Dr. Nick Chamberlain
In 1992, Dr. Chamberlain received his B.S. in Business Administration graduating summa cum laude with a concentration in Finance, from the University of Massachusetts. He is a member of Sigma Iota Epsilon and Beta Gamma Sigma, the international honor society serving business programs accredited by AACSB International. In 1996 he received his Doctorate in Chiropractic and a concurrent B.S. in Human Anatomy, from Parker College of Chiropractic, in Dallas, Texas. He is a licensed Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), and has taken post doctoral studies in orthopedics, rehabilitation, functional capacity evaluation, and pain management.
Dr. Chamberlain was trained by the American Academy of Disability Evaluating Physicians (AADEP) and has worked as a Designated Doctor for the State of Texas, doing impairment ratings and peer review work for the previous Texas Workers’ Compensation Commission (TWCC), now part of the TDI. He has training in functional capacity evaluation, work conditioning, work hardening and multidisciplinary case management.
Dr. Chamberlain is a trained provider of the American Red Cross “Protect Your Back” program, and is a former adjunct Professor at Brookhaven College in Farmers Branch, Texas.
In addition to his work as a Chiropractor, Dr. Chamberlain has been the president and head instructor of Chamberlain Studios of Self Defense since 1981. During this time Chamberlain Studios has grown to include two full time studios and over 20 after school programs and affiliate schools across the nation. In addition, he is active in the martial arts through local karate events, national seminars and tournaments and is the former team doctor for the Christian Wrestling Federation.
In rare moments of free time, he is an avid chess player, scuba diver, potter and traveler. He has been featured on many of the local TV news stations and nationally in: “Stan Lee’s Superhumans”; Dennis Rodmans “Geek to Freak”; Several episodes of Veria’s HDTV Health series and has written and produced several books and DVD’s on the martial arts. Dr. Chamberlain has advanced training and certification in Japanese sake and along with master brewer John Simms, was the first to brew sake in Dallas. Seen above, and to the right, is one of his wood fired sake sets which are made for the martial arts promotion ceremonies in Gasan Ryu Kenpo. Other Japanese inspired items are made for the annual Mizutaki dinner and local restaurants. Dr. Chamberlain and his wife Dr. Jones have recently acquired a stray dog that was abandoned near the karate school. Her name is “Radar” and she works out in many of the karate and fitness classes.
He can be reached for appointments at either of the two Chiropractic offices at: 214-366-1133 or by email at [email protected]. For martial arts questions: 214-351-5367 or [email protected]
Dr. Kimberly Jones
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