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Curriculum Vitae Page Two



1984: Meridian Therapy (Acupuncture) 100 hours National College


1988: Meeting the Nutritional Needs of Today’s Women, Gaila Mckenzie Strawn, D.C.

1989-1993: 300+ hour post-graduate Chiropractic Orthopedics program National College of Chiropractic Passed all module exams.  Did not sit diplomate exam.

1996-1999: 300+ hour post graduate Chiropractic Internal Disorders program Texas College of Chiropractic. Passed all module exams and also sat and passed exam Leading to status of Diplomate of the American Board of Chiropractic Internists.


1998: Completion of Part I and II of Instructional course of the American Academy of Environmental Medicine.


2000: Completion of American Academy of Environmental Medicine Training Course


2001: Completed 4 day course in McKenzie Technique for the Lumbar Spine


July 2002: ACA Council on Family Practice Annual Symposium “The Primary Care Chiropractic Physician – Developing and Mastering Clinical Skills”


August 2002: Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association Annual Convention.  David Seaman, DC; “Nutrition to Reduce Subluxaiton & Joint Degeneration


September 2002: Advances in Managing Chronic Illness, Robert Roundtree, M.D.


Febuary 2002: Certification in The Graston Technique


June 2002: Advances in Managing Chronic Illness Associated with Environmental Toxicity.  Robert Rountree, M.D.  Metagenics Educational Programs.


July 2003: ACA Council on Family Practice Annual Symposium “Improving the Nation’s Health through Early Detection, Prevention and Effective Interventions”


October 2003: Rehabilitation of the Extremities, Dr. Paul Hetrick, D.C., R.C.R.D.

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