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Stephanie Johnson, DC, BSStephanie Johnson, DC

Stephanie Johnson is an assistant professor of clinical sciences and a health center case doctor. She has a B.S. from Coastal Carolina University (1995) and a D.C. from Sherman College (1999) where she graduated magna cum laude. Dr. Johnson teaches clinical diagnosis, case management, and spinal exam review. She has also assisted in numerous technique courses.

She is from Pawleys Island, SC, and practiced full time in Georgetown, SC, for six years prior to joining Sherman College in 2006. Dr. Johnson continues to maintain her practice in Georgetown, SC, in addition to her teaching responsibilities. She has been a lifelong chiropractic patient and knew she wanted to pursue a career in the health care field.

She decided on chiropractic after receiving care after being involved in several auto accidents within a year and a half of each other (none of which were her fault!) Her interests include spending time with Nunzio, her “warrior” bichon frise, going to the beach, reading, shopping and watching movies.

"I'm glad to be a member of the Sherman family," she says. "It allows me the best of both worlds...taking care of patients and teaching."

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