Dr. April Hulley is originally from Fulda, Minnesota. She attended Saint Mary's University of Minnesota in Winona, Minnesota, and obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Biology. She was a member of the Academic National Honor Society and the Biology National Honor Society. Dr. Hulley furthered her education by attending National University of Health Sciences where she received her Bachelor of Science in Human Biology and her Doctor of Chiropractic degree.
Dr. Hulley was the recipient of several academic scholarships during her time at NUHS. During her time at NUHS, Dr. Hulley worked as a teacher's assistant for the Diagnosis and Emergency care departments. Dr. Hulley worked as an intern for the National Institute of Health funded stenosis research project. Dr. Hulley enjoys working with all patients, but has a special interest in senior citizen health and wellness.
Dr. Brent Hulley grew up in Egmondville Ontario and attended Huron Centennial Public School graduating in 1992. He then attended Seaforth & District High School where he received his OSSD and OAC. Dr. Hulley's post secondary education started at Lakehead University and after his second year he transferred to the University of Waterloo where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Honours Pre-Optometry/Pre-Health and a Biology Minor. From there, he attended National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, Illinois where he received a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology. He also obtained his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from National University of Health Sciences in 2007, graduating with Honours, Summa Cum Laude. Dr. Hulley spent one year as an associate professor at National University of Health Sciences teaching head & neck anatomy and human dissection. Also during this time, Dr. Hulley worked as a research clinician evaluating flexion/distraction's ability to treat lumbar spinal stenosis. This study was funded by the National Institute of Health.