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  Clusserath Named Vice President of Chiropractic Health Services

Michael Clusserath, D.C.

Michael Clusserath, D.C., has just been named to the top-line administrator position of vice president of chiropractic health services. Sherman Interim President Thomas A. Gelardi, D.C., made the announcement Wednesday morning that Clusserath’s former title of dean of chiropractic health services has been elevated to the vice-president level.

This administrative change better reflects the importance of that position’s responsibility and also increases the influence that position has in the overall administration of the college, Gelardi said. “The Chiropractic Health Center is an integral part of Sherman College, and we feel that the person overseeing all of its operations and services should be given administrative capabilities in line with those responsibilities,” he says. “I believe Dr. Mike Clusserath has proven himself to be a valuable part of our administrative team and is very deserving of being the first to assume this new title.”

Clusserath joined the college in early 2000 as an assistant professor and health center faculty member. He is a 1987 graduate of Palmer Chiropractic College West and a 1982 graduate of Washington State University, where he majored in zoology. Before joining the faculty at Sherman, he maintained a private practice for 11 years in Covington, WA.