About the Doctor



MARK R. PUSTAVER, D.C.
CURRICULUM VITAE

Post-Doctoral Education:
  • Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist 1992
  • Board Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician 1989

Chiropractic Education: National College of Chiropractic 1984

Undergraduate Education: University of Wisconsin System

Published:
Outsmart Your Fork! A Mindful Guide To Permanent Weight Loss
Journal Of Manipulative And Physiological Therapeutics, July/August 1994, ‘Mechanical Low Back Pain: Etiology And Conservative Management’

Chiropractic Physician:
First chiropractic physician to work with Carolinas HealthCare System. Assisted in the establishment of chiropractic practice and protocol at Carolinas Integrative Health.

Co-Inventor/Patent Holder: Low Back Exercise Device

Team Chiropractor:
  • Hendrick MotorSports
  • Charlotte Hornets
NC Board of Assisting Physician State Licensure Chiropractic Examiners: Clinical Competency Examinations

Professional Membership:
  • American Chiropractic Association
  • ACA Council on Sports Injuries and Physical Fitness
  • North Carolina Chiropractic Association
  • ACA Council on Neurology

Practice History:
March 1993-Present: Private practice in Matthews, NC.
Since moving to North Carolina, Dr. Pustaver has had the opportunity to work with amateur, professional and Olympic athletes.

1991-1992: Practiced in Newark, Delaware.
While in Delaware, helped establish the Advanced Rehabilitation Center.

1984-1991: Practiced in Middleton, WI. (a suburb of Madison, WI).
While here Dr. Pustaver treated members of the University of Wisconsin football, track, crew and wrestling teams.

Community Involvement:
Vice President of the Patriot Project, a grass roots movement to provide chiropractic care to all Active Military, their Families, Wounded Warriors & All Gold Star Dependents.
Co-Founder/Director of the One Nation Foundation, whose mission is to inspire all people to strive for racial harmony and unity. In Spring 2003, the Foundation named their first 15 college scholarship recipients, all of whom were Charlotte-Mecklenburg High School Students.