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Sarah Stephens, DC, BSSarah Stephens, DC, BS

Sarah Stephens is instructor of clinical sciences, and a health center case doctor. She teaches Case History and  Clinical Case Management II. She has a B.S. in Science and nutrition from Excelsior College and a D.C. from Sherman  in 2003. Her interests include extremity adjusting, diet, physical therapy, and exercise for core strengthening.

She has been at Sherman since 2009, and continues her private practice. She is married with three children.  Stephens is a native of Spartanburg and a 2003 Sherman graduate. Prior to joining the college faculty, she helped run a high-volume, multidisciplinary clinic in Spartanburg for the past five years. “I want to see Sherman grow and prosper,” Stephens says, “by educating each student to the best of our ability, and teaching them what they need to know to help their patients achieve their greatest health and wellness.”

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