Dr. Bruce W. Teague graduated from Eastern Kentucky University in 1970. Dr. Teague then went on to serve in the United States Army. After his time in the Army, he graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1977. He was licensed to practice Chiropractic in the state of Alaska in 1978. Dr. Teague worked as an Associate Doctor of Chiropractic for two years before he went on to establish Teague Chiropractic Center in 1980. Dr. Teague has helped thousands of people since that time.
Dr. Teague is a member of the International Chiropractors Association and is a past state representative. He is also a member of the American College of Chiropractic Orthopedists. The Doctor is also a member of the Alaska Moose Lodge and the American Legion.
Dr. Teague isn't the only one in his family that has become a Doctor of Chiropractic; his Grandfather and Father were also; as well as two brothers and one sister. The Doctor and his wife have five children and one grandson; though they are both anticipating many more grandchildren.
During the summertime Dr. Teague enjoys camping trips with his family and halibut fishing out of Seward, AK. He also enjoys playing with his three dogs, two cats, and adding to his tropical fish tanks.
Our mission here at Teague Chiropractic Center is to provide the highest quality in Chiropractic healthcare to all of our patients; one spine at a time.