Michael Przeslawski

Professor
Wolfe Harris Center for Clinical Studies

Personal Information

Activity

Currently Teaching (2014-2015)

As a research clinician, I perform histories and physical examinations, and provide chiropractic treatments to the volunteers in our randomized clinical trials. I’ve enjoyed meeting the many interesting individuals with unique life experiences who have volunteered for our studies.

Research is an area where your work is seen and evaluated by many people. With so many people seeing your work, there is a constant opportunity to improve your performance and skills. 

I’ve taught in the College of Chiropractic since 1984. I like to read journal articles and studies related to the spine and present that information in the courses I teach. It’s fun to learn new things about health in general, and specifically the spine, and to share interesting research information with others.

On a personal note, I would like to disclose that I am a hoarder. I hoard research articles. If you would like to read some, stop by.

Current Activity

Education

  • Bachelor of Science - Eastern Michigan University, 1976
  • Doctor of Chiropractic - Northwestern College of Chiropractic, 1983
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