Q: Dr. Sheehan, I am currently a senior at Penn Manor High School. I am unsure as to where God will lead me to apply myself in my postsecondary journey, but I feel that becoming a chiropractic/holistic doctor, such as yourself, could be found somewhere in my future. Again, I stress that I am not positive that this would be my niche. Could you please provide me with any information, guidance or insight about pursuing a career similar to yours? Anything at all would be greatly appreciated. I hope to further research the education required, and the many possibilities in the meantime. Thank you for your time. Sincerely, Frank H.

A: There are different types of holistic health practitioners, and many career paths one could choose. I went to chiropractic school first, and then sought to continue my education with some of the great nutritional healers. I would be happy to discuss more with you. You might enjoy visiting the office, or simply call me at 717-392-6606 to arrange a time to meet or talk on the phone. I hope I can be of service to you.

Dr. Keith.

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