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Kevin Power, DCKevin Power, DC

Kevin Power is an assistant professor of clinical sciences and a member of the health center faculty, where he mentors interns and holds quarterly workshops on cervical chair adjusting, applied kinesiology, and extremity adjusting. He is an assistant instructor in technique classes.

Power has a D.C. from Sherman College (1981) and was in private practice in Australia and the U.S. until he joined the college faculty in 2002. He enjoys golf, bass guitar & racquetball. He has four children and one grandchild. He chose chiropractic as his career for several reasons: it helped him recover from a rugby injury, he saw his four brothers helping people in their practices, and that gave him a way to be able to work for himself.

"You can get everything in life that you want if you will just help enough other people get what they want." He continues a small private practice.

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