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Dr. Moe Pisciottano has dedicated his career to the advancement of the
chiropractic profession as it relates to the overall health of and acceptance by the public. Following graduation from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1989, he initially worked and learned under the direction of Dr. Walter Vernon Pierce Sr., and quickly was charged with the operations and maintenance of his own full-time high-volume practice. In addition to raising sons Mike, Matt and Marc with his wife, Dr. Laurel Gretz; working in his practice; and the addition of an aggressive speaking schedule with David Singer Enterprises, Dr. Pisciottano eventually realized the necessity of standardization in the profession, which initiated the process of meeting the demand of technology in Chiropractic. He is president and CEO of the ProAdjuster Group and has introduced several adjusting instruments to the chiropractic profession.