Dr Eric McKillican, DC, FICPA, LCP
Dr. Eric McKillican was born and raised in Southern California; he is a second generation chiropractor, one of six chiropractors in his family. Dr. McKillican has been in practice for over 20 years. Although his start in the word of chiropractic began at birth, born at home by a chiropractor and raised chiropractically. Knowing his true path in life, he began working in his father’s chiropractic office at age 14. And true to form, following in the family footsteps, entered Chiropractic College and graduated from Life Chiropractic College West in 1993.
Dr. McKillican’s educational goals did not end there. He went on to complete postgraduate certification studies in Sports Injuries in 1998, Pediatrics through the ICPA in 2000 and Chiropractic Philosophy through Palmer in 2002.
Dr. McKillican relocated his family in 2009, (his wife of over 20 years and daughters ages 20, 18, and 13) back home to California. Where he currently practices Chiropractic in Folsom. Dr. McKillican’s passion for educating does not just stop with the patients in his office. In his spare time Dr. McKillican travels to teach continuing education to Chiropractors. He is also on faculty at Life Chiropractic College West where he teaches chiropractic philosophy to the next generation.
Dr. McKillican owned and operated a large family wellness practice in Omaha, Nebraska for 15 years. While in Nebraska Dr. McKillican founded and ran a Chiropractic Philosophy group, that hosted “Patient Awareness Nights”, with such speakers as doctors: Arno Burnier , Reggie Gold, Joseph Felisa.
Dr. McKillican’s colleague and close mentor for many years was Dr. Joseph Felisa, a chiropractic pioneer. In 1999 Dr. Felisa brought Dr. McKillican in as a key note speaker for the Renaissance Chiropractic Management seminars. This successful alliance continued from 1999 until 2004. Dr. McKillican has also lectured nationally and internationally for the ICPA. However, one of his greatest honors was being asked to share his expertise and knowledge with the chiropractic students at Palmer University in Davenport, Iowa, hosting many events focusing on Chiropractic Philosophy. Dr. McKillican is currently on faculty at Life Chiropractic Colege West.
Another important thing to know about Dr. McKillican is at age 18 he began training with, and also became certified in, NAC (neuro-associative conditioning) with Anthony Robbins seminars. He continued his work in NAC for seven years, and continues to use the techniques learned in all of the seminars and lectures. This knowledge became instrumental in the development and teaching of Effective Communication Techniques (ECTs) with Renaissance Int.
Dr. McKillican’s focus and dedication to health and wellness was balanced with his dedication to his own health. He has over 25 years experience in the Martial Arts, and over those years achieved many honors.
1: Philosophical Contemplations; Viewpoints on Chiropractic Philosophy V.3, 2003 Palmer Institute for Professional Advancement, Pgs. 93-102 “Subluxation at Birth: The Effect on the Fate of Humanity”