Paul Jascoviak, DC, Dipl. Med. Ac., FIMA, DCRC, DACAN, CCSP, FICC
A 1975 graduate of National, Dr. Jaskoviak has given close to 1000 weekend lectures on acupuncture and physiotherapy. Educator, author, researcher, public speaker and world-traveler, he now serves as the Postgraduate Dean of the Texas Chiropractic College. A Texas licensed DC, he holds diplomate status in neurology, has a CCSP, and has a Doctorate in Clinical Religious Counseling in Florida and holds a Diplomate and Fellowship in Medical Acupuncture awarded by the IAMA. He was one of the pioneers in introducing acupuncture to the chiropractic profession conducting clinical research studies as early as 1973 while a student at NUHS. He published two research books dealing with acupuncture and worked with many State Associations and Board’s in securing the rights for DC’s to perform needling technics. He also wrote and published one of the most widely read text’s in Chiropractic, Applied Physiotherapy. He has traveled world-wide visiting six continents and around 75 countries. During a humanitarian visit to Liberia he was on national TV, lectured to almost all the MD’s in the country and assisted in treating close to 600 patients in one day! In addition to his contributions to Chiropractic, he has opened numerous stores and currently owns five stores in Texas.