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William E. Fehl, DC, BSWilliam E. Fehl, DC, BS

William E. Fehl is an associate professor of clinical sciences. He has a D.C. from Sherman College (1983) and a B.S. from Excelsior College (2003). He teaches Full Spine I, II, III, X-ray Analysis II, Applied Technique, Gonstead, and Spinal Illustration.

He has been with Sherman College since 1997. He is a certified Gonstead Diplomat, specializing in Gonstead protocols and management of patients (spine and extremities), soft tissue work and gua sha.

Dr. Fehl maintains a chiropractic practice on Spartanburg's west side. He enjoys camping, family activities and scriptural studies. "Nothing in chiropractic is finer, than to study it in Carolina at Sherman College," he says.

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