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John Hart, DC, MHSJohn F. Hart, DC, MHS

John F. Hart is an associate professor of clinical sciences and Assistant Director of Research. Among his research interests are: a) methods of analyzing  the neurological interference component of the vertebral subluxation and  b) health effects of natural background radiation.

Hart is also Curator for the Brown Chiropractic Museum as well as an instructor for the pattern analysis course. He holds a D.C. degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic - Davenport (1981) and a master’s degree in health science from Nova Southeastern University (2006). 

Prior to his joining Sherman in 1995, Hart was in private practice from 1982 to 1995.  "If you want to be a chiropractor who has a focus on vertebral subluxation, Sherman College is the place for your training," he says.

 

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