Dr. Christopher Webb studied Behavioral Neuroscience at the University of Pittsburgh and earned a Doctorate in Chiropractic from the National College of Chiropractic in 1996.
After a few years in practice, Dr. Webb began a four-year program in Orthopedics with instructors from the Texas Back Institute and the National University of Health Sciences. After extensive testing, Dr. Webb received board certification as a Chiropractic Orthopedist and is now a Fellow of the American Board of Chiropractic Orthopedists.
Dr. Webb has made every attempt to stay on the cutting edge of clinically proven techniques. He has trained and earned certifications in Active Release Technique™ (ART), Graston™ technique, Cox Flexion™ - Distraction technique, McKenzie™ technique, and Kinesotaping™, Selective Functional Movement Assessment™ (SFMA), just to name a few... attending seminars ranging from MRI interpretations, orthopedics, anatomy labs, ART or new clinical techniques are literally a monthly occurrence for Dr. Webb.
Dr. Webb has competed in numerous triathlons including five full distance (140.6) Ironman triathlons, 16 (70.3) Half Ironman races, and over 40 Olympic distance triathlons. Dr. Webb has been part of the Active Release Technique (ART) treatment team at the Ironman World Championships in Kona Hawaii over the past four years and is a sponsor of the Pittsburgh Triathlon Club. Dr. Webb and his wife Kristi oversee the Southpark Kids Triathlon every July which has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for Habitat for Humanity. Dr. Webb specializes in working with triathletes and patients whose physical performance is limited by musclo-skeletal injuries.
Taking the reins in 1999, Dr. Christopher Webb is now the owner of Dr. Webb and Associates. Dr. Webb is the fourth Chiropractor in the family business that has been established in 1933.
Dr. Webb has two daughters, Morgan Grace and Stella Jean and one granddaughter Emerson Faye. Dr. Webb and his wife Kristi live in the Southpointe region of Washington County.
Dr. Webb has completed the University of Pittsburgh Primary Spine Practitioner program, a one year intensive certification program for non-surgical spinal practitioners.