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Patricia Kuhta, D.C.Dr. Kuhta is a 1994 graduate of Sherman College. She has served as the x-ray department director and x-ray supervisor for the past sixteen years. Dr. Kuhta is a professor of clinical sciences, board certified Atlas Orthogonal instructor, and oversees the clinical X-ray Internship ( XRI ) Program in the health center. She teaches several courses including Cervical X-ray Analysis, Applications of Clinical Radiology, and Atlas Orthogonal technique.

Dr. Kuhta is experienced in digital radiography and has conducted many formal group training sessions, and informal one-on-one training sessions on chiropractic analysis software and digital image acquisition hardware.

Dr. Kuhta conducted a research study on ‘The Effects of Lateral Cranial Translation on the Cervical Spine’ which was published in abstract form in the Journal of Chiropractic Education, spring 2007 and in manuscript form in the Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research, April 2008. She also had a study on ‘The Prevalence of Posticus Ponticus’ published in The Journal of Chiropractic Medicine, December 2010. She is a co-author
of ‘The Sherman System’ of Chiropractic Analysis and Adjusting, a Precise Unified Approach,’ 2008. Her areas of interest include spinal biodynamics, radiology and radiography related topics, upper cervical specific chiropractic techniques, and vertebral subluxation research.

Dr Kuhta is also a certified ‘low ropes’ outdoor challenge course facilitator, 2010.
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Krishma Guliani DCBio being updated.
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Krystal Czegus BS, DCDr. Krystal Czegus was born and raised in Michigan and was very dedicated to her education, playing sports, and spending time with her family. She always knew she belonged in health care where she could help others, but really wanted a more natural approach. She attended Wayne State University where she completed her undergraduate studies with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology. She then went on to receive her massage therapy certification at the Flint School of Therapeutic Massage. During this time, she realized how special it was to be able to affect people in a holistic manner with something as simple as a soothing touch. She became very interested in the science, philosophy, and art involved with the practice of chiropractic and was immediately hooked. After doing some careful research, she knew Life University in Marietta, Georgia would be the perfect fit for her. During her clinical internship at Life, she had the great opportunity to work with many children and expectant mothers, which was a priceless experience. She was intrigued with the fact that the body had an innate intelligence that functions and heals without any help from an outside source. Her goal is to have a practice full of excited people and their families interested in learning to live a healthy, happy, chiropractic lifestyle.
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Melissa Ko DCMelissa Ko of San Jose, California received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree at Life Chiropractic College West. She is a Research Assistant with the Life Chiropractic College West Research Department, Vice President of Marketing for NetErgonomics and has completed over 300 hours of Professional Applied Kinesiology training and coursework. She participated in two charitable chiropractic mission trips to the Dominican Republic in 2011 with Mission Life International and to Cambodia in 2009 with Well-Balanced World.
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