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Meet Your Newnan Chiropractor, Dr. Steingraber

Dr. Craig

Dr. Craig Steingraber has been a licensed Chiropractor since 1991.

Dr. Craig Steingraber has been helping people with pain and symptom relief since 2004 in his clinic in Newnan, GA.

Dr. Steingraber uses a "whole person approach" when taking care of his patients. By combining the very best of drug free health care and advice, Dr. Steingraber is able to help you to accelerate and/or maintain your journey to good health.

"My passion is to always remain at the forefront of my profession educationally therefore allowing me to help people through non-pharmaceutical and non-surgical methods"

Dr. Steingraber grew up in Iowa within a family of five. He has been in private practice since 1991. Practice experience includes private practice in Roanoke, Virginia as well as Houston, Texas before moving to Newnan, Georgia in August of 2004. Dr. Steingraber is married to Penny and has two children Cole Alan and Nicole Marie.


Craig Steingraber, DC

60 Oak Hill Boulevard, Suite 202, Newnan, Georgia 30265

Phone: 770-254-7833

Fax: 770-252-7576

[email protected]

www.1gca.com

SELECTED OCCUPATIONAL HISTORY

Clinic Director, Newnan Chiropractic Spine and Injury Center, Newnan, Georgia, 2017-Present

Chief Executive Officer, Steingraber Enterprises, Newnan, Georgia, 2014-Present

Staff Chiropractor-Cancer Treatment Center of America, Southeastern Regional Hospital, Newnan, Georgia, 2012 to present

Clinic Director, Georgia Chiropractic Associates, Newnan, Georgia, 2004-Present

Clinic Director, Craig Steingraber, DC, PA, Houston, Texas, 2002-2004

Staff Chiropractor-Memorial Hermann Hospital-Houston Baptist University Wellness Center, 2000-2004

Clinic Director, Professional Chiropractic Group, Houston, Texas, 1992-2002

Associate, Becker Clinic of Chiropractic, Roanoke, Virginia, 1991-1992

EDUCATION AND LICENSURE

Doctor of Chiropractic, Licensed in the State of Georgia, License Number, 7629, 2004-Present

Doctor of Chiropractic, Licensed in the State of Texas, 1991-2004

Doctor of Chiropractic, Licensed in the State of Virginia, 1991-1992

Bachelor of Science, Human Biology, Texas Chiropractic College, Pasadena, Texas, 1991

Undergraduate Studies, Chiropractic Prerequisites, San Jacinto College, Pasadena, Texas, 1985-1987

Associate of Liberal Arts, Mount Saint Clare College, Clinton, Iowa, 1983

SELECTED POST GRADUATE EDUCATION, CERTIFICATIONS AND DIPLOMATES

Advanced certification in Whiplash Traumatology and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Spine Research Institute of San Diego, Coronado, California, 2011-Present

Diplomate Eligible, American Board of Chiropractic Neurology, American Chiropractic Neurology Board, Temple, Texas, 2006-Present

Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician. Subject matter included topics such as concepts of exercise physiology, clinical biomechanics, sports nutrition, adjunctive therapies and procedures, diagnostic imaging for sports injuries, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, emergency procedures, review of spinal and extremity orthopedic testing, medico-legal considerations. American Board of Chiropractic Sports Physicians, Texas Chiropractic College, Pasadena Texas, 1994

Functional Endocrinology. Review of the physiology and the key concepts in functional endocrinology. Information is provided on the effects of acute and chronic stress/environmental factors on physiology, and the healing process. Review of the scientific literature regarding how various diets, botanicals, nutrients, and lifestyle and environmental factors can impact the endocrine system directly and indirectly. Topics addressed include menopause, perimenopause, andropause, menstrual cycles, adrenal function, fertility, hormone overload and clearance, microbiome-endocrine axis, essential fatty acids and hormones, blood glucose and hormones, obesogens, endocrine disruptors, hepatic and gut microbiome-hormone biotransformation and bone health. Additional information is provided on supporting healthy endocrine balance with or without the use of aggressive hormone replacement strategies. A review of human physiology is followed by clinical applications, general review of relevant laboratory tests, differential diagnoses, and how to identify cases that may need to be referred for further consultation and/or evaluation. University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 2018

Pain. Pain generating mechanisms are reviewed from the receptor to central processing. Central mechanisms for pain inhibition and facilitation are reviewed including prefrontal cortices, anterior cingulate and insular contributions to chronic pain with emphasis placed on the clinical syndromes associated with pain integration. Methodology specific to physical rehabilitation modalities and additional receptor based activations are reviewed. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2018

Interprofessional Hospital Based Spine Care, Trends in hospital and emergent care in the healthcare delivery system inclusive of policies, hospital staffing and current care paths for mechanical spine issues. Cleveland University – Kansas City, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Long Island, NY, 2018

Primary Spine Care; Credentials and Knowledge Base. The credentials and knowledge base from an academia perspective when cooperatively treating in a collaborative environment inclusive of understanding pathology and mechanical spine issues. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY, 2018

Primary Spine Care; Spinal Biomechanical Engineering and MRI Spine Interpretation. Integrating spinal biomechanical engineering and MRI spine interpretation into a primary spine care model, inclusive of necessity and acquisition protocols. A comprehensive review of the latest evidence in documenting mechanical issues. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY, 2018

Primary Spine Care; Hospital Administration, Triage, Clinical Requirements and Collaborative Relationships with Medical Specialists. Understanding hospital and medical specialist's care paths for mechanical spine pathology and integrating the doctor of chiropractic in the hospital and allopathic treatment protocols. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY, 2018

Primary Spine Care; Contemporary Spine Research and Documentation. Central nervous system connection and the thalamus, hypothalamus connection in both ascending and descending central pathways with neuro-endocrine implications that have the mechanisms to be a component of Schizophrenia, Dementia and Alzheimer’s with a linear relationship to the chiropractic spinal adjustment and chronic pain. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY, 2018

Primary Spine Care; Connective Tissue Spinal Disc Permanent Pathology. Herniated, bulged, protruded and extruded discs, etiology and morphology. Age-dating disc pathology inclusive of modic changes, piezoelectric effect, Wolff’s Law and radicular clinical presentation. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY, 2018

Primary Spine Care; Connective Tissue Pathology and Research. Utilization in spinal models considering the opioid abuse and various spinal models in contemporary health care. Care paths for mechanical spine pain and the evidence for conservative chiropractic care. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY, 2018

Primary Spine Care; Bio-Neuro-Mechanical Lesions and Spine Care. Mechanoreceptor, proprioceptor, nociceptor innervation and control of the spinal system with central nervous system action and interaction. The integration of the pain processing network and the hypo-thalamo-pituitary-adrenal axis with the chiropractic spinal adjustment. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY, 2018

Primary Spine Care; Ethics, Documentation and Research. Maintaining ethical Interprofessional relationships based upon an evidenced based practice inclusive of triage, diagnostics and reporting. Creating thorough documentation that reflects your complete findings encompassing descriptive ICD-10 codes and concludes the presence or absence of pathology. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY, 2018

Primary Spine Care; Spinal Trauma Pathology. Morphology of healthy and traumatized connective tissue and the permanency implication of adhesions, spinal disc morphology in the healthy and pathological patient as sequella to trauma in relationship to bulges, herniations, protrusions, extrusions and sequestrations. Aberrant spinal biomechanics and negative sequella to trauma. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY, 2018

Primary Spine Care; Utilizing Research in Trauma. The ability of your electronic health records to convey tissue pathology while documenting case studies, field experiments, randomized trials and systematic literature reviews, Introducing evidence based macros in documentation to support the literature and necessity of care. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY, 2018

Primary Spine Care; Chiropractic Evidence. Analyzing segmental pathology, adjusting vs. mobilization with cervicogenic headaches, Opioid alternatives and case management of mechanical spine pain based upon outcome studies. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY, 2018

Primary Spine Care; Chiropractic Spinal Adjustment Central Nervous System Processing. Literature reviews of mechanoreceptor, proprioceptor and nociceptor stimulation of later horn gray matter with periaqueductal stimulation affecting the thalamus and cortical regions with efferent distribution in disparate regions of the body in both pain and systemic stimulation. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY, 2018

MRI Interpretation of Degenerative Spine and Disc Disease with Overlapping Traumatic Insult to Both Spine and Disc: MRI slices, views, T1, T2, STIR Axial, FFE, FSE and sagittal images in the interpretation of degenerative spondylolisthesis, spinal canal stenosis, Modic type 3 changes, central herniations, extrusions, compressions, nerve root compressions, advanced spurring and thecal sac involvement from an orthopedic, emergency room, chiropractic, neurological, neurosurgical, physical medicine perspective. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY, ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2018

MRI Interpretation of Cervical Herniations: MRI slices, views, T1, T2, STIR Axial, FFE, FSE and sagittal images in the interpretation of lumbar herniations. With the co-morbidities and complications of stenosis, pseudo-protrusions, cantilevered vertebrate, Schmorl's nodes and herniations. morphology of lumbar disc pathologies of central and lateral herniations, protrusions, extrusions, sequestration, focal and broad based herniations are defined and illustrated. Spinal cord and canal compromise interpretation with management. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY, ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2018

MRI Interpretation of Cervical Degeneration/Bulges: MRI slices, views, T1, T2, STIR axial, stacking, FFE, FSE and sagittal images in the interpretation of cervical degeneration. With the co-morbidities and complications of stenosis, pseudo-protrusions, cantilevered vertebrate, Schmorl's nodes and herniations. Spinal cord and canal compromise interpretation with management. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY, ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2018

MRI Interpretation of Lumbar Herniations: MRI slices, views, T1, T2, STIR axial, stacking, FFE, FSE and sagittal images in the interpretation of lumbar herniations. With the co-morbities and complications of stenosis, pseudo-protrusions, cantilevered vertebrate, Schmorl's nodes and herniations. Morphology of lumbar disc pathologies of central and lateral herniations, protrusions, extrusions, sequestration, focal and broad based herniations are defined and illustrated. Central canal and cauda equina compromise interpretation with management. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY, ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2018

MRI Interpretation of Lumbar Degeneration/Bulges: MRI slices, views, T1, T2, STIR axial, stacking, FFE, FSE and sagittal images in the interpretation of lumbar degeneration. Co-morbidities and complications of stenosis, pseudo-protrusions, cantilevered vertebrate, Schmorl's nodes and herniations are discussed. Central canal and cauda equina compromise interpretation with management are reviewed. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY, ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2018

MRI Protocols Clinical Necessity: MRI slices, views, T1, T2, STIR axial, stacking, FFE, FSE and sagittal images. Clinical indication for the utilization of MRI and pathologies of disc in both trauma and non-trauma sequellae, including bulge, herniation, protrusion, extrusion and sequestration. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY, ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2018

MRI Clinical Application: The clinical application of the results of space occupying lesions. Disc and tumor pathologies and the clinical indications of manual and adjustive therapies in the patient with spinal nerve root and spinal cord insult as sequellae. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY, ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2018

MRI Methodology of Analysis: MRI interpretation sequencing of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine inclusive of T1, T2, STIR and 3D gradient studies to ensure the accurate diagnosis of the region visualized. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY, ACCME Joint Sponsorship with the State University of New York at Buffalo, School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, 2018

MRI Spinal Pathology: MRI interpretation of bone, intradural, extradural, cord and neural sleeve lesions. Tuberculosis, drop lesions, metastasis, ependymoma, schwannoma and numerous other spinal related tumors and lesions. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY. ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2018

Primary Spine Care; Evidenced Based Care in a Collaborative Setting. A literature based model for collaborating with hospitals, medical primary care providers and specialists. Reviewing the documentation requirements to communicate the diagnosis, prognosis and treatment plans with medical entities and having the evidence as a basis for those recommendations. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY, 2018

Primary Spine Care; Current Literature Standards of MRI Spine Interpretation. Triage of trauma and non-trauma with advanced imaging and document the necessity. MRI Spine Interpretation basics inclusive of all types of herniations and bulges. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY, 2018

Primary Spine Care; Spine Brain Connections with regards to Pain Pathways. Neurological relationships of the spine and brain in managing chronic pain patients. Understanding how chronic pain negatively effects brain morphology and potential pathology. The role of chiropractic in preventing the loss of gray matter and the most recent evidence as outlined in indexed peer reviewed literature over the last 10 years verifying chiropractic's role in such. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY, 2018

Primary Spine Care; Bio-Neuro-Mechanical Mechanism of the Chiropractic Spinal Adjustment. The mechanical mechanism of the chiropractic spinal adjustment and its effects on biological and neurological pathways to the dorsal horn and brain and as well as how the brain processes the chiropractic spinal adjustment based upon the literature. The comparative effects of chiropractic and physical therapy from an outcome basis. Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Cleveland University- Kansas City, Long Island, NY, 2018

MRI Disc Pathology and Spinal Stenosis: MRI interpretation of bulged, herniated, protruded, extruded, sequestered and fragmented disc pathologies in etiology and neurological sequellae in relationship to the spinal cord and spinal nerve roots. Cleveland University – Kansas City, ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2018

MRI Spinal Anatomy and Protocols: Normal anatomy of axial and sagittal views utilizing T1, T2, 3D gradient and STIR sequences of imaging. Standardized and desired protocols in views and sequencing of MRI examination to create an accurate diagnosis in MRI. Cleveland University – Kansas City, ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2018

MRI: History and Physics, Magnetic fields, T1 and T2 relaxations, nuclear spins, phase encoding, spin echo, T1 and T2 contrast, magnetic properties of metals and the historical perspective of the creation of NMR and MRI. Cleveland University – Kansas City, ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2018

Stroke Anatomy and Physiology: Brain Vascular Anatomy, The anatomy and physiology of the brain and how blood perfusion effects brain function. A detailed analysis of the blood supply to the brain and the physiology of ischemia. Cleveland University – Kansas City, ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2018

Stroke Anatomy and Physiology: Stroke Types and Blood Flow, Various types of stroke identifying ischemia, hypoperfusion, infarct and penumbra zones and emboli. Cardiac etiologies and clinical features as precursor to stroke with associated paradoxical emboli and thrombotic etiologies. Historical and co-morbidities that have etiology in stroke inclusive of diabetes, coagulopathy, acquired and hereditary deficiencies. Cleveland University – Kansas City, ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2018

Stroke Principles of Treatment an Overview for the Primary Care Provider, Stroke type and treatments performed by vascular specialists. The goals of treatment with the physiology of the infarct and penumbra zones and the role of immediate triage in the primary care setting. Detailing the complications of stroke and future care in the chiropractic, primary care or manual medicine clinical setting. Cleveland University – Kansas City, ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2018

Clinical Evaluation and Protocols for Identifying Stroke Risk. The neurological history and examination for identifying stroke risks with a focus on supra and infratentorial regions, upper and lower motor lesions, cranial nerve signs, spinal cord pathology, motor and sensory pathology and gait abnormalities. Examining genetic and family histories along with dissection risk factors. Stroke orthopedic testing and clinical guidelines pertaining to triage for the primary care provider. Cleveland University – Kansas City, ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2018

Accident Reconstruction: Terms, Concepts and Definitions, The forces in physics that prevail in accidents to cause bodily injury. Quantifying the force coefficients of vehicle mass and force vectors that can be translated to the occupant and subsequently cause serious injury. Cleveland University – Kansas City, Academy of Chiropractic Post Doctoral Division, Long Island, NY, 2018

Accident Reconstruction: Causality, Bodily Injury, Negative Acceleration Forces, Crumple Zones and Critical Documentation, Factors that cause negative acceleration to zero and the subsequent forces created for the vehicle that get translated to the occupant. Understanding critical documentation of hospitals, ambulance reports, doctors and the legal profession in reconstructing an accident. Cleveland University – Kansas City, Academy of Chiropractic Post Doctoral Division, Long Island, NY, 2018

Accident Reconstruction: Skid Marks, Time, Distance, Velocity, Speed Formulas and Road Surfaces, The mathematical calculations necessary utilizing time, distance, speed, coefficients of friction and acceleration in reconstructing an accident. The application of the critical documentation acquired from an accident site. Cleveland University – Kansas City, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Long Island, NY, 2018

Accident Reconstruction: Research, Causality and Bodily Injury, Delta V issues correlated to injury and mortality, side impact crashes and severity of injuries, event data recorder reports correlated to injury, frontal impact kinematics, crash injury metrics with many variables and inquiries related to head restraints. Cleveland University – Kansas City, Academy of Chiropractic Post Doctoral Division, Long Island, NY, 2018

Orthopedic Testing: Clinical Grand Rounds, integration of orthopedic testing in the clinical setting utilizing both simple and complex patient scenarios. It includes potential stroke, or vertebrobasilar insufficient patients and understanding the nuances in a clinical evaluation with orthopedic testing as a critical part of the evaluation and screening process. How to integrate orthopedic testing in the clinical setting utilizing both simple and complex patient scenarios. It includes potential stroke, or vertebrobasilar insufficient patients and understanding the nuances in a clinical evaluation with orthopedic testing as a critical part of the evaluation and screening process. [Texas Chiropractic College or PACE Recognized by The Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards],ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2017

Orthopedic Testing: Lumbar Spine, integration of lumbar orthopedic testing in the clinical setting to develop a differential diagnosis. Utilizing radiographic and advanced imaging inclusive of MRI and CAT scan findings to verify tissue pathology suspected by orthopedic testing conclusions and developing a treatment plan as sequellae. [Texas Chiropractic College or PACE Recognized by The Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards], ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2017

Orthopedic Testing: Cervical Spine, integration of cervical orthopedic testing in the clinical setting to develop a differential diagnosis. Utilizing radiographic and advanced imaging inclusive of MRI and CAT scan findings to verify tissue pathology suspected by orthopedic testing conclusions and developing a treatment plan as sequellae. [Texas Chiropractic College or PACE Recognized by The Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards], ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2017

Orthopedic Testing: Cervical Spine. Integration of cervical orthopedic testing in the clinical setting to develop a differential diagnosis. Utilizing radiographic and advanced imaging inclusive of MRI and CAT scan findings to verify tissue pathology suspected by orthopedic testing conclusions and developing a treatment plan. [Texas Chiropractic College or PACE Recognized by The Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards], ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2017

Principles of Orthopedic Testing:. Clinical Application and Triage, Integration of orthopedic testing in the clinical setting to develop a differential diagnosis. Utilizing radiographic and advanced imaging inclusive of MRI and CAT scan findings to verify tissue pathology suspected by orthopedic testing conclusions and developing a treatment plan. [Texas Chiropractic College or PACE Recognized by The Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards], ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2017

Spinal Biomechanical Engineering: Full Spine Digital Analysis, Digitalizing and analyzing the full spine images to diagnose pathobiomechanics as sequellae to trauma in relation to ligamentous failure and disc and vertebral pathology as sequellae. This includes anterior and posterior vertebral body elements in rotational analysis with neutral, left and right lateral bending in conjunction with gate analysis. Ligament instability/failure/pathology is identified all using numerical values and models. Review of case studies for analysis of pathobiomechanics using a computerized/numerical algorithm along with corrective guidelines. [Texas Chiropractic College or PACE Recognized by The Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards], ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2017

Spinal Biomechanical Engineering: Lumbar Digital Analysis, Digitalizing and analyzing the lumbar spine images to diagnose pathobiomechanics. This includes anterior and posterior vertebral body elements in rotational analysis with neutral, left and right lateral bending in conjunction with gate analysis. Ligament instability/failure/pathology is identified all using numerical values and models. Review of case studies for analysis of pathobiomechanics using a computerized/numerical algorithm along with corrective guidelines. [Texas Chiropractic College or PACE Recognized by The Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards], ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2017

Spinal Biomechanical Engineering: Cervical Digital Analysis, Digitizing and analyzing the cervical spine in neutral, flexion and extension views to diagnose pathobiomechanics. This includes alteration of motion segment integrity (AMOSI) in both angular and translational movement. Ligament instability/failure/pathology are identified all using numerical values and models. Review of case studies to analyze pathobiomechanics using a computerized/numerical algorithm. [Texas Chiropractic College or PACE Recognized by The Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards], ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2017

Spinal Biomechanical Engineering & Organizational Analysis. Integrating spinal biomechanics and pathobiomechanics through digitized analysis. The comparison of organized versus disorganized compensation with regional and global compensation. Correlation of the vestibular, occular and proprioceptive neurological integration in the righting reflex as evidenced in imaging. Digital and numerical algorithm in analyzing a spine. [Texas Chiropractic College or PACE Recognized by The Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards], ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2017

Spinal Biomechanical Engineering: Cervical Digital Analysis, Digitizing and analyzing the cervical spine in neutral, flexion and extension views to diagnose pathobiomechanics. This includes alteration of motion segment integrity (AMOSI) in both angular and translational movement. Ligament instability/failure/pathology are identified all using numerical values and models. Review of case studies to analyze pathobiomechanics using a computerized/numerical algorithm. [Texas Chiropractic College or PACE Recognized by The Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards], ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2017

Spinal Biomechanics in Trauma: To utilize whiplash associated disorders in various vectors of impact and whiplash mechanisms in determining pathobiomechanics. To clinically correlate annular tears, disc herniations, fractures, ligament pathology and spinal segmental instability as sequellae to pathobiomechanics from trauma. The utilization of digital motion x-ray in diagnosing normal versus abnormal facet motion along with case studies to understand the clinical application. [Texas Chiropractic College or PACE Recognized by The Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards], ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2017

Spinal Biomechanical Engineering: Lumbar pathobiomechanics, Spinal biomechanical engineering of the lumbar spine. This includes the normal and pathobiomechanical movement of both the anterior and posterior motor units and normal function and relationship of the intrinsic musculature to those motor units. Nomenclature in reporting normal and pathobiomechanical findings of the spine. [Texas Chiropractic College or PACE Recognized by The Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards], ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2017

Spinal Biomechanical Engineering: Cervical pathobiomechanics, spinal biomechanical engineering of the cervical and upper thoracic spine. This includes the normal and pathobiomechanical movement of both the anterior and posterior motor units and normal function and relationship of the intrinsic musculature to those motor units. Nomenclature in reporting normal and pathobiomechanical findings of the spine. [Texas Chiropractic College or PACE Recognized by The Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards], ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2017

Spinal Biomechanical Engineering: Cartesian System, The Cartesian Coordinate System from the history to the application in the human body. Explanation of the x, y and z axes in both translation and rotations (thetas) and how they are applicable to human biomechanics. [Texas Chiropractic College or PACE Recognized by the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards], ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2017

Spinal Trauma Pathology: Spinal Biomechanics, Central Nervous System and Spinal Disc Nomenclature, The application of spinal biomechanical engineering models in trauma and the negative sequelae it has on the central nervous system inclusive of the lateral horn, periaqueductal gray matter, thalamus and cortices involvement. [Texas Chiropractic College, PACE Recognized the by Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards,] ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post -Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2017

Spinal Trauma Pathology: Biomechanics of Traumatic Disc Bulge and Age Dating Herniated Disc Pathology, The biomechanics of traumatic disc bulges as sequella from trauma and the comorbidity of ligamentous pathology. Age-dating spinal disc pathology in accordance with Wolff’s Law. [Texas Chiropractic College, PACE Recognized by the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards,] ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2017

Spinal Trauma Pathology: Clinical Grand Rounds; The review of case histories of mechanical spine pathology and biomechanical failures inclusive of case histories, clinical findings and x-ray and advanced imaging studies. Assessing comorbidities in the triage and prognosis of the injured. [Texas Chiropractic College, PACE Recognized by the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards,] ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2017

Spinal Trauma Pathology. Ligament Anatomy and Injury Research and Spinal Kinematics, Spinal ligamentous anatomy and research focusing on wound repair, future negative sequelae of abnormal tissue replacement and the resultant aberrant kinematics and spinal biomechanics of the spine. [Texas Chiropractic College, PACE Recognized by the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards,] ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2017

Spinal Trauma Pathology: Triage, Connective Tissue Injuries and Wound Repair. Triaging the injured and differentially diagnosing both the primary and secondary complaints. Connective tissue injuries and wound repair morphology focusing on the aberrant tissue replacement and permanency prognosis potential. [Texas Chiropractic College, PACE Recognized by the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards] ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2017

Head Trauma, Brain Injury and Concussion. Brain and head physiology, brain mapping and pathology as a sequella to trauma. Traumatic brain injury, mild traumatic brain injury, axonal shearing, diffuse axonal injury and concussion are detailed in etiology and clinically. Clinical presentation, advanced diagnostic imaging and electrodiagnostics are detailed in analysis to create a differential diagnosis. Balance disorders that often occur as a result of trauma are also explored from clinical presentation to advanced imaging and differential diagnosis. [Texas Chiropractic College or PACE Recognized by the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards], Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Long Island, NY, 2017

Patient Intake, History and Physical Examination, Determining the etiology of the patient's complaints in a traumatic or non-traumatic scenario. Analyzing the patient's past history and review of systems along with the performance of a complete orthopedic, neurological and clinical examination to correlate both past, current and causality issues to formulate an accurate diagnosis, prognosis and treatment plan. There is an emphasis on triaging both the trauma and non-trauma patients. [Texas Chiropractic College or PACE Recognized by the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards], Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Long Island, NY, 2017

Documentation and Reporting for the Trauma Victim. Understanding the necessity for accurate documentation and diagnosis utilizing the ICD-9 and the CPT to accurately describe the injury through diagnosis. Understanding and utilizing state regulations on reimbursement issues pertaining to healthcare. [Texas Chiropractic College or PACE Recognized by the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards], Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Long Island, NY, 2017

Neurodiagnostic Testing Protocols, Physiology and Indications for the Trauma Patient,Electromyography (EMG), Nerve Conduction Velocity (NCV), Somatosensory Evoked Potential (SSEP), Visual Evoked Potential (VEP), Brain Stem Auditory Evoked Potential (BAER) and Visual Electronystagmography (V-ENG) interpretation, protocols and clinical indications for the trauma patient. [Texas Chiropractic College or PACE Recognized by the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards], Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Long Island, NY, 2017

Mastering Brain Chemistry. This course reviews the key concepts of brain chemistry, recognize patterns of imbalances, recognize cases that may need to be referred for further consult or evaluation, and improve overall clinical competency in neurochemical assessment. A review of brain neurochemistry , the effects of dysglycemia, reduced oxygenation and exercise on brain function. In addition, brain effects due to stress, essential fatty acids and gluten. Neurological autoimmunity is studied as well as effects of various environmental toxins on brain function and health. A critical evaluation of neurotransmitter testing, neurodegenerative mechanisms related to alpha-synuclein, beta-amyloid, tau proteins, etc. Review of association between mitochondrial uncoupling and neurodegenerative disorders, nitric oxide isomer expression and its role in neuroprotection and neurodegeneratiion. Review of blood glucose connection to brain and degeneration, brain gut axis and brain immune axis. Review of acetyocholine, dopamine, serotonin, gaba and catecholamine function and effect in brain. University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 2017

MRI, Bone Scan and X-Ray Protocols, Physiology and Indications for the Trauma Patient. MRI interpretation, physiology, history and clinical indications, bone scan interpretation, physiology and clinical indications, x-ray clinical indications for the trauma patient. [Texas Chiropractic College or PACE Recognized by the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards], Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Long Island, NY, 2017

Crash Dynamics and Its Relationship to Causality. An extensive understanding of the physics involved in the transference of energy from the bullet car to the target car. This includes G's of force, newtons, gravity, energy, skid marks, crumple zones, spring factors, event data recorder and the graphing of the movement of the vehicle before, during and after the crash. Determining the clinical correlation of forces and bodily injury. [Texas Chiropractic College or PACE Recognized by the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards], Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Long Island, NY, 2017

Diagnostics, Risk Factors, Clinical Presentation and Triaging the Trauma Patient. An extensive understanding of the injured with clinically coordinating the history, physical findings and when to integrate neurodiagnostics. An understanding on how to utilize emergency room records in creating an accurate diagnosis and the significance of “risk factors” in spinal injury. [Texas Chiropractic College or PACE Recognized by The Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards], Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Long Island, NY, 2017

Neurodiagnostics, Imaging Protocols and Pathology of the Trauma Patient. An in-depth understanding of the protocols in triaging and reporting the clinical findings of the trauma patient. Maintaining ethical relationships with the medical-legal community. [Texas Chiropractic College or PACE Recognized by the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards], Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Long Island, NY, 2017

Impairment Rating, The understanding and utilization of the protocols and parameters of the AMA Guide to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment 6th Edition. Spine, neurological sequela, migraine, sexual dysfunction, sleep and arousal disorders, station and gait disorders and consciousness are detailed for impairment rating. Herniated discs, radiculopathy, fracture, dislocation and functional loss are also detailed in relation to impairment ratings. Texas Chiropractic College or PACE Recognized by The Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards, ACCME Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Academy of Chiropractic Post-Doctoral Division, Buffalo, NY, 2017

Comprehensive Examination of the Central Nervous System. Detailed examinations of the cerebral cortex, cerebellum, and brainstem are presented in this course. Regions covered include examination of lobes of the brain, vestibular system and cerebellum, brainstem and integrative systems of the brain. National University of Health Sciences, Lombard, Illinois. International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation, Gilbert, Arizona, 2016

Mastering Blood Chemistry. Subjects included detailed explanations of metabolic pathways and biomarkers such as electrophoresis, peripheral blood smear, genotype testing, etc. A review of the pH bicarbonate buffering system and the role it plays with the anion gap, electrolytes, and metabolism. A comprehensive system to evaluate transaminase and liver markers, detailed understanding of acute-phase protein reactants, markers, and mechanisms of influence, how to identify intestinal permeability and understand the role it plays in other blood chemistry mechanisms and the relationship among the endocrine, hepatic, immune, and other bodily systems when evaluating blood chemistry is presented.University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 2016

Central Vestibular Disorders and Cerebellum Disorders with Clinical Applications. Subjects include clear clinical guidelines to distinguish peripheral versus central vestibular disorders with exam forms and flow charts. The emphasis is on the role the cerebellum plays in brain function and how to identify cerebellum dysfunction and disease. This course provides a detailed review of metabolic, autoimmune, immunological, and vascular mechanisms that promote disease of the cerebellum. This course also provides a clear understanding of cerebellum dysfunction symptoms; examination findings throughout a detailed neurological exam; and treatment modalities involving neurological rehabilitation and dietary, nutritional, and lifestyle applications. This course reviews central vestibular neurophysiology and anatomy, differential diagnosis of central vestibulopathy, treatment applications for central vestibulopathy, case studies and workshop. National University of Health Sciences, Lombard, Illinois. International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation, Gilbert, Arizona, 2016

Identification of Most Common Neurodegenerative Diseases with Clinical Applications. This course presents neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinsonism, dementia, and other protein aggregation disorders impact the aging population. This course teaches clinicians how to identify early patterns of neurodegenerative diseases and implement strategies to prevent progression and improve function. This course presents a detailed discussion of metabolic, immunologic, vascular, pathogenic, and toxicological mechanisms, along with clinical strategies to address these factors. National University of Health Sciences, Lombard, Illinois. International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation, Gilbert, Arizona, 2016

Updates; Initial Clinical Survey. This course presents methods of evaluating neurological function in a patient. Evaluations of handwriting from office forms, gait analysis, facial tone, eye and head position, pupil responses, speech, muscle tone, limb angulations, and other signs in combination with a medical history provide significant information to identify locations of impaired brain function. This course emphasizes determining the locus of neurological impairments when provided with a patient’s chief complaint. This course teaches and reinforces strategies in identifying brain status from initial visual survey, gait analysis, from a patient’s ability to provide history and speech. National University of Health Sciences, Lombard, Illinois. International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation, Gilbert, Arizona, 2016

Functional Neurology Anatomy and Central Neurological Pathways. This course presents a detailed review of key anatomical pathways associated with specific clinical findings. The goal of this course is to learn how to immediately correlate history and examination findings with specific pathways. Discussion includes gait, posture, movement, tremor, postural instability, vertigo, memory, motor learning, pupil responses, eye movements, cognitive processing, etc. There is review of brain regions and functions, brain ascending and descending pathways, review of brain central pathways, clinical presentations of each pathway. National University of Health Sciences, Lombard, Illinois. International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation, Gilbert, Arizona, 2016

Spine Research Institute of San Diego Annual Scientific Conference. A review of the entire year of scientific research and publication from clinical medicine and automotive safety engineering, as well as research coming directly from Spine Research Institute of San Diego and its research affiliate, the Center for Research into Automotive Safety and Health. In addition to the literature indexed by the National Library of Medicine, the conference reviews literature published in the Annual Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine (AAAM) Scientific Program, the Annual Conference of the International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Impact (IRCOBI), the Annual SAE Stapp Car Crash Conference (and SAE general publications), the Annual International Traffic Medicine Association (ITMA) Conference, and the Annual International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV). Spine Research Institute of San Diego, Coronado, California, 2015

Motor Systems. Discussion of the structure and function of the major volitional and non-volitional motor pathways. Function of the basal ganglia, cerebral cortex, cerebellum, brainstem and spinal cord are discussed in relationship to the human motor system. Applications are presented specific to the diagnosis and treatment of both central and peripheral pathology. Non pharmaceutical neurological rehabilitation procedures are presented. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2015

Head and Face Pain. The most common syndromes involving head pain from migraines to trigeminal neuralgia are reviewed. Afferent pain pathways from the face are reviewed in regards to their structure and function. Applications specific to the facial pain sufferer are presented. Non pharmaceutical neurological rehabilitation procedures are presented. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2015

Pain. Pain generating mechanisms are reviewed from the receptor to central processing. Central mechanisms for pain inhibition and facilitation are reviewed with emphasis placed on the clinical syndromes associated with pain integration. Non pharmaceutical neurological rehabilitation procedures are presented. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2015

Applying Cutting Edge Research to Everyday Practice. This course presents a compilation of research from indexed medicus regarding prevalence, causation and risk to benefit ratio of treatments regarding spinal related disorders. Life University West, San Jose, California, 2015.

Principles of Impairment Rating and Forensic Reporting. Essentials of documentation, record keeping, depositions, arbitrations, testifying in court, preparation for cross examination, when and how to use medical photography. Spine Research Institute of San Diego, Coronado, California, 2014

Neurology Board Review. Review of current neurological case history, central and peripheral neurological examination, diagnoses and non-pharmacological rehabilitation. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2014

Cerebellum. Review of the major afferent and efferent projections of the cerebellum as well as the central/peripheral consequences of cerebellar pathology. The relationship of labyrinthine integration to ocular movement is discussed in detail with emphasis on its clinical application. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2014

Mastering Brain Chemistry. This course reviews the key concepts of brain chemistry, recognize patterns of imbalances, recognize cases that may need to be referred for further consult or evaluation, and improve overall clinical competency in neurochemical assessment. A review of brain neurochemistry and neurodegenerative disorders along with critical evaluation of neurotransmitter testing, neurodegenerative mechanisms related to alpha-synuclein, beta-amyloid, tau proteins, etc. Review of association between mitochondrial uncoupling and neurodegenerative disorders, nitric oxide isomer expression and its role in neuroprotection and neurodegeneratiion. Review of blood glucose connection to brain and degeneration, brain gut axis and brain immune axis. Evaluation of dietary peptides and gluten sensitivity in neurological disorders. University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 2014

Spine Research Institute of San Diego Annual Scientific Conference. A review of the entire year of scientific research and publication from clinical medicine and automotive safety engineering, as well as research coming directly from Spine Research Institute of San Diego and its research affiliate, the Center for Research into Automotive Safety and Health. In addition to the literature indexed by the National Library of Medicine, the conference reviews literature published in the Annual Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine (AAAM) Scientific Program, the Annual Conference of the International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Impact (IRCOBI), the Annual SAE Stapp Car Crash Conference (and SAE general publications), the Annual International Traffic Medicine Association (ITMA) Conference, and the Annual International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV). Spine Research Institute of San Diego, Coronado, California, 2013

Autoimmune Signaling and Glucose Dysregulation. This course includes discussion of the associations between inflammatory mechanisms and autoimmunity development. Discussion also includes clinical presentations of inflammatory mechanisms and autoimmunity and non-pharmacological options for decreasing inflammatory mediators and various components of over active immune function. University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 2013

Neuroendocrine and Immune Response to Toxic Exposure. Current research and physiology is presented concerning various environmental toxins and their relationships to creating dysfunction of human neuroendocrine-immune system. Various metabolic testing is reviewed, interpretation of respective tests as well as modes of reducing toxic exposure and non-pharmacological options for enhancing neuroendocrine-immune function. University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 2013

Autonomic Nervous System. Emphasis placed on the structure and function of the ANS in relationship to respiratory, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, and genitourinary function and pathology. Autonomic concomitants associated with central and peripheral lesions were reviewed. Clinical methodology involving diagnosis and treatment of neurological dysfunction of the ANS was reviewed. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2013

Understanding Brain Function and the Saccadic System. Topics include structural and functional anatomy and neurophysiological relationships of central and peripheral systems as it relates to saccadic eye movements. Disorders of saccadic function are reviewed and non-pharmaceutical neurological rehabilitation procedures are presented. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2013

Role of Vestibular and Optokinetic System. Topics include structural and functional anatomy and neurophysiological relationships of peripheral vestibular function, midline spinal afferentation and the integration with central systems as this neurophysiology relates to production and function of pursuits, saccades and cerebellar relationships of eye movements. Disorders of this function are reviewed and non-pharmaceutical neurological rehabilitation procedures are presented. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2013

Eye Movements and Brain Function. Topics include introduction of structural and functional anatomy and neurophysiological relationships of eye movements and related brain regions. Disorders of function are reviewed and non-pharmaceutical neurological rehabilitation procedures are presented.Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2013

Introduction to the Diagnosis of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury/Concussion. Topics include an overview of prevalence, causation and relevant structural alterations of brain tissue and chemistry and resultant functional disorders of brain injury from concussion. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2013

Applying Cutting Edge Research to Everyday Practice. This course presents a compilation of research from indexed medicus regarding prevalence, causation and risk to benefit ratio of treatments regarding spinal related disorders. Life University West, San Jose, California, 2013

Complexity of Gluten Sensitivity. Topics include definition of gluten sensitivity, reasons for increased prevalence of gluten sensitivity, compare and contrast of gluten sensitivity and celiac disease, impacts of gluten sensitivity on human health, gluten immunochemistry, gluten sensitivity lab testing, gluten cross reactivity and lab testing and non-pharmacological options for reducing gluten sensitivity. University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 2012

Brain Regulatory Systems. Discussion includes neuroimmunology of cortisol and melatonin circadian rhythm physiology with regards to hippocampal, pineal, mesencephalic modulation. In addition discussion of nitric oxide and glutathione contributions to autoimmunity and non-pharmacological options for enhancing human function in this regard. University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 2012

Peripheral Nerve Disorders and Neurophysiologic Testing. A review of peripheral nerve injury, entrapment, and diseases illustrating peripheral nerve dysfunction. Neurophysiologic testing of peripheral nerves including nerve conduction velocity, late responses, and needle electromyography. Case studies were presented correlating neurophysiologic testing with the nerve dysfunction. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2012

Lesions of Extensor Mechanism and External Knee. Orthopedic examination and testing of the knee as it pertains to injury and dysfunction of external knee complex. Diagnosis and non-pharmacological treatments are reviewed. National University of Health Sciences, Lombard, Illinois, 2012

Neurochemistry Case Studies. Subjects included detailed explanations of metabolic pathways and biomarkers such as electrophoresis, peripheral blood smear, genotype testing, etc. A review of the pH bicarbonate buffering system and the role it plays with the anion gap, electrolytes, and metabolism. A comprehensive system to evaluate transaminase and liver markers, detailed understanding of acute-phase protein reactants, markers, and mechanisms of influence, how to identify intestinal permeability and understand the role it plays in other blood chemistry mechanisms and the relationship among the endocrine, hepatic, immune, and other bodily systems when evaluating blood chemistry is presented.Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2011

Movement Disorders I. This program revealed current facts on the functional approach to the evaluation of movement disorders as well as definitions and overviews of the following; anatomy and physiology of the basal ganglia from a functional point of view, syndromes of hypomobility and akinesia addressing the understanding of joint position error and fixation in the axial skeleton and extremities. A functional approach to the evaluation of tremor, chorea, myoclonus, hemiballismus, myoclonic syndromes, gait disturbances, Parkinson’s disease, tic syndromes. A functional approach to the evaluation of dystonia including primary and secondary dystonia as well as conditions of writer’s cramp’s, spasmodic torticollis and other inherited dystonia. An overview of non-pharmacological applications to reduction of certain movement disorders including, saccadic and pursuit eye movements, soft tissue manipulation, vestibular ocular responses to angular and translational movements, cerebellar based treatments, neostriatal based treatments, frontal lobe based treatments, parietal lobe based treatments, occipital lobe based treatments, substantia nigra based treatments, mesencephalic based treatments, pontine based treatments, medullary based treatments, spinal cord based treatments. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2011

Spine Research Institute of San Diego Annual Scientific Conference. A review of the entire year of scientific research and publication from clinical medicine and automotive safety engineering, as well as research coming directly from Spine Research Institute of San Diego and its research affiliate, the Center for Research into Automotive Safety and Health. In addition to the literature indexed by the National Library of Medicine, the conference reviews literature published in the Annual Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine (AAAM) Scientific Program, the Annual Conference of the International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Impact (IRCOBI), the Annual SAE Stapp Car Crash Conference (and SAE general publications), the Annual International Traffic Medicine Association (ITMA) Conference, and the Annual International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV). Spine Research Institute of San Diego, Coronado, California, 2011

Principles of Impairment Rating and Forensic Reporting. Specifics of documentation, fundamentals of expository scientific writing, narrative report specifics, incorporating outcomes assessment and disability instruments into reports, application of AMA guidelines in personal injury and forensic practice, rebuttal methods and special software applications for managing data, information and graphics. Spine Research Institute of San Diego, Coronado, California, 2011

Whiplash, Advanced Topics: Fundamental Science. This course discusses the physics of motion as it relates to energy transference into human tissue, analysis of brain, neck and cervical spine trauma mechanisms, current research concerning ligament, muscle, tendon, joint capsule and disc injuries due to motor vehicle collisions, clinical syndromes of whiplash associated disorders/cervical acceleration deceleration disorders, risk assessments in modern forensic practice. Spine Research Institute of San Diego, Coronado, California, 2011

Medico-legal Fundamentals for Practitioners and Forensic Experts. Essentials of documentation and records keeping, medical photography, depositions, testifying in court, using models, charts, diagrams, movies, Daubert and Frye rules, Colossus and federal rules of evidence. Spine Research Institute of San Diego, Coronado, California, 2010

Management in Personal Injury and Forensic Documentation. Auto crash reconstruction in low speed crashes, historical documentation in personal injury and forensic medicine, examination of whiplash and traumatic brain injury, special laboratory methods, radiographic examination and analysis, CT examination, MRI examination, electro diagnostics, rendering a diagnosis and impression in the personal injury case, soft tissue healing times, designing a treatment plan, applications of daily living, chiropractic manipulation, deep tissue massage, physiological therapeutics for best outcomes. Spine Research Institute of San Diego, Coronado, California, 2010

Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis. Introduction to blood chemistry concepts and principles with compared and contrast single test versus patterns of blood chemistry. How to evaluate a complete blood count, chemistry-24 and thyroid panel and lipid profile and when to order special testing, studies and when to refer. Special focus on blood glucose, red blood cells and the cardiovascular, immune, thyroid, renal and hepatic systems. University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 2010

Functional Endocrinology. Review of the physiology and the key concepts in functional endocrinology. Information on the effects of acute and chronic stress/environmental factors on physiology, and the healing process. Review of the scientific literature regarding how various diets, botanicals, nutrients, and lifestyle and environmental factors can impact the endocrine system directly and indirectly. Additional information is provided on supporting healthy endocrine balance with or without the use of aggressive hormone replacement strategies. A review of human physiology is followed by clinical applications, general review of relevant laboratory tests, differential diagnoses, and how to identify cases that may need to be referred for further consultation and/or evaluation. University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 2010

Vestibular Rehabilitation II. Course work is presented concerning epidemiology of vertigo and imbalance, peripheral vestibular disorders, central vestibular disorders, infectious diseases in vestibular disorders, immune-mediated diseases in vestibular disorders, toxic/metabolic/vascular factors associated with vestibular disorders, tumors associated with dizziness and imbalance, vestibular associations with migraine, concussion. History of the dizzy patient, examination, laboratory testing, functional imaging of vestibular disorders and differential diagnosis is presented. Course work also includes application of vestibular rehabilitation to conditions such as musculoskeletal pain syndromes, conditions of cognition, mild traumatic brain injury and concussion. Related case studies and presented. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2010

Vestibular Rehabilitation I. Course work is presented concerning peripheral and central vestibular anatomy and physiology also including external, middle and inner ear vestibular nerve, nuclei, subnuclei, vestibulocerebellum, vestibular thalamus, vestibular cortical regions and vestibular vasculature. Fundamentals of eye movements, nystagmus, pursuits, saccades, convergence, optokinetic nystagmus, velocity storage, rotational vestibulo-ocular reflexes, translational vestibuloocular reflexes and vestibulospinal tract function. Fundamentals of extra-vestibular postural responses and vestibuloautonomic responses are covered. Course work also includes application of vestibular rehabilitation to conditions such as musculoskeletal pain syndromes, conditions of cognition, mild traumatic brain injury and concussion. Related case studies are presented. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2010

Neurological Examination. Coursework included updates and review of established principles of obtaining medical history of the neurological challenged patient. Physical examination procedures are reviewed and practiced as it pertains to examination of the peripheral central systems. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2010

Neurotransmitters and Brain. Review of relevant neuroscience, neuron theory, brain modulation, plasticity and long term potentiation. Discussion of importance of neurotransmitters, how they are synthesized, factors that impair neurotransmitter production, the validity and non-validity of neurotransmitter testing, symptoms of neurotransmitter imbalances, the application of a neurotransmitter assessment form, and review the peer-reviewed literature regarding compounds that enhance neurotransmitter and brain function. Review of the excitotoxic model for neurodegeneration and review the multitude of variables that may stress physiology modulation as it relates to the orchestrations of adrenal, neurotransmitter, cytokine, blood glucose and immune integration. The connecting influences of the immune system on the brain, and the influences of the nervous system on the immune system. Discussion of glial cell activation, blood brain barrier infiltration, gut associated lymphoid tissue activation, and the influence of cytokines on the brain. Additionally discussion of influences of hormones on the brain and the brain on the endocrine system. Detailed review of neurotransmitter, cytokine and hormone influences on thyroid disorders. University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 2009

Thyroid, Coursework in the concepts of thyroid physiology, assessment and clinical applications. Discussion of 24 common and newly highlighted patterns in thyroid imbalances, thyroid-immune-nervous system-endocrine crosstalk and its clinical implications. Impact thyroid hormones have on every major physiological process. Step by step thyroid examination exam and clinical case studies. University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 2009

Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis. Introduction to blood chemistry concepts and principles with compared and contrast single test versus patterns of blood chemistry. How to evaluate a complete blood count, chemistry-24 and thyroid panel and lipid profile and when to order special testing, studies and when to refer. Special focus on blood glucose, red blood cells and the cardiovascular, immune, thyroid, renal and hepatic systems. University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 2009

Clinical Nutrition. Presentation of biochemical and neurophysiological associations of the following; vitamin and minerals, carbohydrates, fats, proteins, hormones, digestion, neurotransmitters and their dysregulation effects on central and peripheral nervous system function. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2009

Clinical Applications I. Presentation of a comprehensive examination of peripheral and central nervous system and non-pharmaceutical rehabilitative procedures to enhance neurological function.Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2006

Clinical Applications II. Presentation of a comprehensive examination of peripheral and central nervous system and non-pharmaceutical rehabilitative procedures to enhance neurological function.Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2006

Motor Systems. Discussion of the structure and function of the major volitional and non-volitional motor pathways. Function of the basal ganglia, cerebral cortex, cerebellum, brainstem and spinal cord are discussed in relationship to the human motor system. Applications specific to the diagnosis and treatment of both central and peripheral pathology are covered. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2006

Pain. Pain generating mechanisms are reviewed from the receptor to central processing. Central mechanisms for pain inhibition and facilitation are reviewed with emphasis placed on the clinical syndromes associated with pain integration. Methodology specific to chiropractic modalities are reviewed. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2006

Head and Face Pain. The most common syndromes involving head pain from migraines to trigeminal neuralgia are reviewed. Afferent pain pathways from the face will be reviewed in regards to their structure and function. Applications specific to the facial pain sufferer are presented. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2006

Cerebellum. Review of the major afferent and efferent projections of the cerebellum as well as the central/peripheral consequences of cerebellar pathology. The relationship of labyrinthine integration to ocular movement is discussed in detail with emphasis on its clinical application. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2006

Neurophysiologic Testing. A review of peripheral nerve injury, entrapment, and diseases will illustrate peripheral nerve dysfunction. The neurophysiologic testing of peripheral nerves including nerve conduction velocity, late responses, and needle electromyography are presented. Case studies are presented to correlate the neurophysiologic testing with the nerve dysfunction. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2005.

Neurological Imaging. Presentation of a comprehensive inventory of diagnostic imaging specific to the neurological system. Methodology of interpretation of testing and practical applications complimentary to the neurological examination. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2005

Sensory Systems. The major sensory pathways are discussed specific to their structure and function. Central processing of sensory information is reviewed in relationship to thalamic and cortical integration. Disorders of the sensorium are reviewed and methodology introduced to aid in differentiating these disorders from central and peripheral origins. Applications specific to the treatment of the sensorium are explored. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2004

Pain. Pain generating mechanisms are reviewed from the receptor to central processing. Central mechanisms for pain inhibition and facilitation are reviewed with emphasis placed on the clinical syndromes associated with pain integration. Methodology specific to chiropractic modalities are reviewed. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2004

Head and Face Pain. The most common syndromes involving head pain from migraines to trigeminal neuralgia are reviewed. Afferent pain pathways from the face will be reviewed in regards to their structure and function. Applications specific to the facial pain sufferer are presented. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2004

Spinal Cord. Detailed review of the structure and function of the spinal cord with emphasis on clinical syndromes. Also presented is structured methodology to differentiate between various clinical syndromes directly and or indirectly involving the spinal cord. Applications in the treatment of the spinal cord injured patient is reviewed. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2004

Reflexogenic Systems. Review of the structure and function of spinal cord reflexes from monosynaptic to cross cord reflexes. Clinical applications are emphasized in relationship to the use of modalities in the treatment of central and peripheral based disorders of muscle tone. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2004

Autonomic Nervous System. Emphasis placed on the structure and function of the autonomic nervous system in relationship to respiratory, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, and genitourinary function and pathology. Autonomic concomitants associated with central and peripheral lesions are reviewed. Clinical methodology involving diagnosis and treatment of neurological dysfunction of the ANS is reviewed. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2004

Cranial Nerves. Complete review of the structure and function of the cranial nerves with emphasis on their clinical syndromes. Applications and procedures specific to this area of the nervous system are covered in detail both didactically and practically. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2004

Lobes of the Brain. Review the basic functions and structures associated with the frontal, parietal, temporal and occipital lobes. Methodology involving the use of optokinetic stimulations and other brain based diagnostics and therapeutics are reviewed. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2004

Neurological Diagnosis. Presentation of a structured format in approaching the neurological examination. Emphasis is placed on reviewing the most common syndromes one may encounter during the practical portion of the exam as well as methodology to understand and apply non Cartesian logic. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2004

Neuromuscular Applications. Emphasis on the structure and function of the motor system in relationship to receptor activation. The relationship between brain/muscle spindle sensitivity/gain and muscle tone is presented. Methodology concerning brain based activation of the neuromuscular system is presented. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2004

Peripheral Nervous System. Structure and function of the peripheral nervous system is reviewed with emphasis on the clinical syndromes most commonly associated with lesions in the system. The central consequences of such lesions are discussed in relationship to neuronal function thus developing new methodologies of diagnosis and treatment. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2004

Neuron Theory and Receptor Activation. Advanced components of neuronal structure and activity with emphasis on the relationship between environmental potentials and their effects on the central nervous system. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2003

Introduction to Functional Neurology and Receptor Based Rehabilitation. Coursework included an overview of structural and functional components and associations of the peripheral and central nervous system and potential rehabilitative applications to neurological receptors. The potential effects of receptor activation on human nervous system function and health. Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 2003

Nutritional Case History and Physical Exam. Specifics of history and physical exam as it pertains to nutritional deficiencies in human kind. Examples being dietary questionnaires, digestive function, observance of sclera, integumentary system and palpatory findings. Texas Chiropractic College, Pasadena, Texas, 2003

Developmental and Functional Neuroanatomy. Course work includes embryological anatomy, physiology and development of the human nervous system as well as functional relationships involved. Parker College of Chiropractic, Dallas, Texas, 2002

Peripheral Nervous System. Structure and function of the peripheral nervous system is reviewed with emphasis on the clinical syndromes most commonly associated with lesions in the system. The central consequences of such lesions are discussed in relationship to neuronal function thus developing new methodologies of diagnosis and treatment. Parker College of Chiropractic, Dallas, Texas, 2002

Central Nervous System. Detailed examinations of the cerebral cortex, cerebellum, and brainstem are presented in this course. Regions covered include examination of lobes of the brain, vestibular system and cerebellum, brainstem and integrative systems of the brain. Parker College of Chiropractic, Dallas, Texas, 2002

Neurological Examination and Technique. Course work includes examination of the human central and peripheral nervous system and associated diagnostic imaging related to specific neurological dysfunction. Parker College of Chiropractic, Dallas, Texas, 2002

Diagnostic Procedures. Course work includes examination of the human central and peripheral nervous system and associated diagnostic imaging related to specific neurological dysfunction. Parker College of Chiropractic, Dallas, Texas, 2002

Neuro-Trauma and Stroke. Course work includes recent studies on neuro-trauma and stroke. Examination and imaging procedures relevant to these specific subjects and non-pharmacological rehabilitation strategies. Parker College of Chiropractic, Dallas, Texas, 2002

Validating Chiropractic; Joint Neurology and Clinical Outcome Studies. This course presents a compilation of research from indexed medicus regarding joint neurology, prevalence, causation and risk to benefit ratio of treatments regarding spinal related disorders. Life University West, San Jose, California, 2002

Nutrition for Soft Tissue Injuries and Disorders. Course work included anatomy, biomechanical contributions and cellular biology of ligament, tendon, muscle, joint capsule and cartilage. Common associated neuromusculoskeletal disorders and potential non pharmaceutical supplementation and dietary suggestions for enhancement of respective soft tissue dysfunction. Texas Chiropractic College, Pasadena, Texas, 2001

Activator Methods Manipulation Technique. Class work included procedures of diagnosis of spinal regions which may benefit from chiropractic manipulation/adjustment. Additionally specific applications of spring loaded hand held device in joint tissue fast stretch manipulation of which this type of hand held device delivers. Activator Methods, Phoenix, Arizona. Texas Chiropractic College, Pasadena Texas. 2001

Validating Chiropractic; Joint Neurology and Clinical Outcome Studies. This course presents a compilation of research from indexed medicus regarding joint neurology, prevalence, causation and risk to benefit ratio of treatments regarding spinal related disorders. Life University West, San Jose, California, 2000

Extremity Manipulation of the TMJ, Ribs, Shoulder. Class work included procedures of diagnosis of the temporomandibular joint, thoracic cage and shoulder complex which may benefit from diversified chiropractic manipulation/adjustment. Life University, Marietta, Georgia, 2000

New Research in Whiplash and Spinal Trauma. This course discusses the physics of motion as it relates to energy transference into human tissue, analysis of brain, neck and cervical spine trauma mechanisms, current research concerning ligament, muscle, tendon, joint capsule and disc injuries due to motor vehicle collisions, clinical syndromes of whiplash associated disorders/cervical acceleration deceleration disorders. Also reviewed were current research on spinal trauma and the direct and indirect effects on central neurological function. Parker College of Chiropractic, Dallas, Texas, 2000

Pain Mechanisms and Spinal Manipulation. Class work includes anatomy and physiology of peripheral pain mechanoreceptors, central integration of pain signaling and resultant effects centrally. In addition, effects of spinal manipulation on pain processing centrally. Texas Chiropractic College, Pasadena, Texas, 1999

Joint Dysfunction Complex. Class work includes anatomy, neurophysiology and inflammatory mediators of external and internal joint tissues and the resultant activation of peripheral nociceptors. Texas Chiropractic College, Pasadena, Texas, 1999

Neurophysiology/Upper Cervical Complex. Class work includes anatomy and physiology of muscle, tendon, ligament and joint capsule and resultant neurophysiological activation of respective mechanoreceptors and central integration with respect to the occipital and atlantoaxial region of the spine. Texas Chiropractic College, Pasadena, Texas, 1999

Lumbar Spine. Class work includes anatomy and physiology of muscle, tendon, ligament and joint capsule and resultant neurophysiological activation of respective mechanoreceptors and central integration in producing biomechanics and pain activation regarding the lumbar spine. Texas Chiropractic College, Pasadena, Texas, 1999

Soft Tissue Injury Cases in Texas. This course discusses the physics of motion as it relates to energy transference into human tissue, analysis of cervical spine trauma mechanisms, current research concerning ligament, muscle, tendon, joint capsule and disc injuries due to motor vehicle collisions, clinical syndromes of whiplash associated disorders. Also reviewed were the current landscape of forensics, legal documentation and records keeping, medical photography, depositions, testifying in court, using models, charts, diagrams. Texas Chiropractic College, Pasadena, Texas, 1999

Updated Neurological Evaluation. Course work includes examination of the human central and peripheral nervous system and associated diagnostic imaging related to specific neurological dysfunction. Texas Chiropractic College, Pasadena, Texas, 1999

Validating Chiropractic; Joint Neurology and Clinical Outcome Studies. This course presents a compilation of research from indexed medicus regarding joint neurology, prevalence, causation and risk to benefit ratio of treatments regarding spinal related disorders. Life University West, San Jose, California, 1998

Restoring Musculoskeletal Integrity. Couse work includes examination and the musculoskeletal system as it pertains to skeletal alignment, active, passive and paraphysiological space ranges of motion. In addition, various passive and active rehabilitation parameters are taught with the goal of enhancing spinal neuromusculoskeletal function. Texas Chiropractic College, Pasadena, Texas, 1997

Validating Chiropractic; Joint Neurology and Clinical Outcome Studies. This course presents a compilation of research from indexed medicus regarding joint neurology, prevalence, causation and risk to benefit ratio of treatments regarding spinal related disorders. Life University West, San Jose, California, 1996

Clinical Neurology. Class work includes anatomy and neurophysiology of muscle, tendon, ligament and joint capsules and their effect on peripheral and central neurophysiology. Texas Chiropractic College, Pasadena, Texas, 1995

Clinical Neurology. Class work includes anatomy and neurophysiology of muscle, tendon, ligament and joint capsules and their effect on peripheral and central neurophysiology. Texas Chiropractic College, Pasadena, Texas, 1994

Cox Low Back Technique. Class work includes diagnostic procedures of evaluating spinal dysfunction and the application of flexion distraction technique to enhance spinal function, joint and disc nutrition and neurophysiology. Texas Chiropractic College, Pasadena, Texas, 1993

SELECTED ORGANIZATIONAL ACTIVITIES

  • Developer and Moderator of Quality of Life Conference, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Southeastern Regional Hospital, 2013-2014
  • NuLink, Health Contributor, “The Link”, 2014
  • Chairman, Board of Directors, Change Your Brain Foundation, 2010-2013
  • NuLink, Health Contributor, “The Link”, 2010-2011
  • NuLink, TV Host/Presenter, Naturally Healthy, 2008-2011
  • NuLink, TV Host/Presenter, View From the Summit, 2005-2008
  • Team Chiropractor, Northgate High School Football, 2005-2012
  • Board of Directors, Summit Center for Health and Healing, 2004-2008
  • Board of Directors, Medical Wellness Association, 2002-2004
  • Referral Chiropractor, National Football League’s Houston Texans, 2002-2004
  • Designated Doctor for Texas Workers Compensation Commission, 1998-2002
  • Medical Advisory Board Memorial Hermann Hospital/HBU Wellness Center,
  • 2000-2001
  • Board of Directors, Varnett Charter School, 2002-2004
  • SELECTED MEMBERSHIPS
  • Academy of Chiropractic, 2017-present
  • American Chiropractic Association, 2012-present
  • Georgia Chiropractic Association, 2012-present
  • International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation, 2010-present

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