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Meet the Chiropractor
Dr. Pam Traum has developed a focus on nutrition and homeopathic remedies as well as gentle activator and diversified adjusting techniques. She graduated from Western States Chiropractic College in 1997 and has lived in Arizona ever since. Her undergraduate degree is from the University of Washington in 1989 with a BA in Business administration (of all things) but was back in school for pre-med preparation quickly thereafter. Her interests include guiding her patients to live better lives and..... guiding her patients to live better lives. I know that sounds redundant but that is basically her biggest passion. Well, she does allow some time for camping with her husband and two awesome sons. Oh, she also loves to ski but doesn't get much time for it here in the southwest. She is a great mom and does her best to balance a professional's life with the requirements of motherhood and family. (Is it obvious that Dr. Ed Wrote this?)
Dr. Ed Traum spends most of his time driving a fire truck but he has been able to indulge his passion for chronic muscle injury. He has focused on athletes and weekend warriors for more than 10 years. He graduated Cum Laude from Western States Chiropractic College and dragged Dr. Pam Traum to Arizona with him shortly thereafter. Before spending two years in the Dominican Republic with the Peace Corps (1990 - 1992) he studied finance and economics at California State University, Chico and graduated in 1988. He loves to practice martial arts and he loves to camp anywhere in the great and beautiful southwest. He is a part of the St. Luke's Sports Medicine Team which provides high quality medical care to Professional rodeo cowboys and cowgirls as well as local martial arts tournaments like the American Tae Kwan Do Association. He loves his family and spends as much time as possible with his two sons while making time for coffee once in a while with his wife.