Airport, our facility is
in a peaceful and convenient setting. We offer treatment plans designed
to help with a variety of injuries and performance problems. (click
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Dr. Daniel Buch - Specializes in performance enhancement and the treatment of spine related injury. He received his Degree in Kinesiological Studies from California State University, Hayward and his Chiropractic degree from Life West Chiropractic College. Dr.Buch's Curriculum Vitae
Dr. Buch is a California State
Appointed Qualified Medical Evaluator and performs medical legal
examinations in the Bay Area and Central California. Dr.
Buch is also a California DWC Medical
Unit approved provider of QME continuing education, and is the course
Dan fractured his back at the age of 16, which later required decompressive surgery. He competed as an intercollegiate sprinter and turned the negative back injury into a learning experience. Dan is also a professional drummer and maintains Drummershealth.com. He has treated drummers from all over the world! Dan's Drumming Bio
View abstract from the Journal Spine, Co-Authored by Dr. Buch, 1999
Jerilyn Feitelberg, Montclarion Newspaper, Oakland, CA 6/14/96 - "Dr. Buch's treatment goes beyond manipulation (a gentle method to restore normal motion to the spinal joints). He takes a comprehensive look at joints, tendons and the entire joint complex. .........Dr Buch is able to provide his patients with unhurried, individualized treatment. Just knowing you will not be simply another number in this office will make you feel better."
Our Mission - The central interest of Keller Chiropractic and Sports Rehabilitation is to provide a setting where proper function can be restored to the body's joints, soft tissues and nervous system. We treat Sports Injuries, Injuries resulting from auto accidents, Work injuries and Chronic Pain. We believe that our primary responsibility is to our patients. We believe that sharing information concerning your care is critical to your recovery. We urge our patients to ask questions and to be involved. "We treat our patients the way WE would like to be treated; with honesty, care and concern".
Making a false or fraudulent workers' compensation claim is a felony subject to up to 5 years in prison or a fine up to $50,000 or double the value of the fraud, whichever is greater, or by both imprisonment and fine.