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Philosophy in Practice: Felicia Stewart

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Dialogue with Felicia Stewart

November 6, 2023

Practice Tips:

  • Explain chiropractic fully on the first visit
  • Use visuals and hands-on models
  • Encourage patient questions
  • Create opportunities for patient discussions
  • Remain consistent in your message over time
  • Celebrate patients embracing chiropractic
  • Build your practice through referrals

More About Felicia:

Dr. Stewart graduated Summa Cum Laude from Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic in 1988. She also holds a BA and BS in Zoology from Miami University, Ohio. Upon graduation, Dr. Stewart opened an office in Royal Oak, Michigan, and moved to Rock Hill in 1991, where she has been practicing ever since.  In addition to practicing, she taught in the classroom and in the clinic at Sherman College of Chiropractic from 1991-1995.  Dr. Stewart was a presenter at Sherman College’s Lyceum program for 15 years as part of the Women in Chiropractic seminar.  In 2014, she presented chiropractic talks in Oslo, Noway and in 2015 spoke in Stockholm, Sweden both times for the LCW-Nordic Alliance of chiropractors.  She has also been a presenter at the International Research and Philosophy Symposium (IRAPS) as well as at the KR Jones Philosophy forum.  She serves on the board of the International Federation of Chiropractors and Organizations (IFCO) and the Palmetto State Chiropractic Association (PSCA).  Dr. Stewart is a founding member of the Sustainability Group, a nonprofit, independent, chiropractic “think tank.”  In 2008, she completed her work for the Academy of Chiropractic Philosophers (ACP) program and went on to complete the Diplomate in Philosophic Chiropractic Standards (DPhCS) in May of 2015.

Dr. Stewart has a family-oriented practice and sees four generations in several families. Besides seeing people of the two-legged variety, she is also loved by their “four legged” family members. In addition to seeing dogs and cats, Dr. Stewart also checks horses in and around York County.