Meet Dr. Michael Allen
Dr. Allen has been immersed in the functional applications of natural healthcare all his life. Since starting his professional career in January 1977, he has helped thousands of patients, and hundreds of doctors and their patients on four different continents.
He is a Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) and a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (NMD), a functional neurologist, a Professional Applied Kinesiologist (PAK), a clinical nutritionist and an international speaker with over four decades of clinical experience. He has written two books, What Your Brain Might Say if It Could Speak, for the general public and Receptor Based Solutions; Functional Neurology Every Doctor Should Know, together with a manual for doctors entitled, Receptor Based Solutions; Functional Neurology Every Doctor Should Know; Quick Reference Tables for Clinical Use, for doctors. Each book deals with Dr. Allen's unique clinical perspectives on natural health care.
Dr. Allen started his neurology career in 1991 with the Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies located in Cape Canaveral, Florida, learning from the highly esteemed Frederick R. Carrick, DC, and has been learning from Dr. Carrick and his associate professors ever since.
As the founder of Allen Chiropractic, PC, Dr. Allen specializes in the use of manual muscle testing as functional neurology treating many aspects of human suffering with clinical nutrition, cutting-edge research-based techniques and nonsurgical approaches.
As the Founder of HealthBuilderS® Professional Coaching -- the educational branch of Allen Chiropractic, PC -- Dr. Allen helps doctors grow their practices by enhancing their understanding of human performance from a functional neurological perspective. His coaching helps turn his client's knowledge, expertise, and passion into six-figure businesses, so they can make the money they want while doing what they love.
Dr. Allen is currently writing his third book about nutritional testing using the unique nutritional evaluation techniques he has taught worldwide, with anticipated completion in late 2023.