Hey!! My name is Miravone, and I'm a
December 2010 graduate from the NUHS Doctor of Chiropractic
Program. After graduating, I'm continuing my education and pursuing
the Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine.
A quick synopsis: Born in France. Laotian heritage. Youngest of 7.
1st-generation college student. Raised partially in Whittier, CA
and Rockford, IL. Graduated with my Bachelor's in Biomedical
Science from NUHS December 2006. Married Ryan August 29th, 2009 -
an amazing man (a chiropractor, too!). Kids: 2 cats (Sampson &
Delilah) and 1 dog (Oliver). Hobbies: music, exercise, cooking, and
enjoying time with loved ones.
My decision to attend chiropractic school rather than medical
school involved multiple factors. I realized that I wanted to have
an opportunity to be more involved in the improvement of health
using less invasive therapies. During my journey and the
establishment of the naturopathic program at NUHS, I began to
ponder what type of practice I wanted. I realized that my passion
could be fully explored through integrating my love for both
chiropractic and naturopathic medicine.
Being trained by Dr. Thomas Solecki in clinic has prepared me to
be a better chiropractor than I could ever imagine utilizing
functional rehabilitation, soft tissue techniques, as well as
better manipulative techniques. The techniques I learned with him
had amazing results that were not just palliative but
Now that I am back to being a student again, it seems absolutely
surreal but exciting at the same time. I am going to be trained by
some of the best naturopathic physicians out there, utilize my love
for internal medicine and problem solving, and use my chiropractic
skills to completely manage a patient holistically. What could be
more exciting than that?
I'm just a normal girl with normal problems in a beautiful city
with big dreams and pretend invincibility (he he). My education has
always been my outlet, and my journey at NUHS has changed my life
(for better!). Thank you for joining me on my journey to becoming
the Poster Child for NUHS…just kidding. Email me if you have any