For over two decades, Colloca has been an innovative leader in field of chiropractic research. In the 1990’s Chris reimagined chiropractic instrument adjusting. By the year 2001 Neuromechanical launched the Impulse line of electromechanical adjustment instruments. By 2003 Impulse emerged as a clear game changer for doctors across the globe.
As Impulse reigned supremely over the completive landscape, Colloca continued his research with a team of international scientists, orthopedists, spinal surgeons, and prominent members of academia. This research ushered in a new era of mechanical adjustment with the internationally patented Impuse IQ.
Today his inspiring and practical lectures centered on chiropractic research stimulate audiences around the world. Chris maintains his collaborative research efforts with some of the world’s most cutting-edge scientists and physicians abroad. Colloca’s award-winning research has culminated in over 50 journal publications. With expertise and research, you can trust Chris is an inspirational figure who passionately promotes an uplifting message to the chiropractic community. His energy and enthusiasm are contagious.
Dr. Tony S. Keller, Ph.D.Author
Dr. Keller received his B.S. Degree from Oregon State University in 1978 with a double major in Chemistry and Electrical Engineering. He went on to receive his Master’s Degree in Bioengineering at the University of Washington in 1983, and his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Vanderbilt University in 1988. At Vanderbilt, he stayed on an Assistant Professor and Research Assistant in the Orthopedics and Mechanical Engineering Departments until 1991.
As a leading researcher at the University of Vermont (UVM) in the Departments of Mechanical Engineering and Orthopedics and Rehabilitation, Tony eventually became a Professor and Department Chair in the Department of Mechanical Engineering with an active role in University academic programs.
In 2006, Tony accepted a position as the Director of Research at the Florida Orthopedic Institute subsequently relocating to Tampa.
Tony’s accomplishments are illustrated by his many research collaborations throughout his distinguished career. He authored over 80 scientific publications and more than 100 scientific conference proceedings, in addition to several textbook chapters and other writings. He held played an editorial role and was sought for review as a subject expret to several leading scientific journals.