B3 Bfr Certified Instructors

Dr. Greg Adams

Dr. Adams' career path began as a PT after graduating from the University of Indianapolis. He soon realized that Chiropractic was a better fit for him to contribute to the world and humanity and eventually graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic and now is in his 29th year of practice. He is part of a small percentage of the profession that specializes in care of the upper cervical (neck) spine.

He was introduced to  in 2019 and while immediately intrigued by the science, it was results that really inspired him. After a very short time of using the bands, he soon found his chronic aches and pains from early life traumas and years of playing sports were no longer a daily experience. He is looking forward to living fully the  Lifestyle in the second half of his career that will allow him to continue to serve more, serve better and serve longer at a high level.

Be Healthy, Be Fit, Be Strong - is a congruent message that can be applied not only individually, but also modeled and shared with the people we all love and care about. BFR supports what the body already does, which is to express life and heal. It is for these reasons and so many more that he feels blessed to be riding on the  train.

Dr. Ken Otto

Dr Ken has been in chiropractic practice for over 30 years.  He has been on the front lines of helping people achieve maximum health expression, In his family practice he has helped a wide variety of patients; whether a high school, college, or pro athlete or your garden variety weekend warrior, to the geriatric patient wanting more independence to stay living in their home, as well and many variations in between.

Dr Ken has been involved in athletics since he was in grade school. competing in a variety of sports, including football at Minnesota State University during his college years. From whistle sports he then made the transition into more endurance events to "stay in shape" completing 2 full Ironman distance triathlons.

The attractive thing about BFR Training he states, "It answers the age old question I get repleatly from patients is 'What exercises can I do at home on my own to do the most good?'  This, BFR training, has been a massive blessing in my practice life to support those folks in their quest to heal and be as healthy as they can be.