Dr. Stephen Dyess graduated from Texas Chiropractic College with honors for academic recognition in 1987. After leaving an 18 year private practice in 2006, he took a position as attending clinician in TCC’s outpatient clinic, the Moody Health Center, where he guides and oversees interns in their final stages of education before graduation. Dr. Dyess has many postgraduate certifications including Chiropractic Sports Practitioner, CPR instructor, Graston Technique, Kinesio Taping, Acupuncture, Activator and much more. Dr. Dyess is also a licensed respiratory therapist.
Dr. Kimary Farrar graduated from Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 1984. She went on to obtain her CCSP and then her diplomat in sport injuries (D.A.C.B.S.P.) in 1995. She further expanded her education by obtaining a Master of Science degree in kinesiology with a track emphasis in gerokinesiology from California State University Fullerton. She has experience working as a balance and mobility and fall prevention specialist for older adults and has trained at the Center for Successful Aging in Fullerton, California. Dr. Farrar has 22 years of practice experience and 25 years teaching experience. She is presently a professor at the Texas Chiropractic College. Her courses include Older Adult Health and Wellness as well as Upper Extremity Biomechanics. Dr. Farrar has published in various peer reviewed journals on topics of neuromuscular re-education and treating athletes. She recently presented her work on sensory impairment in regards to balance and functional limitations in older adults at the 2011 ACA-RAC conference. She contributed to the Delphi panel on the formulation of “Guideline for Treatment of Older Adults” published in 2010.
Graduate of Texas A&M University with a BS in Biomedical Sciences (1996) and Texas Chiropractic College with a Doctorate of Chiropractic (2000). Certified as a Strength & Conditioning Specialist (2000), Chiropractic Sports Physician (2005), and Triathlon Coach (2007). Specializes in non-traumatic, repetitive, overuse sports injuries. Developed an evidence and outcome based method called Functional Athletic Sports Therapy (F.A.S.T.) for reducing the risk, resolution and recurrence rate of overuse sports injuries. He has had the opportunity to work with multiple athletes from the Professional Level (NFL, NBA, WNBA, PGA, ATP, USA-Triathlon, USA-Track & Field, USA-Cycling & RAAM) to the Non-Professional Level (NCAA, High School & Recreational). He has also had the opportunity to serve as an overuse injury specialist for the Rice, HBU & Vanderbilt Sports Medicine Teams (2003-2012). He has taught lectures for multiple Sports Clubs/Teams as well as for the National Strength & Conditioning Association and the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians. His lectures focus on early recognition and proactive prevention of overuse sports injuries.
Dr. Dave Juehring is the Resident Director of the Palmer Chiropractic Rehabilitation Residency and Director of the Rehabilitation and Sport Injury Department at Palmer Chiropractic Clinics and holds a full professor position at the institution. He is a post graduate speaker on various rehabilitative and diagnostic topics for many continuing education programs and has been published on similar topics in text and numerous peer reviewed journals. He has been involved with the US Bobsled program and has been a team leader and coach for the 1994, 1998 and 2002 winter Olympic Games. Spanning his career, he has helped the program win many medals and championships, most notably a Gold medal for the women’s team and a Silver and Bronze for the men’s team at the 2002 games.
Dr Leduc graduated from Cleveland Chiropractic College, Kansas City in 1993 with a doctor of Chiropractic degree and also is a graduate of Parker University in Parkville Missouri with a BS in nutrition. She is certified in pediatric and obstetric with the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association since 2001 and she is also certified in Meridian Therapy. Dr Leduc has 20 years of experience in practice and 16 years of experience in teaching. Her practice is geared toward pregnant women and children. Dr Leduc is currently an associate professor at Texas Chiropractic College in Houston and teaches obstetrics, Gynecology and Pediatrics diagnosis.
Michele Quattlebaum is board certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. She has 28 years of trial experience in all areas of personal injury and products liability, including commercial trucking, construction, propane, premises liability (rape, murder, slip and fall) pest control, toxic tort, employment law, medical, chiropractic, hospital, dental, nursing home, and optometric malpractice. She has tried at least 100 cases to verdict in Texas, as well as Illinois, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Florida. She has also handled suits in many other states on a Pro Hac Vice basis. She is a member of the litigation and employment law sections of the Houston Bar Association, Texas Bar Association and the American Bar Association. She is admitted to practice in the United States District Courts for the Southern, Eastern and Western Districts of Texas, as well as the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas. She is a member of DRI, PLUS, and the Texas Association of Defense Counsel.
Dr. Rodgers brings his unique background in radiology and sports medicine into this license renewal series. He is in private practice at the Colorado Sports Chiropractic Center in Boulder, Colorado. He is board certified in sports medicine and a board-eligible chiropractic radiologist having completed a residency in radiology at Palmer Clinics and remains as post-graduate faculty in the sports physician programs. Dr. Rodgers has been nominated Colorado’s Sports Chiropractor of the Year numerous times. He currently serves as medical staff director for the Ironman/World Triathlon Corporation events. His personal interests include multisport outdoor sports where he is a former nationally ranked adventure racer and current member of the US Canoe and Kayak National Team.
As the Dean of Clinics at TCC, Dr. Barry Wiese is responsible for overseeing the quality of patient care and student education at the Moody Health Center and the Campus Health Clinic while working closely with the Dean of Academic Affairs to coordinate the clinic experience with the pre-clinical experience. Dr. Wiese received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1994 and his Master's of Science in Healthcare Administration and Management from Rosalind Franklin University in 2009. He additionally holds a diplomate in chiropractic neurology (IACN, 2000) and is both a certified chiropractic sports physician (ACA, 1999) and certified strength and conditioning specialist (NSCA, 1996). Dr. Wiese has been a valued member of the clinics at both New York Chiropractic College and Palmer and has also been successful in private practice. His teaching career began at Palmer, where he was an assistant professor and engaged in a three-year appointment as Clinical Resident in Neurology. At the end of his residency, Dr. Wiese was promoted to the position of Coordinator of Clinical Academics and Director of Clinical Residencies.
Dr. Lawrence Henry Wyatt, Jr., holds rank as Professor/Senior Faculty, Division of Clinical Sciences, Texas Chiropractic College. He has a private radiology practice and is a member of various editorial boards including Journal of the American Chiropractic Association and Chiropractic and Osteopathy. He is a peer-reviewer for JMPT, monthly columnist for the Journal of the American Chiropractic Association and is lead team member and consultant for the Council on Chiropractic Guidelines and Practice Parameters. He is the author of four well-known textbooks in the field of chiropractic and has written numerous publications and given numerous presentations. He is a member of the American Chiropractic Association, Texas Chiropractic Association, ACA Council on Diagnostic Imaging, and the American Chiropractic College of Radiology.