From a young age Dr. Bob Cummins was under chiropractic care. He attributes this as a principle cause for an uneventful and carefree childhood where he rarely got sick. Later, he relied on chiropractic as a collegiate and US National Team athlete to manage rowing injuries. He was a bronze medalist at the 1993 Junior World Championships in Arungen, Norway. He won a collegiate national championship with the University of Washington in 1997 and with the US National Team won the world Championships in Aix Les Baines, France that same year.After attending Cornell University and the University of Washington studying biology, he graduated Summa Cum Laude from Life West Chiropractic College. He completed a two year mentorship in New York and became advanced certified in the postural correction technique called Chiropractic Biophysics, the most researched technique in chiropractic history. He now serves the Bellevue community with his wealth of knowledge to bring people to better health. From in office treatment to educational outreach, Dr. Cummins strives to help all people achieve their health potential and be able to enjoy life to the fullest.
Outside of the office, Dr. Cummins enjoys following the local rowing schedule and especially loves to hike and with his wife, Anna, and daughter, Hope.