Michael McGee, M.Ed CCP Consumer Member Lock Haven University
Michael “Max” McGee has a B.S. in Education from Lock Haven University and an M.Ed in Student Personnel Services from The Pennsylvania State University. He currently is an administrator in the Student Life Department of Lock Haven University, a consumer advocate for chiropractic care and president of The Center for Pennsylvania Chiropractic Justice. He also serves as a consumer advocate and patient representative on the board for the CCP guidelines and will be the new president for the National Center for Chiropractic Justice. As a patient of chiropractic he has also been active in legislative areas dealing with defining a universal, statutory definition of medical necessity for chiropractic as well as fair insurance medical review practices in chiropractic care.
Jeannie Ohm, D.C., F.I.C.P.A. Secretary, International Chiropractic Pediatric Association Private Practitioner
A 1981 Graduate of the Pennsylvania College of Chiropractic and a 1995 Fellow of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association and Life College, Dr. Ohm has been the Secretary of the Board of the I.C.P.A. and Editor of its newsletter since 1997. She now holds the position of Executive Coordinator as well. Dr. Ohm is an international lecturer on the topic "Chiropractic Care for All Children" to both the public and to practicing Chiropractors and is a post graduate faculty member for numerous colleges. She is an Instructor for the I.C.P.A's Certification Program, "Chiropractic Care in Pregnancy and Infancy" and Founder of the I.C.P.A's Proficiency Workshop on the Webster Technique. The author of numerous papers on pregnancy, children and chiropractic she is also the Founder of Makin' Miracles... Connecting Kids 'n Chiropractic, community educational programs for the D.C. concerned about children. Dr. Ohm is the producer of the educational video, “Birth Trauma: A Modern Epidemic and the producer and writer of the children's chiropractic song, "Power On!" She has practiced in Pennsylvania with her husband since 1981 focusing on family wellness.
Keith G. Rau, DC, CCEP Associate Professor, Life University, Marietta, Georgia Team Chiropractor - Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, Georgia Team Chiropractor - Georgia Force of the Arena Football league
Dr. Rau is a graduate of Life Chiropractic College and currently a member of the Sport Health Science faculty at Life University and also teaches in the College of Chiropractic. He is the former head of the Sports Chiropractic Department with responsibility for the care of Life's athletic teams. He is the team chiropractor for Kennesaw State University and the Georgia Force of the Arena Football League. He has taught extremity adjusting and the integration of chiropractic into the care of athletes to chiropractors, athletic trainers and coaches.
_________________________________________________________ Council on Chiropractic Practice Clinical Practice Guideline Number 1 Vertebral Subluxation in Chiropractic Practice – 2003 Update & Revision