Ramneek S. Bhogal, BS, DC, DABCI
Since graduating from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2002, Dr. Bhogal has been active in both education and private practice. He currently holds the title of Professor and is the current Chair of Technique at Life Chiropractic College West. His diverse academic and curricular focus revolves around chiropractic technique, pediatrics, and neuromuscular skeletal diagnosis. Dr. Bhogal is extremely active with student leadership organizations and is well recognized for his excellence in educational instruction.
His focus in practice is complex case management with an emphasis on educating the patient about their role in the functional medicine healing process. He works, in large part, with patients who are frustrated with ‘complex diagnoses’ and empowers them with chiropractic and with placing a powerful emphasis on wellness and lifestyle management.
Dr. Bhogal is published in The Journal of Manipulative and Physiologic Therapeutics having researched the use of force transducers with chiropractic technique training. He also was published in the Journal of Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics for his work with the Gut-Brain Axis and Autism related disorders in children. He often speaks at conferences and symposia on topics related to health and wellness.
In 2010 he and his wife established Peak Potential Outreach, an international non-profit organization committed to bringing healthcare to the globally underprivileged. In collaboration with Shriner’s Hospitals for Children, they lead health care teams to under served populations around the world. In his spare time, he enjoys working on cars and traveling.
Joseph Birdwell, DC
Dr. Birdwell received his BA degree from the University of Texas and a Masters of Arts from the University of Arizona. Before receiving his doctorate of chiropractic in 1984 from Texas Chiropractic College, Dr. Birdwell’s profession was teaching in secondary education in the state of Texas with a focus on history and English. After turning his focus on a career within the health care profession, he practiced in a multi-disciplinary setting for thirty years before retiring in 2014. Dr. Birdwell is also an accomplished pianist who performs primarily within the church he belongs.