Washington, DC, Chiropractor Dr. David Walls-Kaufma
About David Walls-Kaufman
Washington, DC-based chiropractor Dr. David Walls-Kaufman focuses his practice on maximizing the ability of chiropractic adjustment to help the brain and nervous system deal with environmental stresses. His particular areas of clinical interest include the specialized techniques of chiropractic biophysics (CBP) postural correction, Atlas-specific adjusting techniques and analysis, and Network chiropractic. Dr. Walls-Kaufman has become a proponent of encouraging modern society to educate MDs and nurses in chiropractic adjustment so that the life-saving and health-reorienting technique can be used every day to cure problems from headache to indigestion in the physician’s office, while Doctors of Chiropractic would handle the tough cases and life-threatening health problems that are not in need of medical emergency procedures. Dr. David Walls-Kaufman has enjoyed recognition for his role as principal investigator in a research project examining the benefits of chiropractic.
Dr. Walls-Kaufman counts among his professional memberships the District of Columbia Chiropractic Association, the International Chiropractic Association, and Chiropractic Biophysics. From 1984 to 1994, he belonged to SHARE, a chiropractic charitable organization, and he provides volunteer chiropractic services at the N Street Village Women’s Clinic.
The author of a novel, Caesar Americus—One Party Rule, Dr. David Walls-Kaufman belongs to the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, a performing rights organization. He also studies tai chi and has participated in numerous national and international tournaments.