To help improve the quality and quantity of our patients lives, and to support them in creating a healthier lifestyle for themselves and their families.
Dr. Patrick J. Noel graduated from the National College of Chiropractic in 1997. Since then he has been in private practice in Ethe Denver Metro Area. Although he considers himself a family practitioner, Dr. Noel has a special interest in sports medicine. As a former high school and collegiate athlete, Dr. Noel has first-hand experience of the physical demands and injuries associated with athletics. Now as a doctor, he has become a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician through the American Board of Chiropractic Sports Physicians.
It is often said that a doctor's ultimate goal should be to prevent the diseases of which he/she treats. Dr. Noel is also extensively trained in Occupational Medicine. He is currently pursuing two seperate degrees in this field. The first is a Masters Degree in Safety which includes certification in Occupational Safety and also in Ergonomics. The second being a Diplomate in Occupational Medicine & Applied Ergonomics. This education not only allows him to treat the injured worker, but also allows him to work with corporations to prevent injuries in the work place.
"I hope with my special training in sports and occupational medicine to utilize this knowledge to develop new strategies to prevent and treat injuries in both fields."
Dr. Noel understands his patients have different goals, expectations, and motivations. That’s why he will do his best to customize your treatment based upon your desires and needs. Some patients enjoy prompt adjustments, while others enjoy twenty minutes of extra rehabilitation exercises. Some patients are just there to feel a little better while others feel it is important to reach complete health. He will do his best to fulfill your individual expectations.
Although most of Dr. Noel's spare time is spent with the daughter, he enjoys playing softball and volleyball, weightlifting, motorcycling and ATVing in the mountains.