Dr. George A. Auger, Spinal Biodynamics, Sherman College
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George Auger

George Auger

George A. Auger, DC, BS, BSEE, FCSC (hon)

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George A. Auger, DC is an assistant professor of clinical sciences who teaches spinal biodynamics and the Pierce Results System technique. He has a BS in electrical engineering, a BS in Mathematics both from Geneva College and a DC from Sherman (1993). He is certified in Video Fluoroscopy, and enjoys public speaking about all aspects of chiropractic, including practice management, technique, and team leadership.

He worked as a digital design engineer for ITT Avionics, designing radar protection systems for military aircraft, and now has a full time chiropractic practice serving the Upstate of South Carolina. He is the past President of the Palmetto State Chiropractic Association and currently serves on its Board of Directors as Chairman. He was voted “Best Chiropractor in the Upstate,” two years in a row by the Greenville News, and was awarded the Palmetto State Chiropractic Association’s first ever “Chiropractor of the Year” award. Dr. Auger has been published in numerous health periodicals and has lectured to other doctors of chiropractic throughout the United States. His most recent publication is a best-selling book he co-authored entitled The World’s Best Kept Health Secret Revealed.

Chiropractic was a natural fit for Dr. Auger. He grew up in a chiropractic family and has been under chiropractic care since he was three years old. Because his life has been touched so dramatically by chiropractic, he co-authored a best selling book and currently hosts a weekly radio program called “Your Half Hour to Health” to share chiropractic with others. A former college quarterback, Dr. Auger now plays competitive tennis.

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