Braxton Pulley was raised in Midland, Michigan. He attended and received his bachelor of science degree in Zoology from Iowa State University in 2000 and his doctorate in Chiropractic Medicine from Palmer College in 2003. While at Palmer, he initiated his unique style of combining chiropractic with other soft tissue styles to create an overall biomechanical approach to healing. Dr. Pulley’s work lead to his admission to the prestigious Chiropractic Research Society.
In 2004, Pulley Chiropractic opened in the Historic East Village of Des Moines. In addition to his thriving practice, Dr. Pulley is active in the community. He is an adjunct faculty member at William Penn University. He chairs the board of: The Heart Connection, (a children’s cancer program), and is active in Big Brothers and Big Sisters, and The Lupus Foundation of Iowa.
Dr. Pulley has provided service to the Red Cross, The Beacon of Life, Cub Scouts and other organizations. Part of his goal is to help Des Moines grow as a community. To further that goal, he is participating in The Greater Des Moines Leadership Institute.