Dr. Joseph P. Hornberger has practiced in Sarasota since 1986. He earned highest honors with a Bachelor of Science degree from Central State University and a Masters of Science degree from the University of Dayton. His Doctor of Chiropractic degree was earned Magna Cum Laude at Life University. While there, he also developed and instructed their Exercise Science course and Master’s Degree program.
He was selected by the Atlanta Chiropractic Sports Committee to treat athletes at the 1996 Olympic Games. In addition to having published numerous articles, Dr. Hornberger is a contributing author in Rehabilitation Guidelines of Chiropractic and Conservative Management of Sports Injuries.
Dr. Hornberger was a post-graduate faculty member of five chiropractic colleges. He has taught continuing education seminars in Exercise Physiology and Therapeutic Exercise in several states. He is an advisory board member of the Florida Chiropractic Association’s Rehab Committee and the Chiropractic Rehabilitation Association.
He was awarded the Florida Southwest Chiropractic Society Civic Award for his contributions to the chiropractic profession. Dr. Hornberger served as the Medical Director and Chiropractic Physician for the Sarasota Ballet of Florida. He is a consultant to athletic and rehabilitation programs throughout the country including Culbertson’s Gymnastique, an Olympic-style gymnastic club. Dr. Hornberger served as the Chiropractic Director for the Florida State Senior Games Championships, Florida Sunshine State Games, and Florida State Gymnastic Championships.
Dr. Hornberger is the Owner/manager of Hornberger Wellness & Chiropractic. Dr. Hornberger practices with his son Dr. Michael Hornberger, DC and Dr. Craig Bow, DC and Ricardo Morales, DOM.