Michael W. Hall, DC, FIACN
Dr. Michael W. Hall graduated with honors from Parker College of Chiropractic in 1990. Immediately after graduation, he began clinical practice in Dallas, Texas specializing in pediatrics and stroke disorders. He also began teaching classes at Parker in the basic and clinical science departments. He very quickly developed a reputation for resolving complex clinical cases with functional neuroplastic strategies and became a sought after speaker. He attained a diplomate in Chiropractic Clinical Neurology by the American Board of Chiropractic Neurology and was later awarded a fellowship by the International Academy of Chiropractic Neurology. He also attained full professorship in Clinical Neurology at Parker University and went on to receive several distinguished faculty awards over a span of 27 years. He has advanced post-doctoral certifications in spinal trauma, brain traumatology, technique/rehabilitation, and concussion. He was awarded a fellow by the American Board of Disability Analysts in 2016. He has published numerous peer-reviewed scientific papers on topics from Frozen Shoulder, Pulse Oximetry, Mind-Body approach to Flexibility, Lumbar Radiculopathy and Chiropractic, Off-Vertical Axial Rotation Device, Concussion, and many other clinical topics. He has presented research at scientific congresses throughout the US, Europe, and Australia. He has also presented his widely acclaimed “Functional Neurology for Practicing Chiropractors” series around the world for the past 15 years. He is a team presenter for the ICPA and his course is Developmental Neurobiology. He is a certified Instructor in the OTZ Method of Analysis and Management. For three years, 2014-2017 he was the Executive Director of the NeuroLife Institute at Life University in Marietta, GA where he and his team managed complex neurological cases, sports related concussions, mTBI, autoimmune disorders, while also contributing to research publications and presentations. Today, he enjoys chiropractic practice, functional neurology, an active outdoor lifestyle with his family and is always looking for a new adventure!
Amanda’s chiropractic journey began at a young age. As a high school athlete, she began experiencing pain in her knee. Only a week away from having surgery, the thought came up “why not see what the chiropractor can do?” After only TWO visits, the knee pain subsided, and surgery was avoided. This was an “ah ha” moment for her, really showing her the power of chiropractic.
Throughout the years, Amanda learned that chiropractic isn’t just about pain. She found herself in a stressful season of life. Her health was taking a nosedive. With two young kiddos to care for, something needed to change. Being exhausted all day, having anxiety that would come out of nowhere, poor digestion and constant headaches eventually lead to a diagnosis of Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis and adrenal fatigue. Dr. Hall was able to get her on a path to health and vitality. She will tell you she is still a work in progress and pushing to achieve more each and every day. One things for sure, keeping her spine aligned and head “on straight” (quite literally) has been paramount in her healing.
Amanda’s own life changing path with chiropractic has created a deep sense of urgency to get the message across to all ladies! There is hope and healing to be had!
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Lewisville, Texas 75067
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