Ron LeFebvre, MA, DC, is a full professor in the Division of Clinical Education. He serves as the project manager directing the creation of protocols and care pathways for the UWS clinic system. Starting in 2004, he helped to design and implement a National Institutes of Health funded project with the goal of improving students’ skills at incorporating research evidence into everyday clinical practice. His major areas of expertise are in the diagnosis and treatment of spinal conditions and physical rehabilitation. In the area of rehabilitation, he has studied with Vladimir Janda and worked and collaborated with Craig Liebensen and Don Murphy. He has lectured extensively for Southern California University of Health Sciences and Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College as well as other chiropractic colleges and universities. His passion is aiding students in that very special transition into thinking and functioning as chiropractic physicians. His goal for graduates is to have excellent hands and excellent minds.
B.A., Loyola University, 1972
M.A., University of California at Los Angeles, 1973
D.C., Cleveland College of Chiropractic at Los Angeles, 1983