Michael Longyear, D.C.

Investigating Neurological Interference

Investigating Neurological Interference
Bringing a Sense of Service to Research

Michael Longyear, DC, CCSP

Life University was founded on the value of Lasting Purpose – the aspiration to give, do, love and serve out of a sense of abundance. It is not so much that Life U inspires Lasting Purpose in its community members; rather, it is that Life U’s commitment to Lasting Purpose attracts people who are already living it. As with so many standouts at Life U, Dr. Longyear’s life was already filled with Lasting Purpose long before he ever arrived at Life University to serve as part of its NeuroLIFE Institute.

TCL is pleased to honor Dr. Longyear for the sense of service he brings to his work as a researcher in chiropractic neurology and his commitment to discovering and removing interference to the nervous system caused by such widely prevalent and devastating conditions as Alzheimer’s disease and the lingering deleterious effects of traumatic brain injury.


TCL: For which professional achievements will you most want to be remembered?

Longyear: Finding a cure for Alzheimer’s disease and eliminating the risks associated with concussions and limiting the symptoms associated with concussions and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).

TCL: What projects are you working on now (or have worked on recently) that you are most excited about and would like more people to know about?

Longyear: Currently working with the Life University research department on design of study to evaluate and treat early signs and symptoms associated with cognitive decline. This will be a pilot study to work on neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).

TCL: Is there anything else you’d like to share with us – something people may not know?

Longyear: My wife Meaghan and I volunteer our time off with Pets For Vets to pair veterans with companion animals as well as with the Neighbor Love organization visiting convalescence centers and helping senior citizens during the holidays.



TCL readers who are interested in learning more about Dr. Longyear and the work he’s doing that the NeuroLIFE Institute may visit www.neurolifeinstitute.com.

Dr. Longyear may be contacted directly by emailing Michael.Longyear@LIFE.edu.





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