Dr. Michael Pendleton
Owner / Director
Dr. Michael Pendleton is a licensed Chiropractic Physician serving the Albuquerque community since 1991. As a Chiropractor with over 25 years of experience, Dr. Pendleton is committed to promoting optimal neurological health and well-being of his patients. Dr. Pendleton's post-graduate credentials include obtaining a certification in sports injuries in 1992 (CCSP). He received Diplomate status with the American Chiropractic Neurology Board in 1996 (DACNB) and followed that with certification in Electrodiagnostics (EMG and NCV) in 2007. He received certification as an Advanced Practice Doctor of Chiropractic in 2009 (DC-APC). This allows him to administer vitamin, mineral, homeopathic, anesthetics and natural substances through oral, topical and injection techniques.
Dr. Pendleton finished a three year post-graduate program in traumatic brain injuries and rehabilitation. He obtained a Fellowship of the American Board of Brain Injury and Rehabilitation (FABBIR) from the American College of Functional Neurology on August 16, 2015.
Dr. Doug Meints
Brain Mapping / Biofeedback Director
Dr. Doug Meints grew up as a Navy junior, spending his early years in Japan and California and finishing high school just outside Tacoma, Washington. In 1973, he accepted a Presidential nomination to the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland and graduated four years later with a Bachelor of Science degree in oceanography.
Doug then attended Naval Flight Officer training, qualifying as a jet navigator. Between 1979 and 1983 he flew hundreds of hours from the decks of the aircraft carriers USS Constellation and USS Ranger with Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadron One. The missions took him from the eastern edge of the Soviet Union, south to Australia and as far west the African Coast and the Persian Gulf.
Leaving active military duty in 1984, he attended Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis, earning his Doctor of Chiropractic in December of 1987. He then spent the next 26 years in private practice near Philadelphia, PA. In 2004 he became one of the first chiropractors to measure the effect chiropractic has on human performance, brain function and stress.