Dr. Chapman was influenced early by his father Glenn S. Chapman Jr., M.D. and his passion for medicine. After exploring a number of majors, including architecture, math, chemistry and botany at the University of Florida, Dr. Chapman completed a Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology at the University of Central Florida. His interest in plants and how cultures use them resulted in his discovery of a modern hands-on healer: Robert Fulford D.O. This led him to Osteopathic Medicine and eventually graduation from the Osteopathic Medical School in Des Moines, Iowa.
Building on the integration of traditional and non-traditional medicine, Dr. Chapman pursued medical specialization by completing a Residency in Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine (NMM) in Ft. Worth, Texas. Consistent with his lifelong love of learning, he completed a Fellowship in Sports Medicine and further post graduate training in Pain Medicine. He presently holds board certifications in NMM, Sports Medicine, and Pain Medicine.