James R. Muldoon, DC, DACNB

Chiropractor

 

Thank you for visiting NeuroLogic Chiropractic Care.

 

After working in multiple locations with various doctors and attending hundreds of hours in chiropractic neurology, I have started a practice of my own. Utilizing NeuroLogic Chiropractic Care, I strive to always learn, stay humble and continue to research techniques to improve my patient’s quality of life.

Career Background

I obtained my bachelors degree from the University of Michigan in Movement Science. A movement science degree consists of multiple classes in anatomy, physiology, biomechanics and other areas related to the human body.  While at Michigan, I wrestled for the Wolverines and had multiple friends go through spinal surgery due to the nature of the sport. With my involvement in athletics I had planned to become a physical therapist, but that all changed. After spending two weeks with my life-long chiropractor, I knew my path was changed. I had been under chiropractic care since I was 5, but never realized the importance of it until my internship. Shortly after graduating from Michigan, I moved to Marietta, GA and attended Life University to become a chiropractor. With a few months left before graduating, I enrolled into the Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies.  After years of modules all over the U.S. and sitting for the board exam, I became a Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board.

 

Family Life

I have been married to my wonderful wife Christy for over 6 years. We now live in Waterford, MI and are both glad to be back in Michigan around our family and friends. We have been blessed with our two kids, Chloe and Cullen.


Education

Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology Movement Science

     University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MI

Doctor of Chiropractic

     Life University, Marietta GA

Diplomate of American Chiropractic Neurology Board

     Carrick Institue for Graduate Studies

Board Eligible Diplomate in Childhood Developmental Disorders

     Carrick Institue for Graduate Studies