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Clayton Stitzel, DC674 viewsDr 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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Gregg Stern DC672 viewsDr. Gregg Stern is a chiropractor with a Family Wellness practice in Buffalo Grove, Illinois. He has Diplomate degrees in the areas of Chiropractic Pediatric, Maternity and Family Wellness Care and Acupuncture. Dr. Stern’s practice focuses on enhancement of overall wellness of the body, mind and spirit for all family members.
Dr. Stern provides infant, child, maternity and adult care. Dr. Stern’s patient families have enjoyed improved health in many areas, including more comfortable and healthy pregnancies, quicker and less complicated deliveries, reduction in infantile colic, ear and sinus infections, allergies, headaches, spinal pain, improved quality of life of children with special needs, seizure disorders and ADD/ADHD.
Many of Dr. Stern’s patients enjoy improved overall health, reduced instances of getting sick, improved performance at work, school and sports and greater quality of life. Dr. Stern regularly coaches families on improving their lifestyle habits including ways to reduce stress, eat right and remain active. Dr. Stern is an educator and helps all his patients understand how they can help themselves and their children have the highest possible levels of health and wellness.
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Marshall Dickholtz, Sr., DC669 viewsDr. Dickholtz, Sr. is the founding director of both the National Upper Cervical Chiropractic Association (NUCCA), and the Upper Cervical Research Foundation (formerly NUCCRA), for which he served a long, laudable term as its president. His devotion to and understanding of the Atlas Subluxation Complex, its causes, symptoms and correction are evidenced by his extensive private practice, years of dedicated instruction, numerous publications, and distinguished research projects, many of which he has personally funded.

Dr. Dickholtz’s recent hypertension study, which shows how the NUCCA correction of the Atlas Subluxation Complex reduces blood pressure, has been the subject of national news coverage including the Chicago Tribune and public television. The complete research project was printed in the Journal of Human Hypertension in May 2007.

He is the recipient of many honors including the 1994 David D. Palmer Scientific Award Medal from Palmer College of Chiropractic, The Achievement Award from the National Upper Cervical Chiropractic Association, The Ralph R. Gregory Achievement Award, and most recently, the National Upper Cervical Chiropractic Association Scientific Research Award, Illinois Prairie State Chiropractor of the year Award, The International Chiropractic Association Chiropractor of the year Award.
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Lafayette Briggs DC666 viewsDr. Lafayette Briggs received an A.A.S. degree, in Medical Technology from New York College of Technology in 1972, a B.S. degree in Biology from the University of Alabama-Birmingham (UAB) in 1977, and Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Sherman Chiropractic College (Spartanburg) in 1987. He has worked as a research assistant in the Neurology and Pathology departments of Down State Medical Center School of Medicine and UAB School of Medicine, where he trained physicians and scientists in the use of electron microscope technology. He was part of a stroke research team at UAB funded by the National Institute of Health. Dr. Briggs has published extensively in peer-reviewed scientific journals. His areas of interest include: Stereoscopic digital imaging for precise x-y-z coordinate mappings to describing upper cervical spinal alignment, as well as, measurement of autonomic pupillary response to cervical realignment.
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