Tina McLeod, BS, MS, DC

Tina McLeod
Professor

Undergraduate courses taught: CAM 101, HED 303,  HLTH 101, HLTH 201, NAT 101, NAT 210, NAT 211, NAT 212, NAT 302, NAT 303, NAT 305, NAT 307, NUT 101, NUT 210, NUT 301, NUT 302, NUT 303, NUT 305, NUT 308, NUT 309, NUT 401, NUT 415, NUT 499

Graduate courses taught: CAP 501, HED 503, NAT 501, NAT 502, NAT 503, NAT 504, NUT 501, NUT 509, NUT 510, RES 501

Dr. Tina McLeod earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Education with an emphasis in Exercise Physiology and a minor in Health from the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater. She went on to Palmer College of Chiropractic where she earned her Doctorate in Chiropractic and a Master’s Degree in Nutrition and Human Performance from Logan University.

Dr. McLeod has been teaching for eight years at various universities in Wisconsin and around the country. Courses that she has taught include Anatomy and Physiology, Advanced Pathophysiology, Nutrition, Wellness, CPR and First Aid, Biology, Medical Terminology, and Animal Physiology. She also has taught continuing education courses for the Wisconsin Chiropractic Association.

Before teaching, Dr. McLeod was in private practice working with patients to achieve their health and wellness goals. Along with helping patients, she worked with clients as a personal trainer to help them meet their fitness goals.

Dr. McLeod’s hobbies include spending time with her husband, who is also a chiropractor, exercise, reading, and hanging out with family and friends.