I work extensively with interns and clinicians regarding the interpretation of diagnostic imaging studies.
I initially got interested in a career as a chiropractor because of my family’s experience being helped by chiropractors. After practicing as a chiropractor for 10 years, I returned to school for specialty training and education in diagnostic radiology.
In addition to classroom teaching, I work extensively with the interns and clinicians at the health centers providing advice, guidance and consultation regarding the interpretation of diagnostic imaging studies. I’m responsible for ensuring that all graduates are competent and meet all standards established by national and regional accrediting bodies.
I enjoy working with students…and especially appreciate the small class size which makes it possible to connect with students in a more meaningful way, and to provide the most effective teaching possible.
In my spare time, I enjoy ice hockey, fly fishing and reading.
John Taylor, DC, DACBR
Coordinator of Diagnostic Imaging
Professor of Radiology