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Cynthia B. Gibbon, DC, BACynthia B. Gibbon, DC, BA

Cynthia B. Gibbon is a professor of clinical sciences and a member of the health center faculty. She has a B.A. from Elmira College (1970) a degree in medical technology, and a D.C. from Sherman College (1991). She teaches Laboratory Diagnosis, Physical Exam and First Aid and has been with Sherman College since 1984. Helping people improve their health has always been important to Dr. Gibbon, and she added chiropractic to her skills after teaching sciences at the college.

Her hobbies include swimming, knitting, and football. She is a certified BrainCore therapist in neurofeedback with an afternoon practice in Spartanburg as well as a health coach for "Take Shape for Life."  "Come visit us!" she says. "We pride ourselves on a community atmosphere while pursuing your D.C. degree." Read more about Dr. Gibbon.

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