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Morgan Handt DCDr. Morgan Handt has always had a passion for family chiropractic care, especially when it comes to infants and young children. She is practicing in Manhattan at The New York Chiropractic Life Center, along with her brother and father, Josh and Jay. Dr. Morgan has been a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (I.C.P.A.) for over four years.

Dr. Morgan’s mission is to empower families to live healthy, happy and active lives through chiropractic care and lifestyle choices. She knows that future generations can be stronger and live longer using the power within our body, known as innate intelligence – the inborn wisdom that controls, coordinates and regulates every function of our body, rather than drugs or surgery. “As a chiropractor, I work with that intelligence to make sure that the body is functioning at its maximum potential.”

Dr. Morgan pursued her chiropractic education at Life University, College of Chiropractic after obtaining her Bachelor of Science degree at New York University. While attending Life University, she was president of the Women’s Chiropractic Club, a New Beginnings student representative, and a member of the I.C.P.A. and the International Chiropractic Association (I.C.A.). Dr. Morgan has also been recognized and published by the Association of Chiropractic Colleges / Research Agenda Conference (ACC-RAC) / for a research paper that she co-authored, entitled “Patterns of Prenatal Maternal Stress Predict Outcomes in the Unborn Child: a Case Series”.

As the third chiropractor in her family, Dr. Morgan has an intimate understanding and appreciation for the responsibilities of having every member of the family under chiropractic care. She has often been overheard saying, “it’s not about your back, it’s about your health and life. Chiropractic is a lifestyle that everybody deserves.”

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Paul Rodnick BS, DCPaul Rodnick received his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from Life University in 2009, and attended and received his Bachelors of Science degree from Excelsior College in Liberal Arts. Dr. Rodnick currently operates a private practice in Saginaw, Michigan. He is currently involved with the International Chiropractic Association, the Michigan Association of Chiropractic, the Delta Sigma Chi International Fraternity of Straight Chiropractic, and Business Network International. He is a monthly host of the television broadcast “Ask the Chiropractor” in Midland, Michigan. Dr. Rodnick helped to plan, and participates in chiropractic mission trips, hosted by the government of China, to help spread the philosophy, science and art of chiropractic to the country. He was also involved in spreading chiropractic to Panama, El Salvador, and the Dominican Republic.
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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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Amanda Kemp DC, BS, PTADr. Kemp earned her Doctor of Chiropractic degree at Life University in 2012, graduating magna cum laude. She attended undergraduate school at Evansville University and graduated with degrees in Psychology and Physical Therapist Assistance.

In 2004, Amanda was involved in a horseback riding accident that changed her life forever. She began to have leg convulsions which were diagnosed as seizures and the medications seemed to increase her symptoms. So, at the suggestion of a friend, she decided to see a chiropractor. After being under chiropractic care, she began to notice a decrease and, eventually, cessation in her symptoms as her body healed. This experience prompted her interest in a chiropractic career.

As a young girl, Amanda knew her calling was to help others. Through exploring her desire to help children with developmental disorders (ADHD, Autism, Learning Disorders etc.), she discovered that chiropractic offered the natural care approach that appealed to her. Doctor Kemp recalls, “When I first learned about how chiropractic helps to restore disconnections of the body so it can heal, I immediately knew that I was destined to become a chiropractor. The chiropractor’s passion and excitement for life and helping others was confirmation that this profession is how I am to serve my fellow human”.

Ultimately, Dr. Kemp’s goals and aspirations are to serve the community and their families in a safe, inspiring, and empowering environment, providing professional chiropractic treatment tailored to each patient with the intent of restoring proper function of the nervous system. She is committed to doing so with an ongoing spirit of service, dedication, and integrity, while holding herself accountable to the highest ethical standards. Dr. Kemp pledges to her current and future patients that she will settle for nothing less than each individual reaching their optimum state of health and well-being by helping them to understand the importance of a healthy lifestyle and empowering them to create their ideal life. She is a member of the League of Chiropractic Women and is currently in private practice located in Prattville, AL.

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