Dr. Kryssa Cable

Education

CACCP, Certified by the Academy of Family Practice and Council on Chiropractic Pediatrics,  ICPA, 2011


DC, Cleveland Chiropractic College, 2007


MS, Biology, Wake Forest University, 2000


BS, Biology, Wake Forest University, 1996

Seminars

ICPA Pediatrics Series

SOT CranioOsteopathy

Total Body Modification

Network Spinal Discover, Transform, and Awaken

Biodynamic Resonance

Frequency Specific Microcurrent

Nasal Release Technique

Carrick Neurological Series

Stick Yoga

Upledger CranioSacral Therapy

Publications


K.A. (Cable), R.J. Spolski, E.J. See, and R.E. Kuhn.  2000.  Immune Destruction of Larval Taenia crassiceps in Mice.  Infection and Immunity, Vol. 68, No 5, p 2393-2401.
S.A. Toenjes, R.J. Spolski, K.A. (Cable), and R.E. Kuhn.  1999.  The Systemic Immune Response of BALB/c Mice Infected with Larval Taenia crassiceps is a Mixed Th1/Th2-type Response.
Parasitology. 0ct.,119, p413-418.
S.A. Toenjes, R.J. Spolski, K.A. (Cable), and R.E. Kuhn.  1999.  Gamma-delta T cells do not play a major role in controlling infection in experimental cysticercosis.  Parasitology.  June;118 p623-633.Seminars