Michael W. Hall, DC, DABCN, FIACN has been practicing chiropractic and teaching clinical neurology since he graduated from Parker College of Chiropractic in 1990. Immediately after graduation, he underwent post-doctoral training in orthopedics and clinical neurology. In 1993, he attained Diplomat status with the American Board of Chiropractic Neurology. Through the years, while maintaining both a full-time teaching and clinical practice schedule, he was awarded a full professorship in Clinical Neurology at Parker University (2006) and a Fellow by the International Academy of Chiropractic Neurology (2008). He has gone on to receive multiple awards such as faculty of the year, chiropractic neurologist of the year, distinguished faculty, researcher, and mentor appreciation awards. He is also the founder and developer of BrainDC - a recognized resource for patients and doctors seeking his expertise in functional neurology.
Dr. Hall has had an incredible practice career providing chiropractic and functional neurology services for patients from all over the world. While primarily practicing in North Texas, Dr. Hall was the Executive Director of the NeuroLife Institute, Life University in Marietta, GA from 2014-2017. He and his team provided advanced care for complex neurological cases, professional athletes and children with special needs. In addition to teaching and practicing, Dr. Hall has published and presented multiple scientific papers in the areas of frozen shoulder, concussive injuries, oximetry, mind-body work and clinical case reports at conferences globally.
In addition to his professional obligations, Dr. Hall enjoys being actively engaged in his North Texas community, his church, youth athletics and all things outdoors with his family. He has an enthusiastic passion for life and adventure.
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