Dorothy Anthony, DC, DACBN
Dorothy Anthony, DC, DACBNAssistant Professor / Coordinator, Allied Health Programs
Department or Division: Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Office Location: Kemmerer Center - Room 105
Phone Number:(570) 945-8416
What makes Keystone special to me?
"The fabulous people in the Keystone College community make Keystone special to me. The students, faculty, and staff are very friendly and helpful. I enjoy the personal contact I am able to have with each of my students. Keystone is a wonderful place to enjoy learning."
“I love teaching, learning and traveling. Being able to share that with students on a faculty led course abroad allows me to get to know my students in a way that is not possible in a traditional classroom. Keystone College gives us opportunities to enjoy learning in many different settings. Cultural immersion is so important to truly understand the complexities public health issues across the globe. The world is a much smaller place than it used to be and we need to experience life in different countries to grasp the importance of every individuals place in the collective health of the world.”
- Associate in Arts Degree, Maple Woods Community College - 197
- Diplomat National Board Chiropractic Examiners #10885 - 1978
- Doctor of Chiropractic Degree, Cleveland Chiropractic College - 1979
- Certified Clinical Nutritionist #3351 - 1999
- Diplomat American Clinical Board of Nutrition #108 - 2003
- PBHL 101 Intro to Public Health
- PBHL 301 Global Health
- FYS First Year Seminar
- BIOL 102 Human Health Issues
- BIOL 240 Bioethics
- BIOL 210 Nutrition
Research and Professional Publications
Contemporary Issues in Education Research
Exploration Of Healthy Eating Education And Consumption Of Various Foods Of College Students In A Small Liberal Arts College Patricia Miller, PhD, Dorothy J. Anthony, DC, DACBN, Karen Yarrish, PhD
Hawk, C. (2001). Prevalence of nonmusculoskeletal complaints in chiropractic practice: report from a practice-based research program. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, 24(3), 5534-545. (Acknowledgement of participation as a Researcher for Practice Based Research).
Hawk, C. (2000). Chiropractic care for patients aged 55 years and older: report from a practice-based research program. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 48(5), 534-535. (Acknowledgement of participation as a practice based researcher.) To read more click here