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Yoshitaka Tsuji D.C.1992 Graduated from International Chiropractic College (in Japan)
1993 Opened a chiropractic clinic
1998 Trained in the Toftness System of Chiropractic and joined F.A.C.R.
2005 A founding member and the first President of the Association of Advanced Toftness System Japan

Currently Engaged in the study and research of the Toftness System in cooperation with the FACR, the Japan Association of Advanced Toftness System (executive member), and in his private practice.

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Adam Willemin, D.C.Adam Willemin is a second generation chiropractor. He obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology with a Pre-Professional concentration from Central Michigan University. He graduated Cum Laude from Life University with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree. He is currently working as a chiropractor in Virginia, and he also volunteers at a local Senior Center leading exercise classes.
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Benjamin McDowell, DCBenjamin Scott McDowell, DC was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. He is an Eagle Scout and an honorary Lieutenant Colonel in the Militia of the great state of Georgia. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Biology at the University of Georgia and graduated Cum Laude as a Doctor of Chiropractic from Life University’s prestigious College of Chiropractic. He studied under Doctors Roy and Matt Sweat, pioneers in the chiropractic profession, while at Life University. He now works as an associate chiropractor for Daryl L. Ammons, DC BCAO in Sanford, North Carolina.
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Chris Chapman DC, BCAODr. Chapman obtained his doctorate from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1998. His clinical focus has been on diagnosing and correcting the Atlas Subluxation. He has guest lectured at PCC, BioModeling Solutions, LLC, The pH Miracle Center, Arrowhead Laboratories and the Sweat Institute. He is a regular presenter at the Advanced Atlas Orthogonal Seminars and instructs post-doctoral basic modules for the Atlas Orthogonal Program for doctor certification. He conducts multidisciplinary symposia on the clinical co-management of ASC and malocclusion, and has presented this material in the advanced epigenetic orthodontic seminars. His articles on the etiology of the ASC are published in the NUCCA Monograph and the Textbook: The Occipito-Atlanto-Axial Subluxation Complex. He is adjunct faculty preceptor at Palmer College of Chiropractic and Instructor for the Academic Internship Program for Brigham Young University.
(3 votes)
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