The Sea Change wellness Family
St. Petersburg Chiropractors
On the Road to Chiropractic | Background & Education
Dr. Brian D. Brill
Brian D. Brill, D.C., is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. While studying to become a chiropractor, Dr. Brill mastered multiple chiropractic techniques and adjusting styles including Gonstead Diversified, Thompson, Activator, Flexion-Distraction and Pettibon.
Dr. Brill hails from Cambridge, Wisconsin. After graduating from Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology in 2003, Dr. Brill backpacked around Europe and into Africa for a few months, moved onto the mountains of Breckenridge, Colorado for a winter, relocated to Cape Cod, Chatham, Massachusetts to commercially fish on the Atlantic Ocean for one year before he continued onward to attend the highly reputable Palmer College of Chiropractic. In the United States, Palmer is to chiropractic as sterling is to silver. During the course of his chiropractic education, Dr. Brill served as Palmer’s head delegate to the World Congress of Chiropractic Students in Mexico City, Mexico in 2008. Also, while attending Palmer Chiropractic, Dr. Brian volunteered to participate in a clinic abroad program in Fiji where he provided chiropractic services to the underprivileged. He was awarded an internship at an established chiropractic wellness center for the final four months of his education.
Graduating Magna Cum Laude, Dr. Brian obtained his Doctor of Chiropractic degree in February of 2009. Immediately upon graduating, Dr. Brill accepted an Associate Doctor Chiropractor. He remained employed there until deciding to invest in himself and relocate to St. Petersburg and the Tampa Bay area in July of 2009 where he unveiled and launched Sea Change Wellness.
Dr. Michael “Kent” Garner
Michael “Kent” Garner, D.C., is a graduate of Life University College of Chiropractic in Marietta, Georgia. Since embarking on his journey to become a chiropractor, Dr. Garner has become highly skilled in various chiropractic techniques including Diversified, Thompson, Activator Methods and Flexion-Distraction, as well as IASTM and pin and stretch myofascial release, thus enabling him to achieve the best results for each patient.
Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, and spending his high school years Arkansas, Dr. Garner developed a strong affinity for the outdoors. After graduating high school, he moved to St. John, USVI where he acquired a love of rock climbing, surfing, snorkeling, scuba diving and travel while exploring the Caribbean Islands. Upon returning to the contiguous U.S., he attended the University of Central Arkansas where he attained a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology with the intention of attending chiropractic school. After carefully considering many different schools, he fell in love with Life University in Georgia and the endless adventures afforded by the Appalachians. His time there cultivated a strong love of mountain biking and, eventually, road cycling. While attending chiropractic school, Dr. Garner had the opportunity to participate in a clinic abroad program in Haiti providing chiropractic services to the underprivileged. Dr. Garner graduated cum laude and relocated to Florida, where he now resides in beautiful St. Petersburg. When not in the clinic, you can regularly find him cycling around St. Pete.
Daniel Kalman, Chiropractic Assistant
Daniel Kalman is a graduate of National University of Health Sciences, with a degree in chiropractic medicine.
Born in Youngstown, Ohio, Dan grew up with a passion for sports. His own experiences playing football, basketball, tennis, and other sports, created a desire to learn more about the musculoskeletal system. He found a passion for the science, diet and nutrition involved in achieving and maintaining body health that allows and encourages peak performance. Dan is an avid Cleveland sports fan, cheering on the Browns, Cavs and Indians every season. As a Florida resident, he now enjoys going to the beach and trying new places in the downtown Tampa and St. Pete areas.
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