Dr. Darryl Roundy

Dr Roundy

Board Certified Atlas Orthogonist (BCAO)
Fellow – Int’l Chiropractic Pediatric Assoc. (FICPA)
Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner (CCEP)
President, Atlas Family Chiropractic PS

I was originally planning on becoming a dentist and was completing my college prerequisites when I was injured in two rear-end motor-vehicle-accidents within 2-days!  I suffered significant, constant pain for the first time in my life and no one could provide relief or answers (medical care and physical therapy were treatments prescribed).

After 5-months of suffering, someone suggested that I see their Doctor of Chiropractic . . . so I did. After my 3rd adjustment, I sent off for my enrollment application to Palmer College in Davenport, Iowa.  Needless to say by my actions, I was helped for the first time in a way no one had ever helped me.  Not only was my care exceptional, but I was educated throughout the whole process and my injuries were explained in a straightforward and common sense manner.

Previously, I was told “nothing was wrong with me” and that I just needed pain medication – but that just didn’t make any sense.  It still amazes me to this day how many patients are told that “nothing is wrong with them” or “it’s all in your head”!  If you’ve never received a gentle and specific chiropractic adjustment, you’re in store for a nice surprise!  Imagine functioning at your highest potential with an unhindered nerve system . . . functioning the way your body is intended to function.

Quite simply, optimum health may only manifest when your body is functioning without any nerve interference. All things being equal, someone with nerve interference cannot be as healthy as someone without nerve interference.

If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to contact me personally. I look forward to serving and assisting you on your quest for a healthier life.

Graduate School

Palmer College of Chiropractic – Davenport, Iowa
Doctor of Chiropractic – 1994

Colleges

California State University of Bakersfield – Bakersfield, CA

Bakersfield College – Bakersfield, CA

Professional Associations

  • Delta Sigma Chi – Chiropractic Fraternity (1991 – Present)
  • Washington State Chiropractic Association (1995 – Present)
  • International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (2000 – Present)
  • Holistic Pediatric Alliance (2011 – Present)

Additional Education

  • Atlas Orthogonality, Davenport, IA (’92-94)
  • Post-Graduate, Atlas Orthogonality: Marietta, GA (’93-94)
  • Post-Graduate, Atlas Orthogonality: Washington State (’95-12)
  • Advanced Dissection, Atlas Orthogonality: Marietta, GA (’93)
  • Atlas Orthogonality, R.W. Sweat Foundation (over 350 hours)
  • Thompson Technique: Palmer College (’92)
  • N.U.C.C.A. Conference: Chicago, IL (’93)
  • Pierce – Pettibon Technique, Dr. Vern Pierce: Palmer College (’93)
  • Nutritional Needs of Women and Children: Dr. MacKenzie-Strawn
  • Quest: Dr. Guy Reikman; Bellevue, WA
  • Spinal Disability & Impairment Rating: JM Mazion (1995)
  • Low Speed Collision Injuries: Arthur C. Croft, DC, MS, FACO (60 hrs.)
  • Outcomes Assessment – Matthew McCoy (1998)
  • International Chiropractic Pediatric Association – Fellowship (2000)
  • Trauma Neurology – Seattle, WA (2001)
  • Neurology of Pain – Dr. Daniel Murphy – Portland, OR (2003)
  • Nutritional Assessment – Biotics Research (2003)
  • TMJ, Ribs and Shoulder Girdle – Dr. Kevin Hearon (2003)
  • Upper Extremity Dysfunction – Dr. George Lawrence (2003)
  • Lower Extremity Dysfunction – Dr. Nancy North (2003)
  • Foot, Orthotics and Gait – Dr. Kevin Hearon (2003)
  • Spine and Extremity Rehabilitation – Dr. Scott Stoner (2003)
  • Soft Tissue Treatment – Dr. Paul Hetrick (2003)
  • Global Spine and Extremity Assessment – Dr. John Downes (2003)
  • Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner – (2003)
  • Centrally Mediated Pain – Chronic Pain Neurology – (2004)
  • Laser Therapy and Treatment Approaches – (2004)
  • Laser Therapy Physics, Research & Treatment – (2004)
  • Conservative and Neurosurgical approaches to Lumbar Spinal Pain – (2007)
  • Spinal and Rehabilitative Review of the literature – Dr. Malik Slosberg – (2007)
  • Scientific & Philosophical Validation of the Chiropractic Wellness Paradigm – (2008)
  • Diplomate in Neurology training – (180 hours; 2010)
  • Whiplash Injury Biomechanics & Traumatology – (48 hours; 2012 – 2nd time completing)
  • Kinesiotape Certification Training – (32 hours; 2012)
  • Gait Training, Foot Mechanics and Orthotics – (13 hours; 2012)

Accomplishments

  • 1994 – Doctor of Chiropractic Degree (DC) from Palmer College (Iowa)
  • 1995 – Board Certified Atlas Orthogonist: R.W. Sweat Foundation
  • 1996 – Whiplash & Brain Injury Traumatology Graduate (SRISD)
  • 1997 – Compiled, edited and designed the book, Angles of Correction and Instrument Angles of Correction with Relating Formulas, 4th Edition.
  • 1998 – Compiled, edited and designed the Atlas Orthogonal Training Manual, 2nd Edition.
  • 2000 – Compiled, edited and designed the Atlas Orthogonal Training Manual, 3rd Edition.
  • 2000 – Fellowship – International Chiropractic Pediatric Association
  • 2003 – Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner (CCEP-designate)
  • 2012 – Whiplash & Brain Injury Traumatology Graduate (SRISD – 2nd time completing)

Post Graduate Experience

January 95 – July 06
Fircrest Atlas Orthogonal Chiropractic Clinic
Tacoma, Washington
Active practice
June/July 2006, the practice moved and changed names

December 2005 – November 2008
Atlas Family Chiropractic, PS
Gig Harbor, WA
Active practice

July 2006 – Present
Atlas Family Chiropractic, PS
University Place, WA
Active practice

Board Certified and/or Certified

  • 1994 – Doctor of Chiropractic Degree (DC) from Palmer College (Iowa)
  • 1995 – Board Certified Atlas Orthogonist: R.W. Sweat Foundation
  • 2000 – Fellowship – International Chiropractic Pediatric Association
  • 2003 – Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner (CCEP-designate)

Licensure

  • National Boards – 1994
  • Washington State – 1995