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Stavroula Andrinopoulos B.A., D.C.
Assistant Case DoctorSherman College of Chiropractic

She enjoys reading, dancing, writing, hiking and cooking.  She also enjoys the ocean and having a good time.  She graduated from Sherman in 2006 and she is excited to be back to join the faculty.  Her husband’s name is Paul Soler.

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George Auger B.S., BSEE, D.C., FCSC (hon)
Assistant Professor of Clinical SciencesSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction

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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Dan Becker D.C.
InstructorSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction
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Carolyn Best B.S., M.T.Z.
Lab InstructorSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction

Carolyn Best is lab assistant in Microbiology and Lab Diagnosis. She has a B.A. degree from Lycoming College in Pennsylvania (1974). She also earned a medical technology (M.T.) degree from Williamsport School of Medical Technology and is certified by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists with a specialty in hematology.

Prior to joining Sherman College, she was hematology supervisor with Community Medical Center in Scranton, PA, for 29 years and a laboratory generalist at Spartanburg Regional Medical Center and St. Luke’s Hospital for ten years. She has been with the college since 2003. She enjoys reading, hiking and living with her two dogs.

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Rebecca R Boles M.T., D.C.
Assistant Case DoctorSherman College of ChiropracticHealth Center
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Rick Brescia D.C., ACP
InstructorSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction
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Jaime Browning B.S., D.C.
Assistant Professor, Institutional Research Board ChairSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction

Jaime Browning, D.C., is an instructor of clinical sciences. She has a D.C. from Sherman College (2009) and a B.S. from Lander University (2002). She teaches Pattern Analysis, Spinal Exam Review, and Pediatrics/Geriatrics. She is also chair of the Institutional Review Board.

Dr. Browning has been with Sherman College since 2010. She has extra training in Knee Chest Upper Cervical technique and Skin Temperature Differential Analysis (STDA).

Dr. Browning maintains a part-time chiropractic practice in Spartanburg. She is married with two children. Dr. Browning enjoys camping, time spent with her family, and being involved in her local community. “Being specific in all aspects of patient care is of the utmost importance. You will learn specificity at Sherman College,” she says.

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Ron Castellucci B.S., D.C., ACP
ProfessorSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction

Dr. Ron Castellucci earned a BS degree from the University of New York, is a 1988 graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis, MO and is a member of the prestigious Academy of Chiropractic Philosophers. In 1998, after 10 years of private practice, he and his family moved from Massachusetts to join the Sherman College faculty where he teaches full spine analysis and adjusting techniques for children and adults. Dr. Ron is an internationally recognized expert in pediatric analysis and adjusting. He teaches seminars worldwide with the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association and is passionate about bringing chiropractic to the world. As members of Sherman’s board of regents, he and his wife Doreen are enthusiastic supporters of the College.

Dr. Ron’s ‘why’ in life is to release the life potential in everyone he meets and teach others to do the same. Teaching for the ICPA helps him fulfill this purpose. He has studied with Dr. Lee Thayer of the Thayer Institute for Leadership Virtuosity and enjoys sharing leadership principles in the classroom as well as at his seminars. He earned his CTM from Toastmasters international thus rarely turns down speaking engagements. He is passionate about teaching and has been honored with faculty member of the year in 2000, 2004 and 2013.

He and his wife Doreen are avid hikers and enjoy cooking or doing most anything together. An avid fly fisherman, he escapes as often as possible to the solitude of a mountain stream. They both love traveling to new places, meeting new people and experiencing the local fare. Having grown up in New York City, he especially loves traveling to cities and experiencing their unique culture and palpable energy.

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William M Decken B.A., D.C., L.C.P.
ProfessorSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction

William M. Decken is an associate professor of clinical sciences and chair of the philosophy department. He has a B.A. from Marist College (1979) and a D.C. from Sherman College (1986), and Legion of Chiropractic Philosophers  from Palmer College of Chiropractic. He is the developer of Academy of Chiropractic Philosophers course presented by Sherman for the benefit of those in the profession who would like a greater understanding of chiropractic philosophy and its application.

<>He teaches Philosophy I and II, Subluxation Theories and Communications. He has been with the college since his graduation in 1986.  He maintains a small private family practice in Spartanburg. He enjoys people and helping them grow; he also enjoys building, bicycling and spending time outdoors.

“If you believe that human beings are wonderfully and fearfully made, then chiropractic should be a part of your health care package because chiropractic honors the innate striving of the body to stay healthy,” he says. “If you would like to learn this way of thinking so you can teach it to others, then Sherman College should be your choice.”

He finds it is a joy to teach and work with students that want to engage in process of critical thinking so they can have the greatest possible impact on the people they will serve.

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Joseph J. Donofrio D.C.
Vice President for Academic AffairsSherman College of ChiropracticAcademic

Joseph J. Donofrio is Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs. He has a D.C. from Sherman College (1994) and A.C.P. certification from the Academy of Chiropractic Philosophers. He has been part of the faculty since 1997 and has many years of teaching experience in the clinical sciences. He has been under regular chiropractic care since the day he was born and is a second generation chiropractor.

Dr. Donofrio has lectured internationally on spinal biodynamics, palpation, chiropractic history and education. He enjoys studying God’s word and spending time with his wife and seven children. “It is awesome to play a role in shaping the future of this great profession of chiropractic,” he says.

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Brian Dooley B.A.,D.C.,ACP
Director of Practice Success ProgramSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction

Dr Brian Dooley is a lead instructor in Chiropractic Philosophy, Chiropractic History and Case History. He also assists in pre-clinic , student clinic, spinal exam review and patient education as well as serve as an assistant floor doctor in the Sherman College Health Center. Dr. Dooley earned a BA from Clemson University and his chiropractic degree from Sherman College of Chiropractic. He is a member of the pioneer class of Sherman College’s postgraduate philosophy program, the Academy of Chiropractic Philosophers.  After serving in private practice for ten years Dr. Dooley returned to Sherman College because, as he says, “Mama called him home.”

Dr Dooley still maintains his practice in Pickens, SC where his lives with his wife, daughter Sara, and son Jackson. He can be found outside of Sherman reading green books or attending soccer games.

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Beth Ehlich D.C.
Assistant ProfessorSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction
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William E Fehl B.S., D.C.
ProfessorSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction

Dr. Bill Fehl is a 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 III, X-ray Analysis II, Ortho-Neuro 2, Clinical Case Management 4 and Extra-Spinal Technique in the core curriculum as well as the Gonstead, Instrument Adjusting and Spinal Illustration electives.

He has been with Sherman College since 1996. He is a certified Gonstead Diplomat, specializing in Gonstead protocols and management of patients

Dr. Fehl maintains a chiropractic practice on Spartanburg’s west side. He enjoys skateboarding with his wife, golfing and Bible studies.

He says “Nothing in chiropractic is finer, than to study it in Carolina at Sherman College,”

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Kimberley Fielder D.C.
Assistant Case DoctorSherman College of ChiropracticHealth Center
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Tate Gentile D.C.
Assistant Case DoctorSherman College of ChiropracticHealth Center
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Cynthia B Gibbon B.A.,M.T.,D.C.
Professor of Clinical SciencesSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction

Dr. Cindy Gibbon is a professor of clinical sciences and a member of the health center faculty. She has a B.A. from Elmira College (1970) a degree in medical technology, and a D.C. from Sherman College (1991). She teaches Laboratory Diagnosis, Physical Exam and First Aid and has been with Sherman College since 1984. Helping people improve their health has always been important to Dr. Gibbon, and she added chiropractic to her skills after teaching sciences at the college.

Her hobbies include swimming, knitting, and football. She is a certified BrainCore therapist in neurofeedback with an afternoon practice in Spartanburg as well as a health coach for “Take Shape for Life.”  “Come visit us!” she says. “We pride ourselves on a community atmosphere while pursuing your D.C. degree.”

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Laura R Greene-Orndorff R.T., A.S.,B.S.,D.C.
Chair Radiology Department, Professor of Clinical Sciences, Supervisor X-Ray DepartmentSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction

Laura R. Greene-Orndorff is a professor, Chair of the Radiology Department, and a member of the health center faculty. She has an R.T.R. from Mercy Hospital (1989), an A.S. from Pennsylvania State College (1990), a B.S. from Regents College and a D.C. from Sherman College (1995).

She has been with the college since 1996 and teaches Soft Tissue Pathology, X-Ray Anatomy, Analysis and Review, X-ray Lab, and X-ray Positioning III. She enjoys gardening, walking and floral design.

“Education is the best investment you can make for yourself and others,” she says.

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Billie Harrington Ph.D.
Director of Teaching and LearningSherman College of ChiropracticAcademic

Billie Graham Harrington is the Director of Teaching and Learning. She comes to Spartanburg from Rowland, North Carolina and is an enrolled member of the Lumbee Tribe.  She holds a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Teaching with a specialization in Cultural Studies from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Her primary research interests focus on issues germane to the experiences of American Indians in mainstream higher education; faculty recruitment and evaluation; and a number of ethnographic projects relating to her Tribe. She has presented her scholarship at regional, national, and international conferences and has published in such journals as American Journal of Education, The Indigenous Policy Journal, Journal of Indigenous Research, and the Journal of Multicultural, Gender, and Minority Studies.

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Janice Higgins-Fordree D.C.
Director of QEP, Assistant ProfessorSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction
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Sarah Hock B.S., D.C.
Health Center Case DoctorSherman College of Straight ChiropracticHealth Center

Sarah Hock, D.C. is a health center case doctor. She has her D.C. from Sherman College (2008) and a B.S. from N.C. State (2004). Though she has immense love for chiropractic, her first love was biochemistry. She helps with board reviews and tutoring for biochemistry.

Dr. Hock maintains a part-time practice in Gaffney. She enjoys gardening, hiking, kayaking and yoga. Dr. Hock is very involved in the local Spartanburg community and serves on many committees.

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” – Nelson Mandela

This is what we do here at Sherman College: teach chiropractors to change the world.

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Matthew Hudson D.C.
Health Center Case Doctor, Chair of Clinical CurriculumSherman College of ChiropracticHealth Center
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Robert Irwin A.S., D.C.
ProvostSherman College of ChiropracticAcademic

Robert L. Irwin is Vice President for Academic Affairs, Provost,  and an assistant professor of clinical sciences. He has a D.C. from Life (1979) and an A.S. from SouthWestern Michigan College (1976). He has been with the college since 1998 and has taught several clinical science courses over the last 13 years.  He enjoys golf, reading, fishing and playing with his granddaughters.

Chiropractic chose him when he watched his wife’s life change as a result of chiropractic care. Chronic health problems that were unresponsive to conventional medical treatment improved as a result of specific chiropractic care from Dr. K. R. Jones, who challenged Dr. Irwin to learn more about the profession.

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Maksim S Ivanov M.D.
Assistant Professor of Basic SciencesSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction

Maksim S.Ivanov, MD is an associate professor of clinical and basic sciences. He received his M.S. and M.D. (1997) degrees from Tver Medical Academy. He has been with the college since 1999. His interests include  reading, chess, his children  and  his wife.

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Stephanie Johnson B.S., D.C.
Health Center Case Doctor, Assistant Professor of Clinical SciencesSherman College of ChiropracticHealth Center

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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Amilliah Kenya B.Ed.,D.C., M.S.
Associate Professor of Basic Sciences, Chair of Student Success DepartmentSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction

Dr. Amilliah Kenya is an assistant professor in basic and clinical sciences. She has a B.Ed. From Kenyatta University in Kenya where she and her husband lived before coming to the United States, an M.S. in Counseling from Bob Jones University, and a D.C. from Sherman  in 206. She has NIH Research Training Certification and licensure in SC for physiotherapy. Her research, Correlation between academic performance and NBCE Part 1 scores at a chiropractic college, has been published in the Journal of Chiropractic Education. (J Chiropr Educ. 2013 Spring; 27(1):27-32. doi: 10.7899/JCE-12-010)

She joined the Sherman faculty in 2009 to teach and to chair the college’s Student Success Program, which is designed to help students complete the D.C. program successfully through mentoring, counseling and tutoring. Kenya has a passion for students. She encourages them to “let the anticipated end be an inspiration for your hard work today.” She wants to see students succeed to become competent doctors of chiropractic.  Kenya and her husband, Charles, have three children.

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Charles Kenya B.Ed.,D.C.
Assistant Professor of Clinical SciencesSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction

Dr. Charles Kenya  is an instructor of clinical sciences: spinal dynamics, physical exam, x-ray anatomy, clinic entrance, and basic science tutoring.

Originally from Kenya, Africa, he has a B.Ed. from Kenyatta University and a D.C. from Sherman in 2006. He specializes in upper cervical dissection for upper cervical seminars, Sweatt seminars, and private research.

He has been at Sherman since 2009, and practices in Spartanburg. He was a high school teacher before becoming a doctor of chiropractic. He is married with three children.

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Lynne Koch M.T., D.C.
InstructorSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction
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Thomas Kolarik D.C.
Assistant Case DoctorSherman College of ChiropracticHealth Center
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Patricia Kuhta B.S., D.C.
Director of X-Ray Department, Professor of Clinical SciencesSherman College of ChiropracticHealth Center

Patricia Kuhta is a professor of clinical sciences, Director of the X-ray Department, and a member of the health center faculty. She has a D.C. from Sherman College (1994) and a B.S. from Excelsior College (2001). She is certified in Atlas-Orthogonal technique, Cervical X-ray Positioning, and Thoracic-Lumbo-Pelvic X-ray Positioning. Her interests include radiology, radiography, upper cervical technique and chiropractic philosophy.

She teaches X-Ray Analysis, Applications of Clinical Radiology,  and Atlas Orthogonal and has been with the college since 1994. She enjoys working out and traveling. “If individuals want to learn dentistry, they should go to dental school,” she says. “If individuals want to learn medicine, they should go to medical school. If individuals want to learn specific chiropractic, they should come to Sherman College. BJ Palmer once said, ‘Chiropractic is specific, or it is nothing.’ Sherman College is the home of specific chiropractic.”

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Terry Lancaster MA
Assistant ProfessorSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction

She enjoys walking her dog, mystery books & shows and going to Tybee Island. Her fur babies are named Took, Stinker Doodle, Tank and Nuisance. She goes by “Bird”; a nickname she got from her Dad the day she was born.

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Pengju(George) Luo M.D.,M.S.,Ph.D.
Director of Research, Dean of Basic Sciences, Professor of Basic SciencesSherman College of ChiropracticHealth Center

Pengju (George) Luo is an associate professor, Director of Research, and a member of Basic Sciences faculty. He received his Ph.D. (2006) and M.S. (2003) degrees in microbiology from Clemson University and his medical degree (1997) from Tongji Medical University (now known as Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science & Technology) in China. He was a doctor of internal medicine in Jingzhou city, Hubei Province, China, before he came to the United States.

Among his research interests are: 1) antimicrobial using nanotechnology; 2) fluorescence bioimaging using nanomaterials; 3) nutri-ceuticals; and 4) chiropractic clinical research and research on chiropractic education.

He has been with the college since 2006. He teaches Microbiology I and Microbiology II. He also taught Public Health between 2006 and 2009. In addition to his work at Sherman, he also holds an Adjunct Assistant Professor position in the Department of Biological Science at Clemson University.

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Beth A McDowell Reizer B.A., D.C.
Associate Professor of Clinical SciencesSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction

Beth A. McDowell Reizer is an associate professor of clinical science. She has a B.A. from Saint Vincent College (1992) and a D.C. from Sherman College (1996). Dr. Reizer has been with Sherman College since 1997. She teaches Terminology, Tumors and Arthritides, Clinical Diagnosis and Case Management, Clinical Reasoning and Public Health and Wellness. Additionally, she has assisted in numerous clinical science courses and also serves as the coordinator for the quarterly Clinical Proficiency Examination.

“As a graduate and a faculty member of Sherman, I’ve been on both sides of the Sherman family,” she says. “Sherman College is just that – a family. The small faculty to student ratio makes your chiropractic education more focused and personalized.”

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Kelly B Miller B.S., D.C.
Assistant Professor of Clinical SciencesSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction

Kelly Bryant Miller is an assistant professor of clinical sciences. Dr. Miller has an A.A. from Salem College (1980), a B.S. from Fairmont State College (1982) and a D.C. from Sherman College (1989). Dr. Bryant-Miller teaches Dermatology/toxicology, OB/GYN and Pediatrics/Geriatrics. She has been with Sherman College since 1990.

She enjoys riding, running cross-country, being a home birth labor support attendant, and spending time with her 3 sons. She has a home-office practice at Hope Pond. She works with a veterinarian part time adjusting animals. She was a working groom and rider for Mary Ann Tausky.  “Sherman has a great learning environment,” she says. “The education the faculty instilled in me made it possible to graduate and comfortably practice abroad without my mentors nearby. I hope to share my education and inspire future students as they pursue their own personal dreams.”

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Douglas A Paris M.Ed.
Adjunct FacultySherman College of ChiropracticInstruction

Doug has worked in Emergency Medical Services (EMS) since 1984.  He is originally from Indianapolis, IN and came to SC in 1990.  He began teaching in 2000, and has instructed numerous EMT, Advanced EMT and Paramedic courses as well as CPR, ACLS, PALS, ITLS and AMLS courses.  Doug has also been published as an author and co-author of several magazine articles for EMS World and videos for PULSE, and is a moulage artist.  Moulage is the application of stage makeup to add realism to class scenarios.  He enjoys do-it-yourself DIY projects around the house and yard,  camping, and cooking.  His fiancée is Christina Henderson.

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John H Porter Jr. D.C.
Associate Professor of Clinical SciencesSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction

John H. Porter is an associate professor of clinical sciences. He has a D.C. from Sherman College (1977) and teaches Toggle Recoil and Full Spine.

He has been with the college since 1979 and enjoys reading and swimming. He practices in Spartanburg, shared with his daughter, alumna Princess Porter.

“Come to Sherman College and enjoy an exciting and rewarding career as a chiropractor,” he says.

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Princess Porter-Fowler D.C.
Instructor of Clinical SciencesSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction
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Kevin Power D.C.
Assistant Case Doctor, Assistant Professor of Clinical SciencesSherman College of ChiropracticHealth Center

Kevin Power is a professor of clinical sciences.  He mentors students and holds quarterly workshops on cervical chair adjusting, applied kinesiology, and extremity adjusting. He is a lead instructor in technique classes.

Power has a D.C. from Sherman College (1981) and was in private practice in Australia and the U.S. until he joined the college faculty in 2002. He enjoys golf, bass guitar & racquetball. He has four children and three grandchildren. He chose chiropractic as his career for several reasons: it helped him recover from a rugby injury, he saw his four brothers helping people in their practices, and that gave him a way to be able to work for himself.

“You can get everything in life that you want if you will just help enough other people get what they want.” He continues a small private practice.

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Edgardo Rivera M.D.
Anatomy Lab ManagerSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction
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Deborah Sanderson B.S., DC
Assistant ProfessorSherman College of ChiropracticFaculty
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Mitzi Schwartzbauer D.C.,ACP
Assistant Professor of Clinical SciencesSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction

Mitzi Fox Schwartzbauer is an assistant professor of clinical sciences. She holds a D.C. from Sherman College (1996). She joined the faculty in 2004 and is the lead instructor for classes in Palpation, Toggle and Chiropractic History.

She practiced at Schwartzbauer Straight Chiropractic Center in Mahtomedi, MN, for six years.

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Clauda E Seay A.S.,B.S., D.C.
Director of Student Clinics, Professor of Clinical SciencesSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction

Claudia E. Seay is an associate professor of clinical sciences and a member of the health center faculty. She has an A.S. from Cumberland College (1976) and a D.C. from Sherman College (1980). She has been with the college since 1988 and teaches Clinic. Her interests include computers, reading, cross-stitching, camping, her children, her husband and her practice.

She shares this quote by Richard Bach: “Learning is finding out what you already know; Doing is demonstrating that you know it. Teaching is reminding others that they know it just as well as you. You are all listeners, doers, and teachers.”

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Paul Soler B.A., D.C.
Assistant Case DoctorSherman College of ChiropracticHealth Center

He enjoys comic books and bad jokes.  He graduated from Sherman in 2006.  His wife’s name is Stavroula Andrinopoulos.

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Sarah Stephens B.S., D.C.
Health Center Case Doctor, Assistant Professor of Clinical SciencesSherman College of ChiropracticHealth Center

Dr. Sarah Stephens is associate professor of clinical sciences, and a health center case doctor. She teaches Nutrition, Clinical case management II, and is in charge of the Clinic Entrance Exam. She has a B.S. in Science and nutrition from Excelsior College and a D.C. from Sherman  in 2003. Her interests include extremity adjusting, diet, physical therapy, and exercise for core strengthening.

She has been at Sherman since 2009, and continues her private practice. She is married with three children.  Stephens is a native of Spartanburg and a 2003 Sherman graduate. Prior to joining the college faculty, she helped run a high-volume, multidisciplinary clinic in Spartanburg for the past five years. “I want to see Sherman grow and prosper,” Stephens says, “by educating each student to the best of our ability, and teaching them what they need to know to help their patients achieve their greatest health and wellness.”

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Christine Theodossis B.S., D.C., DCCJP
InstructorSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction

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.

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Leslie M Wise B.A., D.C.
Professor of Clinical SciencesSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction
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Jennifer York B.A., M.S., D.C.
Assistant Professor of Clinical SciencesSherman College of ChiropracticInstruction

Dr. Jennifer York is an assistant professor of clinical sciences and an assistant case doctor in the college’s on-campus Chiropractic Health Center. She has a B.A. in biology from Alfred University, M.S. in packaging science from Clemson University, and a D.C. from Sherman College. Her interests include chiropractic neurology, which she teaches as well as orthopedics, clinical diagnosis, case management, and research design. She has taught at Sherman since 2007.

She practices in Greenville, SC, where she lives with her husband, Will, twin sons, Tyler and Ben, daughter, Lauren, and two dogs, Boots & Barley.

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Huarong Zhou M.D., Ph.D.
Professor of BiochemistrySherman College of ChiropracticInstruction