Dr. Jeffrey Tucker dc dacrb - president
Dr. Jeffrey Tucker is a past recipient of the American Chiropractic Association Rehabilitation Council Doctor of the Year award. He has a post graduate Diplomate degree in Rehabilitation and is certified in soft tissue and spinal trauma, golf injury prevention, and nutritional therapy. Dr. Tucker has instructed for well-known programs such as the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM - CES & PES), Functional Movement Screening (FMS), as well as numerous Colleges and Universities on the topics of posture, movement assessment, rehabilitation and healthy aging. He is on the education committee for the Performance Health Corporation. He is author of more than 100 articles and publications on soft tissue injuries, exercise rehabilitation and healthy aging. He contributed to the book Essentials of Corrective Exercise.
Dr. Tucker is in active private practice in Los Angeles, CA. He is known for using innovative therapies including laser, PEMF, shockwave, SCENAR, lymphatics and deep muscle stimulation. His practice includes chronic pain therapy, posture training, conditioning, therapeutic exercise, muscle/soft-tissue therapy and diet/nutrition.
dr. amanda fisher dc ccsp - vice president
dr. scott schreiber dc dacrb - treasurer
dr. abbey crouse dc ccsp - secretary
Dr. Abbey Crouse is a Palmer College of Chiropractic Davenport graduate with a background in Biological Engineering and biomechanics from The Ohio State University. Dr. Abbey provides chiropractic care to patients of all ages including babies and children, pregnant mothers, and athletes. Her passion for functional wellness is reflected in the specialty techniques she offers including functional rehabilitation therapy/FMS, soft tissue techniques (active release techniques, Graston/instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM), trigger point therapy, Dynamic Neuromuscular Stimulation (DNS), BirthFit functional progressions, RockTape/kinesiology taping, nutrition, and extremity adjusting. As a former high school athlete, golfer, dancer, and yoga enthusiast, Dr. Abbey encourages healthy, active lifestyles and appreciates how an optimally functioning body benefits performance as well as everyday life. She has been active with the ACA Rehab Council since 2009 and is excited and honored to serve on the executive council.
Our officers exhibit a high level of dedication and service to the profession, and we are excited to see who will be the next leaders! To run for an officer position, you must be a member in good standing (Rehab Council & ACA) for a minimum of 2 years and have served on one of our committees. Eligibility for President of the Rehab Council includes an additional service of at least 2 years as an Executive Council member.