McCoy Press Journals

Administrative & Author Biographies


Home Login
Album list Last uploads Last comments Most viewed Top rated My Favorites Search
Category Albums Files
McCoy Press Journals
2 306
Editorial Board & Administration


Mullin_pic.png

14 files, last one added on Jun 29, 2010

Authors


mankal_pic.jpg

292 files, last one added on Sep 14, 2014

2 albums on 1 page(s)

306 files in 2 albums and 1 categories with 0 comments viewed 111773 times

Random files
New_Picture.png
Laura Hanson DC, DICCPDr. Laura Hanson is an assistant professor at Life University. She is a pediatric diplomat through the ICA Pediatric Council and a Neuro-Developmental Therapist. Dr. Hanson has maintained a clinical practice for 14 years focusing on pregnancy and pediatrics. She is currently obtaining her Masters in Nutrition.
1194_Carroll.JPG
Lee Carroll Ph.D, DC - Managing EditorDr Carroll now resides in China, after completing her Chiropractic Externship in the Life College of Chiropractic Clinic, Zigong. She has been involved in Research for most of her life, previously helping to design the lumbar support for Space Shuttle seats at NASA. In the 1970s she participated in the brain-mapping studies sweeping the Nation’s Universities at the time, ultimately responsible for helping to pinpoint VMH (ventro-medial hypothalamus) contributions to behavior.

Dr Carroll comes from a line of researchers, so she cannot escape its pull. Her great-grandfather was a ‘Marconi-guy’ who ground and inked the frequencies of each crystal used in his home-made radio sets—with which he was able to reach South America and Europe from Ireland. His patents still hold sway at Motorola. Her father set records as an oceanographer diving to 3,300 feet. She was raised with the reel-to-reel songs of the whales and dolphins he recorded, altering her brain-waves inexorably.

Dr Carroll enjoyed a successful career as an International Educator, teaching AP Calculus in 7 different countries around the world. She holds a PhD in Counseling; MA Exercise Physiology; and BA in Neurophysiological Psychology. She affirms that Research will put Chiropractic where it belongs.

The applicable quote is: The person with the greatest Vision has the greatest Responsibility. If not me, who? If not now, when?

DRMorgan3.JPG
Morgan Handt DCDr. Morgan Handt has always had a passion for family chiropractic care, especially when it comes to infants and young children. She is practicing in Manhattan at The New York Chiropractic Life Center, along with her brother and father, Josh and Jay. Dr. Morgan has been a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (I.C.P.A.) for over four years.

Dr. Morgan’s mission is to empower families to live healthy, happy and active lives through chiropractic care and lifestyle choices. She knows that future generations can be stronger and live longer using the power within our body, known as innate intelligence – the inborn wisdom that controls, coordinates and regulates every function of our body, rather than drugs or surgery. “As a chiropractor, I work with that intelligence to make sure that the body is functioning at its maximum potential.”

Dr. Morgan pursued her chiropractic education at Life University, College of Chiropractic after obtaining her Bachelor of Science degree at New York University. While attending Life University, she was president of the Women’s Chiropractic Club, a New Beginnings student representative, and a member of the I.C.P.A. and the International Chiropractic Association (I.C.A.). Dr. Morgan has also been recognized and published by the Association of Chiropractic Colleges / Research Agenda Conference (ACC-RAC) / for a research paper that she co-authored, entitled “Patterns of Prenatal Maternal Stress Predict Outcomes in the Unborn Child: a Case Series”.

As the third chiropractor in her family, Dr. Morgan has an intimate understanding and appreciation for the responsibilities of having every member of the family under chiropractic care. She has often been overheard saying, “it’s not about your back, it’s about your health and life. Chiropractic is a lifestyle that everybody deserves.”
Fehl-bill.jpg
William E. Fehl BS, DCEducation

1977-1980 Pre-chiropractic courses (81 credit hours)
Allegheny Community College, Pittsburgh, Pa

1980-1983 Doctor of Chiropractic
Sherman College of Chiropractic, Spartanburg, SC

1983-present Yearly CE courses

2003 Bachelors of Science
Excelsior College, Albany, New York

Distinctions
National Board of Chiropractic Certifications for:
Parts1, 2, Therapeutic Modalities and SPEC
Licensed in South Carolina and Pennsylvania
Associate Professor of Clinical Sciences, Sherman College
of Chiropractic, Spartanburg, SC
Diplomat of the Gonstead System of Chiropractic

Affiliations
Sherman College Alumni Association

Chiropractic Experience

1984-1985 Part-time Clinical Science Instructor, Sherman College of
Chiropractic, Spartanburg, SC
Part-time private practice, Spartanburg, SC

1985-1996 Established and maintained a full-time chiropractic office in
Pittsburgh, PA.

1996-present Assistant Associate Professor of Clinical Sciences,
Sherman College of Chiropractic, Spartanburg, SC
Responsibilities include:
-* Course development and initiation
-Lead and assistant instruction in Clinical Sciences
-Research
-Scholarly Activity
-Committee memberships for radiology and technique
-Student technique club advisor for spine and extremities
-Develop and administer clinical proficiency exams for interns

1999-present Evening chiropractic practice at 365A E. Blackstock Road,
Spartanburg, SC. 29301

1999-2000 Prepared and presented two seminars in Taiwan R.O.C.
Topics included spinal analysis (instrumentation, palpation, and
radiographic analysis) and manipulative technique.

2003-2004 Chaired Sherman Package Committee

2005 thru 2009 Presented lectures for continuing education on
radiographic analysis for spinal misalignment at the
Sherman College Lyceum program

2007 Co-investigator for the research project: Reliability of
Posticus Ponticus Assessment that was accepted for the
2008 ACC-RAC conference

2007/2008 Co-Authored/edited portions of the Sherman System of
Spinal Care Manual

2008/2009/2011 Member of the Case Management Learning Community for
the Quality Enhancement Plan in response to the Southern
Association of Colleges and Schools plan for continued
academic development

2010-11 Lead researcher for comparing the inter-examiner reliability
of senior interns when comparing vertebral alignment as
seen on traditional analogue films verses digital images
(in process)


*Courses developed and/or initiated include:

Core Curriculum
-Spinal x-ray analysis
-Spinal technique
-Extremity technique
-Clinic Lab for the diagnosis and management of conditions commonly seen in chiropractic offices
-Applied technique, a course for adapting manipulative/adjusting technique for patients who have sub par health findings

Elective Courses
-Gonstead Science and Art
-Spinal illustration

Personal and professional references available upon request

Last additions
mankal_pic.jpg
Kahlid Mankal, DCDr. Mankal graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic in 1992 and has been in practice for 22 years. He utilizes CBP, Thompson, and Diversified techniques. He is certified in Webster’s and SHINE.Sep 14, 2014
Lyle_professional_pic.jpg
Lyle Burkhardt DCLyle is originally from Shadyside, Ohio. He moved to Columbus, Ohio to attend The Ohio State University on a full academic scholarship. During this time he earned 100% of his college expenses. He graduated with a Bachelor in Science degree in Human Nutrition and a minor degree in Exercise Science. Lyle then moved to Marietta, Georgia to pursue a career in chiropractic at Life University.
While attending Life University, Lyle has been a member of many clubs, organizations, and attended many seminars while taking a special interest Chiropractic Biophysics (CBP). Lyle achieved basic certification in CBP in March of 2014. He graduated cum laude in March of 2014 from Life University. He currently practices in Pensacola Florida where he is integrating himself in the community, bringing excellent and passion driven chiropractic care through postural, structural and wellness care.
Aug 27, 2014
moore_headshot.jpeg
Robert Moore DCDr. Moore is originally from Latrobe, Pennsylvania. In 2008 he received his Bachelors in Science in Biology from the University of Pittsburgh. While there he cooperated in a research study published in ARKIVOC, a peer-reviewed organic chemistry journal. In addition to his studies he competed and ranked in numerous all-natural, raw power lifting competitions. After completing his undergraduate degree, he moved to Davenport, Iowa to study at the Palmer College of Chiropractic.
While at Palmer, Dr. Moore received the highest level athletic scholarship to play Semi-Pro Rugby, during which the team ranked #1 in the nation.
During his internship, Dr. Moore traveled with a clinic abroad team internationally providing chiropractic care to under-served populations.
He is currently working on his Advanced Fellowship in Clinical Biomechanics through Chiropractic Biophysics (CBP) and focuses on improving the overall health of each individual patient and assisting them in reaching their optimal health goals and posture through the utilization of manual therapies and rehabilitation.
Aug 27, 2014
Jaeger_Aliante_Bust_Shot.jpg
Jason Jaeger DCDr. Jaeger has practiced since 1999 and has been chiropractor in Las Vegas since 2001 where he has brought his passion for health and wellness to the community that he and his family have called home since the late 1940’s. Dr Jaeger attended UNLV during his undergraduate program and graduate school at Southern California University of Health Sciences. As class representative and Student American Chiropractic Association Vice President SCUHS chapter, he successfully lobbied in Washington DC for such issues as Medicare and HMO reform. Dr. Jaeger participated in a rotation through Cal State Northridge’s prestigious Physical Therapy program where he successfully integrated neuro-musculoskelatal therapies on paralysis and stroke victims.

He is a Certified Fellow and Instructor in the technique of Chiropractic Biophysics and developer of the Universal Tractioning System (UTS). Dr. Jaeger served as the Southern Nevada Representative to the Nevada Chiropractic Association 2008-2009 where he successfully lobbied for Nevada’s acceptance the PCCRP (Practicing Chiropractors Committee on Radiology Protocols). He has served as the Nevada State Delegate to the ICA (International Chiropractic Association) and Alternate Nevada Delegate since 2010. Dr. Jaeger spoke at the 2011 European Chiropractic Union Annual Conference in Zurich on, “Cooperative Methods between Neuro-Surgeons and Chiropractors”. Dr. Jaeger is licensed to practice Chiropractic in Nevada, Arizona and California and is proud to bring his experience and enthusiasm to the Southern Nevada community. He is married to his wife Carrie and has two boys, Aden and Sebastian. Jaeger is a chiropractor that enjoys an excellent working relationship with many of Southern Nevada’s premier health care providers, surgeons and physicians.
Aug 27, 2014