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Dean L. Smith, D.C., M.Sc. Miami University, Ohio Private Practitioner

Dr. Smith is a 1997 graduate of the National College of Chiropractic and is currently working towards a Ph.D. in the Department of Psychology at Miami University (Ohio). He has a part-time private practice in Oxford, Ohio and is chiropractor and ergonomic consultant to Pinnacle Computer Corporation in Cincinnati. His practice is based on the correction of subluxation for all ages and empowering the public with an awareness of the principles of human potential. His research interests involve the effects of vertebra subluxation on postural dynamics and muscular strength. In particular, Dean is interested in how subluxation influences the interaction of perception and action in maintaining control of posture. This research has theoretical implications for understanding the constraints that subluxation places on one’s behavior. Dr. Smith regularly teaches about enhancement of athletic performance and chiropractic.

Steven C. Eisen, D.C. Private Practitioner Philadelphia Pennsylvania

Dr. Steven C. Eisen has been in chiropractic practice in Philadelphia for 20 years. He founded the Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association Peer Review Committee and is the author of "A Guide to Peer Review in Pennsylvania." In addition to having been honored with numerous awards from the Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association (PCA) and serving on the PCA Board as the Philadelphia district director, Dr. Eisen serves on the World Chiropractic Alliance International Board of Governors and the Council on Chiropractic Practice guidelines committee and advisory board. Dr. Eisen’s chiropractic expertise has been acknowledged by a number of state and national chiropractic associations, as well as the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for whom he officially serves as a chiropractic expert.

Michael J. Dunigan, D.C. Private Practitioner Shamokin Dam, Pennsylvania

Dr. Michael J. Dunigan is a 1992 graduate of Pennsylvania College of Chiropractic. He was a founding member of the Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association Peer Review Committee. In addition, Dr. Dunigan has been honored with a distinguished service award from the Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association (PCA). He has also served on the PCA Board as a District Director, Bylaws Chairman and the Chairman of the Legal Fund Raising Committee. Dr. Dunigan serves on the World Chiropractic Alliance International Board of Governors and the Council on Chiropractic Practice guidelines committee and advisory board.

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_________________________________________________________ Council on Chiropractic Practice Clinical Practice Guideline Number 1 Vertebral Subluxation in Chiropractic Practice – 2003 Update & Revision

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