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CURRICULUM VITAE
ALAN R. BONEBRAKE, D.C., M.S.

630C North Central Expressway
Plano, Texas 75074


Academic
B.G.S., Wichita State University, with honors, 1976
D.C., Palmer College of Chiropractic, cum laude, 1980
M.S., Biology, Emphasizing Human Nutrition, University of Bridgeport, cum laude, 1985
Master Herbologist, Emerson College of Herbology, Montreal, 1985

Work History
Externship at Palmer College of Chiropractic, 1979-1980
Private Practice:
Wichita, Kansas, 1980-1990
Blackwell, Oklahoma, 1991-94
Dallas, Texas, 1995-present
Paid Sports Team Chiropractor, Advisor and Consultant

Professional Certifications
Board Qualified Chiropractic Orthopedist.
Collision Reconstruction for the Medical Practitioner, 1999
Academy of Diagnostic Physicians, DACIT (Personal Injury and Spinal Trauma), 1997.
Designated Doctor, Texas Worker’s Compensation Commission, 1996-1999
Fellow, Academy of Diagnostic Physicians, 1996.
Casualty Claim Law Associate, American Educational Institute, 1996. The only Physician of any
kind ever to receive this designation.
Manipulation Under Anesthesia, University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic and
Physicians Academy, School of Advanced Diagnostic and Clinical Procedures, 1996
Hospital Protocols and Manipulation Under Anesthesia, Physicians Academy, School of
Advanced Diagnostic and Clinical Procedures, 1996
Operating Room Procedures, The Center For Diagnostic Medical Services, Inc., 1996
Designated Radiation Safety Officer, Texas Department of Health, Bureau of Radiation Control,
1995-present
Fellow, International Academy of Clinical Acupuncture, 1985
Diplomate, National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, 1980

Professional Licenses (Current):
Texas

Administration
Past President:

National Institute of Clinical Acupuncture, 1986-1990
Prairie Village Merchant's Association, 1983-1987

Longhorn Council, Troop 1171:

Public Relations Chair 2008-present
Treasurer 2007-2008

Secretary, Sedgwick County (KS) Chiropractic Association, 1983-1985
Membership Chairman, Blackbear District, Boy Scouts of America, 1982-1985
 

Member (Past and/or Present)
American College of Sports Medicine
International Academy of Nutrition and Preventive Medicine
Texas Chiropractic Association
Wichita State University Athletic Association
Wichita State University Alumni Association
Palmer College of Chiropractic Alumni Association
Emerson College Research Council on Botanic Medicine
 

Former Member
National Strength and Conditioning Association
Council on Neurology of the American Chiropractic Association
 

Professional Honors
President, Texas Chiropractic Association, District 5, 1999-2003
Examiner, National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, 1996-1999
Board of Directors, Dallas County Chiropractic Association
Certified and Commissioned State Licensing Examination Proctor, State of Texas and Texas
Board of Chiropractic Examiners, 1996
Who's Who in the Midwest, 1990-1991
Who's Who in the World, 10th ed.
Outstanding Young Man in America, 1986
Member of the first delegation of American Acupuncturists to be formally invited by the Chinese
Government for an exchange of treatment ideologies, 1985.
 

Other Honors
Eagle Scout, 1968
Order of the Arrow, 1967

Team Chiropractor
Wichita Wings, Professional Indoor Soccer Club, 4 years
Wichita Blue Angels, Professional Outdoor Soccer Club, 3 years
Wichita Wind, Semi-Professional Hockey Club, 2 years
Only Chiropractor to ever serve as on-field Physician for any professional team:
Mexico Toros vs. Dallas Sidekicks, last regular season meeting 1995. Two weeks later, the Toros
flew Dr. Bonebrake to Mexico City to treat the entire team, coaching staff and trainer.
Indiana Twisters vs. Dallas Sidekicks, June 22, 1997.
Sole chiropractor asked to treat athletes in May 30, 1997 “NFL’s Run for Daylight/NFL’s Fastest
Man Competition”, Richardson, Texas
Has treated more than 13 Professional Sport Team members:

Oakland Raiders’ Training Camp 1997
Argentinean National Soccer Team prior to their 2nd place in the World Cup, 1999
Mexico Meave Professional Indoor Soccer Club, 1999
Houston Hotshots Soccer
San Diego Soccer
Kansas City Comets Soccer
Plus several other individual pro football, soccer and basketball athletes

Advisor and Consultant
To Your Health Liquid Nutriceuticals, 2005-Present
Morinda, Inc. 2005-present
Scientific and Medical Advisory Board, Equinox International, 1996-present
Darry Thornton, IFBB 3rd Mr. Universe 1993, 4th North American Championships (after 2 year
lay-off)
Schliebe International Workout and Aerobics, 1987-1995
Wichita Swim Club, 2 years
Consultant and Diagnostic Test Interpretation

VTC Testing centers of Collin County, Addison, and East Fort Worth, Texas, 1995-1997

Consultant, Lecturer and Technical Writer

USA Vision of Hope, Dallas, Texas (Neutriceuticals) 1997-1998
Innovative Wellness Systems, Inc., Dallas, Texas (Neutriceuticals) 1995-1996

Lecturer
Have been a lecturer for several seminar and information disseminating functions. A few of these
were:

Bookstop, Mesquite, Texas, 1997
Barnes and Noble Bookstores, Dallas and Richardson, Texas, 1997
Whole Foods Market, Dallas and Richardson, Texas, 1997

Topics:

“Acupressure-Help Yourself”
“Bad and Good Weight Loss”
“Getting Fit in the Shortest Period of Time”
“How to Conquer Chronic Fatigue, Depression, and Lack of Energy”
“How Vitamins are Killing You”
“Overlooked Causes and Solutions for Stress”
“PMS can be Brought Under Control!”
Texas Workers Compensation Insurance Fund seminar on Efficacy of Current Treatments
available for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome on the topic of Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, Dallas, Texas, September 19, 1996.
Professional Court Reporting School, Richardson, Texas, August, 1996 and June, 1997

Medical Anatomy and Physiology
Medical Terminology

Kansas Chiropractic Association on Treatment and Rehabilitation Techniques for the Upper
Extremities, November, 1988.
Traditional Healing Methods Currently used in National Hospitals in Mainland China,
Shriners Club, Wichita, Kansas, February, 1986.
Receptor Tonus Technique of Manual Myofascial Therapy, 1984-1985 in Chicago, Illinois,
Colorado Springs, Colorado, and St. Louis, Missouri.

Athletic Achievements
Wichita State University, Senior Letterman, Track and Field, 1976
State of Kansas, University and College Division Decathlon Record Holder, 1974
Junior College Division Decathlon Record Holder (also National), 1973
 

Faculty
Former:

Texas College of Chiropractic, Postgraduate

Authorized Instructor of the Receptor Tonus Method of Myofascial Therapy

University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic, Postgraduate

Physician's Academy, School of Advanced Diagnostic and Clinical Procedures

Has been a guest lecturer at Parker College of Chiropractic and Physician’s Academy, on the topic of Proper Testimony Procedures in deposition

Adjunct Professor, Professional Court Reporting School, Richardson, Texas, 1997.

Television
Featured multiple times over the years in interviews covering Chiropractic, Acupuncture,
Nutrition, and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
 

Radio
The Dr. Alan Bonebrake Show, KWRD 100.7, Dallas, Texas, Weekly Saturdays, 2001-2005,
2008, 2010-Present
The Dr. Alan Bonebrake Show, CNN 1190, Dallas, Texas, Weekly Satrudays, 2008
The Dr. Alan Bonebrake Show KLIF 570, Dallas, Texas, Weekly Saturdays, 2007-2008
Weekend Magazine, KRLD 1080, Dallas, Texas, Weekly Saturdays, 2005-2007
"On The Line", featuring Alan Bonebrake, D.C., Moderated by Craig Ortwein, KOKB radio,
Blackwell-Ponca City, 1993-1994.
Repeat guest on “Your Health Matters” with Doug Coughman, a nationally syndicated nutritional
health call-in show.
 

Contributing Editor
Texas Chiropractic Association Journal, 1995
 

Author
"A Study of Several Performance Measures of Workers with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome",
Proceedings of the Human Factors Society 33rd Annual Meeting, pp. 728-732, 1989, (J.E.
Fernandez, D.E. Malzahn, R.J. Marley, and A.R. Bonebrake).

"A Treatment for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Evaluation of Objective and Subjective Measures",
Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, November/December 1990, 13(9), pp.
507-520, (A.R. Bonebrake, J.E. Fernandez, R.J. Marley, J. Dahalan, K.J.Kilmer).

"A Treatment for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Results of a Follow-up Study", Journal of
Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, March/April, 1993, 16(3), pp. 125-139,
(A.R.Bonebrake, J.E. Fernandez, J. Dahalan, R.J. Marley).

"Letter to the Editor: Reply", Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, October
1994, 17(8), pp. 565-567, (A.R. Bonebrake).

"Understanding Carpal Tunnel Syndrome", Journal of the Texas Chiropractic Association,
November 1995, pp. 29-34, (A.R.Bonebrake).

"Health Care Reform '94: Oklahoma Perspectives, National Alternatives", Joint Chiropractic
Association Capitol Bulletin, May 1994, pp.8-9, (A.R. Bonebrake).

"Acupoint Stimulation Methods", The American Chiropractor, January 1985, pp. 32,34-35, (A.R.
Bonebrake).

"Proper Record-Keeping in the Chiropractic Practice (The Chiropractic Profession is not the only
Profession Being Cut By the Insurance Companies)", Part One of seven, The American
Chiropractor, March/April, 1996, pp. 20-21,50, (D. Martinez, A. Bonebrake).

"Pre-existing conditions, and how the insurance companies undermine patient care (Getting Paid
on Pre-existing Conditions)", Part Two of Seven, The American Chiropractor, May/June, 1996,
pp. 14-18, (D. Martinez, A. Bonebrake).

"Narrative Report-Writing for Personal Injury Cases", Texas Journal of Chiropractic, September,
1996, vol. 14, no. 2, pp. 26-31, (L. Parks, A. Bonebrake)

Sole Chiropractor to have presentation accepted at the 1985 annual meeting of the American
College of Sports Medicine: Abstract: "Joint Fusion Rehabilitation in Humans", Medicine and
Science In Sports and Exercise, Vol 17, no. 2, April 1985, p. 230, #23.