Jack Dolbin, DC, CSCS
Dr. Dolbin is a third generation chiropractor from Pennsylvania.  He is a former professional football wide receiver who played five seasons for the Denver Broncos of the National Football League. He started for the Broncos in Super Bowl XII.  He completed his Chiropractic education in 1977 at National College while playing professional football.  Dr. Dolbin is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Certified Fitness Trainer, on the board at Penn State, guest faculty at the Univ. of Pennsylvania Medical School and works with many athletic teams. He is renowned for his treatment of shoulders.  Other medical professionals in his area consistently refer patients to him when they present with shoulder problems.  One D.O. stated, "You're the only one I'll refer to because you do the most complete diagnosis and treatment that I've ever seen.".  Another surgeon says, "I send my shoulder patients to Dr. Dolbin before trying surgery.  Usually, Dr. Dolbin can successfully treat them and get them fully functioning in a short time".

Current Seminars:


Brad Hayes, DC
Dr. Hayes has been practicing in Tulsa since 1979.  He graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1977.   Dr. Hayes is the co-developer of Myofascial Disruption Technique, a soft tissue technique that is responsible for the resolution of many soft tissue conditions including ankle sprains, knee sprains, shoulder conditions, etc.  

Dr. Hayes has published numerous research papers in international peer reviewed journals including Ergonomics, Journal of Clinical Rheumatology, Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics.  His research has been conducted on bedding, arthritis, back packs, and Myofascial Disruption Technique. 

Dr. Hayes has been involved in peer review and chiropractic insurance consulting since 1980.  

Current Seminars:


Paul Jaskoviak, DC, DCRC, DACAN, CCSP, FICC
A 1975 graduate of National, Dr. Jaskoviak has given close to 1000 weekend lectures on acupuncture and physiotherapy. Educator, author, researcher, public speaker and world-traveler, he now serves as the Postgraduate Dean of the Texas Chiropractic College. A Texas licensed DC, he holds diplomate status in neurology, has a CCSP, and has a Doctorate in Clinical Religious Counseling in Florida. He was one of the pioneers in introducing acupuncture to the chiropractic profession conducting clinical research studies as early as 1973 while a student at NUHS. He published two research books dealing with acupuncture and worked with many State Associations and Board’s in securing the rights for DC’s to perform needling technics. He also wrote and published one of the most widely read text’s in Chiropractic, Applied Physiotherapy. He has traveled world-wide visiting six continents and around 75 countries. During a humanitarian visit to Liberia he was on national TV, lectured to almost all the MD’s in the country and assisted in treating close to 600 patients in one day!

Seminars Currently Scheduled:
Acupuncture & Meridian Therapy


Rick Carter, DC, DACRB
Dr. Carter graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1983 and went on to complete Post Doctoral Education in Rehabilitation.  He received his Diplomate in Rehab in 2006 along with completing over 100 hours in Acupuncture and X-ray and over 200 hours in Applied Kinesiology.  He is certified in Active Release Technique and teaches across the country on Rehabilitation.  He leads the  workshop portion of the ACRB Diplomate program.

Current Seminars:


Dane Borman, DC, DACBR
Dane is a second-generation chiropractor and represents the future of Dr Borman & Associates.  Dane has been trained in our gentle style of chiropractic. In addition to providing safe and effective chiropractic adjustments he also provides expert interpretation of x-rays, CT scans and MRIs for our patients and other physicians around the country. 

Dane graduated in 2000 with a B.S. from Colorado State University. In 2004 he graduated as the class valedictorian from Western States Chiropractic College in Portland, Oregon. He then joined the post-doctoral program in radiology at Western States and began teaching x-ray interpretation (radiology) to chiropractic students. In 2008 he was awarded his D.A.C.B.R. (Diplomate of the American Board of Radiology). He is currently teaching Pathophysiology to undergraduate students at the Community College of Denver and lecturing to professional groups around the country. Dane was also recently named the official team chiropractor for the nationally ranked Rocky Mountain Roller Girls roller derby team.

Current Seminars:


Robert Jackson, DC
Dr. Robert D. Jackson, a pupil of J. Clay Thompson for the last 15 years of his teaching career, is now the world’s leading certified instructor of the Thompson Trigger Point Technique.  Dr. Jackson’s instructor certification in 1981 has allowed him to explore and experience the chiropractic field both in North America and internationally.  President and C.E.O of BackTalk Systems, Dr. Rob Jackson, owns an active, multi-doctor practice in Denver, and uses his practice as a "living laboratory" for the development and application of the ideas and tools shared in this program. Dr. Jackson has provided case management and industrial consulting for a number of clients. His practice is predominantly operated on a "cash" basis and continues to thrive in spite of the challenges of declining third party reimbursement and the growing influences of managed care

Current Seminars:


James Kendel, DC
Dr. Kendel is an articulate Nutrition Chiropractor with background in developing and delivering presentations on diabetes, cardiac health and other chronic diseases.  He sets up exercise rehab programs for all doctors in his clinic and does extensive work with chronic disease including ordering and reading lab work and setting up nutritional programs.

Dr Kendel is certified in Mastering Functional Blood Chemistry, and Mastery of Thyroid Function and is currently pursuing a Diplomat for Diagnosis and Management of Internal Disorders (DABCI)

He has had success working with a number of different conditions including: Rheumatoid Arthritis, Crohn's, Lupus, MS, Diabetes, Hypothyroid Hashimotos and has taught on Adrenal Fatigue and Heart Disease on numerous occasions.

Seminars Currently Scheduled:


Brandon Aucker, DC:
Dr. Aucker earned his BS of Biology at East Stroudsburg Univ. of Pennsylvania.  He then went on to obtain his  Doctorate of Chiropractic degree and a Masters Degree in Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport.  He currently practices in Pennsylvania and holds several post-graduate certifications including Kinesiotaping, Graston, MRI and Clinical Diagnostics, Myofascial Release and others focusing on integrative healthcare.  Dr. Aucker presents informational seminars to the public to raise awareness of the benefits of Chiropractic care and specialty forums.  

Seminars Currently Scheduled:


Dale Morgan, DC, CCSP
A 1983 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic, Dr. Dale Morgan has been practicing in Rochester Hills, Michigan since 1984.  While at Palmer College, in addition to the standard chiropractic program, Dr. Morgan completed extra-curricular classes and certification in Gonstead technique, Physical Therapy, Extremity Adjusting, andadvanced X-Ray technique and diagnosis. 

Having a lifelong interest in sports and athletics, Dr. Morgan pursued the advanced post graduate Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician designation through National College of Chiropractic, completing the 3 year Sports Diplomate programin 1993.  Dr. Morgan has served on the Board of Directors of the Michigan Chiropractic Society was chairman of the MCS Sports Committee.   In the early 1990s he served as event chiropractor for the Professional Bowlers Association, the Internation Jet Ski Association, inline skating events, rodeo and bicycling races in Michigan. 

A former motorcycle racer and mechanic, Dr. Morgan followed his passion, and in 1994 began working with the American Motorcycle Association Grand National Flat Track racing series.  In the ensuing years, Dr.Dale has served at over 120 national races around the country, ranging from Del Mar, California, to Daytona Beach, Florida.  Frequently, Dr Morgan is the only physician at these events and is called on to evalulate and treat serious injuries from broken bones to concussions in addition to the usual racing assortment of sprains, strains and bruises. 

Dr. Morgan also served as Team Chiropractor for the Detroit Vipers Hockey team of the International Hockey League from 1995 to 2002.  In this capacity, Dr. Morgan worked directly with the team surgeons, doctors and trainers.  Keeping a chiropractic adjusting table in the trainer's room at the Palace of Auburn Hills arena, Dr. Morgan was often called on to treat the players before, between periods and after games.  A number of former players continue to see Dr. Dale for regular chiropractic care. 

As a sports chiropractor, Dr. Dale tends to view all patients as athletes.  At least in the context that they're seeking his care and counsel to either perform better or to regain something that they've lost.  This might be someone who wants to perform at his or her optimum.  To be able to run faster, jump higher or perhaps in the case of a motorcyclist, to be able ride harder and longer.  Or, maybe that patient is just hoping to be able to bend over to tie their shoes without pain.  Regardless of the case or condition, we always offer the patient all available options to return to their full potential as quickly as possible.

Always in pursuit of the best, most advanced treatment options, Dr. Morgan is proficient in both traditional athletic taping and Kinesio taping methods. As a member of the continuing education faculty of the Michigan Association of Chiropractors Dr. Dale has taught classes in sports chiropractic and taping methods to hundreds of other chiropractors. 

Seminars Currently Scheduled:

 


Fred Clary, DC, DIBCN
Dr. Clary is a Chiropractic Neurologist. He is the creator of the newest chiropractic technique, Functional Analysis. This technique focuses on detecting and correcting breathing inefficiencies as well as gait patterns. He lectures nationally for attorneys, medical physicians, physical therapists, chiropractors, and athletic trainers in their pursuit of continuing education hours. Dr. Clary holds many state, national, and world records in power lifting and was voted Best Chiropractor in Maplewood.  Dr. Fred Clary earned his doctor of chiropractic degree from Northwestern College of Chiropractic and his Bachelor’s of Science degree from Northwestern Health Sciences University in 1992. He studied cell biology at the University of Maryland Baltimore County.  He continued his education at Life College-West where, in 1997, he trained in chiropractic spinal trauma. He completed the didactic portion of a master’s program in health care administration from Cardinal Stritch University.

Seminars Currently Scheduled:


Matt Burnett, DC
Dr. J. Matthew Burnett opened Burnett Family Chiropractic & Sports Performance in 2008, with the hopes of uniting the effectiveness of chiropractic care with benefits of traditional medicine and continues to expand this vision and philosophy. Dr. Burnett has been in practice for 10 years, starting his career at Wheeling Jesuit University, where he received a bachelors degree in Nuclear Medicine, graduating summa cum laude. Following, he attended National University in Chicago where he earned an additional degree in Biology as well as his Doctorate of Chiropractic. Since then, Dr. Burnett has been busy creating and developing his special approach and high-end respect in the medical world, evolving his philosophy with an integrated and collaborative approach with patients as well as other doctors in the community.

Dr. Burnett treats a wide range of patients, but has an overall special niche in the athletic world treating local as well as professional athletes. His experience started as an athlete himself at Wheeling Jesuit University, where he was a four-year varsity letter winner and NCAA Academic All-American with the Men’s soccer team. Dr. Burnett continued his soccer career as the assistant men’s and women’s soccer coach at Illinois Tech in Chicago while earning his doctorate degree. Upon graduation, Dr. Burnett stayed on with Illinois Tech as their Strength and Conditioning Coach. After moving to Pittsburgh in 2004, Dr. Burnett quickly got involved in the soccer community. He started his local coaching career as the assistant coach for the girls Norwin varsity soccer team, and after transferring schools, serving as the assistant coach of the Peters Township High School girls varsity soccer team from 2010-2013. In addition to his successful coaching career, Dr. Burnett has earned the great privilege of working with over a hundred NFL athletes from 9 different teams. He continues to see athletes from MLB, NHL, LPGA, PGA, and professional boxers. All this experience, in turn, has had an influential impact on his career, specialty, and respect in the medical and athletic world.

Seminars Currently Scheduled
Understanding Laser Therapy & Deleting the Pain


John DiPasquale, DC, 
"Years ago I suffered a serious back injury.  I underwent disc surgery followed by extensive rehabilitation and chiropractic treatments.  It was becasue of this injury that I became a doctor of Chiropractic.  I know what pain feels like but I also know what it feels like to overcome that pain.  These personal experiences have allowed me to develop techniques that use a gentle hands-on approach to getting and keeping you well."

  • Doctorate from Life University- December 1998.

  • On-going Post Graduate Studies in nutrition, sports
    medicine and massage.

  • National Board Certified.

  • Licensed in Pennsylvania.

  • Certified in Neuromuscular Massage Therapy.

  • Certified by the New York Chiropractic College.

  • Masters in Athletic Training (comps pending).

  • Bachelor of Arts, Penn State University.

  • Penn State Football Letterman

Seminars Currently Scheduled:
Understanding Laser Therapy & Deleting the Pain