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Clinical Proficiency/Technique/Adjusting

On many of our mission trips we have a number of students attending who are in lower quarters, trimesters and semesters.Many of the students are not yet serving in the clinic of their college. These students are involved in the humanitarian component of our mission trips. They help out at the orphanage in many ways including interacting with the children, participating in soccer and other games and activities as well as taking part in our music program, our arts program and our leadership program.

The chiropractic students will also be provided a chiropractic clinical educational experience provided by Dr. Morgan and Dr. Henri Rosenblum. Dr. Rosenblum teaches chiropractic technique to the students who are not yet in clinic and attending the mission trip. Dr. Rosenblum graduated Palmer Chiropractic College 1988. He has been in private practice over 30 years, worked a number of years with Creating Wellness Alliance/Chiropractic Leadership. Dr. Rosenblum also taught clinical sciences at Life University from 1999-2002 and has served on 10 previous mission trips. Students will be instructed in motion and static palpation including an introduction to joint play analysis and Fixation theory (Gillet) with major emphasis placed on the spinal articulations. Chiropractic analysis as derived from Palmer package will include emphasis on set ups and correct line of drive covering cervical, dorsal, lumbar and pelvic areas. Full Spine, Diversified, Gonstead, and other techniques including non force, light force and extremity work will be addressed along with traction-leverage moves. We will provide the student with comprehensive training in the management of the vertebral subluxation complex as it applies to special populations including pediatrics, pregnant women, geriatrics and management of the physically disabled patient.


Dr. Peter Morgan oversees the clinical work for doctors and clinic students during the mission trip.


Peter Morgan, D.C. is the founder and executive director of Mission Life International Foundation; A 501 (c) (3) Not-for-profit private foundation. Mission Life International Foundation which provides free care to underprivileged children and people in third world countries. Mission Life International Foundation has served over 550,000 youngsters and over 1,950,000 people in this capacity.​


Dr. Morgan is Co-Founder and Executive Director of Mission Life International Family Orphanage. He is also a Board Member of the World Chiropractic Alliance and New York Chiropractic Council. Dr. Morgan is the Chiropractic representative to the United Nations NGO/DPI Division. 


Dr. Morgan has 35 years of experience as a chiropractor, meditation instructor, and expert in the eastern healing and spiritual arts.


With his unique approach, taught by DD Palmer, to adjusting the osseous structures and restoring tone to the nervous system, Dr. Peter Morgan has helped thousands of patients overcome a wide range of health issues, including cancer, chronic pain, depression and anxiety, chronic fatigue, insomnia, weight issues, job burnout, and stress.


A pioneer in the field of mind-body-spiritual-physical, Dr. Morgan continues to lead all kinds of healers to third world countries all over the world to help restore tone to our planet. 

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