Dr. Chris Caffery is a Fellow in Functional Neurology through the American College of Functional Neurology, and is a board certified Diplomate in Neurology through the American Chiropractic Neurology Board. Dr. Caffery is also currently pursing a specialty in Vestibular Rehabilitation through the Carrick Institute of Graduate studies, as well as, a specialty in Concussion/Traumatic Brain Injury.
After Dr. Chris Caffery received a Bachelor of Sciences degree in kinesiology from Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, Louisiana, he attended Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, Texas. There, he earned two Bachelor of Science degrees in General Anatomy and Wellness and Health Promotion, as well as his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree. Dr. Caffery later went on to become a Fellow in Functional Neurology and board certified Diplomate in Neurology after two and a half years of intense post graduate study in neurology.
In addition to his degrees, Dr. Chris Caffery has additional training in spinal trauma (1 year), nutritional neurology, x-ray and posture, cervical rehabilitation, functional exercise, functional neurology, functional medicine, neurotransmitters, and spinal manipulation.
Dr. Chris Caffery also has numerous certifications that include; Active Release Techniques (Upper, Lower, Spine and Long tract nerve entrapment), corrective and functional exercise specialist (CHEK Institute), personal trainer (Cooper Institute), and optimum performance training for the prenatal client (NASM).
Dr. Chris Caffery has a real passion for teaching. When he is not treating patients, he devotes his time educating other healthcare practitioners in functional neurology and functional medicine. Dr. Caffery provides consulting services for other practitioners, and acts as adjunct faculty at the University of Western States in the Master of Science in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine Program. Dr. Caffery developed and currently teaches the course in autoimmunity at the University of Western States.