Jonathan E. Woodward, D.C.

5353 Alpha Road Suite 110A, Dallas, TX 75240

Tel. 972-490-9888/ Fax 972-490-9830/ Cell 214-766-7432


Career Summary


So that you may know me, allow me to share my professional qualifications.

·     Dedicated DC offering eleven years of acute-care experience and solid credentials.

·     Well-versed in a broad range of manual programs, treatments and modalities restoring function and mitigating disability.

·     Great knowledge of injuries, illnesses, and defects. Excellent at patient assessment, time management and evidence based treatment program design/execution.

·     Effective at communicating diagnostic test results, diagnosis and proposed treatments in a manner easily understood by patients.

·     Solid knowledge of managing the operations of a chiropractic clinic.

·     Deeply committed to delivering quality care and achieving superior patient outcomes as a member of a multidisciplinary case-management team.

·     Demonstrated uncommon compassion for patient.




Parker College of Chiropractic

D.C. Doctorate of Chiropractic

09/01/97 – 09/08/00

Honors:  Graduated with Honors

Brigham Young University, Provo, UT

B.S. Biology

09/01/91 – 04/22/97*

Area of Concentration: Pre-Med

* Hiatus – 2 year volunteer service: Taipei, Taiwan


Licensing & Certifications


·     Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners – License #8755

Renewed Dec 1st annually.



·     National Board of Chiropractic Examiners – Parts I-II

·     National Board of Chiropractic Examiners – Parts III, IV & Physiotherapy





·     Heartsaver CPR AED certified

     Expires 12/30/2012, Renewed bi-annually.



Clinical Experience


Owner/ Director – Woodward Chiropractic, Dallas, TX


Clinical focus on musculoskeletal conditions with an emphasis on posture, exercise and prevention.

·     Take patients’ case history details, conduct physical examinations and interpret diagnostic imaging studies such as X-rays.

·     Customize and adapt conventional chiropractic techniques to meet the special needs of individual patients.

·     Treat patients with joint mobilization and chiropractic manipulation techniques to relieve pain, increase ROM, restore function, and prevent or lessen disability.



·      functional inConduct specialized soft tissue manipulation (Active Release) and functional exercises to quickly resolve fibrosis and restore patient’s ability to perform activities of daily living.

·     Provide necessary pain alleviation therapies (ultrasound, EMS, heat, traction) to facilitate active care.

·     Give advice on general health matters such as exercise, nutrition, and injury prevention.

·     Offer essential information for the insurance companies to process billings and document effectiveness of care.

Chiropractic Intern – Irving Chiropractic and Wellness Clinic, Irving TX

 Sept 1999 – Sept 2000

·     Worked under the supervision of Dr Stan McConnell

·     Performed exams, x-rays, interpretative reports, and patient care

·     Spinal/ extremity manipulation and physical modalities.


Professional Development


·     Coding, Compliance & Documenting Medical Necessity in the Chiropractic Practice –16 hours

·     Ethics, Risk Management & Documentation – 4 hours

·     Active Release Technique: Long Tract Nerve Entrapment w/ Gross Anatomy – 12 hours

·     Chiropractic Research: The Year in Review – 16 hrs

·     Active Release Technique: Upper Extremity – 21 hours

·     Active Release Technique: Lower Extremity – 21 hours

·     Clinical Application of Massage Therapy – 4 hours

·     Active Release Technique: Spine – 21 hours

·     Charrett Extremity Adjusting Protocol – 12 hrs

·     Chiropractic Research: The Year in Review – 16 hrs

·     Osteoporosis, Geriatrics & Functional Training of the Aging Population – 16 hrs

·     Advanced Spinal Mechanics & Nutrition  – 16 hrs 

·     Chiropractic Research: The Year in Review – 16 hrs

·     Chiropractic Research: The Year in Review – 16 hrs

·     Advanced studies in Whiplash and Spinal Trauma  – 16 hrs


















Professional Memberships

·     American Chiropractic Association

·     Texas Chiropractic Association


Awards  & Community Involvment

·     Certificate of Excellence – Cleveland Chiropractic Research Center’ practice based research award

·     Youth Minister – Little Elm congregation

·     FTSnet participant – Frisco Texas Emergency HAM Radio network participant (KF5GDF)

·     Eagle Scout – Highest youth achievement award, Boy Scouts of America

·     Wood Badge – Most advanced training award for adult leaders, Boy Scouts of America

·     Charter Organization Rep – Boy Scouts of America Unit 0623


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