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Sean Batte, MSc., DCDr. Sean Batte knew that he wanted to be a chiropractor the minute he received his first adjustment. Once he saw first hand the tremendous life-changing difference Chiropractic makes in people’s lives, he was hooked! His own chiropractor’s dynamic passion for bringing wellness to his community inspired Dr. Sean to become a Chiropractor himself.

Dr. Sean completed his undergraduate studies in biophysics at UWO, and was completely fascinated by the ‘mechanics of life’. Concurrently training as an officer in the Canadian Navy, Dr. Sean focused his studies on cutting edge health and physical sciences. He then went on to complete graduate training in Medical Biophysics at UWO, conducting his research at the Hand and Upper Limb Centre at St. Joseph ’s Health Centre.

Once enrolled in Logan University ’s Chiropractic program, Dr. Sean received numerous scholarships and awards, and served as both ‘Class’ and ‘Student Council’ President. Since graduation, he has volunteered as a Chiropractor for the Canada Summer Games and numerous other athletic events.

Dr. Sean firmly believes that the health of our community and country would be radically improved if each person was empowered with the Chiropractic Wellness Message.
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Drew Rubin BS, DC, CCSP, DACCPDrew Rubin has been in private practice since 1989 and is adjunct faculty at Life University, College of Chiropractic, where he teaches Pediatric Diagnosis and Pediatric/ Prenatal Adjusting. He is active in advancing his knowledge, earning a CCSP (certification in sports) and a DACCP (diplomate in pediatrics), as well as becoming Advanced Activator Proficiency Rated. In addition to two pediatric papers being published in 2007 chiropractic journals, (JVSR, JCM), and participating with either a poster or a presentation in ACC-RAC for the last four years, he is on the advisory board for the ICPA and for JVSR, and was one of the participants in the 2009 Delphi Panel on Pediatric Consensus, which was recently featured in JMPT. Dr. Rubin has also written two chiropractic novels, The Adjustment and its sequel, The Acceptance. Dr. Rubin lives and practices in Marietta with his wife, Dr. Lisa Rubin, PhD, a clinical psychologist and director of the Student Success Center at Life University, and their son Palmer.
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Clayton Stitzel, DCDr Stitzel graduated from Palmer College in 2002. Dr Stitzel practices in Lititz,PA and specializes in scoliosis rehabilitation. Dr Stitzel is a director of the CLEAR-Institute NPO and lectures nationally and internationally on the topic of scoliosis rehabilitation.
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Nicholas SC Marini, BS, DCDr. Nicholas Marini graduated from Villanova in 2006 with a Bachelors of Science degree in Biology, focusing on physiology, neurology, and immunology. He then attended Life University’s College of Chiropractic, where he continued his studies in the sciences while also expanding into pediatrics, chiropractic neurology, chiropractic technique, and chiropractic philosophy. Dr. Marini graduated from Life University with honors in March 2010. He is currently a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association and is associated with Hope for Autism. He currently practices in King of Prussia, PA with his father, Dr. Stephen Marini.
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