Claudia Anrig, DC
Dr. Claudia Anrig has been in full-time practice for the past 30 years and is the founder of the first comprehensive pediatric program and community outreach, Peter Pan Potential. She also personally mentors chiropractors with a dream of growing their family wellness practice in the Generations coaching program. She is the past president and served for 25 years on the board of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association; and is on the post-graduate faculty of Life University. She received the 1997 Chiropractor of the Year Award from the World Chiropractic Association, Fellow of the International Chiropractic Association (ICA) in 1997, and Distinguished Service from the ICA in 1998. Dr. Claudia Anrig’s textbook, Pediatric Chiropractic, is the first of its kind and is the fastest selling textbook in chiropractic history.
Scott Sawyer, DC
Dr. Scott Sawyer originally got his passion for helping people from his mother, a local hospital nurse of more than twenty-five years. He graduated from Palmer Chiropractic College, the oldest and most prestigious chiropractic college in the world, and has been in active practice since 1996. Dr. Sawyer has been acknowledged by his colleagues for having developed one of the most advanced systems of patient care in the profession. He is recognized nationwide as a leading authority amongst both medical and chiropractic doctors.
Tim Young, DC
Dr. Tim Young was born and raised in Springfield, MO. After graduating in 1994 from Cleveland Chiropractic School in Kansas City, MO, Dr. Young and his family relocated to Oklahoma City where he began his own practice, Young Chiropractic.
Dr. Young is currently the Founder and President of The Oklahoma Chiropractors’ Association, Founder and President of the national chiropractic education seminar company FocusOKC, as well as the Co-Founder of Next Level Chiropractic Development company.
Rebecca Lindesmith, DC
Dr. Rebecca Lindesmith earned her Doctorate of Chiropractic Degree from Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City in 2012. While at CCC, she served in many distinct roles including Campus Ambassador, VP of the Women’s Chiro Club, and Lead seminar representative for the Acupuncture Society of America seminars for 4 years. In another role, Dr. Rebecca was the chiropractic assistant for the founder of the Acupuncture Society of America, Dr. Richard Yennie, DC throughout her 4 years at CCCKC. Her love for chiropractic was cemented from the physical, emotional, and spiritual improvements she saw in others' lives as a chiropractic assistant. Dr. Rebecca is now serving as the new chiropractor and owner at Austin Longevity Center.
Brad Glowaki, DC
As the two-time President of the Seal Beach Chamber of Commerce, Dr. Brad Glowaki has combined his pro-business philosophy, and expertise in wellness, to now help corporations institute wellness programs.
As an International speaker, he frequents Europe to host educational forums to share his knowledge with other doctors, and he is often a key note speaker to 1,000 doctors or more at one time. He is witty, fun, and believes in Edu-taining (educating and entertaining at the same time). As an effective communicator, he knows beliefs dictate behavior, and actively engages his audiences to change their beliefs.
Billy DeMoss, DC
Dr. Billy DeMoss is the owner and lead chiropractor at DeMoss Chiropractic. His goal as a chiropractor is to educate and empower people with an understanding of how the human body functions so that wise decisions can be made about their health and well-being. Dr. Billy lives and works to encourage people to lead healthier and happier lives. He believes the greatest wealth of all is health.
He graduated from Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 1985 and is certified in Chiropractic Spinal Trauma and BioPhysics. He has worked hard to keep doors open for the community of Newport Beach for 26 years because he truly cares about his practice and is confident that chiropractic care is right for everyone.