Christine Theodossis, B.S., D.C., DCCJP

Christine Theodossis, B.S., D.C., DCCJP

Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences

Dr. Christine Theodossis is an anatomy lab instructor and clinical science instructor, specializing in upper cervical techniques. She has a B.S. degree in Biological Life Sciences from N.C. State University (2005). She also earned her D.C. degree from Sherman College in 2010.

Prior to joining Sherman College, she was an associate doctor near Asheville N.C. for Upper Cervical Health Centers of America. She then ran her own practice within that practice for 1 year, before starting her post-graduate studies with the ICA’s Upper Cervical Diplomate program. This 3 year post-graduate degree will distinguish Dr. Theodossis as an advanced doctor in Upper Cervical Procedures.

She has been with the college since July of 2013. She is currently a candidate for the ICA’s Diplomate in Upper Cervical Procedures and she is serving a one year term as a director on the board of the ICA’s Council on Upper Cervical Care. She enjoys working with students to enhance their experience of learning and promote competent chiropractic care for all.