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126 Park Ave • BridgeportCT 06604
careercenter@bridgeport.edu
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University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic Medicine, Bridgeport, Connecticut May 2009
Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine
Grade point average 3.6
Successfully completed NBCE parts I-IV and PT: Sept 07, Mar 08, Sept 08, Nov 08
Certified Sole Supports Provider

Norwich University, Norwich Vermont May 2004
Bachelor of Science in Sports Medicine
Minors in Biology and Coaching
Grade point average 3.5, Magna Cum Laude

Bachelor of Science General Studies, University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT 2012.
  • Received the Bronson McCullough Memorial Scholarship Award.
Academic Experience
Bridgeport, CTUniversity of Bridgeport Chiropractic Clinic 
Chiropractic Intern2008-2009
• Record patients' case history details, conduct physical examinations, interpret/narrate diagnostic imaging studies such as Xrays, and interpret laboratory results to properly diagnose patients’ complaints.
• Complete a Review of Systems process and give a detailed informed consent to patients.
• Adjust patients' spinal column and extremities to correct joint dysfunctions interfering with proper nervous system control and integration of body function.
• Perform manual soft tissue work including Pin and Stretch, Myofascial Release, NIMMO, Cross Friction Massage, Post-Isometric Relaxation and Post-Facilitation Stretching.
• Utilize Ultrasound and EMS to aid in patient care.
• Create individualized treatment plans and rehabilitative protocols for patients.
• Provide advice on general health matters such as exercise, nutrition and stress management.
• Market clinic services at Health Fairs to build a client base.
• Provide co-management care of many non-musculoskeletal problems.
• Patient base consists of many age ranges and populations.
Norwalk, CTChiropractic Associates, Dr. Philip Keith 
Community Based Internship2008
• Treated both spinal and extremity conditions with a strong focus on soft tissue work and rehabilitative exercises.
• Performed flexion-distraction procedures for lumbar spinal stenosis, radiculopathy, and post-surgical conditions.
• Assisted with Independent Medical Exams.
• Patient base consisted of a large number of high-school and professional athletes.
Fairfield, CTReef Chiropractic Care, Dr. Byron Banks 
Chiropractic Assistant2006-2008
• Performed manual soft tissue work including PIR, PFS, Myofascial Release, NIMMO and Cross-Friction massage
• Instructed patients through rehabilitative exercises as prescribed by Doctor Baker.
• Trained in office management procedures and insurance billing protocols.
Clinical Experience
Northfield, VermontNorwich University 
Student Athletic Trainer2000-2004
Northfield, VermontNorwich University Elite Hockey Camp 
Assistant Coach/Counselor2002-2003
Hanover, New HampshireDartmouth College Elite Hockey Camp 
Off-Ice Strength and Conditioning Coach2003
Montpelier, VermontVermont Mountaineers Baseball Club (NECBL) 
Student Athletic Trainer2002
Philladelphia PADepartment of Recreation 
Day Camp CounselorJanuary 2012-March 2012
  • Conducted classes in swimming, track and basketball. Developed leadership and team building skills and was given Favorite Counselor Award.
  • Composed weekly newspaper on camp events and recognitions, gaining better exposure for the camp.
Work Experience
UBCC Student of the Year as voted by peers (2008)
NCAA Division III Ice Hockey National Champions (2003)
ECAC Rookie of the Year, ECAC All-Rookie Team, ECAC 1st team all star (2001)
Ontario Junior ‘A’ Hockey Playoff MVP (2000)
Marsh Morris Award, High School Athlete of the Year (1997)
Awards
Student American Chiropractic Association (SACA)
• UBCC President, Legislative Representative (2008-2009)
• UBCC Vice President, Vice-Legislative Representative (2007-2008)
• UBCC Secretary (2006-2007)
• Attended the National Chiropractic Legislative Conference (2006-2009)
• Attended the House of Delegates Meeting (2006-2008)
• Attended the Leadership Conference (2006, 2007)
• 2007-2008 SACA Chapter of the Year Award
Student Government Association (2006-2009)
Professional Memberships
To identify how chiropractic students with and without martial arts training perceive their ability to perform chiropractic adjusting skills (co-investigator).
Research Interest
 
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