Dr. Jeff Waldrop graduated with honors from Bothell High School and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in math/biology from Saint Mary’s College of California. An Eagle Scout, he is a 2000 Magna Cum Laude graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose, California. Dr. Waldrop successfully undertook the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners tests as well as the Massachusetts and Washington state licensing examinations for chiropractors.
In addition, he obtained the postgraduate designation of Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician® (CCSP) by the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians® (ACBSP). Earning this prestigious designation required him to complete a 120-hour postgraduate program specific to physical fitness and the evaluation and treatment of sports injuries. Dr. Waldrop has attained certification in Graston Technique® as well as advanced certification in Functional Movement Taping®. Additionally, he is a specialist in foot disorders and orthotics.
Dr. Waldrop owned and ran his own successful chiropractic practice in Massachusetts for several years before relocating back to the beautiful Pacific Northwest where he grew up. He is pleased to work with Hanson Chiropractic in a group setting which allows him to utilize a wide variety of treatment options in order to assist more people in regaining their health and vitality. He enjoys helping people of all ages and backgrounds and invites you to come in to the office and learn what chiropractic has to offer.
Outside the clinic, Dr. Waldrop enjoys spending time with his family, being physically active outdoors, photography and cooking.
Our Patient Reviews
After 2 rear-end auto accidents at 55 mph in 3 months I feel I’ve improved way beyond my expectationsread more
I couldn’t walk well because of my spine, neck, and feet. So thankful these doctors love what they do; because of them I have my life back.read more
I strongly recommend coming in to Hanson Chiropractic for an evaluation & a plan of treatment to get you well or very minimum as ‘near normal’ as possible.read more