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Beth A McDowell-Reizer, DC, BABeth A McDowell-Reizer, DC, BA

Beth A. McDowell-Reizer is an assistant professor of clinical science and a member of the health center faculty. She has a B.A. from Saint Vincent College (1992) and a D.C. from Sherman College (1996). She has been with the college since 1997, and she teaches Terminology and assists in Toggle I, Pre-Clinic, Radiographic Analysis I and II and Orthopedic/Neurological Exam, Clinical Reasoning, Tumors and Arthritides, Public Health and Wellness, Terminology. She is also the Clinical Proficiency Examination coordinator.

"As a graduate and a faculty member of Sherman, I've been on both sides of the Sherman family," she says. "Sherman is just that - a family. The small faculty to student ratio makes your chiropractic education more personalized and individualized."

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