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Mr Mark Langweiler

Mr Mark Langweiler

Physiotherapy, Sports Rehab & Chiropractic

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I am currently the Clinic Director for the Student Chiropractic Clinic located at the Croydon Campus. Prior to that I was the education consult involved in designing the Integrated Masters in Chiropractic and then was the Course Director and Professional Lead for the chiropractic program. I am GCC registered and have over 35 years of clinical experience in four countries in solo and group practice. I was previously the director of medicine at Atlantic Hematology/Oncology Group in New Jersey, USA and was a member of the Bacharach Rehabilitation Hospital Chronic Pain department.

My current research interests include chiropractic education emphasising the international aspects, medical sociology examining the integration of CAM therapies into or in addition to biomedicine, and the relationship between fascia and function/pain.

Currently, developing a project with Keiser University Chiropractic Degree program West Palm Beach, Florida, on the potential for a shared international education using live and internet lectures.

I am a member of the Royal College of Chiropractors and have presented on various topics including Headaches: from the Common to the Obscure; Tai Chi Chuan for Rehabilitation and Research Updates in acupuncture.

Additionally, I am a member of the International Society for the Study of Traditional Asian Medicine where I presented at several meeting including session leader in Kiel, Germany and keynote speaker at the 2019 meeting in Puna, India.

I am on the accreditation committee for the Council for Chiropractic Education reviewing chiropractic programs for continued accreditation.

Postgraduate Research Supervision
Mr Claudio MerkierDoctoral Research ProjectDProf
Mr Olayinka Omotesho AwofoluDoctoral Research ProjectPhD
Claudio MerkierPhD

Awarded in the last 5 years
Epigeum Supervisory TrainingPhD
Kent StuberPhD
Bachelor of Arts

Rutgers University

New Brunswick, NJ, USA

Master of Science

University of Arkansas

Fayetteville, AR, USA

Doctor of Chiropractic (DC)

Cleveland Chiropractic College

Kansas City, Missouri, USA

Diplomate Chiropractic Orthopedics

National College of Chiropractic

Lombard, Illinois

Senior Lecture
University of South Wales

Module Lead

Providing lectures in clinical anatomy, neuroanatomy, clinical physiology, chiropractic techniques, and behaviour science and psychology.

International Admissions

University ethics committee

Clinical floor supervisor

Director of Integrative Medicine
Atlantic Hematology/Oncology Group

Managing all aspects of clinical oncological care.

Doctor of Chiropractic
Chiropractic Van Beelen, Oegstgeest, The Netherlands

Group practice, all aspects of chiropractic care,

Doctor of Chiropractic
Quiropractica Norteamericana, Valencia, Spain

Solo private practice, All aspects of clinical chiropractic care

FunderYear wonProjectRole
NESCOT2021HSC_Osteopathy Collaboration_NESCOTPrincipal Investigator
Royal College for Chiropractors
International Society for the Study of Traditional Asain Medicine
American Academy of Pain Management
Medical Paradigms

Dedicated to examining all aspects of healthcare and the integration of CAM with western biomedicine.

New Frontiers in Research Fund, Canada
European Council on Chiropractic Education
External examiner

Member of the accreditation committee reviewing education standards of chiropractic programs in Europe and related programs

Education standards and accreditation including academic and and clinical aspects.

May 2018
Anglo-European Chirorpactic College
External examiner

Reviewer for the new 2 year chiropractic degree program

All aspects of the new program

June 2017
September 2017
Keiser University Chiropractic Program, West Palm Beach, Florida, USA

Developing international chiropractic education criteria, feasibility study

December 2021
New Frontiers in Research Fund- Reviwer

Reviewing funding applications for Canadian government research funding.

Non-education public sector
June 2020
Prizes, awards, and accolades

Tutor of the Year (Jun 2014)

University of Glamorgan (now University of South Wales)

Awarded for teaching and service to students.

Filter publications

Evidence Based Medicine and the Potential for the Inclusion of Non-Biomedical Health Systems
Langweiler, M. (2021). Evidence Based Medicine and the Potential for the Inclusion of Non-Biomedical Health Systems. Frontiers in Sociology.