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Carol Phillips BA, DC

Carol Phillips BA, DC

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Dr. Carol J Phillips is a chiropractic educator and specialist in maternal/child care who has provided more than 15,000 hours of post-graduate training for chiropractors on pregnancy, pediatrics and Craniosacral therapy. In 1995, she founded the Dynamic Body Balancing Technique Workshops and has taught a 100-hr workshop series for the National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork for 20 years. Dr. Phillips completed an Associate Degree in Child Development in 1981; a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree in 1987; and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Human Service Administration in 1993. Dr. Phillips served as a pediatric instructor at Northwestern Health Sciences University while maintaining a pediatric practice at the Wolf-Harris Center for Clinical Studies from 1990-1993. She left to enter private practice and to teach post-graduate seminars for chiropractic associations, universities and national and international organizations. 1n 1998, Dr. Phillips founded New Dawn Publishing and in 2000 published Hands of Love: Seven Steps to the Miracle of Birth. In 2001, she completed the production of Hands of Love: Witnessing the Miracle of Birth, followed by two workshop DVD’s. Dr. Phillips formally retired from active practice in 1918 and now teaches DBB workshops full time in MN, TX and FL. Side Note for Autism One interview: My first work with autistic children was in 1975 while working as a teacher’s aide in a school for emotionally/behaviorly disturbed children. After watching a 10 year old come out of his “autistic” state as an 18 mo old after starting chiropractic care, I was hooked. Later, as autism was on the rise, I worked with classrooms of children labeled “autistic” at the University of MN in 1990. Eventually, I spent the next 25 years working with autistic children in my chiropractic practice as the number of children continued to rise at a dramatic rate compared to the 1 in 10,000 that we had in 1975. Dynamic Body Balancing grew out of my craniosacral practice and was an ideal adjunct to my regular chiropractic adjusting skills.

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