Sylvia Deily, DC
Department of Biomedical Sciences
Dr. Sylvia Deily is an accomplished instructor and practitioner with a long-standing interest in health care. Prior to earning a doctor of chiropractic medicine degree from the Southern California University of Health Sciences in 2002, Dr. Sylvia Deily completed training in massage therapy at the Institute of Psycho-Structural Balancing.
In addition to her training in chiropractic medicine and massage, Deily completed an in-depth, two-year course of study in Traditional Chinese Medicine at Emperor’s College of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine. On top of her studies, Deily also served from 2004 to 2008 as an instructor and clinical supervisor within the doctoral program at Emperor’s College of Acupuncture of Oriental Medicine, where she developed and taught courses on musculoskeletal pain.
From 2003 to 2005, Deily also taught graduate-level coures in physical therapy at the Southern California University of Health Sciences. She has taught and co-taught numerous continuing education courses on pain and rehabilitation, and her work appears in the book, Rehabilitation of the Spine, A Practioner’s Manual, 2nd edition, wherein she coauthored two chapters on integrated approaches to treatment. Deily provides instruction on biomedical and functional medical assessments in integrative practice to doctoral students at AOMA.
Deily S, c. o. c. (2006). Integrated Approach to the Lumbar Spine; Integrated Approach to the Cervical Spine In C. Liebenson (Ed.), Rehabilitation of the Spine, A Practitioner’s Manual, 2nd edition Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.