Kim A. Reddick, D.C. (Retired)
A native of Longwood, Florida, Dr. Reddick’s pre-medical training occurred at Seminole College where he received his Associates of Arts Degree. He had additional pre-medical training at Valencia College and received his doctorate in chiropractic at Palmer College of Chiropractic, Davenport, Iowa.
Post doctoral education includes extensive training in radiology, risk management and impairment rating. He received his Orthopedics training through National Chiropractic College, Chicago, Illinois and holds board eligible status. He has completed programs in Pre-employment Evaluation through Northwestern Chiropractic College, Bloomington, Minnesota and Manipulation Under Anesthesia through Parker College, Pasadena, Texas.
Dr. Reddick is still licensed as a Chiropractic Physician in the state of Florida and has recently retired from private practice after 32 years. Active in community service, he is a member of the Deltona/Orange City Chamber of Commerce and is a past president of the Deltona Kiwanis. He has lectured on the distinction between chiropractic care versus traditional medical care in the approach to treating the results of low impact rear end auto injuries to the spine and soft tissues. He has also lectured on ergonomics and the workplace environment to the local county government and the department of transportation.