Dr. Erik Sorbo


Erik Sorbo, D.C., CCSP®


Dr. Erik Sorbo grew up in Clear Lake, Iowa, earned his bachelors degree in religion at Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa, and continued his education earning his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the prestigious Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. He graduated Magna Cum Laude and was inducted into the international chiropractic honor society.  While at Palmer College, he studied multiple technique courses and extended his knowledge while serving as an assistant in the cervical and extremity adjusting classes.

Dr. Erik has since completed two separate postgraduate seminars on extremity adjusting, as well as a 120 hour postgraduate certification in sports chiropractic.

His focus is the spine and nervous system, and he excels at treating many extremity issues.  Dr. Erik believes all people should be proactive about their wellness. He is dedicated to “…helping everyone achieve their full health potential and not only add years to their life, but add life to their years.”

Dr. Erik is passionate about health education.  He donates his time presenting to civic organizations, businesses, parent/teacher organizations, church groups, and gyms; as well as mentoring other health care providers.  His popular programs include a wide variety of health related topics. He wants to empower people with accurate knowledge to make their own health care decisions.

Dr. Erik Sorbo, along with his wife, Dr. Patricia Sorbo own Weld Family Clinic of Chiropractic.  They have four terrific children; Sophia, Zachary, Emma, and Hannah.  Dr. Erik spends time serving on the Frontier Academy Executive Committee where his daughters attend school. He is a Boy Scout Leader for Zach’s Troop 247 and is a member of the Rotary Club of Greeley.

The Sorbo Family supports their community in many ways including the opportunity to engage their patients in many activities that allow them to get involved in “giving back.”  Some of those activities have been canned food drives for the Weld Food Bank, walking and raising dollars for the Weld Chapter of the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life and supporting A Kid’s Place special events to name just a few.

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