Michael David Thomas, R.N., B.S., D.C.
Dr. Thomas was born in Lincoln, Nebraska. He graduated high school in 1975 in Dallas, Texas, and graduated as a Registered Nurse in 1980 in Gainesville, Florida. He worked as a critical care nurse in intensive care units and emergency rooms for over a decade. Dr. Thomas graduated with Research Honors from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1990. He served a one-year internship with Dr. Keith Denton in Monroe, Michigan. For over fifty years, the Monroe clinic has been the center of research and development for the NUCCA techniques that Dr. Thomas practices. Dr. Thomas was married for 23 years to Bonnie Jean Holland Thomas until she passed away in 2005. He has one son -John, five dogs and several chickens. Dr. Thomas married Alexis Paige Garland (now Thomas!) on March 14, 2009. They are deliriously happy!
Thomas Chiropractic Care
10252 S. Hwy 441 Suite 1
Belleview, Florida 34420-0748
Licensure currently held:
Doctor of Chiropractic
Florida # CH0006840
Oklahoma # 2588 (Inactive)
Florida # 1192632 (Inactive)
November 1994 – Present
Thomas Chiropractic Care
March 1993 – October 1994 Staff R.N., Marion Community Hospital, Cardiovascular
Intensive Care Unit
August 1991 – March 1993 Travel R.N. (CCRN) Various Assignments
November 1990 – August 1991 NUCCA Chiropractic Internship with Dr. Keith Denton
1980-1987 Registered Nurse working in various
Intensive Care Units and Emergency
July 1987 – October 1990 Palmer College of Chiropractic
Doctor of Chiropractic degree
Conferred October 1990 with Research Honors
Bachelor of Science degree in General Science with minor in
Psychology, conferred Oct. 1990
1985-1986 Course Study at Florida State University. Tallahassee, Florida
May 1978 – May 1982 Santa Fe Community College
Associate of Science in Nursing 1980
Associate of Arts 1982
1976-1977 Course study at University of Florida
1973-1975 Warren Travis White High School
High School Degree, Spring 1975
Upper Cervical Subluxation Complex: a review of the chiropractic and medical literature. Kirk Eriksen. Lipincott Williams & Wilkins. 2004.
Thomas, MD, Scholten JN. A shift in the prevailing winds. Upper Cervical Monograph, Sep 2004; 6(5):3-12, 51.
Thomas, MD. “A Brief Look at Biedermann et al., and the “Kiss” Syndrome.” Upper Cervical Monograph, Sep 2009; 7(2):23-27.
Thomas, MD. “The Things We Can’t Measure: a clincial look at the phenomenology of posture”. The Upper Cervical Monograph, preprint, November 2010. (8pp. placed on UCRF website and in The Monograph archives.)