Dr. Bryson J. Langel: "Helping You Achieve Your Innate Health Potential."

Why I am a Chiropractor
May 15, 1998 was the day (and event) that began my journey in Chiropractic. I was born and raised in Iowa and it was on this day that I was outside when a tornado struck.

The tornado literally lifted me up, carried me through the air, and drove me back into the ground. Meanwhile, the farm was completely destroyed (trees uprooted, barns leveled, the house was rotated on its foundation, etc.). Aside from a concussion and numerous bruises, scrapes, and minor lacerations; I walked away from the accident. Three days after this trauma, I visited a Chiropractor where I received my first adjustment. At that moment I knew my purpose in life was to help others regain and maintain their health with Chiropractic. 

Chiropractic Education
Cleveland Chiropractic College , 1998 – 2002
Kansas City, Missouri
Graduated: April 26, 2002 Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) degree

Military Service:
U.S. Marine Corps (Active Duty) – 1991 to 1995
U.S. Army Reserve – 1996 to 2000

Community Involvement
Member: Washington Chiropractic Quality Assurance Commission
Member: International Chiropractors Association
Member: Marine Corps League; Olympia Detachment 482
Member: Olympia Host Lion’s Club






















































Dr. Bryson J. Langel



VanQuaethem Chiropractic Clinic

1645 Cooper Point Road SW

Olympia, WA 98502


(360) 943-6206


Langel Chiropractic, P.S.

(360) 352-9912







"Innate must flow fully, freely, naturally; to, through, and into the educated brain to produce what education calls greatness."

B.J. Palmer, D.C., Ph.C. 

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