Sunday, December 10, 2017
 

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 Mission Statement: Protecting the public by promoting excellence in chiropractic regulation through service to our member boards.

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 AndrewsPaul Andrews, LMT, CCCA
Paul Andrews started in the chiropractic profession in 1997 working for a chiropractor as an assistant and billing specialist. In 1999 through the encouragement of this doctor Paul started consulting for other local chiropractors in billing. Paul presented his first seminar for the Massachusetts Chiropractic Society in 1999 at their Fall Convention. In 2002 Paul opened Andrews Billing Solutions Inc. a billing company specializing in Chiropractic and Physical Therapy Billing.

In 2013 Paul partnered with Dr. Mark Davini and started TOP Education which is a company that specializes in Practice Management Tools for the Chiropractic Profession. TOP Education hosts Seminars and Webinars in Practice Management, Billing, Documentation, Compliance and Coding as well as consulting services, support, Chiropractic Assistant Training and a digital compliance manual unique to the profession.

Paul also is the Chairman of the Massachusetts State Cosmetology Board, Board Member for the Massachusetts State Massage Therapy Board, Member of the Town of Mashpee, Massachusetts Board of Assessors, and a Massachusetts State Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) and is a Certified Chiropractic Clinical Assistant (CCCA).
 CaldicottCatherine V. Caldicott, MD, FACP
Dr. Caldicott is Program Director of the Professional/Problem-Based Ethics (ProBE) Program, where she has been on the faculty since 2007. Previously she taught bioethics to healthcare professionals and trainees of many clinical disciplines at the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI) and SUNY Upstate Medical University (Syracuse, NY). She retired as an Associate Professor of Bioethics and Humanities and Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at Upstate, where she also chaired the University Hospital Ethics Committee and was a Senior Ethics Consultant. Her research covers medical student and physician moral reasoning and judgment, interdisciplinary bioethics education, and healthcare professional communication regarding patients. Her publications appear in Academic Medicine, Annals of Internal Medicine, Medical Education, and other peer-reviewed journals.

A graduate of Princeton University and Dartmouth Medical School, Dr. Caldicott completed her internal medicine internship at Yale and internal medicine residency at the University of Michigan, where subsequently she was a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholar.  
 Beth Carter

Ms. Carter has been Executive Director for the Oklahoma Board of Chiropractic Examiners since 2000 and has worked with the Board since 1999.  She is presently the Chair for the Chiropractic Board Administrators Committee.  


Dr. Maggie ColucciMaggie Colucci, DC
Dr. Colucci served two terms as the District IV Director of FCLB and currently holds the position of Treasurer.  She also serves as Chairs of both the PACE Committee and the Interjurisdictional Mobility Task Force.

A Chi Rho Theta graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic, Dr. Colucci holds a Chiropractic Sports Physician degree from New York Chiropractic College as well as sports injuries diplomates from NYCC and Los Angeles Chiropractic College.

Dr. Colucci is a current member and former president of the Chiropractic Physicians' Board of Nevada. 

In 2009, Dr. Colucci was named the Nevada Chiropractic Association Chiropractor of the Year
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Dr. Michael CoonMichael Coon, DC
FCLB District V Director and Board Chair, Dr. Michael Coon has been with the FCLB since 2011.  Prior to his service with the FCLB, Dr. Coon was a member of the South Carolina Board of Chiropractic Examiners. 

Dr. Coon is a diplomat of the American Academy of Pain Management and contributing member on the original Guide to the Chiropractic Profession (The Mercy Guidelines). 

Dr. Coon graduate Magna Cum Lauda from Life Chiropractic College in Georgia.
Davini Mark A. Davini, DC, DABCN
Dr. Davini is a 1977 graduate of the College of the Holy Cross and a 1981 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic. In addition to over 24 years in active practice, he holds a diplomate in chiropractic neurology.

Dr. Davini has served as Chairman of the MA Board of Registration of Chiropractors, Vice-President of Public Information and Education and Chairman of the Ethics Committee for the MCS. Dr. Davini has lectured for various state and national associations continuing education programs to include chiropractors, nurses, dentists, the Council on Licensing, Enforcement and Regulation for the Commonwealth of MA, and 2nd and 3rd year medical students at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.

Dr. Davini currently serves as a Compliance Auditor/Clinical Monitor for chiropractors and physical therapists. Additionally, Dr. Davini is active as a medical legal expert for chiropractors and physical therapists. Dr. Davini was awarded 2 U.S. Patents for the “M-Brace” support for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and was honored as “Chiropractor of the Year by the Massachusetts Chiropractic Society in 1996. Dr. Davini serves as Chairman of the Finance Committee for the Town of Mashpee.

In 2013 Dr. Davini partnered with Paul Andrews and started T.O.P. Education to support the chiropractic profession with seminars, webinars and in-office consulting in the areas or Compliance, Record Keeping, Billing, Clinical Chiropractic Assistants training . 
 Ms. Cathy EberhartCathy Eberhart

Cathy Eberhart is the Director of the Department of Undergraduate Studies at Palmer College of Chiropractic, Davenport, IA.  As such, she oversees the Chiropractic Technology Degree Program (AAS), a program that has been comprehensively training chiropractic assistants since 1966.  Ms. Eberhart graduated from Mount St. Clare College in 1989 with B.A. degree double major in accounting and business administration and earned her M.B.A. from St. Ambrose University in 1996.  From 1989 to 2003 she was a small business consultant for Dun & Bradstreet Corporation.  Prior to being appointed director of the Palmer College Undergraduate Department, Ms. Eberhart was an instructor in the AAS and BS programs. 

Ms. Eberhart presented a platform presentation entitled “Predictors of Success in a Chiropractic Technology Program” at the 2008 ACC-RAC Conference.   She is the primary author of a paper published in the March 2015 edition of the Journal of Chiropractic Education entitled “Utilizing doctors’ attitudes towards staff training to inform a chiropractic technology curriculum”.  Additionally, Ms. Eberhart co-authored research presented at the 2015 ACC-RAC Conference entitled “Changes in state regulation pertaining to chiropractic staff”.

Judi Gerstung, DC

Dr. Judi Gerstung is the Executive Director of the Ethics and Boundaries Assessment Services, LLC (EBAS) which provides a computerized E&B essay examination as a tool to assess a sanctioned licensee’s understanding of ethical and boundary issues.  EBAS was established in 2013 to support multi-disciplinary regulatory agencies in their adjudication processes.  With the launch of EBAS, Dr. Judi has made it her mission to increase utilization of this E&B essay examination by chiropractic as well as non-chiropractic agencies.  Prior to her appointment as Executive Director of EBAS, and since 1999, she worked as a Senior Chiropractic Specialist at the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE) and was involved in the development and administration of their high-stakes, practical licensure examination (Part IV). 

Dr. Amy Hayek Amy Hayek, DVM and Bill Ormston, DVM
Dr. Ormston and Dr. Hayek are a team of veterinarians who practice in 7 states.  They own and operate Animal Chiropractic Education Source, the first school through which doctors can become certified in Animal Chiropractic via online studies. 

Though they are both licensed veterinarians, their practice is limited to hands-on chiropractic work, allowing the body of the animal to do what it does best without the interference of chemicals. 

Find more about them at www.hyhh.tv.  Have your veterinarians take their courses at www.animalchiropracticeducation.com


H. W. Hulteen, DC
A long-term practitioner, regulator, and educator, Dr. Hulteen brings vast experience and a dedication to service that he willingly shares with the FCLB community.

Dr. Hulteen's extensive service to chiropractic regulation began with the South Carolina Board of Chiropractic Examiners where he served seven terms as chair.  Dr. Hulteen has also served multiple terms on the FCLB Board of Directors and was recently elected to the NBCE board as well. 

With more than four decades in practice and multiple awards for leadership and service, Dr. Hulteen has become an annual meeting icon for the FCLB. 

Dr Thomas KlappThomas Klapp, DC

Dr. Tom Klapp is a 1979 graduate of Life Chiropractic College. He has been in practice in Ann Arbor, Michigan for thirty-five years.

Dr. Klapp is currently the Chairman of the Michigan Board of Chiropractic

Dr. Klapp serves on the Life University Board of Trustees

Dr. Klapp has held leadership positions in various chiropractic associations.

  • He is a Past President of the Congress of Chiropractic State Associations (C.O.C.S.A.).
  • He has served on the Board of Directors of the International Chiropractors Association
  • He was the first Chairman of the Board of the Michigan Association of Chiropractors (MAC).
  • He was the President of the Michigan Chiropractic Association.

Dr. Klapp has authored two books and several articles

Dr. Klapp has received numerous awards, honors and accolades including:

  • Michigan Chiropractor of the Year in 2007, 2006 and 1993.
Dr. Ben LurieBenjamin S. Lurie, DC

Dr Benjamin S. Lurie is the current President of the Chiropractic Physicians Board of Nevada and the CEO of The Neck and Back Clinics in Las Vegas, Nevada.  He received his B.S. from Southern Utah University and his D.C. from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2001.  He was awarded the Clinical Excellence Award and two Certificate of Merit for student teaching NMS and Technique while attending Palmer.  Dr. Lurie served as a member of the Ethics Board as a student member from 1996 – 2000.   Dr. Lurie obtained his Certificate in Spinal Trauma from Life West University and has and advanced Certificate in Whiplash and Biomechanics from the Spine Research Institute of San Diego, Dr Arthur Croft..  Dr. Lurie also serves as the Vice Vice President of The Boys and Girls Club of Southern Nevada.  When Dr. Lurie is not seeing patients, he loves to spend his time with his family as well as watching both college and professional football.


Paul Morin, DC

Dr. Morin is the Chairman of the Maine Board of Chiropractic Licensure. He currently serves as the District III Director and Vice President of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners. He has served as the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Board’s Parliamentarian since 2008.

Dr. Morin’s parliamentary experience started in 1982 when he served as the Parliamentarian to the Palmer College Student Council for two years. He also served as the Parliamentarian to the World Congress of Chiropractic Student’s Annual Meeting. Running efficient and effective meetings led him to complete the membership examination of the National Association of Parliamentarians (NAP) in 2007. In 2008, after taking a preparatory course through the University of Wisconsin, he successfully passed the NAP examination to become a Registered Parliamentarian (RP). He served as President of the Maine Association of Parliamentarians from 2009 to 2012. He is a member-at-large of the New England Association of Parliamentarians. He has shared his parliamentary expertise with the NBCE, FCLB, a number of State Chiropractic Regulatory Boards and the American Nursing Association-Maine.

Laurie Mueller, BA, DC

Dr. Laurie Mueller is the CEO of Impact Writing Solutions. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Iowa State University in 1990 and earned her Doctorate in Chiropractic from Palmer College in Davenport, Iowa. She is currently earning her Certification in Functional Medicine.

Dr. Mueller served in private practice in San Diego, California, was Dean of e-Learning for the Eastern Iowa College District, was the post-graduate director for Palmer College for 11 years, served as the ACC post-grad subcommittee chair for 6 years, peer-reviewed for the RAC, wrote the informal role determination study that aided in the development of FCLB’s guidelines for CA’s, served on testing committees, and has a regular column in The American Chiropractor magazine’s  quarterly CA Supplement. She collaborates with colleges, boards, associations, national non-profits, and health oriented companies to implement online learning initiatives for doctors, assistants, and lay people.  Dr. Mueller is a clinician, professional educator, and a recognized expert in online medical education pedagogy.


NovelliTimothy Novelli, DC  Founder
About The Patriot Project:
The Patriot Project is a grass roots movement to provide chiropractic care to all Active Military, their Families, Wounded Warriors & All Gold Star Dependents. Chiropractic care is included in veteran's health benefits but has not been made readily available for all Wounded Warriors. Many of the ailments currently being treated largely with pain medication and psychotropic drugs but can be relieved more conservatively with chiropractic care. It is important to offer our active duty non-drug, non-surgical options for their painful conditions and Doctors of Chiropractic offer such care with attention to the optimum function and health of the whole person. The Patriot Project aims to make chiropractic care readily available for ALL active duty personnel, Military Veterans & their Families including all Gold Star Dependents. With adequate funding, The Patriot Project will include a USO-type chiropractic care tour, visiting military bases around the world including Afghanistan and Iraq including all active forward operating bases. The Patriot Project is determined to have chiropractic physicians commissioned in the military similarly to the commissioning of other physicians - MD/DOs. The Patriot Project is determined to have active Chiropractic care available in all VA Hospitals across the USA. This will ensure the choice of conservative chiropractic care and ready access for all active duty to non-drug, non-surgical options.
Lawrence O'Connor, DC

Dr. O'Connor is the FCLB Past President, past Chairman of the CIN-BAD Committee, Financial Committee, and Government Affairs Committee. As chairman of the Governmental Affairs Committee he has established a working relationship with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) benefiting the member state boards in their pursuit to eliminate criminal behavior. 

Additionally, Dr. O’Connor is a member of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners Board of Directors and is serving on the CCE presidential search committee.

Dr. O’Connor is the delegate to FCLB from the state of New Jersey where he is an active board member and past president participating on the following past and present committees: rules and regulations, intra-board relations, new licensee examination, preliminary investigative committee, college inspection and NBCE alternate delegate. He is currently entering his ninth year on the New Jersey State Board of Chiropractic Examiners.

On a federal level, Dr. O’Connor has participated in directing prominent researchers from around the country to establish new testing methods and regulations to the U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway, Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety to prevent whiplash injuries. He has been instrumental introducing new technologies to the U.S. Department of Energy promoting efficient energy sources for the future. 

Dr. O’Connor is enjoying a 30 year career as a chiropractor with his wife Rita and their three daughters.

LeRoy Otto, DC
Dr. Otto graduated from Palmer Chiropractic College in 1976. He became an associate with his life-long mentor Dr. Fred Barge until 1979, participating in the research and publications of the books Tortipelvis, Torticollis,and Scoliosis. He has been a post-graduate faculty member of Palmer Chiropractic College and founded two offices in Lake City, Minnesota and Red Wing, Minnesota where he still practices six days a week.

Dr. Otto is past chairman of the Lake City Chamber of Commerce's Civic and Tourism Committee and past president and board chairman. Dr.Otto has been appointed five times to the Minnesota Board of Chiropractic Examiners (MBCE) by four different governors and has been its president. He was elected as an alternate director,a district director, the chairman of the board ,treasurer, vice president, and president of the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards (FCLB). He has been a chief examiner for the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE) and currently is an appointed member of the NBCE Board and serves as liaison for the Part IV examination.

 SpicerLarry Spicer, DC
Dr. Spicer has been in the health care profession for 45 years as a lecturer, author, educator, practitioner, and regulator. Dr. Spicer has taught many health care subjects including radiation physics, anatomy, physiology, and chiropractic technique, as well as regulatory and professional boundary issues. He has taught throughout the country and in many other parts of the world including Japan and Korea, where he was one of the instructors for the medical component of the Korean Olympic Committee preparing for the 1988 Olympics. Dr. Spicer is currently serves in his 23rd year as the Executive Director of the Minnesota Board of Chiropractic Examiners, and was the 2003 recipient of the FCLB’s George Arvidson Award. Dr. Spicer also currently serves as the Executive Fellow Director to the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards.
Leann YountLeann Yount

Ms. Yount has been the Program Administrator to the Washington Chiropractic Quality Assurance Commission since 2006.  She has worked in the regulatory arena since 1999 with various professions, such as Medical Doctors, Nurses, Counselors, Sex Offender Treatment Providers, Audiologist, Speech Language Pathologists, and Hearing Instrument Fitter Dispensers. She is presently the Co-Chair for the Chiropractic Board Administrators Committee.


 


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