Dr. Irwin Mulnick is a licensed Chiropractic Physician, serving McCall and the surrounding communities. He has been providing pain relief and natural wellness care in Idaho since 1990. As a Chiropractor with decades of experience, Dr. Mulnick is committed to promoting the optimal health and well being of his patients, using a "whole person approach". This approach to wellness means looking for underlying causes of ill-health or "dis-ease", and then making whatever interventions and lifestyle adjustments that would optimize the conditions for normal function. Using this integrative approach, the doctor is able to help the patient to accelerate their healing time and maintain their journey to better health.
In addition to the individual specialties of the doctor, he employs a focus on nutrition and the other factors that influence whole body wellness. As blood work-ups are a great internal map of what is going on in the body, the doctor utilizes this information along with current symptoms, detailed history and physical examinations to individualize treatment programs for the patients well-being and health. The doctor works with the patient and their primary physicians to offer the best care for the patient to reach their health goals and optimal health.
Dr. Irwin Mulnick graduated from Temple University in Philadelphia with a degree in Biology before graduating from Western States Chiropractic College in 1986. Years ago he competed in the game of Ultimate Frisbee and was on teams that won the US National and World Championships in the Masters division (over 35), and competed on Open Division teams that went to the US National Championships 3 times. His love of being active and playing sports, as well as working with athletes, led him to become a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP) in 1996. In addition to working with atheltes and sports injuries, Dr. Irwin treats many patients that have been injured in auto accidents and on-the-job injuries.
Since moving to McCall, Dr. Irwin has been very involved in the community as a soccer coach in the youth program and with the indoor hockey rink. He also serves on the McCall Parks and Recreation Advisory Board. He prefers to spend his free time being active and outdoors either skate-skiing, snow-boarding, biking, hiking or playing hockey. When indoors, he enjoys playing guitar.