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Marina Irastorza LMT, DC322 viewsMarina consciously started exploring the heart center's transformational energy eight years ago when she began receiving Network Spinal Analysis (NSA) care in Gainesville, Florida; not knowing then that the heart center would be the inspiration and foundation or her current work.

While in chiropractic school, Marina began to intuitively work with the energetic body. During this time she began to develop the ability to see the natural bio-magnetic field surrounding the body, and the subtle energies within the body. Upon graduating from Chiropractic school in December of 2009, she returned to practicing massage and continued to develop the Heart Center bodywork approach that she currently offers to all her massage clients.

In addition, she has incorporated into her practice one of the most powerful transformational tools she has ever experienced, Somato Respiratory Integration (SRI) which is also used in the deepening and advancement of the objectives and outcomes of Network Spinal Analysis (NSA) Care and Reorganizational Healing.
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Joseph Minnich DC322 viewsDr. Joe Minnich is a recent graduate from Life University. Before that he earned his B.S. in Chemistry from East Carolina University. He is beginning private practice in West Chester, Ohio with his wife, Dr. Jennifer Minnich.
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H. Charles Woodfield, BS Pharmacy, D.C.322 viewsDr. Charles Woodfield serves as the Research Advisor to the Upper Cervical Research Foundation (UCRF). He was instrumental in the study design and manuscript preparation for the Hypertensions Study published in the May 2007, Journal of Human Hypertension.

His dedication to health-related services galvanized after serving as a Green Beret Medic with the US Army's 7th Special Forces Group. Upon honorable discharge, Pharmacy School at UNC-Chapel Hill compelled his interest in the intellectual challenges of chemistry and biochemistry in pharmaceutical disciplines, including research. Over a ten year career in hospital and retail Pharmacy, he increasingly became aware of an unfulfilled passion.

Desiring to be of more service, Dr. Woodfield enrolled at Palmer College of Chiropractic, graduating with Research Honors in 1995. He remained at Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research conducting a clinical trial and assisted in establishment of Palmer’s Practice Based Research Network. He met Dr. Marshall Dickholtz, Sr. during a PBR project kindling a passion investigating the NUCCA correction over the next several years, culminating the Hypertension Study with Dr. George Bakris. Previously, Dr. Woodfield served as research faculty at Sherman College of Chiropractic, Parker College of Chiropractic, and Life Chiropractic College West.
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Erin Sousley DC321 viewsDr. Erin Sousley is a native of Seattle, WA. She graduated from Western Washington University in 2006 with a B.A. in Communication and History. She received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Life University in December of 2010. After giving birth to her first baby in July 2011, she plans to open a family chiropractic clinic with her husband, Dr. Ryan Sousley DC, in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho in the fall of 2011.
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