Bill, Morgan, DC

William E. Morgan, DC, President, Parker Seminars & Parker University

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Chiropractor to Congress, Supreme Court, and the White House is Parker University’s President

William Morgan, DC, has a long and disguished carrier highlighted by several major accomplishments.

A pioneer in integrating chiropractic into hospitals, Dr. Morgan has been credentialed in five hospitals, including National Naval Medical Center and Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. In 2015 Walter Reed recognized Morgan with its highest honor for clinical excellence, the Master Clinician’s Award. Morgan has cared for Congress and the Supreme Court as the Capitol Chiropractor for the past sixteen years and has served the White House as a visiting consultant since 2007.

With an unparalleled career, Dr. Morgan worked briefly in Liberia, West Africa, followed by thirteen years of private practice in California, then eighteen years in Washington, DC, in military hospitals and in the clinics at the White House, the U.S. Capitol, and on the sidelines of the Naval Academy Football team (which never lost to Army while under his care).

Morgan has completed a 2,000 hour fellowship in integrated healthcare. He is also a Diplomate of the American Academy of Pain Management and has held adjunct faculty positions at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and New York Chiropractic College. Additionally, Dr. Morgan has served as a consultant for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), helping to implement the VA’s chiropractic service and advocate for chiropractic research.

In 2011 Dr. Morgan was appointed to the United States Navy Musculoskeletal Continuum of Care Advisory Board – an entity created to address the prevalent injuries sustained by U.S. Armed Forces Personnel during active-duty operations. He also served on the Spine Subcommittee which helps develop care algorithms for treating spinal conditions and determining the future of musculoskeletal management in the U.S. Armed Forces. Morgan is also a veteran of military service.