Dr. Ramneek Singh Bhogal, DC, DABCI is the Founder and Director of Peak Potential Outreach. Since graduating from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2002, Dr. Bhogal has been active in both education and private practice. For 20 years he has taught at several institutions and recently retired from academia with the rank of Professor and as the Head of the Technique Department at Life Chiropractic College West. His diverse academic and curricular focus revolved around chiropractic technique and neuromuscular skeletal diagnosis. Dr. Bhogal was extremely active with student leadership organizations and is well recognized for his excellence in educational instruction. His passion for chiropractic continues in private practice where he blends his academic background with clinical experience and helps patients that have been labeled ‘complex cases”. With his advanced education in diagnosis (DABCI) and Functional Medicine, Dr. Bhogal works hard to help patients heal and sustain health, with an emphasis on healthy living. Dr. Bhogal is published in The Journal of Manipulative and Physiologic Therapeutics having researched methodologies to measure forces produced by chiropractic techniques. He also was published in the Journal of Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics for his work with the Gut-Brain Axis and Autism related disorders in children. He is a peer reviewer for chiropractic journals and often speaks at national conferences and global symposia promoting and celebrating chiropractic and natural healing. In 2010 he and his wife established Peak Potential Outreach, an international non-profit organization committed to bringing healthcare to the globally underprivileged. In collaboration with Shriner’s Hospitals for Children, they lead chiro-centric health care teams to underserved populations around the world. In his spare time, he enjoys working on cars and traveling
Dr. Stephanie O’Neill-Bhogal, DC, DICCP is the Assistant Director of Peak Potential Outreach. Stephanie O’Neill Bhogal DC, DICCP did her undergraduate studies at McGill University in Montreal, Canada and received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College in Davenport, IA in 2002. She completed a 3 year clinical residency in Chiropractic Pediatrics at Palmer College in 2005 and earned her Diplomate in Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics (DICCP) from the ICA. Dr. O’Neill became certified in the Webster Technique through the ICPA in 2008. After teaching at Palmer College (Davenport, IA) for 15 years, Dr. O’Neill advanced to the rank of Professor at Life Chiropractic College West where she provided care in the outpatient Health Center. With her professional expertise, both teaching and in private practice, her focus was on routine and complex pediatric and pregnancy care. Having retired from academia after 18 years, Dr. O’Neill loves being is private practice. Her passion is caring for women and children and as the current President of the ICA Pediatrics Council she continues to teach others this specialty as well as advocate for the well-being of women and children. Dr. O’Neill has collaborated on publishing a mainstream chiropractic pediatrics textbook, is published in peer reviewed journals, and presents at various conferences and international symposia. She also serves as an editor for the Journal of Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics (JCCP). She travels abroad frequently to underserved countries with Peak Potential Outreach, a non-profit foundation she and her husband founded, to provide healthcare to remote under-resourced communities
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