Deepak Manral, DC
Dr. Manral graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic, in Davenport, Iowa, with the Chiropractic degree (Doctor of Chiropractic, DC) in October, 2002. Then, he started the 3 year post-graduate program of Chiropractic Family Practice in November, 2002 at National University of Health Sciences, Lombard, Illinois, with education and training in various clinical courses in the post-graduate program. Then, he started working as an Associate Chiropractor in various clinical settings, ranging from clinics that provided sole chiropractic service to clinics that provided multidisciplinary services. He is also trained in Clinical Nutrition program of 18 credit hours, then, trained in 150 credit hours of Electrodiagnostics (Nerve Conduction and Electromyography examination) program. Thus, he has been exposed to a great number of clinical cases of peripheral neuropathy and myopathy. He has been working at New Life Medical Center for the last 8 months, where he has been providing services to patients with musculoskeletal and peripheral nerve disorders, resulting from motor vehicle accident, work-place injury and other personal injuries. Thus, he has a great amount of experience in different components of Physical Medicine, Physical Therapy, Chiropractic, nutrition and peripheral neurology by being exposed to the clinical practice over the past 18 years. He has experience of achieving some miraculous results of patient care using his knowledge, skills and experience over the span of so many years.