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William E. Fehl BS, DC198 viewsEducation

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
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Michael Teytelbaum DC197 viewsDr. Michael Teytelbaum, DC, received his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science and Sports Studies at Rutgers University, New Brunswick in 2007 before earning his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from Life University in 2011 with Magna Cum Laude honors. He is currently pursuing his Diplomate and Fellowship in Functional Neurology with the Carrick Institute of Graduate Studies where he has over 200 hours in seminars. Dr. Teytelbaum also realizes that diet and nutrition are essential to a balanced body and attends Apex Energetics seminars to learn more about functional blood chemistry and how to assess and help patients with nutritional concerns. He is an active member of the American Chiropractic Association, International Chiropractic Association, and the International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation.

In addition, Dr. Teytelbaum is certified in Active Release Technique as applied to the spine and lower extremity, and will complete upper extremity in the near future as well as a certification in Kinesiotaping. Dr. Teytelbaum is very passionate about health and sports, and enjoys playing ice hockey, basketball, or tennis in his free time. He is currently working as a full time associate Doctor at Advanced Performance and Rehabilitation Center in Short Hills, NJ and as a part time associate Doctor at Village Chiropractic and Functional Neurology Center in the East Village in New York City, NY.
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Justin Roth, DC197 viewsDr. Justin Roth received his Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing at the University of Connecticut. He then attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa where he received his Doctorate of Chiropractic. Following his doctorate degree, he completed an additional two years of schooling to attain his upper cervical certification from the Kale Institute in Summerville, SC. A passion of Dr. Roth’s is providing upper cervical specific healthcare to people around the world through health mission trips.
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Krystal Czegus BS, DC196 viewsDr. 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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