Dr. Robert Westwood
Prior to becoming a doctor of chiropractic Dr. Westwood attended Waynesburg College (now Waynesburg University) where he graduated with his bachelor's degree in Sports Medicine/Athletic Training. He worked as a certified athletic trainer. Dr. Westwood did graduate level athletic training work at California University of PA. He has worked in many different settings as an athletic trainer, most notably in professional baseball. Dr Westwood worked in the Boston Red Sox and Pittsburgh Pirates organizations.
Dr. Westwood attended New York Chiropractic College where he did clinical rotations at Monroe Community Hospital, St Josephs Neighborhood Clinic, and Veterans Hospitals. In his practice Dr. Westwood stresses the importance of rehabilitative exercise programs to fix the underlying biomechanical problems associated with pain and dysfunctional movement patterns.
Dr Westwood has obtained certification through Professional Sports Care. This certification makes Dr Westwood a certified chiropractic provider for the PGA TOUR and TOUR.
In his spare time Dr Westwood enjoys spending time with his wife Meghan, their twin boys and two dogs. He enjoys playing golf, watching sports and movies and cooking.
Dr. Erik Pajer-Rogers
Dr. Pajer-Rogers found chiropractic after suffering a back injury working as a professional chef. Before his chiropractic training, Dr. Pajer-Rogers received a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology with a minor in Race, Culture, and Power from the University of New Hampshire. He worked for a time as a professional chef around the New England area before deciding to pursue his chiropractic degree.
While attending New York Chiropractic College, Dr. Pajer-Rogers obtained an advanced certification in Sports Science and Human Performance, as well as certifications in Activator I protocol, and Pediatric RockTape. He emphasizes the importance of proper movement patterns to reduce injury prevalence and pain while addressing altered biomechanics.
Dr. Pajer-Rogers, a Pittsburgh native, and is excited to be back to practice in the area he grew up in. In his free time, Dr. Pajer-Rogers enjoys hiking with his dog Cisco, cooking, playing hockey and golf, watching sports, and reading.