Dr. Tom Moran
"I originally became interested in chiropractic care in 1969..."
I was involved in an automobile accident in which I suffered from compression fractures to my spine. After several months in a full brace and a very complicated surgery looking more likely, I decided to try chiropractic. After a few months I had resumed my normal activities without any restriction, and more importantly without drugs or surgery. It was after that I became aware of the importance of the nervous system and how chiropractic care could help other types of health issues also.
A Chiropractic Education
I graduated from Life University of Chiropractic , Magna Cum Laude in 1982. I was also privileged to be inducted into Pi Tau Delta, an international Chiropractic honor society.
Continuing education has always been an important part of my career, and I have recently finished 300 post-doctoral hours in neurology, making me eligible to sit for the examination given by the American Chiropractic Association Neurology Board, to become a board certified chiropractic neurologist.
This additional neurology training, has enabled me to be aware of other factors in the nervous system which may be contributing to your pain, spinal, and overall health problems. By having a clearer understanding, I can better treat the condition. A chiropractic adjustment was best explained my 11 year old grandson, who described it as "Like pushing the reset button on my game".
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