Dr. Morgan Price is a chiropractor originally from St. Petersburg, Florida, but spent most of her life growing up in Ohio. She attended Bowling Green State University where she graduated a semester early, cum laude with her Bachelor’s degree in Applied Health Science. She then earned her Doctorate in Chiropractic from National University of Health Sciences.
During her time at National, she was a graduate teaching assistant for Neuroanatomy for almost 2 years and additionally served on the board of the female adjusting club on campus. Some of her most passionate work comes from her continued involvement with the American Chiropractic Association, volunteering to lead committees involved with membership initiatives, regularly attending ACA national conferences focused on evidence-based chiropractic medicine, as well as advocating on Capitol Hill to members of Congress for issues such as veteran access to chiropractic care.
For her chiropractic clerkship, she spent 7 months at Bay Pines VA Medical Center evaluating and treating veterans in pain, including managing a wide-variety of complicated cases. She was able to observe a number of specialities including: spine surgery, pain management procedures, prosthetic fittings in the amputee clinic, mental health, and many days shadowing various aspects of physical therapy.
Some of her favorite volunteer experience includes assessing and triaging triathlon athletes from around the world participating in the 2018 ITU Paratriathlon and Triathlon World Cup in Sarasota as part of the emergency medical staff. She was able to work with high-performance amputee, paraplegic, and vision-impaired athletes.
Dr. Price has taken advanced post-graduate coursework in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (McKenzie), as well as the Motion Palpation Institute.
In her free time, she enjoys traveling, skiing, golfing, and yoga.