Dr. Richard Ulm
Raised in Rhode Island, Dr. Ulm has always been involved with sports. With the prospect of training with Jud Logan, a 3-time Olympian in track and Field (now a 4-time Olympian), he attended Ashland University. While at Ashland, he studied English, philosophy, and political science. Although he didn’t know it at the time, he was lucky enough to have met his future wife (Jackie Jeschelnig), to whom he is happily married. At Ashland he also developed a great love of the Mid-West, its people and its landscape. After graduation, he continued training and coached track and field at Emporia State University, where he received a Masters of Science. In 2004 he competed at the Track and Field Olympic Trials in Sacramento, California. Following the Olympic Trials he coached at New Mexico State University. Wanting to apply what he had learned while training athletes to the manual therapy profession, in 2008 he enrolled at National University of Health Sciences. National University is an evidence-based institution for Chiropractic Physicians. While at National, he focused his efforts on biomechanics, anatomy, orthopedics, gait assessment and rehabilitation.
Dr. Ulm is a certified Medical Professional by the Titleist Performance Institute, full body certified in Active Release Technique and is a certified Motion Palpation Practitioner.
Whether it is running a marathon or working without pain, Dr. Ulm is passionate about helping people perform at their best so they can better enjoy their lives. Dr. Ulm is also a strength and conditioning consultant for many athletes and coaches throughout the country. When he is not working, Dr. Ulm enjoys spending time with his wife, exercising and reading.
Hours of operation: II Monday: 7:30a - 6:30p || Tuesday: 7:30a - 6:30p ||
Wednesday: 7:30a - 6:30p || Thursday: 7:30a - 6:30p || Friday: 7:30a-5:00p ||
Saturday: by appointment only