David C. Radford, DC, FABS, DAAPM
Dr. Radford is third generation chiropractic physician engaged in the practice of chiropractic medicine.
Dr. Radford has special interests in prevention, clinical electrodiagnosis, neurophysiology, clinical nutrition and physiological therapeutics, manipulation under anesthesia and rehabilitation of chronic pain patients.
Director, Chiropractic Clinic of Solon, Inc.,
33141 Bainbridge Road, Solon, Ohio 44139-2835
Graduated Robert Morris College, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Graduated National College of Chiropractic, Lombard, Illinois, Doctor of Chiropractic
Graduated National University of Health Sciences, Master of Science in Advanced Clinical Practice
Residency Training Chicago General Health Services, Ashland and Warren, Chicago, Illinois
Associate Cleveland Chiropractic Clinic, Warrensville Center Road, North Randall, Ohio.
Diplomate, National Board of Chiropractic Examiners 1976
Licensed to practice chiropractic medicine in Ohio 1978
Board certified / pain management 1992, Diplomate American Academy of Pain Management
Competency certified in electrodiagnosis by National University of Health Sciences and accepted by OSCBE 1993
MUA Fellowship Training, Richfield Surgical Center, Manipulation Under Anesthesia, certified in MUA by National College of Chiropractic 1995
Faculty Appointment ~ National University of Health Sciences, Chicago, Illinois, The Lincoln College of Post-Graduate Education, Department of Electrodiagnosis 2005
Electrodiagnosis - Course Chairman National University of Health Sciences - fellowship training in electrodiagnosis and neurophysiology. Certification accepted by the Ohio Board of Chiropractic Examiners, certified competency in electrodiagnosis and neurophysiology.
Electromyography & Neurophysiology - Practical Approach to Physiological Assessment of Nerve and Muscle Disease - Harvard Medical School - Department of Neurology, Massachusetts General Hospital
Evoked Responses in Clinical Neurophysiology - Harvard Medical School - EEG and Evoked Potential Unit, Clinical Neurophysiology Laboratory, Massachusetts General Hospital
Completed the ACA approved 300-hour post-graduate Neurology Diplomate program, board eligible
Clinical Neurology and Neuroscience rotation, at The Southeastern Neuroscience Institute.
Technical assistant to John P. Conomy, M.D., Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery, Lutheran Medical Center, Cleveland Clinic Health Systems
Allied Medical Staff - Founding Member COSH, Lutheran Hospital - Cleveland Clinic Health Systems the Cleveland Orthopedic and Spine Hospital.
Bi-monthly writer for Chagrin Valley Times - "Back Talk" a registered sm column about general health care topics, diet, nutrition, exercise, chiropractic treatment and neuromusculoskeletal problems.