Where We've Been

In 1995, Dr. Sheilagh Weymouth was elected into Who's Who Among Students in Universities & Colleges. She graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic in 1996, and is the proud recipient of her class of sixty (60) students Student Doctor Award. Dr. Weymouth also has a B.S. in Human Biology from Logan; holds Fellow status in the International Academy of Clinical Acupuncture; holds Advanced Certification in Brimhall Technique; and is certified in Applied Kinesiology. She has been in private practice since 1996, holds licenses for New York State, and is available for professional and lay lectures.

Dr. Weymouth's many post-graduate studies include Visceral Manipulation and CranioSacral Technique with the Upledger Institute, Body Integration with Dr. Rene Espy Thomas, Biological Medicine with Dr. Thomas Rau of Paracelsus Klinik of Switzerland, Endocrine and Gastrointestinal Functional Testing with Diagnos-Techs, Inc., Chiropractic Neurology with The Carrick Institute, and herbology with Theresa Boardwine, A.H.G, David Winston, A.H.G. and Donald R. Yance, C.N., M.H., A.H.G.

Dr. Weymouth is a member of The International College of Applied Kinesiology, The New York State Chiropractic Association, and The American Herbalists Guild.

Prior to becoming a doctor, Sheilagh was a professional actress for thirteen years, having graduated from The Neighborhood Playhouse School for the Theatre. It was her profound experience of health recovery from holistic primary care that led Sheilagh from her beloved acting career to her beloved doctoring that led her to add healing arts to her creative arts. Dr Weymouth has lived in Manhattan for over half her life, loves to travel, and has a very green thumb.

I have known Dr. Weymouth for over 15 years. During that time I have appreciated the honesty, wisdom and professional demeanor with which she conducts herself.

- Dr. Patrick D. Feder; Eureka, MO

Dr. Weymouth's work has had a tremendous impact on my overall health. I feel so much stronger, and my energy level has greatly improved.

- Ariel Belanger; Jacksonville, FL