Dr. Mitch Mally
1974 – 1978: Pre-Medical Program Wayne State University, Detroit Michigan.
Assisted Dr. Lyda Mattman, PhD, in research in Biochemistry, Immunology, and observational rounds in Electron Microscopy, Histology, Surgical and Anatomic Pathology and Cytology.
1978 -1981.: Palmer College of Chiropractic – Served as Honorary Intern in
senior year, assisting student doctors, in philosophy, science, art, and technique
Compilation of data pertaining to a multitude of specialized cases involving Industrial /Occupational related upper extremity injuries and conditions.
Specialized extremity research cases referred to and treated by Dr. Mally from Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Florida, Indiana, Chicago, Iowa City, Connecticut, Copenhagen, Spain, Italy and Norway.
Chiropractic physician for local professional basketball (QC Thunder), hockey
(QC Mallards), and baseball teams (QC River Bandits) treating many world class and celebrity athletes.
Compiled the largest (1500+) clinical case studies involving structural and functional limb length inequality directly causing foot/ankle knee, pelvic, hip and spinal deformity, scoliosis, total hip and knee replacements.
Developed protocols for balance, core center of gravity (COG), weight distribution and research procedures for restoring the COG
Developed the X-Ray technique protocol for CTS using Dr. Mally’s
patented X-POSERTM(US Patent No. 5,327,912), a benchmark for the
radiographic analysis of CTS
Member of American Chiropractic Association and Diplomate of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners
Internationally prominent Clinical Consultant for specialty cases involving extremity injuries
Industrial and Ergonomic Consultant
Noted Academician and frequent lecturer
Member of Council on Sports Injuries, Council on Athletics and Physical Fitness, Parker Chiropractic Research Foundation, C.E.P.A, ProSport
Developer of several widely acclaimed techniques for the diagnosis and treatment of extremity injuries and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Author of Nationally distributed C.T.S./C.T.D. manual
Founder of Palmer College of Chiropractic’s Sports Injury Club (1984)
Creator of revolutionary C.T.S./extremity x-ray device (X-POSERTM) and exclusive patient ReferralTM system, a series of educational and promotional wall charts and coordinated. patient brochures
Nationally prominent figure in the field of Sports Chiropractic
Founder of the Institute for Repetitive Strain Injuries, IRSI™, (1991)
Technique Faculty selected for establishing treatment protocols for the
Care of the Elite and Professional Athletes (C.E.P.A).
Featured Speaker for National Chiropractic Conventions, State Associations, Chiropractic Colleges, Parker Seminars, Breakthrough Coaching, Master’s Circle, FCA, MCA, European Chiropractic Physicians Union, ProSport, C.E.P.A., ICA, etc.
Founder/Developer of the International Academy of Advanced Chiropractic Orthopedics & “Magnificent 7” (Dr. Mally’s Seminar Programs)
Medical Advisory Board Member for the MicroLight Corporation of America and keynote speaker for the American Society of Laser Therapy
Featured in American Chiropractor Magazine (Nov 2003)
Post-Graduate faculty for several Chiropractic Colleges (Parker, Palmer, NW)
Inventor of the QUAD BASE SCALE™ (2001), a unique computerized quadrilateral scale that diagnoses and measures core stability and rehabilitates balance