Dr. Kulm was born and raised in Eugene, OR. Dr. Kulm attended the University of Colorado, earning a bachelor’s degree in Integrative Physiology in 2015. While at the University of Colorado, he played for the CU Men’s Lacrosse Team, which won the MCLA National Championship in 2014. He was first introduced to Chiropractic by Dr. Ryan Dunn, DC, and subsequently performed two internships at Mile High Spine & Sport during the summer of his junior and senior years at CU.
He then moved on to the University of Western States Health Sciences in Portland, OR, where he graduated Cum Laude and earned his Doctorate in Chiropractic and Master of Science in Sports Medicine. While pursuing a dual degree in Chiropractic and Sports Medicine, Riley had the opportunity to work with a wide array of athletic populations, including ice hockey, rugby, professional rodeo, Crossfit, Olympic Weightlifting, triathlon, basketball, track and field, and football. One of Riley’s passions is identifying injury patterns unique to each sport and finding the best treatments to help the athlete.
While in Chiropractic school, Riley attended a multitude of continuing education courses, including Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS), Mckenzie Therapy, Sports Rehabilitation, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Manipulation (IASTM), Rocktape Kinesiology Taping and Motion Palpation Institute (MPI). During his last year at Chiropractic School, he was President of the Functional Anatomy & Manual Therapy Club. Also, he served as a Student Teaching Assistant during his final quarter at school. Post-graduate studies include Active Release Technique (ART) and a 100-hour acupuncture certification.
When not in the clinic treating patients, Riley enjoys exploring the beautiful state of CO, where he loves to fish, hike, and ski. He also enjoys playing ice hockey, lacrosse, and competing in Olympic Weightlifting.