Dr. Rudnick is a Diplomate American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians
He received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree as a 2007 graduate of the National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, Illinois. During undergraduate studies at the University of South Florida, he graduated in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Science.
Dr. Rudnick was appointed as an Adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor at Keiser University College of Chiropractic Medicine in 2020.
She completed 2 externships during her undergraduate degree one in cardiac rehabilitation and the other personal training for Home Base, a Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Program for veterans. Graduating in 2016 she worked as an exercise physiologist in Fort Myers, Florida. On the side she worked as a personal trainer and group fitness instructor because of her love for fitness and because she believes in the healing power of movement. Dr. Mancini went back to college in 2018 where she received her Doctorate in Chiropractic Medicine from Keiser University of West Palm Beach in 2021.
During her graduate schooling she completed extra training to become certified in FAKTR technique©, Rocktape technique©, Cox Flexion Distraction technique©, Acupuncture, and is currently completing her training in Functional Medicine. She was also very actively involved in clubs on campus during her time at Keiser University, holding a board position for Sports Council, Nutrition, and SWIIFT (Strong Women Inspiring Interdisciplinary Fortitude and Transformation). She participated in research on campus, once in which she presented at the Sports Council Symposium in Miami in 2019. Dr. Mancini completed her externship at the Chiropractic and Sports Rehabilitation Institute in 2021 and is excited to continue being a part of team as a chiropractic associate!
He became certified as a personal trainer through the American Council on Exercise in 1996. After injuring his low back in 2001 David discovered the benefits of therapeutic massage therapy. He became licensed in 2003 and has primarily worked in chiropractic offices, sports medicine and physical therapy clinics.
In addition to the therapeutic massage David also has a lot of experience in sports massage. In 2004 he worked with the USA Olympic Wrestling Team before they went to Athens. He was the sports massage therapist for Florida Atlantic University’s Mens Basketball team from 2006-2011, as well as Sports Massage Team Captain for the Palm Beach County chapter of the FSMTA (Florida State Massage Therapy Association) and assembled the massage team for
the inaugural Palm Beach Marathon.
David believes in practicing what he preaches. Along with his wife he runs marathons, does resistance training, swims, bikes, kayaks and of course gets regular massages.