Chiropractic Physician

Dr. Stacy Fuller

Dr. Stacy Fuller is a 2015 graduate of National University of Health Sciences. During her time in school, she was trained in depth in the processes of examination and diagnosis. She also received up to date training in the areas of adjustive technique, rehabilitation, kinesiotaping, soft tissue therapy, gait analysis, nutrition and dynamic neuromuscular stabilization (DNS). As a recent graduate, Dr. Fuller is excited to continue her education in post-graduate work in the areas of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS), Active Release Technique (ART), women’s health (including pregnancy and post-natal care) and pediatric rehabilitation. Dr. Fuller feels that the mind and body connection plays a major role in health and wellness, so she utilizes her background in Psychology as often as she can. She believes this is the best approach to treating the patient as a whole verses simply treating their pain. Dr. Fuller lives in her hometown of Hobart, Indiana with her wonderful husband, amazing son and daughter and her two rowdy dogs Jack and Brady. She loves spending time with family and friends, reading and exercising.

Education

  • National University of Health Sciences Doctor of Chiropractic, August 20th, 2015
  • Adler School of Professional Psychology M.A. in Counseling Psychology June 2011
  • Indiana University  B.S. Psychology May 2008

CONTINUING EDUCATION

  • Motion Palpation Institute All Female Full Spine, NUHS, October 2011, Dr. Sarah Macchi, 12 hours
  • Motion Palpation Institute Lower Dynamic Movement Assessment, NUHS, March 2013, Dr. Corey Campbell, 12 hours
  • Motion Palpation Institute Upper Dynamic Movement Assessment, NUHS, June 2013, Dr. Brett Winchester, 12 hours
  • Motion Palpation Institute Master’s Series: Full Spine Analysis & Adjustive Technique, NUHS, September 2013, Dr. Mark King, 12 hours
  • Rehabilitation Diplomate Cervical and Thoracic Spine Assessment, Wheaton IL, May 2014, Dr. Thomas Solecki, 12 hours
  • Rehabilitation Diplomate Lumbopelvic Hip Complex, Wheaton IL, June 2014, Dr. Thomas Solecki, 12 hours
  • Rehabilitation Diplomate Upper Extremities, Wheaton IL, June 2014, Dr. Thomas Solecki, 12 hours
  • Rehabilitation Diplomate Lower Extremities, Wheaton IL, August 2014, Dr. Thomas Solecki, 12 hours
  • Rehabilitation Diplomate Postsurgical Rehabilitation for Knee, Spine, Ankle and Shoulder, Wheaton IL, September 2014, Dr. Thomas Solecki, 12 hours
  • Rehabilitation Diplomate Special Populations: Children, Women, Pregnant Women and Elderly, Wheaton IL, November 2014, Dr. Thomas Solecki, 12 hours
  • Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization Part A, NUHS, July 2014, Dr. Craig Morris, 18 hours
  • Active Release Technique, Full Body Certification, Colorado Springs, Dr. Michael Leahy, Jan 2016
  • Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization – Sports Course I, Skokie, March 2016, Zuzana Susan
  • Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization – Sports Course 2, Chicago, July 2016, Zuzana Susan
  • Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization – Sports Course 3, Columbus, Oct 2016, Zuzana Susan and Pavel Kolar
  • Perinatal Care: Webster Certification Course, Atlanta, Feb 2017, Jeanne Ohm
  • Neurodynamics Upper Quarter 1, March 2017, Michael Shacklock
  • Neurodynamics Lower Quarter 1, April 2017, Michael Shacklock

Upcoming Classes

  • Pediatric Seminar Series, NUHS

Certifications and Licensure

  • National Board of Chiropractic Examiners Certification
  • Completion of Parts I, II, III, IV and Physiotherapy 2013 & 2015
  • Certified Rock Tape Practitioner 2013
  • Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization Exercise Trainer (DNSET), Certified 2016
  • Webster Technique Certified, 2017

Professional Interests

  • Women’s Health
  • Pregnancy and Postnatal Care
  • Developmental Kinesiology
  • Biomechanics and Body Movement