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Meet Our Team

Dedicated Pain Professionals

Jason Pirigyi

Jason Pirigyi, DC, MS

Dr. Jason Pirigyi grew up in New Jersey as an avid athlete.  Unfortunately, a passion for athletics came with its fair share of injuries which ultimately ended his sports career. It is through the recovery of these injuries that he discovered sports medicine and chiropractic. Now, as a Chiropractic Physician, he is able to stay connected to the athletic community by keeping his patients in the game and doing what they love.

Since beginning private practice, he has continued to expand his knowledge base in order to stay up to date on the newest advancements in assessment and treatment within the field. He believes in using evidence-based treatments and in getting patients to take an active role in their care, in order to get back to activities as soon as possible.  With various treatment options in his tool belt, the correct approach can be applied to the specific needs of the patient instead of one treatment forced upon everyone.

Regan Buck, DC

Dr.  Regan Buck is a native of Rexburg, Idaho and is excited to be serving the Triangle community. Regan graduated from Utah State University with a degree in Human Movement Science. He grew up with a passion for sports participating in basketball, golf, track, and football. Continuing to pursue an active lifestyle is important to Regan. Chiropractic care allows him to participate in the activities that he loves and keeps him moving at his best.

Dr. Buck graduated from Logan University with a Doctorate in Chiropractic. His clinical interests include sports injuries, acute/chronic pain, and overuse injuries. Through the use of various techniques, including soft tissue mobilizations, chiropractic adjustments, and rehabilitation, he is able to individualize treatment plans affording his patients a high level of care and quicker recovery. Dr. Buck believes in evidence-based care, patient education, and empowering patients to take an active role in the recovery process to improve their quality of life.

Dr. Regan Buck