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ALG01: New Concepts in Asthma and Allergy Care

About Robert Bruley, Jr.

Robert W. Bruley, Jr., MD, DC is a medical physician and a chiropractor.  He was in the first graduating class from Mayo Medical School, and a quarter of a century later, he began chiropractic school at Northwestern Health Sciences University, graduating in 2001.  He was offered a faculty appointment there, where he taught cardiology until 2002.  He has practiced various forms of primary care for many years, is board-certified in Holistic Medicine, and has a practice in Minneapolis specializing in Functional Medicine.  Additionally, he has been a staff emergency physician for the past decade in Deer River, Minnesota.

Email: bruleyclinic@aol.com

About William Elkington

Dr. Elkington is the chair of the Diagnostic and Clinical Sciences Department at Northwestern College of Chiropractic.  He is a 1984 graduate of Northwestern, where he has practiced, taught many different courses, and held various administrative positions over the years.

Dr. Elkington currently serves on the Accreditation Academy of the Council on Chiropractic Education, and served for many years on the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners Part II Test Committee.  In 1995, his testimony in front of the Medical Affairs Committee of the American Cancer Society resulted in an important change in ACS policy regarding chiropractic.

Although he has lectured across the United States on various topics, Dr. Elkington’s most recent focus has been on the challenges of caring for patients with asthma, allergies, and hypertension.

Email: welkington@nwhealth.edu

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