Dr. Michael Longyear DC, DACNB, CCSP

Dr. Michael Longyear is the director of Chiropractic Neurology at the NeuroLIFE Institute with Life University.  A graduate of Parker University in Dallas, Texas he has dedicated his professional life to researching and learning all he can about the brain and nervous system and to develop non-invasive ways to treat conditions associated with it.  His passion lies in treating neurodevelopmental disorders as well as neuropsychological and sport related injuries.  In their spare time, he and his wife, Meaghan, donate their time and efforts with multiple pet organizations as well seniors and homeless shelters.  Having fought back from a month of paralysis, Dr. Longyear never accepted his new normal of being confined to a wheel chair and doesn’t believe that other patients should ever except their new normal either.  There is always improvement that can be made if you put in the work.


Dr. DYlan Saulsbery DC, DIBCN, DIBE

Dr. Dylan Saulsbery is one of the applied clinical neurologists at NeuroLIFE Institute. He discovered his passion for the brain and body at Penn State University, where he earned a bachelor of science degree in Kinesiology.  From there, he went on to earn a doctor of chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida.  Looking to further his understanding of how the nervous system functions, Dr. Saulsbery enrolled in two post-graduate programs and is now board certified in Chiropractic Neurology and Electrodiagnostic Medicine.  He is passionate about his work and continues to try and learn new ways to help his patients, but he still finds time to relax and have fun.  Growing up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, it is no surprise he is a huge Steelers and Penguins fan.  In his free time, he enjoys watching his teams play (and win championships).  He has always been very active and tries to stay that way by paddle boarding, hiking, and running trails as often as he can.  He is happiest when he is outdoors spending time with his family and friends.

Johari Sadler

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