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About Jeff Roderick

Jeff Roderick is a university educator and retired chiropractor who resides in Arizona, TX. After 16 years in the health care and medical field, Jeff Roderick now instructs and evaluates Grand Canyon University students in anatomy and physiology.

Mr. Roderick obtained his bachelor of science in Zoology and Anatomy in 1995. He went on to earn a Doctor of Chiropractic from Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, TX in 1998, from which he graduated magna cum laude. In 2015, Mr. Roderick returned to school to complete a master’s degree in Sports and Health Science from American Public University in West Virginia.

Prior to his current teaching position, Jeff Roderick was the owner of Roderick Chiropractic (now Madison Ridge Chiropractic) in Rexburg, Idaho for 16 years. As the primary chiropractor, he was responsible for overseeing nine employees: additional doctors, assistants and office managers. He also managed general operations for the company, including scheduling, payroll, and client billing.

Outside of work, Mr. Roderick enjoys playing golf and tennis, as well as spending time with his wife and children. He is passionate about his specialties – sports medicine and exercise science – and stays up-to-date on the latest news of the profession.

Work experience

Aug 2015Present

Adjunct Faculty Instructor

Grand Canyon University
Mar 1998Jun 2015


Madison Ridge Chiropractic


Apr 2015Feb 2016


American Public University
Sep 1995Sep 1998

Doctor of Chiropractic

Parker College of Chiropractic
May 1993Apr 1995

Bachelor of Science

Brigham Young University