About Dr. Chris Moran
Dr. Chris Moran received his BS degree in Physical Therapy / Physical Education from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey in 1984. While pursuing his dream of playing professional baseball, Chris injured his low back. After other medical treatments failed, the University’s soccer team physician, a Chiropractor, helped resolve the source of Chris’ injury, allowing him to follow his dream professionally. After his baseball career, Chris attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, and graduated as a Chiropractic Physician in 1988. Dr. Moran moved to Denver, Colorado where he was first to utilize moving x-ray technology (digital videofluoroscopy) for the evaluation of spinal biomechanics.
Dr. Moran’s interest in nutrition led to Residency training at True North Health Center, an interdisciplinary live-in Health Education Center now located in Santa Rosa, California.
Dr. Moran became a founding partner at Whole Health Traverse City where he specializes in functional neurology and the clinical application of Trigenics, a revolutionary neurologically-based treatment system that reconnects the brain with the rest of the body, immediately reducing pain and increasing range of motion and function. Dr. Moran now specializes in chronic knee and shoulder pain. He is also certified in Chronic Intractable Pain and Neuropathy from American College of Physical Medicine
"Health is not valued till sickness comes."
- Thomas Fuller
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