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Meet Dr. Joe Sheppard

UNDERGRADUATE

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  • Morehead State University, Pre-Chiropractic and Nutrition. Morehead, Kentucky
  • University of Cincinnati. Cincinnati, Ohio

CHIROPRACTIC COLLEGE

  • Palmer College of Chiropractic February 1992, Davenport, Iowa
  • Internship-Palmer College X-Ray Department 1990-1992

ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPS

  • World Chiropractic Alliance, Board of Governors WCA, January 2001 to 2006
  • International Chiropractic Pediatric Association
  • Nutrition and Kids Chiropractic Association-Board of Directors
  • ACA Council on Diagnostic Imaging
  • ACA Council on Nutrition
  • Ohio State Chiropractic Association

GRADUATE RESEARCH

  • Elevation Training Mask and the Effects on comprehensive blood chemistry profiles, Hemoglobin and Red Blood Cell levels over a 6 month training period during weight resistance exercises and a high level cycling interval training program.

PUBLICATIONS

2009:

  • Osteosacroma: A Case Report. Topics in Diagnostic Radiology and Advanced Imaging. Brian K. Hosler, D.C., DACBR and Joseph A. Sheppard, D.C.
  • Does Desiccated Liver supplementation improve RBC levels of a healthy male undergoing Resistance and Interval Training: A Case Report
    Joseph A. Sheppard, DC
  • PowerCranks in cycling and interval training involving and the effect on Core muscular strength, endurance, lumbar lordosis, pelvic rotation and leg length inequality. A Case Report

2010:

  • Legg Calve Perthes: A Case Report. Topics in Diagnostic Radiology and Advanced Imaging. Brian K. Hosler, D.C., DACBR and Joseph A. Sheppard, D.C.
  • A Cyclist with left knee pain with FootMaxx Scan analysis and the use of Custom Orthotics: A Case Report

2011:

  • Resolution of Tic's following Chiropractic Care in a 9 year Old Male: A Case Report
  • Resolution of Breech Presentation in a 33 year old healthy Female following a Chiropractic Adjustment: A Case Report
  • Resolution of Nocturnal Enuresis following Chiropractic Care in a 10 year Old Male: A Case Report
  • Resolution of Intermittent Strabismus following Chiropractic Care in a 3 year Old Female: A Case Report
  • Optygen HP and the correlation of Salivary Cortisol and Testosterone levels over a 4 month cycle period in a healthy 44 year old male undergoing Weight Resistance Exercises and Interval Cycling Training: A Case Report, Joseph A. Sheppard, DC
  • EPO-Boost and the correlation of RBC, WBC, Hematocrit and Hemoglobin levels over a 2 month cycle period in a healthy 44 year old male undergoing high level cycling intervals and strength training program. A Case Report, Joseph A. Sheppard, DC

2012:

  • IntelliSkin Posture™ V-Tee. A Case Report, Dr. Joseph A. Sheppard
  • RockTape Inc. with pHast Legs and the effects on balancing blood pH levels and changes in Endurance and Strength over a 2 month cycle period in a healthy 45 year old male undergoing a cycling interval and resistance training program.
    A Case Report, Dr. Joseph A. Sheppard
  • PowerLung and the Effects of a Respiratory Muscle Training Program on Respiratory Peak Flow (PEF), Forced Expiratory Volume 1 (FEV1) and SPO2 over an 8 week period.
    A Case Report, Dr. Joseph A. Sheppard

2013

  • G02 Life with G02 involving pre and post intake and the effects on CBC Blood Levels and SPO2 in a healthy 46 year old male. A Case Report Dr. Joseph A. Sheppard
  • Resolution of Colic following Chiropractic Care in a 8 week old Male: A Case Report
  • G02 Life with G02 and the effects on CBC Blood Levels, pH levels, urinalysis, SPO2, sleep REM stages, body weight, performance and power output over a 6 week cycle period in a healthy 46 year old male undergoing weight resistance exercises and a high level cycling interval training program. Dr. Joseph A. Sheppard, D.C., A Case Report

2014:

  • Elevation Training Mask and the Effects on sleep patterns, quantity and quality of sleep over a 4 week period in a healthy 47 year old male. Dr. Joseph A. Sheppard, D.C., A Case Report

2015:

  • The effect on CORE muscular strength, symptomology and leg length balance thru the use of the Reverse Hyperextension and GHD machines by Rogue Fitness using the RPM2 device in static and dynamic analysis. Dr. Joseph A. Sheppard, D.C., A Case Report
  • First Endurance Supplements with the Pharmanex S3 Antioxidant Scanner and the effect on carotenoid antioxidant levels over a 4 week period. Dr. Joseph A. Sheppard, D.C., A Case Report
  • Neogenis Supplements with the Pharmanex Antioxidant Scanner and the effect on carotenoid antioxidant levels over a 4 week period. Dr. Joseph A. Sheppard, D.C., A Case Report
  • HeartBeets and the effects on RBC, WBC, Hematocrit, Hemoglobin and pH levels over a 3 month cycle period in a healthy 49 year old male undergoing high level cycling intervals and strength training program. Dr. Joseph A. Sheppard, D.C., A Case Report
  • PowerCranks with Pioneer Power Meter and the effects on power/watts changes, improvement in spinal and lower extremity mechanics, muscularity, bodyweight and balance. Dr. Joseph A. Sheppard, D.C., A Case Report
  • Comparative analysis of Heat Moldable shoes and Custom Orthotics and the effects on power, extremity strength and lower extremity mechanics during cycling using Pioneer Power MeterElevation Training Mask and the Effects on SMO2 using the BSX Insight during cycling interval training, Dr. Joseph A. Sheppard, D.C., A Case Report

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Morehead State University, Football Athletic Strength Trainer, Morehead Kentucky 1985-87
  • Palmer College of Chiropractic, Internship in X-ray Department 1990 to 1992
  • Associate Doctor of Chiropractic at Weaver Chiropractic for Dr. Steve A. Weaver, Cincinnati, Ohio 3/92 to 10/95
  • Private Practice of Chiropractic at Sheppard Chiropractic, Amelia, Ohio 10/95 to Present
  • President of TheHappyAthlete.net, A comprehensive product review and research company for sports technology, athletic products and nutritional supplements


POST-GRADUATE STUDY

  • Low Back Management and Diagnosis
  • Erhardt X-Ray; Skeletal and Spinal Disorders
  • Red Cross-Low Back Injury Prevention
  • Painful Lower Extremities
  • Pediatrics and Adjusting
  • Diagnostic Imaging
  • Pathology of the IVD, Imaging and Clinical Implications
  • EMG Scanning (Theory, Technique and Interpretation)
  • Pediatric Spinal Trauma
  • Whiplash and Spinal Trauma
  • A comprehensive Look at the Cervical Spine and Shoulder Region
  • Cervical and Lumbar Differential Assessment
  • Spinal Rehabilitation for Cervical Trauma
  • Common Injuries of the Lower Extremities
  • Chiropractic Sports Physician
  • Upper and Lower Extremities Biomechanics and Adjusting Techniques
  • Kinesiotape Therapeutic and Rehabilitative taping

477+ hours of Post-Doctoral continued education since 1992

HOBBIES

  • Cycling
  • Classical Piano
  • Nutrition

Office Hours

Monday:

9:00 am-12:00 pm

2:00 PM-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-12:00 pm

2:00 PM-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-12:00 pm

2:00 PM-6:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-12:00 pm

2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

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Saturday:

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Sunday:

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Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I highly recommend Sheppard Chiropractic. Everyone is very nice, caring, and it is a comfortable environment. Dr. Joe truly cares and is good at what he does. The same goes with the massage therapy. They always make my family and me feel so much better."
    Kelly S.
  • "Dr. Joe has been my family's Chiropractor for almost 20 years. He has been instrumental in helping maintain, repair and improve our health over all of my kids into adulthood. He has helped us with migraines, asthma, ear infections, car accidents and many of our kids childhood injuries. We look forward to our continued future health of our family."
    Peter H. - Cincinnati, OH

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