Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, Associate Professor of Clinical Sciences, Chiropractic, College of Chiropractic
D.C., Cleveland Chiropractic College, 1988
B.S., Nutrition from Park College, 1988
William Paterson College, 1982-1984
Office Location: Chiropractic College, Room 204
Telephone: (203) 576-4336
Fax: (203) 576-4351
Dr. Paul R. Sherman received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Nutrition from Park College in Parkville, Missouri and his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from Cleveland Chiropractic College Kansas City, Missouri. He also completed a one year clinical internship at the Cleveland Chiropractic Clinic and a one year clerkship with Michael Sherman, D.C. Dr. Paul Sherman has been with the University of Bridgeport since 1998.
Presently, Dr. Sherman is serving as Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Associate Professor of Clinical Sciences at the University of Bridgeport, College of Chiropractic in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Dr. Sherman has also served as the Interim Dean and Coordinator of Academic Affairs for the College of Chiropractic. In addition, he is a postgraduate faculty member for the University of Bridgeport, College of Chiropractic.
Dr. Sherman has been published and is an author, writer and instructor for ChiroCredit.com, a continuing education website for chiropractic. He is licensed to practice chiropractic by the Connecticut State Board of Chiropractic Examiners and the New Jersey State Board of Medical Examiners and was in private practice in New Jersey for 16 years.
Dr. Sherman earned the distinction of receiving the National Deans Certificate of Merit when he was a student at Cleveland Chiropractic College Kansas City, Missouri. In addition, he has earned postgraduate certificates in Scoliosis Determination Procedures, Interesting and Challenging Chiropractic Case Studies, Musculoskeletal Applications of MRI and Hospital Protocol. Dr. Sherman holds an active membership with the American Chiropractic Association.
TE613 Lab Technique Procedures I: Introduction to Full Spine Technique Laboratory
DX611Lab Diagnostic Skills I: Physical Examination: Laboratory
BP721 Documentation and Insurance Protocols (Billing and Coding) Lecture
BP813 Starting a Chiropractic Practice and Office Management Lecture
Adjustive Techniques, Physical Examination Skills, Business Procedures
Platform presentation accepted for ACC-RAC Conference March 2009, on AIR S & M:
Transforming PARTS into a Segmental Dysfunction Analysis System
Co-author on article published in the Journal of the American Chiropractic Association
(JACA), November 2008 titled AIR S & M: Transforming PARTS into a Systematic
Vertebral Subluxation/Joint Dysfunction Analysis Method
Co-author on article published in the Journal of Chiropractic Medicine (JCM),
September 2008 titled Should the Chiropractic Profession Embrace the Doctrine of
Abstract accepted for presentation at the 2008 International Research and Philosophy Symposium (IRAPS) on the campus of Sherman College of Chiropractic October 2008 titled AIR S & M: Transforming PARTS into a Systematic Vertebral Subluxation Analysis Method
Article published in the Journal of the American Chiropractic Association (JACA), May/June 2008 titled Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) Evaluation and Management by a Doctor of Chiropractic
Article published in The American Chiropractor March 2007 tilted A Case of RA/DISH
Co-author on Evidence Based Practice and Curriculum Development at UBCC, accepted by ACC-RAC Conference March 2007 Poster Presentation
Co-author on Organizing the Technique Curriculum A Case Report at UBCC, accepted by ACC-RAC Conference March 2007 Poster Presentation
Article published in Chiropractic Products December 2006 titled Handle with Care
Article published in the Journal of Chiropractic Economics March 2004 titled Appropriately Documenting Progress Notes and Its Benefits
Article posted on ChiropracticGateway.com titled Appropriately Documenting Progress Notes and Its Benefits February 2004
Article published in the Journal of the American Chiropractic Association (JACA), February 2004 titled Good Documentation Crucial