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K. Jeffrey Miller DC, DABCO K. Jeffrey Miller, DC, DABCO is an Associate Director of Education and Research for Foot Levelers, Inc. Dr. Miller worked in private practice for 17 years, published more than 100 articles in 30 publications and authored six books. Teaching chiropractic students remains a priority for Dr. Miller and five of the nation’s largest chiropractic colleges have appointed him to their postgraduate faculties as an instructor in orthopedics and occupational health.
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Michael Mills, D.C.Education:
• Life Chiropractic College West through International Chiropractic Association, earned status of Certified Chiropractic Wellness Practitioner, 11/09
• Palmer College of Chiropractic, Davenport, IA; Doctor of Chiropractic Degree; attendance 7/97 to 3/01
• Regents College, Albany, NY; Bachelors of Science Degree, 6/99
• University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, Johnstown, PA; Civil Engineering Major; attended 1993-1997
• Elderton High School, Elderton, PA, Graduated 6/93
Additional Education:
• International Chiropractors Association: Council On Wellness Science:
Module 1- Scientific and Philosophical Validation of the Chiropractic Wellness Paradigm -12 hours-2008,
Module 2- Wellness Nutrition and Natural Health- 12 hours 2008,
Module 3- Wellness Physical Fitness and Spinal Hygiene- 12 hours 2008,
Module 4-Wellness State of Mind and Emotional Health and Eliciting Patient Lifestyle Change-12 hours 2008
• International Chiropractors Association: Council On Wellness Science-Home Study Modules 1-4 - 48 hours 2008 and is waiting to sit for the next diplomat exam
• Fundamentals of Clinical Nutrition- 12 hrs - 2006
• Chiropractic Guide to Symptoms and Disease - 12hrs- 2006
• I.C.A. pediatric certification program- 24 hr. completed-2004
• Chiropractic in the world of sports injuries - 12 hr. - 2003
• Gonstead Technique Seminars - 140 total hours, 1998-2001
• Palmer Institute of Professional Advancement - 44 total hours, Practice management, 1999-2001
• Renaissance International - 120 hours, Practice Management, 2000
• New Era in Whiplash and Spinal Trauma, Part 1, 12 hours 2000
• Active and Passive Care (Physiotherapy I, II) Passed National Board 3/00
Experience:
• Private Practice, Kittanning, PA; 03/01-Present
• Palmer Intern Preceptorship Program, Dr. Ed Plentz, Brooklyn, MI; 11/00-3/01, Emphasizing Patient care, Business and Patient Management
• Palmer Clinic Abroad Program, Brazil, provided chiropractic care for 2 weeks in 6/00
• Palmer Chiropractic Clinic, Davenport, IA; 1999-2000
License:
Pennsylvania Doctor of Chiropractic License (license #DC-007996-L)
Pennsylvania Adjunctive Therapy License (license #AJ-007996-L)
Affiliation:
• State; Pennsylvania Chiropractors Association
• National; International Chiropractors Association, American Chiropractic Association
• International Chiropractors Association Council on Wellness Science
• Alumni; Palmer College of Chiropractic Alumni Association
Community Services:
• Member - Kittanning Chamber of Commerce
• Member - Kittanning Harvest Community Church
• Member - Kittanning Lions Club
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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.”
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Megan Franklin, DCDr. Franklin received her undergraduate degree in Microbiology and Cellular Sciences from the University of Florida. She is a 2012 Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida graduate. She has a private practice in Port Orange, FL and is also a part-time instructor at Palmer College of Chiropractic FL.
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