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Dr. Bradley Morris has been a practicing chiropractor since 2000. He is a graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic at Logan University in St. Louis, Missouri. As a student at Logan, Dr. Morris earned the Health Center Achievement Award and achieved a place on the Dean’s List for outstanding academic performance.
Since beginning his career as a chiropractor, Dr. Morris has pursued extensive post-graduate training in Trigenics Myoneural Medicine, has attended the American Functional Neurology Institute, and has completed Apex courses on Functional Blood Chemistry and Mastering the Thyroid.
Dr. Morris is currently studying at the Carrick Institute of Neurology and Functional Medicine University. He attends monthly seminars about neurology, the treatment of various chronic conditions, functional medicine and nutrition. Along with his experience in traditional chiropractic care, Dr. Morris has developed exceptional skills in:
Neuro-kinetic, sensorimotor assessment, treatment and training systems which
instantly relieves pain and increases strength and movement
“What I love most about my practice, is my ability to help people figure out the root cause of chronic conditions such as autoimmunity, thyroid disorders, weight problems, and undiagnosed pain syndromes and health problems. When we discover the source of the problem, we can treat it and help patients feel better than they ever thought was possible.”
Dr. Morris in the author of the book, “Pain Is Not A Lifestyle”. It is a compilation of what Dr Morris has learned in the past 16 years of practice. It discusses not only chiropractic, but also nutrition and neurometabolic treatments, for ways to lead a healthier way of life.
Dr. Morris is a member of the American Chiropractic Association, the South Carolina Chiropractic Association, the Missouri Chiropractic Association, and the Foundation for Chiropractic Education and Research. His professional designations include:
In his free time, Dr. Morris loves spending time with his wife, Barbara, and their three children, Abigail, Bradley II, and Zachary. He enjoys golfing, boating and traveling.