West Palm Beach & Plantation Chiropractor
Dr. Brandon Alexander was born in Syosset, New York but raised in West Palm Beach, Florida. The son of an Electrical Engineer and Educator, he has always been interested in innovative ways of solving problems and educating others in “Best Practices/Methods”.
Dr. Alexander attended local schools and it was at Roosevelt Middle School that he took an interest in medicine. He continued his primary education at Lake Worth High School where he was afforded the opportunity to further his passion for medicine in their Medical Magnet Program. He was also very active in and competed in baseball as a dual student athlete. His talents enabled him to earn a baseball scholarship and compete at a Division 1 school while pursuing a health degree. He was awarded a “Bright Futures Scholarship” which enabled him to attend any college in the state of Florida with honors. While competing in sports and excelling in school, he found time to intern with his team chiropractor which ignited his admiration for chiropractic medicine.
Dr. Alexander continued his studies at the University of South Florida where he earned a Bachelors of Science degree in Health Sciences. While matriculating in Tampa he also worked at Gracepoint Wellness, Mental Health Institution, and developed an interest in holistic medicine, mind, body, and soul. It was there that Dr. Alexander learned different methods of communication and developed a basket of resources for those suffering with physical and emotional conflicts. Dr. Alexander also has a background working as a Physical Trainer and has worked with collegiate and professional athletes, focusing on strength, endurance and muscle recovery.
He later attended National University of Health Sciences where he earned his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree. Dr. Alexander is a Board Certified Chiropractor and has a passion for treating patients and educating them on helping themselves. He specializes in “whole” health medicine as well as strength and conditioning for those recovering from injuries and the prevention of exacerbation.