Linda Mullin, D.C.
D.C. Doctor of Chiropractic
A native of Connecticut, Dr. Linda Mullin received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Eastern Connecticut State University and then obtained her chiropractic degree at Life University in 1992 (summa cum laude). In 1995, she achieved Diplomate status with the Gonstead Clinical Studies Society and went on to receive her Fellowship with this organization in 2007. She is soon to add to her accomplishments with a Diplomate in the Council of Chiropractic Pediatrics in the Academy of Chiropractic. She began her studies in Chiropractic Functional Neurology in 2013 and is board eligible.
As a full-time professor at Life University, she works in the didactic program as a lead instructor teaching chiropractic technique. She has lectured extensively for the ICPA both nationally and internationally for 11 years on the subject of The Challenged Child. Dr. Mullin is on the postgraduate faculty of four universities.
She maintained an active chiropractic practice in Georgia for 23 years, specializing in Chiropractic for the expecting mom. She is a published author and has had the opportunity to deliver numerous papers at research conferences with varied interests in Chiropractic and pregnancy.