Adam Weiss is a board-certified chiropractic physician. Dr. Weiss graduated from National University of Health Sciences in 1992 and completed his clinical residency training at the Lombard and Chicago National Out-patient Centers. Dr. Weiss has been in private practice for the past 24 years, specializing in neuromuscular injuries working with Olympic and professional athletes.
As the medical director of Body By Pilates Fitness Center in Buffalo Grove, Illinois, Dr. Weiss has been successfully integrating the StretchSmart, AbSmart and Back Smart methods, sports conditioning, and lifestyle changes including weight loss programs into his practice. Dr Weiss’s knowledge of flexibility, endurance, and strengthening exercise is a result of his own experience with martial arts and years of weight training and Pilates. He has held a first-degree black belt in tae kwon do since the early age of 15, having competed in state and national competitions at the junior and senior levels.
Dr. Weiss is highly sought after as a team physician for Olympic and professional level athletes and young inspiring high school enthusiast. Dr. Weiss works with these athletes and teaches Pilates reformer cases daily while maintaining a full time practice. He also presents strengthening and conditioning exercise at workshops for professional and amateur sport clubs and martial arts studios throughout the United States.
Dr. Weiss own experience with back pain at an early age forced him to modify and adapt exercise routines, resulting in more productive and effective forms of exercise for people of all ages. Dr. Weiss has also written The Backsmart Fitness Plan: A total Body Workout to Strengthen and Heal Your Back, a complete fill body workout. The AbsSmart Fitness Plan: The proven workout to Lose Inches and Strengthen Your Core without Straining Your Back.
Dr. Weiss has also contributed to national magazines on health and fitness based on these systems of toning and conditioning. Dr. Weiss has also been interviewed on Project Health Radio.
When not seeing patient, teaching Pilates, cooking, writing, reading and learning Japanese, he is experimenting with new exercises.