Patricia Gregg, D.C., D.C.C.J.P
She has passed Level II Certification by the NUCCA Board and is currently a Certification Candidate for Level III. She served on the NUCCA Board for 8 years and in previous years taught biomechanics, X-ray analysis, and adjusting steps at the NUCCA conferences. She has also taught the NUCCA elective at Palmer College. Dr. Gregg recently completed her Diplomate in Chiropractic Cranial Cervical Junction Procedures (DCCJP), a 3 year course with in depth studies of the brainstem (the cranial cervical junction).
Dr. Gregg says she’s frequently asked about how she became interested in chiropractic care and NUCCA in particular. She replies, “In my first year of undergraduate studies at the age of 18, I was home for the Christmas holidays. While out sledding with friends on a country road, I was run over by a Dodge 4×4. Although I had no apparent “serious” injuries, a few months later my body started to break down and give out. Anxiety, sciatica, dystonia, severe neck and back pain were a few of the problems I started to experience.
After seeing alternative providers for 5 years after the accident, it was only after I had my first NUCCA adjustment that my health and my life started to come back.”She absolutely loves what she does and is grateful for the blessing of being able to share this with people. Away from the office, she is active in Heartwork, a process which allows one to open their heart and be present in each moment. She enjoys her deep meditation practice as well as Qigong.
Sheneaka Jackson, D.C.
Dr. Sheneaka Jackson is a graduate from Life University completing her Doctorate Degree in Chiropractic in 2000. She completed her undergraduate at South Carolina State University in 1996 with a Bachelors of Science in Biology. Dr. Jackson also served in the United States Army from 2002 - 2006 with the 31st Combat Support Hospital (The CSH) at Ft. Bliss. She has been serving as a chiropractor in the Austin area for over 15 years.
Dr. Jackson is certified in Webster's technique and specializes in another Upper Cervical Chiropractic Techniques, similar to NUCCA, called Orthospinology.
She is passionate about teaching chiropractors the Orthospinology Technique and has taught x-ray placement to the x-ray technician students at the College of Health Care Profession. Dr. Jackson is also the mother of a college student who suffered for years with chronic ear infections as an infant. After seeing such a turn around in his health from Upper Cervical care, she vowed to help infants as well as people in their golden years to have optimal health with chiropractic care. She is currently working on her Applied Clinical Nutrition Certification.
In her free time, Dr. Jackson loves running with her son in local 5K’s and Half-Marathons, photography, any outdoor activities and reading.